Girl In A Coma, No-Billed By A Grand Jury
Kent Schaffer says two of the members appeared before a grand jury Friday, told their side of the story -- which involves some in-fighting between group members and participation by off-duty HPD cops working security -- and the case was dismissed.
"There were six different witnesses; some who knew who the band was and some who didn't," Schaffer says. "We also showed pictures of the bruises all over one of the girls, from head to toe pretty much."
Schaffer says the group is considering filing a civil suit against the club; he hopes they do.
"They're going to talk to a lawyer about whether or not they want to pursue civil action against the club," he says. "Personally I think they should, because I think the manager [of Chances] is a lying punk. Do you want me to repeat that so you can get it for attribution? I think the manager is a lying punk and they ought to sue."
Chances' manager disputed the group's version of events after the incident.
Schaffer said the proceedings had caused the group "a lot of money, a lot of stress, aggravation and embarrassment," so they will have to decide if "they really want to live with it for the next two-three years" by suing.