Sentenced killer Alex Murdaugh presently faces addressing in the unfair demise instance of Mallory Ocean side, a 19-year-close buddy of his child Paul Murdaugh who passed on board the Murdaugh family’s boat while Paul was driving in 2019.
An adjudicator on Monday requested the South Carolina Branch of Remedies (SCDC) “to make Respondent Alex Murdaugh accessible for a statement” in the Ocean side case.
A preliminary date in the family’s unfair passing claim against the Murdaughs, a once noticeable and powerful legitimate tradition, is set for Aug. 14, around four years after Ocean side’s family recorded the situation against the Murdaugh family in 2019.
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The claim originates from the night of Feb. 23, 2019, when Paul Murdaugh took five of his companions out on his family’s boat for a ride along the South Carolina coast.
He used his older brother Buster’s ID to purchase alcohol at Parker’s Kitchen convenience store, which is also named in the suit, for the group before they went on an excursion that turned deadly.
Despite his friend’s pleas to stop driving, the visibly inebriated Paul continued, eventually crashing into Archers Creek Bridge in Beaufort, leaving several passengers injured.
Beach, who was in the rear of the boat, was thrown into the water in the crash and went missing. Boaters found her lifeless body near the crash site more than a week later.
“We’re hopeful that the attorney general’s office will continue to investigate the investigators involved in … the boat crash. We think that there were a number of things that happened there that are worthy of prosecution,” he said.
Tinsley testified during Alex’s double murder trial that Paul used his family’s legal prestige in the South Carolina Lowcountry to get preferential treatment after the crash.