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MANN : Religion was very strong in Boise at the time. It had been a Mormon city, but there were a lot of Christian families. So they had this belief about their community, that they were safe, they were protected, they were religious.
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16, and Fourth District Judge Steven Hippler dismissed the case Wednesday, according to online court records. It was dismissed with prejudice, which means the plaintiffs cannot file another suit with the same claims. Our clients are satisfied with the settlement negotiated during mediation and are.
In September, Judge Hippler denied Boise States motion for summary judgment, ruling that the case would go to trial on Jan. 5. One of the plaintiffs raised evidence that her report of the rape was largely ignored and she was left unsupported and forced to.