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D O J Investigation Targets University of Montana Office of Public Safety – County Attorney Could Face Litigation [AUDIO]

At the Thursday, May 9 press conference featuring Assistant Attorney General, Civil Rights Division's Roy Austin, U. S. Attorney for Montana Mike Cotter and University of Montana President Royce Engstrom, steps to address the problem of sexual assault were spelled out.

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Mark Muir Reflects on One Year Anniversary
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Missoula Police Chief Reflects on One-Year Anniversary of Justice Department Investigation [AUDIO]

On May 1, 2012, Thomas Perez with the U. S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division held a news conference to announce an investigation into sexual assaults on the UM campus and in the city of Missoula.

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Missoula City Councilor Explains “Healthy Relationships Coordinator” Position [AUDIO]

Health Relationships Coordinator position proposed for Missoula.

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Jordan Johnson Found Not Guilty – Hear Post-Trial Interviews With Jim O’Day, David Paoli, Kirsten Pabst and Witness Mike McGowan

 

THE VERDICT

The jury of seven women and five men took just a few hours to decide that Jordan Johnson was not guilty of sexually assaulting a fellow University of Montana student on the night of Feb. 4, 2012 as the two watched a movie at her house.

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Jordan Johnson Testifies in Court Regarding Night of Alleged Rape — Explains Details of Sexual Encounter [VIDEO + AUDIO]

Jordan Johnson continued the testimony he began Tuesday in Missoula Dstrict Court today, Feb. 27, telling his side of the story regarding a relationship, and subsequent sexual encounter, he had with a fellow University of Montana student who said he raped her Feb. 4, 2012.

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Former University of Montana Quarterback Jordan Johnson Takes the Stand at His Rape Trial in Missoula [AUDIO]

Former University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson took the stand Monday, Feb. 25, afternoon after the prosecution wrapped up its case to convince the jury that he was guilty of sexual intercourse without consent.

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Ted Harriton Testifies in Jordan Johnson rape trial
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Expert Witness Says No Medical Evidence That Sex Was Non-Consensual + Exam of Alleged Victim Done “Below the Standard of Care” in Jordan Johnson Rape Case

A forensic gynecologist told those in Missoula District Court on Friday, Feb. 22, that after reviewing materials in the Jordan Johnson rape trial, he not only found no evidence that the sexual intercourse between Johnson and his accuser was non-consensual, but he also found that the medical exam done on the woman was "below the standard of care."

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2nd Annual State of The Community Event is Thursday Night at The University of Montana [AUDIO]

Thursday night at 7 p.m. representatives of the city and county, along with the University of Montana will present a forum on the State of the Community.

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Jordan Johnson Trial
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University of Montana Dean Testifies Woman Was “Absolute Wreck” After Seeing Jordan Johnson for the First Time After the Night She Alleges He Raped Her

Lori Morin, the assistant dean of student affairs at the School of Pharmacy at the University of Montana, said that the alleged victim came to her about a month after the night she has accused suspended Grizzlies quarterback Jordan Johnson of raping her after seeing him for the first time since that night and was sobbing and hugging on to her.

"She was an absolute wreck," Morin said. "She was terrified."

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Alleged Victim Told O’Day She Didn’t Think Jordan Johnson Thought He Did Anything Wrong + Friend Says Woman Hasn’t Been Herself Since

Brian O'Day took the stand first in this morning, Feb. 15, as a witness in the sexual assault trail for suspended University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson and discussed talking with the alleged victim the night in question, as well as over the days that followed.

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