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Agents Reassigned to Rape Case

January 15, 2013

LISBON, Ohio — The state of Ohio’s investigation into the Steubenville rape case is being felt in Columbiana County, as Sheriff Ray Stone said the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Identification and......

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Jan-15-13 7:35 AM

a minor taken across state lines..? could this become a federal kidnapping charge also? YES..if she was drugged or passed out and didn't go of her own free will ...this is going to be a very long time to developement of this case

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Jan-15-13 8:11 AM

the coach and his rape crew better get all their lies straight.this is just what this town needs.maybe they are coming in to protect the sheriff from whoever it is that's threatening him and his family.i'm waiting to see who they arrest for this.

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Jan-15-13 9:43 AM

The victim went to a party in Steubenville of her own free will it was there that the rape crew picked her up no state lines were crossed.

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Jan-15-13 10:48 AM

Why were . the kidnapping charges dropped. and if this new judge lets this kid go on vacation nothing is going to happen for so many crimes.The coach who ever let it go on at there home. Does the white family defending the boy on TV have a daughter.If the girl was black and the boys white they would still be in jail and tried in adult court.

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Jan-15-13 10:49 AM

Mikeyd how do you no wear all the partys were at were you there.

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Jan-15-13 11:27 AM

It is this simple.

IF you were in the house that this horrible event occured and you knew it was going on and you did Nothing to stop it, you need to report to authorities and explain yourself.

If you are an adult and furnished a residence for underage kids to drink or knew of such an event, you need to explain yourselves to authorities.

But... it won't this town money erases responsibility.

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Jan-15-13 2:03 PM

ICEMAN--- How right you are. The subject of race is a two way street. Cover=up cover-up cover up! Maybe, just maybe the facts will come out.

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Jan-15-13 6:27 PM

Since these guys took nude photos of the young girl without her permission, and sent them over the internet, that might legally constitute child ****. We hope federal law enforcement will consider getting involved.

Judy Jones, SNAP Midwest Associate Director, USA, 636-433-2511. snapjudy@gmail****, "SNAP (The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) is the world's oldest and largest support group for clergy abuse victims. SNAP was founded in 1988 and has more than 12,000 members. Despite the word priest in our title, we have members who were molested by religious figures of all denominations, including nuns, rabbis, bishops, teachers, Protestant ministers and increasingly, victims who were assaulted in a wide range of institutional settings like orphanages, summer camps, athletic programs, Boy Scouts, etc."

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Jan-16-13 12:55 AM

IWorkInPaNow-Money erases in many towns, including Wheeling. If a person goes to authorities and they refuse to investigate adequately, does it mean that it did not happen or the authorities did not want to find the evidence? I think the latter. Cops dont make a lot of money anywhere. Do you think that if they made a decent living, they would not have to take bribes from those who can afford to change pay for evidence to appear or disappear? (not saying that is case here). But do you suppose they ever get sick of being the poorest paid for doing the hardest and dirtiest work? The magnitude of this would not have come out w/o annonymous. Same in Whg on many events

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Jan-16-13 9:36 AM

bloomin, you make very valid points.

I guess the point of my previous post is when did we give up on respect for our fellow humans?

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Jan-16-13 10:54 PM

Integrity in many still exists, in some maybe it has always been absent.

Money and integrity does not have to be seperated-it can co-exist, but how often it does not.

dont know when we lost respect for other humans-but its time to bring it back.

Does anyone think that dare program is working? Just say no, dont allow others to be bullied and dont participate, etc. We didnt need all this when I grew up and we had good old common sense and knew the golden rule.

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