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The Advocate is reporting that suspended LSU offensive lineman Ed Ingram has been indicted by a Texas Grand Jury on two counts of aggravated sexual assault.
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The grand jury held a hearing last Friday to decide whether the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office had enough evidence to proceed with a trial, and Mike Howard, a Dallas-based attorney who represents Ingram, 19, said the first court setting will be on Nov. 20.

The grand jury indicted Ingram on both counts, Howard said, and the jury returned the decision on Monday.

Ingram, a native of DeSoto, Texas, did not testify in Friday’s hearing, Howard said.

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Ingram, a sophomore from DeSoto, TX, has been suspended from the team since his arrest on August 2. He started in 12 games at right guard last season as a true freshman.

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HoustonGumbeauxGuy67 months
Sexual assault is pretty much guilty until proven innocent
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JDoubleU67 months
Time to buy some billboards in Texas? #FreeEdIngram Someone start the GoFundMe account. And, I'm sure there is a conspiracy led by Saban, University of Alabama and the SEC office in Birmingham, right?
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Fanofages67 months
You need to check yourself
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colbyjackcheese67 months
innocent till proven guilty...if hes literally guilty of the above charges the jury will prolly reach a guilty verdict...if it was anyway consensual, I would expect a lesser charge to come of it...possibly one that tilts playing time in his favor...I hope so (if hes innocent that is)
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atltiger648767 months
"innocent till proven guilty" is only the standard inside a courtroom. Nothing wrong with an organization cutting ties with a player, employee, executive, etc. based on the severity of the charges, before a trial, which takes months or years.
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denvertiger67 months
#fricked
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ROPO67 months
This is actually positive news. They can now start having hearings on this. I suspect Ed will plead to a lesser charge (my understanding is that this was a consensual relationship in high school) and he'll be back in 2019.
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SomeLSUguy67 months
Soooo... just reading between the lines here, but I get the sense we should not expect him to play against bama?
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tigerbait1.667 months
He gone
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brewhan davey67 months
If this happened in Monroe, diff -- oh wait.. wrong team.
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GoldenAge67 months
Maan, Ed ain't have a/c Mr. DA, he grew up in rough conditions, charges should be dismissed
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LSUengineer1267 months
He gone
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X Carter Is Fast67 months
Because going to trial means guilty I guess
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Ty Gus67 months
It's a different burden of proof than the criminal justice system. It wouldn't surprise me if LSU cuts ties.
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