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Guilty plea entered in city schools case

February 26, 2014

STEUBENVILLE — Hannah Rhinaman, 20, of Wintersville pleaded guilty Wednesday to theft of computer equipment from the Steubenville City School District and was allowed to enter drug treatment....

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Feb-26-14 7:15 PM

Please Hannah finish the program and get away from this thing.

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Feb-27-14 12:08 AM

Hannah Rhinaman is another Steubenville scumbag! She stole and should be headed to prison. This judge just did not do the right sentence. Once again we see privilege for someone who should not be getting any. If it were you or me, we would be headed to jail.

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Feb-27-14 9:39 AM

Miss Rhinaman, I wish you well. Everyone makes mistakes in life and deserves a second chance. Keep a positive attitude and you Will be successful. Follow a path of chronic negativity and chances are you may wind up being like TomSays

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Feb-27-14 10:21 AM

They should go after the real crooks. The one wearing the badge. Fred has been taking bribes and covering up murders for decades. It's called the "good old boy" system. Corruption to the core.

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Feb-27-14 4:42 PM

Two deals made, three to go. Justice is blind. RIGHT.

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Feb-27-14 4:54 PM

Why wasn't she drug tested before hiring? Is that not a requirement of the school board?

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Feb-27-14 8:10 PM

I agree I think every potential school employee should be tested for drugs in addition to random drug screenings for current employees. I too am a strong believer that everyone deserves a second chance however my issue with this particular case is, she's already had her second chance. She's a drug addict who opted to take the treatment option in lieu of jail time during her previous criminal trials. In my opinion, she squandered her second chance and should spend some time in jail. She obviously has gone through this treatment option before but to no avail so maybe some time behind bars will be the wake up call she apparently needs. Think about the message this is sending to the youth in Steubenville. Wasn't there an article about three Harding students stealing a tablet from the school? The article said two of them were put into juvenile detention. Ms. Rhinaman has a criminal past just as those two so why are we tougher on middle school students than adults?

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