Blades charged with manslaughter in cousin's shooting death

August 1995
Jet;8/7/95, Vol. 88 Issue 13, p47
Reports on the manslaughter charges against Seattle Seahawks receiver Brian Blades in the shooting death of his cousin Charles Blades in Plantation, Florida. Account of the case.


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