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.
The jury at the Jordan Johnson trial saw the end of the initial police interview video on Friday, (Feb. 22, 2013) in which Johnson said in tears, "I just want to be a normal kid again. I don't care about football right now."
Update: Friday morning, Feb. 22, the video from Jordan Johnson's first interview with the Missoula Police Department was reviewed further from where it was left off Thursday afternoon in Missoula District Court.
Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 13, it was defense attorney David Paoli's turn to cross examine the young woman who has accused suspended University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson with sexual intercourse without consent.
Below, find the email message sent Friday morning to students and faculty on the UM campus regarding the comments made by former Congressman and current Montana Regent Pat Williams about the Grizzly football program.