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Rape case dismissal sought

March 12, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — Attorneys for one of the high school football players who are scheduled to go on trial for rape Wednesday are asking a judge to dismiss the case against him because they say the......

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Mar-13-13 4:53 AM

It is now official - the 3 witnesses will testify as Judge Wilson in WVa has reversed himself and will allow it. I think the public pressure on this rape case got to him.

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Mar-13-13 4:50 AM

No way - No how. Let the rape trial go on. The victim deserves a fair trial in open court.

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Mar-12-13 2:27 PM

Dozens of witnesses for both sides are expected to testify at the trial. Their testimony is considered crucial because the girl was severely intoxicated that night and appeared to be passed out at times, according to several witnesses. She is not expected to testify herself.

Not sure three more witnesses can make a difference.

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