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Steubenville superintendent, discount coach outlet two coaches and elementary school teacher ALL charged with cover up by grand jury investigating notorious rape
Steubenville High School superintendent Michael McVey charged with
tampering with evidence and obstruction of justiceThree others charged with failure to report child abuse and making false statementsA judge convicted two Steubenville High School football players of raping the girl in August 2012The grand jury previously charged the Steubenville schools'obstructing justice, obstructing official business and perjuryDeWine announced today that the Grand Jury was finished and therefore Coach Saccoccia will not face chargesJames Nye
Charged: Steubenville High School Superintenent Michael McVey has been charged with the tampering of evidence and obstruction of justice following the rape of a 16 year old in 2012
The Ohio grand jury which is investigating whether there was a cover up in the notorious Steubenville rape case today announced the indictment of four more people including the school superintendent and an assistant football coach.
Steubenville High School superintendent Michael McVey was hit with felony charges for tampering with evidence and obstruction of justice in the case of the sexual assault of a 16 year old girl by two high school footballers after an alcohol fueled party in August 2012.
In addition to McVey, assistant coach, Matthew Belardine was charged with allowing underage drinking, obstructing official business and making a false statement.
Two other school employees, Wrestling coach Seth Fluharty and elementary school principal Lynette Gorman, were charged with failure to report child abuse.
'People made bad choices and the grand jury said there are repercussions,' Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said in announcing the indictments today at a news conference.
The high school beloved head Coach Saccoccia , who was accused of telling football players that he would protect the two rapists from any repercussions, is not facing any consequences from the grand jury.
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Charges: Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announces indictments against four additional people in relation to the 2012 rape of a high school student, on Monday, Nov. 25, 2013 in Steubenville
The charges have been handed down by the grand jury convened in April to investigate the circumstances surrounding the rape of coach outlet purses the 16 year old girl by Trent Mays, 17 and coach outlets locations Ma'Lik Richmond, 16, who were found guilty in March and sentenced to at least a year in juvenile prison.
The grand jury panel has met 18 times, heard from 123 witnesses and spent seven months working on the case.
'Some may ask why others were not indicted,' DeWine said, as he explained that a grand jury needs probable cause to charge someone.
'It is simply not sufficient that person behavior was reprehensible, disgusting, mean spirited or just plain stupid,' he said.
'Barring any new evidence, I believe that the grand jury work is done.'
DeWine said that small city of Steubenville had been traumatized by the actions of a few.
'It's time to let Steubenville move on,' he said.
Mr DeWine had made clear his intention to root out all guilty parties in the ongoing investigation into the case that shocked America when it came to trial in March.
Then promising high school football stars Trent Mays, 17 and Ma'lik Richmond, 16, were found guilty of raping a 16 year old in a series of back to back house parties.
Images of the girl, catastrophically drunk, naked, abused and humiliated were posted online.
Friends of the rapist, and their victim, tweeted vile comments and exchanged pictures of the girl, strung up between her attackers by coach accessories outlet her wrists and ankles.
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