Former UND student leader's death prompts attorneys to file murder charge against alleged attacker
A former UND student body president who had been in a coma since May died early this morning, a development that means his alleged attacker will now face a charge of second-degree murder.
Adam Baker, 32, was injured early May 2 after reportedly being punched outside of the Corner Bar in St. Michael, Minn. He began receiving hospice care at North Memorial Medical Center in Robbinsdale, Minn., last month after a severe stomach infection dimmed hopes of his recovery.
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