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A jury acquitted Green of aggravated kidnapping and object rape, both first-degree felonies, and another count of forcible sexual abuse, a second-degree felony, after more than 16 hours of deliberation in January. Included in that were runs of 34 and 25 yards before he capped a drive off with a four-yard touchdown run. U of U Health. Saved Searches. Create Listing. News Utah. There was an error processing your subscription.
Afghan leader orders probe of sex abuse on women's football team
Unless we do so, we risk creating yet another class of victims — the class of the falsely accused. By Jim Geraghty. The charges in this case got a ton of publicity — and helped get Art Briles fired — but it only took a jury 45 minutes to find this former Baylor football player not guilty of sexual assault. Afghanistan has made strides to promote female football and launched its first women's football league four years ago which ran in parallel with the men's, but in the female teams were sidelined by a lack of funding.
Great Clips of the Week. The judge said the majority of criminal defendants he sees come from broken homes, but Green is an exception. Read Today. The sixth determined that watching the sentencing would be too difficult, Walsh said.