Recording

“Chiefs Receiver Tyreek Hill Faces Renewed Domestic-Abuse Probe After Disturbing Audio Recording,” The Wall Street Journal, April 27, 2019.  Troubling comment on recording.

Who recorded this conversation, and why didn’t the police and the prosecutors pay more attention to it?

Certainly, Information, but of what value, evidentiary or otherwise?  Are there rules against recording this? Is there a process (Governance) for the police to review such recordings?  And for the prosecutor to review it?  How should the team and the league react to unproven allegations?  Is this non-compliance with a league rule?

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