Prosecutor wants rape case text messages sealed
MISSOULA (AP) — The Missoula County Attorney's Office says it's concerned a rape case against suspended Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson is becoming what it calls a "trial of the victim" and has requested that 36,000 text messages from the woman's phone be reviewed privately by the court.
The Missoulian reports (http://bit.ly/Pzpe0Z) that Assistant Chief Deputy County Attorney Suzy Boylan filed the motion Thursday. She also wants documents containing the text messages filed under seal.
Johnson has pleaded not guilty to sexual intercourse without consent. Prosecutors say he raped an ac...
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