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Photo: Herald Star(Steubenville, Oh)
Seth Fluharty, The 3rd of six who were previously indicted during a special grand jury investigation into the infamous Steubenville Rape Case, as well as an April 2012 alleged rape had his day in court. (The April 2012 alleged rape was investigated twice,<once y law enforcement, and secondly by the Steubenville Special Grand Jury> and was deemed no criminal activity beyond the indictments or that a rape had occured due to a lack of evidence.)
That's the attitude from members of Anonymous all across the country as well as supporters of the group all over the internet today and in the recent days. Deric Lostuttter began once again seeking media attention by doing media interviews on behalf of Anonymous, and the organizers of #opmaryville. An operation to bring justice to a teenage victim and her family after a sexual assault occured by football players in a tiny Missouri town
The victim and her family brought charges against Players on the high school football team, but those charges were promptly dismissed by local prosecuting attorneys(citing lack of evidence and the victims refusal to cooperate), and the victim's home was burnt to the ground prompting the family to get out of town. Maryville's Local sherrif quoted as saying that "they did all that they could, but charges were dropped due to lack of evidence and the victim and her family just need to get over it and move on." The victim and her family accuse the sherriff and prosecutors of lying, and deny not cooperating.
Photo: Deric Lostutter counting his money on his Instagram
If Lostutter is making the amount of money listed in the above pic, why does he need donations? COuld this be Lostutter counting donation money he claims he has no access to?
Photo: Don Carpenter
Ohio Attorney General, Mike Dewine announced an hour ago that the first indictment in the ongoing special Steubenville grand jury came back.
A Steubenville IT(Information Technology) School employee, 53 year old William Rhinaman was indicted on charges of Tampering with evidence (3rd degree felony), Obstructing Justice (5th degreee felony), Obstructing official business (2nd degree misdemeanor), and perjury ( a 3rd degree felony).
This indictment came as a suprise to everyone as the grand jury only met one day on Friday and was on a month's break following their last meeting. Media was alerted last week to expect indictment announcements around the week of October 21st.
Not much information was given upon request as to how the grand jury came to their findings warranting an indictment of Mr. Rhinaman, just that " Rhinaman committed those offenses." The Ohio Attorney General's office did not care to elaborate on that statement despite multiple questions on the phone by myself.
It is also my understanding the grand jury is still an ongoing investigation with more possible indictments coming.
As of the time of writing this blurb, Mr. Rhinaman had been arrested once the indictment was made formal and is expected to appear in court on Wednesday.