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I was on DU and saw this article smh. Perhaps he should spend more time worrying about the rapists roaming freely about his town and less about football and finding the 'anonymous guy'.Ermm

Steubenville sheriff: "We have a good idea who this Anonymous person is. I know where he lives."

http://www.heraldstaronline.com/page/content.detail/id/581789/-Enough-is-enough-.html

‘Enough is enough’
Abdalla: Hackers are attacking the innocent
January 5, 2013
By DAVE GOSSETT - Staff writer (dgossett@heraldstaronline.com) , The Herald-Star

STEUBENVILLE - A visibly angry Jefferson County Sheriff Fred Abdalla said Friday night his department and other agencies are now investigating an unofficial Anonymous member who has claimed credit for last week's protest rally and a second rally scheduled to be held at noon today on Market Street.

"Anonymous can say whatever they want to say about me. But when you attack innocent people and young children, I am coming after you," Abdalla declared during a Friday evening press conference in his office.

"We have a good idea who this Anonymous person is. I know where he lives. I know his mother's name, his father's name and his brother's name. This is not the real Anonymous. Enough is enough. You had your fun. People will believe what they want to believe. But I credit the Steubenville Police Department for the job they did. They had the investigation into this incident wrapped up in four or five days after the rape was reported to them in August," continued Abdalla.

Steubenville City Manager Cathy Davison announced late Friday afternoon the city will hold a press conference at 11 a.m. today to discuss the focus on the city regarding the rape investigation.


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phuck him!!!

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If only he had so much fervor about the actual rape case...

Fukc him, his priorities, those rapists, and the bystanders.
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Innocent??? Motherfucker, your "innocent victim" admitted to rape on camera. Shut the fuck up.
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Originally posted by Midna Midna wrote:

Innocent??? Motherfucker, your "innocent victim" admitted to rape on camera. Shut the fuck up.



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fucc them.  Anonymous and go ahead and go in on these fuccers.
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I didnt wanna make a new thread, so updating this one in case anyone is still following this story:

'She didn't affirmatively say no': Silence means consent according to defense in Ohio high school rape trial where passed out, drunken teenage girl was 'sexually assaulted' by multiple football players


Defense lawyers in the coming trial of two high school football players charged with raping a nearly passed-out-drunk 16-year-old girl are expected to argue on the issue of consent.

In the case that has shocked the nation, prosecutors state that the inebriated girl was taken to a number of parties by a group of drunk teenagers, supporting her to walk when she wasn't physically capable.

The prosecution claims that the group later sexually assaulted the girl while she lay unconscious.

But attorney Walter Madison, who represents one of the accused boys, argues she was drinking voluntarily and left willingly with the group of boys.

As reported by the Cleveland Trader Madison said: 'There's an abundance of evidence here that she was making decisions, cognitive choices.' 'She didn't affirmatively say no,' he stated.

Consent? Defense attorney Walter Madison said of the girl in the rape case: Theres an abundance of evidence here that she was making decisions, cognitive choices. She didnt affirmatively say no

Consent? Defense attorney Walter Madison said of the girl in the rape case: 'There's an abundance of evidence here that she was making decisions, cognitive choices. She didn't affirmatively say no'

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Protest: Activists from the online group KnightSec protest at the Jefferson County Courthouse in Steubenville, Ohio, on Jan. 5, 2013 ahead of the trial

The two high school football players Ma'Lik Richmond, 16, and Trent Mays, 17, will face a judge on Wednesday.

The girl, from Weirton, West Virginia, is not expected to testify in Jefferson County juvenile court when the case begins.

Richmond's attorney Madison said of the girl: 'The person who is the accuser here is silent just as she was that night, and that's because there was consent.'

Others have argued that the Jane Doe was clearly too intoxicated to consent to sex and that this was something that has been confirmed by multiple witnesses.

As reported by the Cleveland Trader, Ohio Associate Attorney General Marianne Hemmeter said at an October hearing: 'The state doesn't have to prove that she was flat-lined.'

'Everybody agrees she's puking. She's puking on herself. People have to help her walk. She can't talk. She's stumbling,' Hemmeter added.

Around Steubenville, a football-powerhouse city, some are demanding to know why at least three other teens aren't facing charges on Wednesday too.

After the athletes' arrest last summer, one of the many rumors that swirled around town proved all too true: Three boys, two of them members of Steubenville High's celebrated Big Red team, saw something happening that night and didn't try to stop it. Instead, two pulled out their cellphones and took video and a photo.

The allegations shocked and roiled the city of 18,000, but prosecutors brought no charges against the witnesses, fueling months of furious online accusations of a cover-up to protect the team -- something law enforcement authorities have vehemently denied.

One blogger wrote a post was headlined: 'Steubenville Big Red Rape Accusations: The Other Perpetrators.'

'Anyone that they can show had firsthand knowledge and was partly in some way responsible for the event, the rape, they should be charged,' said Jackie Hillyer, president of the Ohio chapter of the National Organization for Women.

She is among those pressing, at a minimum, for charges of failure to report a crime, which is punishable by up to 30 days in jail and a $250 fine.

Longtime Steubenville resident Willa Wade said: 'I feel personally that if they were there, they knew it had happened, they did not report it or stop it, then they ought to be brought up on the same charges as anybody else.'

The Ohio attorney general's office, however, informed the three witnesses in a letter last fall that while they may not have conducted themselves 'in a responsible or appropriate manner,' their behavior 'did not rise to the level of criminal conduct,' and they would not be charged.

Legal experts said it is clear prosecutors sorely need the witnesses' testimony to make their rape case because there is little physical evidence against the defendants and the girl may have been too intoxicated to remember much

Laughing: A video from the night of the alleged attack shows Michael Nodianos (left), a former Steubenville student, referring to a girl getting raped because she is so drunk
Richmond was charged with rape after film emerged of him carrying her with his co-accused Trent Mays

Laughing: A video from the night of the alleged attack shows Michael Nodianos (left), a former Steubenville student, referring to a girl getting raped because she is so drunk

'This prosecutor more than anything else wants to get a conviction of the culprits and he does not want to jeopardize that single-minded goal,' said Christo Lassiter, a University of Cincinnati criminal law professor. 'That's the conservative approach. Above all else, get the main culprit. If you can get the other folks along the line, fine.'

Richmond and Mays go on trial Wednesday in juvenile court in Steubenville.

They are charged with digitally penetrating the girl, first in the back seat of a moving car after a mostly underage, alcohol-fueled party Aug. 11, and then in the basement of a house.

Witnesses said the girl was so drunk she threw up at least twice and had trouble walking and speaking. She was also photographed being carried by the two young men.

If convicted, they could be held in a juvenile jail until they turn 21. They have denied any wrongdoing.

Minors charged in juvenile court aren't usually named, but Mays and Richmond have been widely identified in news coverage, and their names have been used in open court.

They were charged 10 days after the party, after a flurry of social media postings about the alleged attack led the girl and her family to go to police.

The scandal brought a barrage of accusations and insinuations, mostly online, with some townspeople supporting the defendants and others complaining that the football team has unusual sway over the city.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine's office took over the case after the local prosecutor stepped down because her son is a football player at 700-student Steubenville High


Rumors:

The allegations shocked and roiled the city of 18,000

Trial

Trial: Some are demanding to know why at least three other teens aren't facing charges in addition to Ma'lik and Trent

Big Red football is a big deal in Steubenville. The stadium, dubbed Death Valley, sits on a hill above town, and the team is a nine-time state champion, with back-to-back titles in 2005 and 2006. Man O' War, a red statue of a rearing stallion, shoots flames from its mouth each time a touchdown is scored.

Three students -- Anthony Craig and football players Mark Cole and Evan Westlake -- testified at a hearing in October, just days after receiving the letters assuring them they would not be prosecuted.

Prosecutors said at the hearing that Cole and Craig would have been charged if they hadn't deleted the images on their cellphones.

At the same proceeding, Westlake was asked by a prosecutor why he didn't stop the alleged attack.

'I was stunned at what I saw,' he said. 'I just wanted -- I wanted to get out of there and I --I -- I didn't know what to do, I mean.'

The defendants' lawyers also raised the possibility that the witnesses did not know what they were seeing that night. Under questioning, the teen witnesses said that the girl was able to tell some of the boys the password to her smartphone and that they never heard her say 'no' or 'stop.'

'So, you don't consider it a sexual assault?' attorney Adam Nemann asked Cole.

'I feel it's not my place to make that decision on whether it was or wasn't,' Cole responded. 'I can just tell you what I witnessed.'

'And if this was a sexual assault I'm sure you would have called and told someone, right?' Nemann said. 'I would assume, yes,' Cole said.

On a blog run by former Steubenville resident Alexandria Goddard, some anonymous posters have demanded others at the party be charged, including football player Cody Saltsman.

Saltsman sued Goddard for defamation, and the case was settled with Goddard saying there was no evidence Saltsman was involved in the alleged attack.

Then, in January, a YouTube video was posted featuring another student, Michael Nodianos, apparently cracking jokes about the alleged rape just hours after it occurred, while others in the background chimed in.

NOW is demanding prosecutors charge Nodianos with failure to report a crime, but Nodianos' lawyer said the young man had no 'firsthand knowledge of the facts.'


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and of course the "she wanted me/it" defense:

'She had her arm wrapped around me... she was coming on to me:' Suspect in Ohio high school rape case says drunken teenage girl consented with flirtation

One of two Ohio high school football players accused of raping an inebriated 16-year-old girl claims the alleged victim was 'coming on' to him and he interpreted that as consent to perform sexual acts on her.

'She had her arm wrapped around me and one hand on my chest,' 16-year-old Ma'lik Richmond of Steubenville told ABC News' Elizabeth Vargas in an interview for '20/20.'  'It just felt like she was coming on to me.'

Richmond and 17-year-old Trent Mays are facing a juvenile judge in court on Wednesday on charges of rape stemming from the incident on Aug. 11, 2012. They are being tried as juveniles, so the maximum sentence they could receive would keep them in a detention center until their 21st birthdays.

rest of the story in the link Sleepy:

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2292232/Ohio-rape-case-Suspect-high-school-rape-case-says-drunken-teenage-girl-consented-flirtation.html#ixzz2NNMWmq00
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