James Butler Pleads Not Guilty in Murder of Sam Kellerman

BY Editor ON October 22, 2004
PDFPrintE-mail

According to Associated Press  reports, boxer James Butler has pleaded not guilty to charges that he used a hammer to murder sportswriter, Sam Kellerman -- brother of boxing analyst, Max Kellerman.

James Butler, 31, was charged with murder and arson following his Wednesday arrest and was being held on $1.25 million bail, said Sandi Gibbons, the district attorney's spokeswoman.

Authorities believe Sam Kellerman was killed on Oct. 12, according to a statement from the district attorney.

Reports have described Butler and Sam Kellerman as friends. The boxer had been staying at Kellerman's apartment since late September.

A status hearing in Butler's case is scheduled for Oct. 28.

Latest Articles

dontbegrudgethompsonhisshotatortiz
gbpindcmarch5ortizvsthompsondueltopscard
romangonzalezvsmcwilliamsarroyoofficialforapril23rd
ripbenniegeorginolastoflasgoldenera
laheatgggoscarvaldezzurdoramirezandmore
andrewardvssullivanbarrerafinallyset
resultsfromtuesdayspbcboxingshowinbethlehempa
uruguayanboxingmournsthepassingofdogomarmartinez
thelackofheavyweightpride
literarynotesbattlingnelsonvsadwolgast

Latest Videos on BoxingChannel.tv

Facebook
Twitter
Subscribe to thesweetscience.com
Live Boxing Coverage
IBOFP

Who Win The Amir Khan vs Saul "Canelo" Alvarez Fight?

50.9%   (27)
49.1%   (26)
Loading...