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Second indictment issued by special grand jury

October 23, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine today announced a second indictment has been issued by the special grand jury reviewing whether additional crimes were committed regarding the......

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Oct-23-13 5:56 PM

Gee , wonder if she'll get " paid political leave " too ?

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Oct-24-13 1:46 AM

The pressure on Mr. Rhinaman is building. It sounds like his daughter was involved in the cover up and took computer equipment that contained evidence. His only option will be to sing like a canary on those who directed him to help her with her crime. I still look forward to more indictments down the road and Coach Sac in handcuffs. Jane Doe definitely deserves the best justice AG DeWine can serve up.

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Oct-24-13 6:45 AM

Second load of Charmin and depends arriving soon.

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Oct-24-13 7:06 AM

Gee - where are all the idiot posters who bragged that no indictments were coming down??? They are all hiding under the same rock as are the coaches and administrators. ole Flick has been saying, these prosecutor boys from the State are not local yokels...they know their stuff and know how to charge, indict and get folks to (as Tomsays) puts it: "Sing like a Canary". Tome...they will need to break out plenty o' bird seed and chapstick as this 20 year old dummy and her pappy talk so fast their lips get chapped. This will be a fitting tribute to a lackluster football season to a bunch of arrogant violators of the personal rights of a young, helpless victim. Maybe they can imprison the administrators and coaches with the two already in jail so they can continue in their fine "mentorship" traditions. Flicks hears 3 more indictments coming down by end of the month on reliable reports.....Ole Flick over-and-out for now.

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Oct-24-13 10:48 AM

Flick, TomSays and Tingett have been right all along. Dewine is shrewd starting the indictments with the perpetrators then cutting deals to determine who ordered them to do the dirty work. I believe there will be several people indicted on this case...may be plenty of job openings on the Big Red coaching staff and the high school administrators...

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