ESPN’S Cossack Says Loomis in Most Danger if Allegations are True

May 4, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Three months after the New Orleans Saints became the nation's feel good story by winning the Super Bowl, federal authorities are investigating a serious accusation being made by the team's former security director Geoffrey Santini according to ESPN and The Times-Picayune.
Santini is a retired FBI agent who spent 31 years in the agency. He filed a civil lawsuit accusing the team of attempting to cover-up the theft of prescription painkillers from the team's drug locker. The lawsuit alleges that a senior staff member stole Vicodin pills while another was given an amount large enough to constitute abuse.
The suit did not name the staff members. However, according to The Associated Press, two sources with knowledge of the case said Saints' head coach Sean Payton was allegedly allowed to take a large amount of Vicodin from the team's supply and linebackers coach Joe Vitt allegedly stole the medication.
According to AP, the lawsuit details video surveillance of Vitt ...

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