Women to Testify in SMU Student's Drug Death

DALLAS
Published: January 4, 2009

Four former Southern Methodist University (SMU) students will testify against James McDaniel, the defendant in the fatal overdose death of a 21-year-old SMU student. McDaniel has been accused of offering women free drugs and alcohol, and using the date-rape drug, GHB.

The four women, who will testify anonymously, claim to have been drugged and raped by McDaniel. McDaniel is on trial after Meaghan Bosch died in 2007; an autopsy revealed cocaine, methamphetamine and oxycodone in her system.

McDaniel has pleaded not guilty to federal charges, including being a felon in possession of a firearm and running a drug distribution network that resulted in a death, according to The Dallas Morning News.

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