Jury pool of 400 to be called for ex-QB's rape trial

2012-12-12T09:45:00Z 2014-10-03T14:28:04Z Jury pool of 400 to be called for ex-QB's rape trialBy Gwen Florio of the Missoulian missoulian.com

Four-hundred people will be called as potential jurors when former University of Montana Grizzlies quarterback Jordan Johnson goes on trial for rape, a Missoula County District Court judge said Tuesday.

The third-floor courtroom – the largest in the courthouse – where the jury pool will be questioned in February isn’t even big enough to hold them all. Because the city’s fire code limits the room to 155 people, it’s possible that jury selection could take two days, Judge Karen Townsend said.

Defense attorney Kirsten Pabst termed a 400-person jury pool excessive, “like other aspects of this case.”

But Assistant Chief Deputy County Attorney Suzy Boylan said that “it would be terrible for everyone, absolutely everyone, if we ran out of jurors.”

Johnson was charged with sexual intercourse without consent in July after a fellow UM student said he raped her as they watched a movie at her home in February. His trial is set for Feb. 8, 2013.

But Tuesday’s status hearing in the case made it clear that several contentious issues remain to be resolved before the trial. Johnson’s defense attorneys, Pabst and David Paoli, continue to seek additional text messages from the alleged victim’s phone, along with medical, counseling and school records dating to when she was 5 years old.

Last month, Townsend denied a defense request for all 29,000 text messages sent to and from the woman’s phone. Prosecutors redacted some of those messages, and Townsend’s order said that none of the redacted material would have proved useful to Johnson’s defense.

On Tuesday, Paoli said he wants additional texts because the woman apparently has been communicating by text with the lead detective in the case, as well as a staffer from the First Step sexual assault crisis center.

“So?” said Townsend. “So?” She suggested that if defense attorneys wants to see those messages, they file a new request.

As for the counseling and other records, Townsend told Paoli that the paperwork he’s filed so far doesn’t respond to the state’s claim that he’s not entitled to all of those records.

Paoli said that although the state has provided some of the woman’s records, he’ll file a new request this week for the additional records, including any records of counseling since the alleged assault.

Townsend also asked the defense about “a separate investigation going on involving the victim which the defense has entitled a threat investigation.”

That query triggered a brief, whispered conversation at the bench among the attorneys and the judge. After Tuesday’s hearing, both Boylan and Pabst said they could not comment on the matter.

Johnson did not attend Tuesday’s hearing because he was taking a final exam, Paoli said. Johnson and the woman continue to attend classes at the University of Montana, but remain under a civil protection order that keeps them from coming in contact with each other.

Missoulian reporter Gwen Florio can be reached at 523-5268, gwen.florio@missoulian.com, or @CopsAndCourts.

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  1. Bass Whacker
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    Bass Whacker - December 21, 2012 9:19 am
    A five-time false rape accuser charged in Billings. This can't be so, as women never make false rape claims.
    http://billingsgazette.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/woman-charged-with-making-false-rape-report/article_da8c1658-b68f-56c1-bd26-6f3fa7a08247.html

    Too bad Johnson didn't have this encounter on film.
  2. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 14, 2012 11:00 pm
    Truck(der) run along now, your tendency..oops I mean "tendancy"(not correct FYI) to post senseless blabber is becoming embarrassing...
  3. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 14, 2012 3:56 pm
    Love's Life, you're embarrassing and pathetic...run along now
  4. mbond55
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    mbond55 - December 14, 2012 1:43 pm
    This kid is a d-bag. He deserves no special treatment, and no one should have to waste their time in his jury selection.
  5. familytruckster
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    familytruckster - December 14, 2012 1:19 pm
    sickofwhiners-seems to be you doing all the whining. We see the world as we are...

    I notice you do not take responsibility either, but rather deflect and spout some more.

    Was "highschool" a typo? "Scarificial" obviously was, and I did look up "tendancies" and found it as acceptable spelling, before commenting . But thanks for enlightening me-from your viewpoint.

    You must be a delightful individual- sure you aren't a part of that horse you are riding?
  6. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 14, 2012 10:45 am
    Hey Truckster...You couldn't possibly teach me anything except how to spout off when you are incorrect...i.e."tendencies"...look it up, trying to teach you something familytruck(der)...or is it "scarificial" goat?? Hmm...seems you have it all figured out...The view from my high horse is delightful...
  7. Love's Life
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    Love's Life - December 14, 2012 10:31 am
    sickofwhiners I would suggest that you get some help for your anger issues as it can eat you up inside...and apprarently it is!! Seek out a good counselor...or maybe get a sponsor for your substane abuse. Do something soon...before it is too late!!
  8. familytruckster
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    familytruckster - December 14, 2012 12:43 am
    "Disparaging"-to correct my typo. Trying to teach you something, sicko(fwhiners).
  9. familytruckster
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    familytruckster - December 14, 2012 12:40 am
    Well, sickofwhiners, you are apparently "unintelligent" yourself. High school is written as two words, and "tendancies" is also a correct spelling that you missed.

    Get off your high horse. Others are able to comment without disapraging fellow posters- try to follow suit.
  10. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 13, 2012 6:23 pm
    Yes sir to that...they all think the media tried and convicted him through bias, yet they all want him exonerated through...ummm...their own opinions?? Ahhh, makes sense to me...(rolls eyes)
  11. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 13, 2012 6:19 pm
    You can't even spell INTELLIGENT, I don't expect you to comprehend any...Your post was absolutely ridiculous, and even more so after reading it again. You lack the capacity to form a post that isnt of highschool tendencies and thinking...Oh poor player being picked on mentality...get real.
  12. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 13, 2012 6:15 pm
    Lets hope you arent either...watching a movie doesnt constitute an obligation for sex, so your bias is readily evident as well, pot meet kettle.
  13. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 13, 2012 6:14 pm
    Nope, no nerve just sick of people like you acting like you were in the room that night and "KNOW" it wasnt rape.
  14. Bass Whacker
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    Bass Whacker - December 13, 2012 3:39 pm
    As for Florio "fairness", google her name, then add Denver Post and Rocky Mountain News. You'll find an article where she tells a bio reporter her greatest thrill is not getting a story right or being fair but being "first" to break the story. That alone should have every editor at any paper she works shuddering. You'll also find out she missed out on breaking the Colorado Buffalo football scandal of providing female "companions" to prospective recruits. Knowledge of the author can be just as important as what's written in the column before deciding issues of bias and fairness. In this case, those who see a smear campaign do so rightly with eyes open. And you don't see these same people lining up in favor of Donaldson, which negates your entire premise against those who see this for the travesty it is, to both Johnson and accuser.

    And try this on for size: Suppose a guy who has been hounding and pursuing the Lady Griz starting point guard, publicly and drunkenly stating he would like to do her anytime, anywhere, picks her up at her apartment knowing she had been drinking, takes her to his apartment, then into his room, is the admitted aggressor in foreplay and in removing some her clothes, and then has sex with her but thinks he may have been raped because he claims at some point he changed his mind and said stop but she wouldn't. No one would believe the guy was raped under this scenario. But nobody would have any trouble believing the Lady Griz player if she said she said "no" and the infatuated guy wouldn't stop. Common sense tells you why this is so, unless you have no common sense.
    Mr. Johnson is paying the price for giving in to the desires of an overly infatuated girl, whose fantasy did not end with the encounter being a one-night stand. That's the story here.
  15. familytruckster
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    familytruckster - December 13, 2012 12:59 pm
    sickofwhiners: I, for one, do not blindly support the Griz. I had season tickets which I relinquished this year because of disgust with the football culture at UM. However, any review of the objective evidence, as protrayed by the legal documents submitted before the court in this case, paints a picture of a sexual encounter that does not rise to the level of rape.

    Your comments are full of vitriol and anger, and obfuscate the points you are trying to make, which is unfortunate. Something must be striking a nerve with you.

    In any case, regret is not the same as rape.
  16. Love's Life
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    Love's Life - December 13, 2012 12:03 pm
    really..is that all you got? Why don't you try posting something halfway intellegent? I won't hold my breath though.
  17. dave ajou
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    dave ajou - December 13, 2012 8:30 am
    Nice. Play the homeless guy card. I doubt that anybody would be calling for the head of the transient, if he had previously been dating the accuser and they already had an intimate relationship. The consensus is even less likely considering that the transient watched a movie with the accuser and was given a ride home by the accuser. But your bias is readily apparent. Athlete=guilty, transient=innocent victim. Let's hope you aren't in the jury pool.
  18. Bittersweet
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    Bittersweet - December 12, 2012 9:44 pm
    I think "lack thereof" is what has most of us voicing opinions in one direction or another. I do not agree that Florio's so called "reporting" hasn't been extremely biased. (understatement) Again and again I have stood back and tried to view this with an open mind, as maybe a reporter should as well. Her choice of words in many of the articles regarding this case, especially the ones early on reek of "Johnson is guilty, deal with it." That's just the way I see it. As I have mentioned many times, all I know of this case is what I have read here and I do hope justice is served, whatever that may be. It will be a stressful time for Gwen as the trial nears an end and the jury deliberates, it was quite clear from the beginning who she was/is rooting for. The story she will need to write in the aftermath very well may be the hardest one she has ever had to write in her career to date. Or maybe it will be the most celebratory. Only time will tell.
  19. Bandit218
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    Bandit218 - December 12, 2012 8:33 pm
    It seems to me that there are a whole bunch of idiots who think that they have heard all the evidence through the media and know for FACT this didn't happen. I mean if we ran a justice system like some on this board would like, JJ would not be guilty, own the city of Missoula, and have this women publicly stoned. I can only assume that this is the exact reason a lot of rape victims don't come forward. I mean think about it, there's always a first time for everything.
  20. libertarian
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    libertarian - December 12, 2012 8:21 pm
    The Jury will decide this case based on law and fact and vote according to conscience. Juries don't have to follow the judge's instructions, nor can juries be punished for their actions.
  21. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 12, 2012 8:12 pm
    Really?? Cry about bias some more...blame the paper and reporters, that makes sense. Dont blame your beloved player, OH NO!!
  22. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 12, 2012 8:09 pm
    Yes, agreed. All these jock sniffer fans have lost any sort of common sense or rationale whatsoever. Can't be their prized football player, OH NO!! Yet, if it were a homeless guy accused in the same set of circumstances, then hang 'em I bet would be the consensus. These people saying its media biased against the defendant are imbeciles. Yep, I am sure the Missoulian's and Florio's agenda is personal against UM Football...shut it with that garbage. You want your beloved Griz fball players to get all the headlines and praise when they do good on the field, yet want it hushed when they mess up off the field. Sounds biased to me...The Missoulian and FLorio should only print and report the good stuff period, I guess. News to all of you, if you and they want the spotlight for the Griz ballers for being community role models for doing good on a field, theyre going to be exposed for bad stuff up as well...fair is fair..
  23. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 12, 2012 8:07 pm
    This is the dumbest thing I have read to date
  24. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 12, 2012 7:53 pm
    agreed in full
  25. sickofwhiners
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    sickofwhiners - December 12, 2012 7:50 pm
    Hard to believe any intelligent person would spew such idiocracy as this, so I guess you are NOT.
  26. Love's Life
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    Love's Life - December 12, 2012 5:49 pm
    You are not unbiased at all max_raa and him being charged is not a problem if the evidence supported it..remember...innocent until proven guilty. Read the charging documents..and don't you think bringing on 5 prosecutors is over kill????? Honestly admit it that you think he did it, without any evidence.
  27. Alan Johnson
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    Alan Johnson - December 12, 2012 4:24 pm
    Blame the voters. We elect district judges. Most voters think that a prosecutor will be more to their liking on the bench. Unless it's a popular football player, few people care to have a judge who might be friendly to criminal. Three of Missoula's four district judges spent their careers as prosecutors.
    But I've found that a judge's background is not really a predictor of how a judge will respect the rights of the accused on the bench. Being a judge is a completely different job. My experience is that most of the judges are very good at being a judge. There's a lot more to the job than what people see in the few criminal cases that get a lot of publicity.

    At trial, it is the jury that decides not guilty or guilty. The judge's role is more like traffic cop for the evidence. She makes sure the attorneys are following the rules. This is the largest jury pool I've ever seen in this county. It seems the judge is going the extra mile to be sure a fair jury, untainted by publicity or prejudgments, is seated in this case.
  28. Love's Life
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    Love's Life - December 12, 2012 4:13 pm
    In this country you are suppose to be innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. It has very little to do with football (except that he had a promising future in it and that has been taken away even before he has had a chance to defend himself), it has more to do with how this will affect his whole life. The media has turned this into a 3 ring circus BECAUSE he was a Montana Grizzly football player...period! There are much worse crimes in this town that we do not even hear about or that we hear very little of. Just look at what the prosecutors office is doing...5 prosecutors to make sure they do everything in their power to hang this young man. In reading the charging documents my best guess is this sounds like a scorned women. If in fact it is, she should be ashamed of herself too. (i said if!!)
  29. Alan Johnson
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    Alan Johnson - December 12, 2012 4:09 pm
    You are seriously facts or even lack thereof will keep most of the people to make an argument!

    I agree with you, but see some humor. What's ironic is a lot of these people comment here frequently. When it's anyone else charged with a crime, they would prefer summary punishment to a trial. But if the guy is a popular football player, then the alleged victime is a liar per se. The Missoulian does not have a bias. It isn't out to destroy the football program. That would be counter-productive because the Missoulian spends most of it's space idolizing the Grizzlies. But those who hate the Missoulian (and ironically comment frequently anyway at its web site) are not inclined toward reason. The best thing is to not take them so seriously.
  30. Bittersweet
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    Bittersweet - December 12, 2012 3:58 pm
    maxraa said "I have read ALL of the Missoulian's coverage of this story, and have not seen even ONE instance where the paper has been unfair and biased against the alleged perpetrator"

    ............

    I'm speachless. That's all.
  31. Bass Whacker
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    Bass Whacker - December 12, 2012 3:49 pm
    Denial is not just a river in Egypt, and blinders are not just on race horses. You can cherry pick figures on the incidence of false rape, using whatever criteria you wish to dismiss those studies showing the figures at or exceeding 50%.

    One, using actual reported case files and independently confirming the victims' recanted accusations (to support the conclusion the accusation was false) was by Kanin, who found that a 41% false accusation rate was even closer to 50% on college campuses:

    "In 1994, Dr. Eugene J. Kanin of Purdue University investigated the incidences of false rape allegations made to the police in one small urban community between 1978 and 1987. He states that unlike those in many larger jurisdictions, this police department had the resources to "seriously record and pursue to closure all rape complaints, regardless of their merits." He further states each investigation "always involves a serious offer to polygraph the complainants and the suspects" and "the complainant must admit that no rape had occurred. She is the sole agent who can say that the rape charge is false." The number of false rape allegations in the studied period was 45; this was 41% of the 109 total complaints filed in this period.[9] The researchers verified, whenever possible, for all of the complainants who recanted their allegations, that their new account of the events matched the accused's version of events."

    IT WAS ONLY COUNTED AS FALSE IF THE VICTIM SAID IT WAS FALSE!

    How many of these studied cases ended with a conviction where the victim didn't admit the accusationwas false? We know from the FBI and DNA testing the rate of false conviction is uniformly about 20%.

    Overall, here, what the commentors are saying is that with the prosecution's (victim's) best evidence broadcast through the Missoulian, even the darkest of manhaters has to agree her story doesn''t hold water--that's why the CA intitially declined to prosecute. The evidence didn't get any better over time, the heat from the Feds just got hotter. I'll meet you half way: Johnson's not a sacrificial goat, he's a sacrificial lamb.
  32. max_raa
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    max_raa - December 12, 2012 3:35 pm
    So now we have people that are blaming the reporters for reporting about sexual assault. This is utter insanity. We DO NOT live in the 50's anymore. I hope you notice that very soon, for your sake.
  33. max_raa
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    max_raa - December 12, 2012 3:24 pm
    If he raped her, which is a possibility according to the court, then why is it a travesty that he's being charged? Since you have proof that he didn't do it, maybe you should present this evidence to the court... or at least to those of us who remain unbiased and skeptical... please enlighten me.
  34. max_raa
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    max_raa - December 12, 2012 3:16 pm
    DO enlighten me, please. I have read ALL of the Missoulian's coverage of this story, and have not seen even ONE instance where the paper has been unfair and biased against the alleged perpetrator; in fact, I would say almost the opposite is true. What I have seen a LOT of though are ridiculous comments that accuse the media and the alleged victim of purposely ruining this "poor" guy's football career, while basically declaring "JJ" innocent of all charges before any trial has even taken place.

    My question to all of those who are declaring "JJ" innocent is whether or not they can back up their comments with proof that the media (specifically Gwen Florio) is biased, the girl is falsely reporting a crime, and that the alleged perpetrator is nothing more than a "sacrificial goat," not to be scrutinized or held responsible for very serious accusations against him. If not, then maybe all of the biased commentators below should just concede that they are merely throwing out ridiculous speculations when they have nothing but hazy facts, while simultaneously ignoring the fact that, according to the FBI, less than 8% of rape reports are "unfounded*." According to the DOJ, this is exactly the kind of response to rape accusations that brought them here to investigate in the first place. They feel like Missoulians blame the victim for even filing a report, and always let the alleged perpetrator off the hook before any facts are even looked at. I'll rest easy knowing that none of you idiots will be in the jury in February...

    *(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_accusation_of_rape#cite_note-2)

  35. MommaBear
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    MommaBear - December 12, 2012 3:10 pm
    Wow, I agree with all the comments! I'm glad to see Missoulians are thinking for themselves. I've noticed how one-sided the reporting is on this case, and I am curious as to why that is. The Missoulian seems over-anxious to print sexual assault convictions/allegations, especially concerning the university. One would think they would understand the delicacy of word choices and reporting bias. Have any of the reporters been suspended for questionable sexual behavior? Hmmm.... I will refrain from further comment, but please Missoulian... remember there are people lives and reputations at stake and we all know the saying about throwing stones at glass houses...
  36. montanamuralist
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    montanamuralist - December 12, 2012 8:27 am
    Life long prosecutor as a judge...how come we never see any life long defense attorneys elevated to District Court judge??? This trial will be about as fair as Florio's biased reporting.
  37. Still Here
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    Still Here - December 12, 2012 7:48 am
    Where is the responsibility of the media in this. I believe in the freedom of speech but J.J. has been convicted in the Missoulian and the other media outlets in this area. This whole case is a travesty of fair, responsible reporting and journalism.
  38. lakeguy406
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    lakeguy406 - December 12, 2012 6:55 am
    I believe counter suits SHOULD be allowed. It might cut back on frivolous law suits that ruin peoples lives. A monetary recourse IS in order. But, i am not sure if Missoula County prosecutors should pay or the so-called "victim" in the case. Just because of poor job performance by our county, the rest of the Missoulians should not have to pay for YOUR follies with the DOJ. Due to the county's poor operations. All this over some season football tickets.
  39. CJ-Montana
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    CJ-Montana - December 11, 2012 10:41 pm
    Familytruckers hits it on the head with Jordy being a sacrificial goat. Let us hope that the Missoulian Editors at least can find a non-biased reporter to cover this travesty of a trial. We all know that Florio is incapable of being an impartial reporter.
  40. Love's Life
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    Love's Life - December 11, 2012 8:46 pm
    I agree with familytruckster as well, sacraficial goat about covers it. Jurys are unpredictable..as seen with the Casey Anthony case. This does not look good for the young lady that has accused Johnson, I hope she will come to her senses soon if in fact this is what it appears (hard feelings) because if in fact she is falsely accusing him then she will live with that guilt for the rest of her life.
  41. Roger
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    Roger - December 11, 2012 4:29 pm
    I don't see how any honest, objective jury can convict him - it's a travesty that he was even charged. Familytruckster is right - Johnson is a sacrificial goat.
  42. hellgatenights
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    hellgatenights - December 11, 2012 4:27 pm
    jordy won't be playing football here, unless we get lucky and the new loser coach hits the road. You see.....the nice man has a job only because of the dereliction of leadership and vindictive nature of the spineless morons that we pay to warm the seats.

    Coach Daley has to avoid any and all connections to the ugly past.....and jordy is right in the middle of it.

    Prediction: Another sub 500 season for the grizz followed my terrible recruiting (top players will not come here). Let's hope that most importantly, our women and girls here can feel safe here and the real assaults diminish.
  43. Dub
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    Dub - December 11, 2012 3:18 pm
    Our county attorney's office failed the tax payers again--when is enough, enough??
  44. Bittersweet
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    Bittersweet - December 11, 2012 3:04 pm
    This will be an interesting one. I am most curious which reporters will be relaying the news from the court room and if it reported in an unbiased fashion. I am really waiting to hear what the prosecution has that we are not aware of? If this is pretty much all they have, this is an extremely hard conviction to get and it is a possibility I believe Johnson will be playing football at the UofM next season.
  45. familytruckster
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    familytruckster - December 11, 2012 1:41 pm
    As an aluma of U of M, a mother of 2 daughters, and a taxpaying Montana citizen, I am pretty disgusted with the shenanigans and poor decision making/leadership at UM lately. However, I cannot help but think that this kid is a scarificial goat.
  46. hellgatenights
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    hellgatenights - December 11, 2012 1:27 pm
    Soooo......when the jury finds Jordy "Not Guilty," can he come back and sue the girl, Pencil neck Engstrom, and drama queen Florio? Can he get his starting QB job back, NO. Can he get his life back.......YES.......YEARS from now.

    No......when he is found not guilty his family will be sitting on $100k in legal bills and NO recourse.

    It's a beautiful thing when morons lawyers at the County attorney's office pick a fight with a kid
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