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Former MSU football player Ili convicted of lesser charge

May 2, 2014

A jury has convicted former Minot State University football player Jesse Ili of assault, a Class A misdemeanor, rather than aggravated assault, a Class C felony, which was his primary charge....

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Sickworld

May-03-14 3:46 PM

This thug should have stayed in California and taken care of his responsibilities (two young children), which are most likely, I'm guessing, welfare babies! Then none of this would have happened in the first place!

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EarlyBird

May-03-14 12:08 PM

MSU... so what charges were brought against the police if you know so much?

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73Hockey

May-03-14 11:21 AM

Well MSU, charged, jury trial, guilty. Even though he was charged with a lesser crime, it still equals a crime and jail time. Your little angel football player is going to jail.

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MarkHighwater

May-03-14 10:55 AM

BREAKING NEWS....taxpayers send $100K "up in smoke" over a $100 worth of Maryjane.

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MSUFan4ever

May-03-14 9:42 AM

Please people lets just comment on the football. You two previous com mentors have no idea what happened. And yes I do. As much as the young man was in the wrong the police were even more in the wrong. Why do you think there was a lesser charge. Think about it. Read between the lines.

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EarlyBird

May-03-14 8:38 AM

It cost him a whole dollar out of his pocket.

He must be a pretty good player or he would be long gone for a long time. I suppose MSU paid boo coo bucks for him so they couldn't send him down the road.

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animal

May-02-14 8:12 PM

Good place for him, he vshould stay there for about 20 years!

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