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Special jury to meet again

October 22, 2013

WINTERSVILLE — A special Jefferson County grand jury investigating if adults or school administrators knew about the rape of a Weirton teenage girl last year by two Steubenville High School students......

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Oct-23-13 10:28 AM are Keyrectamundo my friend. I hear via the Flick Grapevine that Rhineim IS singing like a parakeet on seroids....has told prosecutors the names and details of every coach and administrator involved in the administrative coverup. Like I have been saying all along...first you indict the perpetrator and let him cut a deal....the rest of the dominoes will soon fall as the Grand Jury begins to hand out more indictments. Plenty of handcuffs to be used as these smug, arrogant beaurocatic parasites get their just rewards. I hear many are getting very anxious as word has spread that Rhineman is talking. Can't really blame him......he was "just following orders", however, he doesn't want to be the only victim. Rumor has it he said he will bring down the whole rotten establishment with him and will not tolerate being a dupe. Ole Flick has his ear to the rail and will be reporting as he hears more...Flick out.

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Oct-23-13 5:21 AM

Looking forward to many more indictments for the Jane Doe rape case coverup, alcohol suppliers for the parties, and Coach Sac being taken off the Big Red football field in handcuffs to jail. If I was William Rhinaman, I would be singing like a canary to get a reduced sentence for what I did in the data destruction coverup, and telling who told me to do it. They all deserve much prison time. Jane Doe deserves no better justice.

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Oct-22-13 11:50 AM

Rhinaman: a four-count indictment accusing him of tampering with evidence, obstructing justice, obstructing official business and perjury.

This statement makes me think that someone else entered some info on a computer; and on his own or as a directive removed evidence.

Am I looking at it too hard?

DeWine's office does not want to commit to there being more indictments in the future; and they are looking for the truth; apparently this guy perjured himself; I have to ask...WHY??

Seems like there should be more indictments coming just from these statements alone.

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