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The '''Steubenville rape case''' was a notable sexual assault case where the Democratic Party in power (Sheriff, District Attorney) refused to hold an African American teenager and his accomplice accountable for child rape. It was only when state Republican officials (Attorney General Mike DeWine) intervened, justice was served against the perpetrators.  Even still, due to lax juvenile justice regulations that have been promulgated by the Democrats, the individuals will only serve between 1 to 2 years in juvenile jail.
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The '''Steubenville rape case''' was a notable sexual assault case where 2 juvenile offenders raped a 16 year old girl, during a party. The case garnered significant media attention, due to the barbarity of the assault. The two football players guilty were sentenced to 2 years in juvenile detention for Trent Mays, and 1 year, for Ma'lik Richmond.<ref>http://www.cnn.com/2013/03/17/justice/ohio-steubenville-case/index.html</ref>
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Revision as of 20:29, 17 March 2013

The Steubenville rape case was a notable sexual assault case where 2 juvenile offenders raped a 16 year old girl, during a party. The case garnered significant media attention, due to the barbarity of the assault. The two football players guilty were sentenced to 2 years in juvenile detention for Trent Mays, and 1 year, for Ma'lik Richmond.[1]

References

  1. http://www.cnn.com/2013/03/17/justice/ohio-steubenville-case/index.html