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School worker free on bond

William Rhinaman prepares for next court appearance

October 10, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — William Rhinaman, the Steubenville City School District director of technology, was freed on a $25,000 personal recognizance bond Wednesday afternoon, but the Mingo Junction resident......

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Oct-11-13 9:05 AM

If people had both feet on the ground in this case most of what is being discussed all over the world about our town would be nothing.

The real problem is after all these people are indicted. We will be buried in court cases.

How do you plead....."not guilty". Two years in court.......

Judge......"liar". Lock em up.

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Oct-11-13 7:40 AM

*than ride it crashing to the ground. Although I prefer to have both feet on the ground when I am cutting down a tree. Very poetic though.

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Oct-10-13 12:28 PM

"The grand jury work is not done and the panel will continue to meet. Our goal is to find the truth. Some investigations take time and this investigation is ongoing...." For those that are guilty of helping to try to cover up this crime should do some soul searching and make the choice of contacting the D.A. office to self report their involvment/knowledge.

Much like cutting down a tree you take one notch out of one side to weaken the tree before moving to the other side to make the final cut. Better to jump free of the tree then ride it crashing to the ground.

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