Derrick Miller Breaks His Silence: Talks Of Kilpatrick, Ferguson, His Own Role
CBS DETROIT – Derrick Miller, the star witness who helped the government bring down former mayor Kwame Kilpatrick and his scandalous administration, breaks his silence and talks exclusively to Carol Cain for a riveting “Michigan Matters” that airs this Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on CBS 62.
Miller, former chief operating officer and best friend to Kilpatrick, talked about his part in the scandal that ended with 34 convictions and sent 17 people to prison.
Miller was sentenced in late May to 12 months in a halfway house, and given 100 years to pay back $240,858 in restitution in taxes to the IRS on Thursday by U.S. District Judge Nancy Edmunds.
Miller, who admitted to wrongdoing, tells Cain about his last conversation with Kilpatrick, who is serving a 28-year sentence for his role in the pay for play scheme.
Miller talks about his time in the administration, his life since leaving city hall and his future.
Miller also has a message for the citizens of Detroit.
Find out more by watching: Michigan Matters Sundays at 11:30 am on CBS 62.