4 more charged in crimes related to Steubenville rape case.

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by FloGold, Nov 25, 2013.

  1. FloGold Moderator

    This warms my heart very much.
    Wish KyAnon could see this.
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  2. Anonymous Member

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  3. sallysock Member

    Great news!
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  4. laughingsock Member

    I haz a smile naow! My day was shit.
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  7. RavenEyes Member

    Yes, this is huge. Huge! Finally, some true justice in this crazy-ass world!

    Thanks to KY and everyone else who helped open some eyes, got the Grand Jury assembled, and painstakingly investigated what REALLY happened and put the much-needed onus on the adults that failed to protect not just the rape survivor, but any future victim by their silence, cover-ups, and law-breaking.

    In school districts, this will flow into other areas, like bullying, for example. School district administrators have the spotlight on them, and it's a long time in coming.

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  8. Anonymous Member

    lol Mrs. Krabappel
  9. RavenEyes Member

    We both looked at each other and said your name when we read that post. LOL

    But she IS a cowardly piece of shit. I'll wait until she's convicted and re-do my rant then.
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  10. Anonymous Member

    I'm pretty subterranean when you don't blow my cover.
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  12. Anonymous Member
    The firestorm over the rape of the 16 year old that was ignored had the result of another victims coming forward. This is why.....
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  13. fishypants Moderator

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  14. I've always liked Anonymous, but this Steubenville stuff is amazing! Congratulations aren't enough but it's alll I have to offer right now. I have a few questions about it. Why did Anon ask the Steubenville people to confess, and not just release their evience? Why aren't the police in trouble for trying to throw out the case? Any what about the gambling stuff I heard about on DN!
  15. Anonymous Member

    I cant speak for those involved, but a confession from the perpetrators would have saved the victim the trauma of a trial.
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  16. Anonymous Member

    Pre-trial hearing set in trial of former Penn State administrators on Sandusky cover-up charges
    Same story, different football team
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  17. Anonymous Member

    If they jail the superintendent, that will make history (at least for me) and send a message tsunami to all those rapist sympathizers. Jailing the principle will be icing on the cake.
  18. Anonymous Member

    The principal should be jailed on principle
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  19. Anonymous Member

    Agreed. However, the principal and the assistant coach/special ed teacher are only charged with failing to report (as mandated reporters) suspected child abuse. Maximum sentence is 30 days in Ohio, and a fairly insignificant fine. I doubt they'll see much of that, if any, to be honest. However, if found guilty, it should be listed on their licenses as disciplinary actions. I know Ohio and Pennsylvania are two of several states who are working to increase the penalty for mandated reporters who fail to make reports. I only hope this sheds additional light to that movement.

    Now, the superintendent faces 3 felonies and I think 3 misdemeanors? If he is found guilty, I would expect him to spend some time in prison, although I doubt it would be the possibly 7 years. That is a necessary message to send across the country to every school district.

    I have to say I'm surprised the head football coach wasn't named. I really thought he was going to be one of the main ones. Of course, it's not over until it's officially over, but I get the feeling that the GJ thinks they've identified the key players.

    On another note, anyone complicit in the Maryville rape cover-up might be shaking a bit more in their boots as of yesterday. We shall see...
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  20. sallysock Member

    Good news- A snippet:

    By Shauna Johnson in News | December 04, 2013 at 12:31PM

    WHEELING, W.Va. — A Wheeling attorney says the West Virginia teenager at the center of the Steubenville, Ohio, rape case is trying to move forward more than a year after the assault.

    That 16-year-old girl is from Weirton and Bob Fitzsimmons has been representing her and her family members.
    “She’s continued in school. She’s an honor roll student. She was elected to the homecoming court. She’s making application to go to college,” Fitzsimmons MetroNews “Talkline” on Wednesday. “Her family has weathered the storm as best as anyone can. They’re very strong, very united."
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  21. White Tara Global Moderator

    That is good news indeed, thx for posting, I often wondered :)
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    ^^link to new information
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  26. Anonymous Member

    second happened before first
  27. Anonymous Member

    Yeah that's true. The rapes timeline is confusing.most of the adults charged were charged for the first rape of the 14 year old that was unknown until the famous one was publicized.
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  29. Thank you.
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  32. Anonymous Member

    IMHO this was why they raped and videoed and texted openly about the rape of the 16 year old. They learned that there were no consequences and the school and law enforcement would protect them, even to the extent of conspiring to keep the first victim silent.
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  35. anon33 Member

    Trial set for coach charged after Ohio rape case

    Matthew Belardine and three others are charged with trying to thwart the investigation into the August 2012 rape of a 16-year-old West Virginia girl by two Steubenville (STOO'-behn-vihl) football players. He has pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor counts including making a false statement and contributing to underage alcohol consumption. Belardine's trial is now scheduled for April 22.
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  36. Ex-cop acquitted of killing homeless man chased out of restaurant by angry residents

    I know, wrong section. Whereas there are articles in the media doubting the involvement of Anonymous on rape cases, I would say you are your own army, fuck them, and thank you.
  37. Disambiguation Global Moderator

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  38. Disambiguation Global Moderator

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  39. anon33 Member

    so much juice, it's a fountain
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  40. RavenEyes Member

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