Super Bowl champion’s brother sentenced in killings of two girls

Marcus Randle El, a former University of Wisconsin soccer participant who performed for the Badgers from 2004 to 2007, was sentenced to 2 consecutive life sentences for the 2020 murders of two girls.

Randle El could possibly be eligible to hunt early launch even with that sentence.  

Rock County Judge Barbara McCrory mentioned Wednesday he will likely be eligible to petition for early launch and prolonged supervision after 60 years, in response to WISC-TV.

Marcus Randle El booking photo

Marcus Randle El was charged within the capturing deaths in February 2020. (Janesville Police Department)

In January, Randle El, 33, was convicted of two counts of first-degree murder and different costs within the February 2020 capturing deaths of 27-year-old Brittany McAdory and 30-year-old Seairaha Winchester in Janesville, Wisconsin.

Winchester’s mom, Justine Watson, took the stand after the sentencing listening to.

“To see my daughter laying there lifeless was heartbreaking,” Watson mentioned, by way of WKOW-TV. “What was even worse was realizing her daughters need to now undergo life with out their mom.”


A Wisconsin football helmet

A Wisconsin Badger helmet is held up earlier than kickoff throughout a recreation towards the Maryland Terrapins Nov. 5, 2022, at Barry Alvarez Field in Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wis. (Dan Sanger/Icon Sportswire by way of Getty Images)

Prosecutors argued that the previous broad receiver killed Winchester after suspecting she was informing police of his drug dealing and that he killed McAdory to get rid of her as a witness.

While there was no homicide weapon discovered, investigators mentioned they’ve surveillance footage and textual content messages linking him to the crimes. The protection argued that the state didn’t meet its burden of proof and known as simply two witnesses.

The former school soccer participant declined to testify in his personal protection.

Randle El is the brother of former Pittsburgh Steelers broad receiver and present Detroit Lions coach Antwaan Randle El.

Antwaan Randle El pass in Super Bowl

The Steelers’ Antwaan Randle El throws a fourth-quarter landing in Super Bowl XL towards the Seahawks at Ford Field Feb. 5, 2006, in Detroit.  (Allen Kee/NFLPhotoLibrary)

“This shouldn’t be who he’s or who we have now come to know,” Antwaan Randle El mentioned. “All I’m asking decide is to provide him (an) alternative.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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