A former Kentucky high school football coach was acquitted Thursday in the death of a player who collapsed during practice in August of 2008.
Jason Stinson was facing reckless homicide and wanton-endangerment charges in connection with 15-year-old Max Gilpin's heat-stroke death.
The jury deliberated for less than two hours before unanimously finding him innocent on both counts.
The prosecution had attempted to paint the coach as obsessed with winning at any cost.
They said the players from...Full Story