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"Fellow student Marissa Glines, caught with pills in her pocket, accused [Savana] Redding of supplying them.  Asked where the blue pill among several white pills in Glines's pocket came from, Glines answered: 'I guess it slipped in when she gave me the IBU 400s.'  Asked next 'who is she?', Glines responded: 'Savana Redding.'" 

"[N]o followup questions were asked.  Wilson did not test Glines's accusation for veracity by asking Glines when did Redding give her the pills, where, for what purpose.  Any reasonable search for the pills would have ended when inspection of Redding's backpack and jacket pockets yielded nothing."