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Grand jury seated in rape case

April 15, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — A 14-member grand jury was selected at approximately 11:30 a.m. today....

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Apr-15-13 3:41 PM

Let's be clear. The school district- whoever or whatever that is- cannot tell an individual he cannot speak about a situation that occurred off school grounds, not during school hours and not involving a school function. That's freedom of speech. This restriction, which doesn't really exist, is a self-serving way to circle the wagons so that those school employees who are culpable-probably the coach, the principal and the superintendent- can secure immunity from prosecution by refusing to speak. And then the children of the community get stuck with rapist protectors as their role models. No immunity- if they refuse to speak indict them

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