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Video attracts OSU’s attention

January 6, 2013

COLUMBUS — Ohio State University is “closely monitoring” the case of two Steubenville High School students charged with rape after a video of a university student speaking flippantly about the......

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DABDAB

Jan-07-13 3:19 PM

It doesn't sound like the kids who were present and didn't do anything will be prosecuted as accessories to a crime. These kids were apparently raised in a culture of rape and they will never change. The only way to protect our communities is to not allow any of them to attend colleges where our daughters and granddaughters may become their next victims. I urge everyone to join me in writing to the universities that have football teams and ask that none of the boys from Steubenville High be recruited to their college football teams. If they are recruited, the universities are knowingly recruiting kids who have lived in a culture of rape and therefore will be targets for massive lawsuits by any students or locals who are raped by these boys.

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Prayers4all

Jan-07-13 3:13 PM

Bravo OSU! They took the responsible path and kicked Michael Nodianos out! Now we need to take responsibility and kick out the other students and coaches and prosecutors and sheriffs who neglected their duty as human beings to protect and care for the victim of rape and assault.

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efrefr

Jan-07-13 2:59 PM

Unless the right thing happens and OSU kicks you out, at least we know where to find you scum.

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Prayers4all

Jan-07-13 10:28 AM

Here's an example of how a schools SHOULD react to student violence and to those students who are present and chose NOT to assist a victim:

Hamline University men's basketball coach Nelson Whitmore has been indefinitely suspended and 14 players face discipline in connection with an player-on-woman assault that allegedly took place in a Spokane, Washington hotel room on New Year's Eve.

One player punched a woman fracturing her face in 3 places and 14 players either saw her attack or saw her unconscious or refused to help her.

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Anonymouse

Jan-06-13 3:05 PM

I hope they end up "Deader than a doornail"

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