Report: LeSean McCoy’s meeting with District Attorney Canceled

LeSean McCoy

Bills running back LeSean McCoy’s scheduled meeting on Tuesday with Philadelphia District Attorney Seth Williams has been canceled Mark Schwarz of ESPN reports., which first reported the cancellation of the meeting, reported that McCoy’s representatives weren’t happy that the scheduled meeting had been leaked to the media.

Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police president John McNesby, told by that the meeting was canceled, said: “If that’s not special treatment, what is?”

“To have a DA personally meet with a potential defendant or his lawyer before being charged is bizarre,” McNesby told

Schwarz reported earlier Tuesday that the district attorney’s office did not anticipate a decision Tuesday on potential charges for McCoy.

The Philadelphia police department confirmed Feb. 9, after turning over the case to the district attorney’s office, that they did not interview McCoy or the three other suspects in a Feb. 7 bar fight that led to two off-duty police officers being treated for injuries.

Fortunato “Fred” Perri, the attorney for Philadelphia police officer Darnell Jessie, told ESPN’s John Barr this week that, “the evidence clearly shows that the off-duty officers were the victims of a violent assault and suffered serious, permanent injuries,” adding that Jessie suffered “scarring” and is being treated by a neurologist.

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