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Posted on 10/08/2013 8:42:47 AM PDT by Morgana
FULL TITLE: Steubenville High School employee indicted as grand jury investigating the Ohio rape case that shocked the nation vows to 'uncover the truth'
An IT worker at Steubenville High School has been sensationally indicted by the grand jury investigating additional crimes in the now infamous Ohio rape case, MailOnline can report.
Steubenville City Schools employee, William Rhinaman, 53, stands accused of tampering with evidence, obstructing justice, obstructing official business and perjury. The most serious of the charges tampering with evidence and perjury carry a maximum jail term of three year.
His indictment is the first such issued by Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and the latest development in the ongoing investigation into the case that shocked the nation when it came to trial in March.
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Stupidville. 15 minutes just ain’t enough.
They want to pick at this scab even more?
Considering how Stupidville tried to cover this up they need to pick this all they can.
Too bad we can’t get the “Five W’s” up top.
Okay, let me make sure I’ve got this straight...so it’s really not okay for high school jocks to rape unconscious teenage girls and it’s it’s frowned upon for the coach and other school employees to help cover it up? Or is it just not cool when it attracts international press coverage?
It’s been a mob town since before Dean Martin was a twinkle in his parents eyes. It’s been insanely obsessed with high-school football for nearly as long as that.
None of this surprises me. You can throw a dart at a map of this region and likely it will hit another town where this same thing might have happened.
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