"Warren Milton "Butch" Williams" is a retired professional ice hockey player who played 108 games in the National Hockey League in 1974–76. He is the younger brother of former NHL player Tom Williams (ice hockey b. 1940)/Tommy Williams. He played for the California Golden Seals and St. Louis Blues and also represented the United States in the 1976 Canada Cup. Williams finished his major league career in 1977 with the Edmonton Oilers of the World Hockey Association and also played for Team USA at the 1977 Ice Hockey World Championship.

He and older brother Tom Williams (ice hockey b. 1940)/Tom Williams were the first American brothers to play in the NHL.

From 2010-2013 over the course of three seasons, Butch was the owner and general manager of the Duluth Clydesdales, a Junior A hockey club playing in the Superior International Junior Hockey League.

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I just felt as though the state needed to go ahead and test him to see if he really understands what's going on and to find out mentally where my client really is.

There's been a rush to judgment on all of these young men prior to any of the evidence coming out.

It's my understanding that allegedly she identified somebody. But when was the identification, and what were the circumstances?

I'm sure there are going to be some programs that are going to have to try to cut back on transportation or making trips. We hate this, but it's just a matter of economics.

It's very important that parents get involved if their children are involved in athletics, band, pep squad or something of that nature. It's very important for the parents to become involved because the fundraising activities and booster club activities are basically the way that most schools pay for those (transportation) expenses.

Once these young men are vindicated, I feel that a big apology from the community is in order.

What happens if the DNA comes back and it's none of these young men? How do you apologize to them? How do you make it right? How do you restore their character?

To drive a bus a mile, it costs us more than a dollar. That's a big increase - that's over a 100-percent increase from 45-cents to a dollar, but some neighboring parishes are going up as high as a dollar and a half.

It's something that we don't want to do. I know how that hits the schools. I was a principal for 25-years and I know that was always tough to send that check every month for transportation, but its just something that we have to do.