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Witness gets immunity

March 15, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — The first witness to take the stand this morning in the Steubenville rape trial invoked his Fifth Amendment privileges and initially refused to testify....

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Mar-15-13 12:55 PM

Just wonder what his involvement was that he received immunity. An observer doesn't need immunity.

Did not want to be incriminated about something. Let's hear his involvement.

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Mar-15-13 2:49 PM

Saw some buzz that the coach may testify. Will he be granted immunity????????

Anyone, Anyone?????

Poll Yes or No

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Mar-15-13 3:38 PM

He needs immunity, coach said it's taken care of and joked about it, the boys are 17 and being charged as children. No matter what, even if they get convicted and they receive the max, they will be out at 21. Why are the coaches not testifying?!!

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Mar-15-13 4:11 PM

I think the question is will the Coach get immunity that will keep him from prosecution.

I'm betting he does. Don't like it, but I am a betting person.

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Mar-16-13 8:05 AM

Not shocked but still disgusted. They should all be held responsible for their actions. Hoping civil trial can take care of them but doubt it now with immunity.

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Mar-16-13 9:40 PM

Did the immunity witnesses provide any new and important testimony? If not, there was no need to deal with them, the testimony from the preliminary could have been admitted by the judge as that testimony is on the record.

So much shady stuff in this trial.

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