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Mon. 5:06pm: Ohio AG could target football coach, host of party

March 18, 2013

COLUMBUS (AP) — The head football coach at Steubenville High School and the owners of a house where an infamous 12-minute video was filmed could be investigated as Ohio prosecutors look into how......

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brasco

Mar-20-13 12:22 PM

It's a shame what occurred to that young lady but even at 16, you must be somewhat responsible for your own actions...same with the players and men involved..you do the crime..you do the time..still like to see JobsOhio investigated..something not right with what's going on there.

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brasco

Mar-20-13 12:00 PM

Oh yeah Philly all that voter fraud..that what Fox told you..lol..I think that must have cost Romney the hundred thousand votes he lost Ohio by eh..wake up you tool!!

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msmith82

Mar-19-13 11:42 AM

Nortman the sad part about this is some schools let their football players get away with far to much. I know a certain school let their star player trash the art room and he got away with because he was a star player if that would have been a regular kid they would have been suspended at the least

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nortman

Mar-19-13 10:48 AM

Covered up a sexual assault that may have never been discovered had the idiots involved not bragged about it. Hosted an alcohol fueled party for a bunch of underage kids and they say that charges COULD be filed? How about WILL be filed. These people, players and coaches alike, have to learn that just because they are football celebs doesn't mean that they can get away with whatever they want.

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msmith82

Mar-19-13 10:27 AM

Who ever provided the alcohol should be charged it is a felony to provide alcohol to a minor

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Philly21

Mar-19-13 9:30 AM

Or, Brasco, he could always investigate voter fraud in Ohio during last November's election. I'm confident you'd support him 100%!!!

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notpc4sure

Mar-19-13 9:05 AM

Brasco: Apparently you're not aware of the content of this news story, there are incidents that have occurred in Steubenville.

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notpc4sure

Mar-19-13 8:57 AM

Trent May, one of the rapist is from Bloomingdale, Oh which is in the Indian Creek high School district, they have a football team. Looking back, had he went to his own school district he would not have been involved with the filth surrounding Steubenville's football program. I'm, sure there's a story on why he transsferred to Steubenville.

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brasco

Mar-19-13 7:34 AM

DeWine grandstanding..election time just around the corner. Go investigate JobsOhio..that's where he should be.

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mrright

Mar-19-13 7:30 AM

DeWine did a good job, quick and more than fair to the two rapist. In fact, they are lucky. Remember, most of students are afraid to testify or aided in the cover up.

DeWine must go after the head football coach, I'm told that he actually runs the town. DeWine has a lot a work ahead of him.

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Philly21

Mar-19-13 7:13 AM

"Where are the children's role models? Who do they have to look up to with respect?"

MTV!! Reality TV!! Sadly they know more about Honey Boo Boo than they do about their their state/US history. But, hey, always remember, it's never their fault!!

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Philly21

Mar-19-13 7:09 AM

Ohio AG could target football coach, host of party

How about all parents/adults responsible for each kid?

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cgroves

Mar-19-13 7:08 AM

How can we expect today's children to exhibit common moral decency, when in fact, the adult community sweeeps the filth under the carpeting? Where are the children's role models? Who do they have to look up to with respect? What have they learned from this tragedy? They have learned to manipulate, ignore, cover-up, lie, and bend the rules (with the adults looking the other way).

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WarrenProud

Mar-19-13 5:41 AM

Now I hear on TV this morning there are two teenage girls in custody for doing the same death threat tweeting. Don't these kids learn anything in Steuvbenville?

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WarrenProud

Mar-19-13 4:40 AM

The coach had a duty by law to report what he knew. He should be put on trial.

How about those two Big Red football players, one a cousin of one of the rapists, who tweeted a death threat to the victim Jane Doe after the trial was over, These kids in Stupidville never learn. I hope they end up arrested today, and in custody of the juvenile authorities too.

The Ohio AG has to cleanup this mess.

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maddie

Mar-18-13 8:30 PM

if they had any knowledge of this they should be fired, teaching revoked as with their pensions.

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