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Rhinaman retires from school position

November 2, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — William Rhinaman, the 53-year-old Steubenville City School District director of technology accused of lying to a special Jefferson County grand jury investigating issues related to an......

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TomSays

Nov-02-13 6:52 AM

William Rhinaman knows if he retires before he is convicted, the stupid state law allows him to continue to collect his pension even if he is a convicted felon. This scumbag IT director had better prepare for much time in prison for what he did in the coverup. WE will be there for his sentencing to make sure justice is served in his case. Jane Doe deserves no better justice.

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Benardo

Nov-02-13 8:27 AM

Sooner or later, probable sooner he'll flip and the real culprits will be indicted: an arrogant coach who believes he walks on water; a poodle of a principal who doesn't have the courage to be in charge, and a manipulating superintendent who was in the loop and didn't give a damn. Good news for them though, visiting hours on Sunday have been extended.

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colkrause

Nov-02-13 9:28 AM

Since Bernardo knows the administration so well, does he think they will rehire him so he can double-dip?

When will this ever end? When will this ever end?

Grand Jury meeting every whip-stitch is crazy. Why does it take so long? The evidence is not going to change.

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Rsimpson43952

Nov-02-13 4:17 PM

@Cokkrause It is taking so long because of the mountain of data they have to sift through in addition to the fact this case is not the only one being investigated by Attorney general and the BCI lab also has other data to process. The evidence may not change but it does take time to recover the evidence once it's been deleted. Who deleted it? My guess would be the now former IT director considering that is what he's charged with so you can thank him for the length of time it's taking. The world does NOT stop for Steubenville. If Rhinaman did in fact lie to investigators and deleted material he should go to prison. Reasons why he did it would basically be irrelevant. @Benardo I find it hard to believe Reno would cover something like this up when numerous times he has gone out of his way to help students, not just athletes but students from all walks of life. I do find the principal and superintendent to be arrogant and rude but that's my personal opinion.

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iceman

Nov-02-13 8:23 PM

Rhinaman would not have just done this. He was asked to do it by the coach. Even if you think the coach is god he should lose his job at the very least and maybe go to jail. They put football ahead of a terrible. crime.

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flickD

Nov-03-13 9:45 AM

R.Simpson - you can't be serious about Reno being such a kind, loving soul!! Ya gotta be kiddin! Wake up and smell the coffee, roses, cell pool or whatever.....but PULEEEESE WAKE UP!

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flickD

Nov-03-13 9:46 AM

(typo) That's CESS pool!

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