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Defense attorney Mark Scruggs did not respond to a request to comment. He was quoted by The Tennessean newspaper as saying that Banks was "shocked but understands that this is only the first part of this process. There's a lot more to do from here on." Teammates Brandon Vandenburg and Cory Batey, two of the four former Vanderbilt football players charged in the case along with Banks, were found guilty when tried together in January 2015 but a mistrial was declared. Batey was later retried, convicted and sentenced to 15 years in prison. Vandenburg was found guilty in June 2016 and sentenced to 17 years in prison. A fourth player, Jaborian “Tip” McKenzie, who testified against his three teammates, has yet to stand trial in the case. The players used cell phones to record their crimes, and those videos - shown to the jurors in all the trials – played crucial roles in the prosecution’s case. Vandenburg and the victim, who had been dating, met for drinks at a bar popular with Vanderbilt students. Both had been drinking prior to meeting, according to testimony.
A recent issue of Men’s Health caught my eye with a catchy headline: “Sleep With Any Woman.” The subhead added a key qualifier: “Yes, sleep. As in hibernate. (What were you thinking?) Learn to stack easy Zs, and wake up refreshed.” And now that I’ve caught your eye, I’m here to tell you that this Men’s Health article had good news for the bedding industry, offering several mattress tips. This is highly unusual. Many stories on sleep in the mainstream press somehow fail to mention mattresses at all — a major fail, in my book. The article identifies several problems that occur when men sleep with women, including snoring and moving around, and includes the sobering statistic that about one in four American couples sleep in separate beds because they can’t actually get any sleep together. That statistic presents a world of opportunity for the mattress industry, because separate beds mean more bedding sales. It’s a well-known fact that consumers aren’t as discriminating about their guests beds as they are about their own beds, and if that separate bed sought out by a snoring-crazed spouse is a guest bed, it might be in serious need of an upgrade. Savvy retail sales associates can use this situation to their advantage, gently inquiring about sleeping issues that may be bedeviling consumers, and then noting that it is not uncommon for couples to experience issues when they sleep together.
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