Ohio AG going after all mum on high school ****

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That may be the worst headline ever.

Ohio AG going after all mum on high school ****


STEUBENVILLE, Ohio (AP) - The ordeal of an eastern Ohio community roiled by allegations of **** against two high school football players is far from over, despite the teens' conviction for the crime and their sentence to juvenile prison terms.

The announcement of the verdict was barely an hour old Sunday when state Attorney General Mike DeWine said he was continuing his investigation and would consider charges against anyone who failed to speak up after the attack last summer, a group that could include other teens, parents, coaches and school officials.

A grand jury will meet in mid-April to consider evidence gathered by investigators from dozens of interviews, including with the football team's 27 coaches.

Text messages introduced at the trial suggested the head coach was aware of the **** allegation early on. DeWine said coaches are among officials required by state law to report child abuse. The coach and the school district have repeatedly declined to comment.

"I've reached the conclusion that this investigation cannot be completed, simply cannot be completed, that we cannot bring finality to this matter without the convening of a grand jury," DeWine said.

The attorney general, Ohio's top law enforcement official, also said the **** was not an isolated problem specific to Steubenville. Sexual assaults occur every Friday and Saturday night across the country, DeWine said, calling it "a societal problem."

Trent Mays, 17, and Ma'Lik Richmond, 16, were sentenced to at least a year in juvenile prison in a case that has rocked this Rust Belt city of 18,000 and led to allegations of a cover-up to protect the Steubenville High team, which has won nine state championships. Mays was ordered to serve an additional year for photographing the underage girl naked.

They can be held until they turn 21.

The two broke down in tears after a Juvenile Court judge delivered his verdict. They later apologized to the victim and the community, Richmond struggling to speak through his sobs.

"My life is over," he said as he collapsed in the arms of his lawyer.

The crime, which took place after a party last summer, shocked many in Steubenville because of the seeming callousness with which other students took out their cellphones to record the attack and gossiped about it online. In fact, the case came to light via a barrage of morning-after text messages, social media posts and online photos and video.

"Many of the things we learned during this trial that our children were saying and doing were profane, were ugly," Judge Thomas Lipps said.

Mays and Richmond were charged with penetrating the West Virginia girl with their fingers, first in the back seat of a moving car after a mostly underage drinking party on Aug. 11, and then in the basement of a house.

"They treated her like a toy," prosecutor Marianne Hemmeter said.

Prosecutors argued that the victim was so intoxicated she couldn't consent to sex that night, while the defense contended the girl realized what she was doing and was known to lie.

The girl testified she could not recall what happened but woke up naked in a strange house after drinking at a party.

"It was really scary," she said. "I honestly did not know what to think because I could not remember anything."

She said she believed she was assaulted when she later read text messages among friends and saw a photo of herself naked, along with a video that made fun of her and the alleged attack.

Three other boys, two of them on the football team, saw something happening that night and didn't try to stop it but instead recorded it with their cellphones. Granted immunity to testify, they confirmed the girl was assaulted and said she was so drunk she didn't seem to know what was happening.

Evidence at the trial also included sexually explicit text messages sent by numerous students after the party. Lawyers noted how texts have seemed to replace talking on the phone for young people. A computer forensic expert documented hundreds of thousands of texts found on 17 phones seized during the investigation.

In sentencing the boys, Lipps urged parents and others "to have discussions about how you talk to your friends, how you record things on the social media so prevalent today and how you conduct yourself when drinking is put upon you by your friends."

After the arrests, the case was furiously debated on blogs and social media, with some people warning of conspiracies and conflicts of interest. On Sunday, Hemmeter, the prosecutor, criticized efforts by the hacker collective Anonymous to publicize the case, saying the attention had a chilling effect on those willing to testify.

After the verdict, the accuser's mother rebuked the boys for "lack of any moral code."

"You were your own accuser, through the social media that you chose to publish your criminal conduct on," she said. She added that the case "does not define who my daughter is. She will persevere, grow and move on."

Echoing that, the judge said that "as bad as things have been for all of the children involved in this case, they can all change their lives for the better."
http://www.kgw.com/news/national/Oh...ho-stayed-mum-high-school-****-198781271.html
 

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This shit is turning into Penn State/Sandusky 2.0

The heads have only just begun to roll.
 
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I wonder if their records get expunged after they turn 18 or 21 or whatever...
 

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Twenty seven coaches for a HS football team?
After the Head coach, offense and defense coordinators you have coaches for each position or groups of positions. Linebackers have their own. D line has its own. Safetys, kicker, punter, special teams, cornerbacks, wide receivers, running backs, etc etc etc. they all have a coach
 

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After the Head coach, offense and defense coordinators you have coaches for each position or groups of positions. Linebackers have their own. D line has its own. Safetys, kicker, punter, special teams, cornerbacks, wide receivers, running backs, etc etc etc. they all have a coach

How the fuck does a HS district justify that many paid positions for a football team?
 

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After the Head coach, offense and defense coordinators you have coaches for each position or groups of positions. Linebackers have their own. D line has its own. Safetys, kicker, punter, special teams, cornerbacks, wide receivers, running backs, etc etc etc. they all have a coach
Yeah, but how do you get to 27?

1.) Head Coach
2.) OC
3.) DC
4.) QB coach
5.) RB coach
6.) TE coach
7.) WR coach
8.) OL coach
9.) DL coach
10.) LB coach
11.) DB coach
12.) Kicking coach
13.) Special teams coordinator?

Even if you break it down to interior/outisde OL and DL, I have a really had time seeing how 20 coaches can be on a high school team.

That said, most of those coaches are probably volunteers. And at least at my old high school, effectively all of the football coaches were also teachers who genuinely taught real classes. Except for the head coach's wife: she was just a driver's ed teacher.
 

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Wonder why they were not charged as adults... ergo what I see every time on Law and Order SUV etc... and yes I know it is a tv show.
I'm not trying to downplay what they did, here, but let's lay it out clearly: they fingered the girl and felt her up. It's not like they ran a train on her. What they did was despicable and worthy of the punishment they got, absolutely, but to spend 20 years in prison on a r@pe charge as an adult, when you're an idiot 16 year old?

These two assholes (and their friends) fucked up. They let their football player attitudes fuck with their heads and screw them up. A year or two in juvie and spending the rest of your life with this hanging over you is pretty good punishment for finger banging and feeling up a passed out girl at a party.
 

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I hear Candy Crowley is inconsolable.
Well, to be fair, nobody ever showed her any of that kind of attention when she was that age. Not that even a pair of football players could have lifted her like they did with the drunk girl.
 

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I grew up in a small, ratty, football-obsessed town in the rust belt of upstate NY. The football preoccupation is an absolute sickness. It's a mental illness that makes otherwise rational human beings completely retarded.

The head coach of our football team in high school had absolute delusions of grandeur, and just about the entire town fell over themselves to stoke his ego furnace. He was a sloppy drunk who drove around town blasted more often than he drove sober, and the town cops pulled him over, or even found him passed out in his car at intersections, on a regular basis, and they just escorted "his majesty" home to sleep it off.

I'm pretty sure he could've drunkly plowed his car into a school bus full of children and then molested the survivors and the townsfolk would've still cheered his name at the next game.

*edit* Found him...

http://1045theteam.com/liverio-coaches-final-game-for-amsterdam-football/

The end of an era has come to the Amsterdam High School football program. Head coach Pat Liverio appeared in his last game on Saturday night when the Rugged Rams lost to Burnt Hills, 26-23, in the Section II Class A championship game at Shenendehowa.

It’s been a special season for Liverio coaching his son Nick, a senior playing at tight end/defensive end.
His son, Nick... Nicholas Fredrick Liverio.

Check out his initials... yep... football-obsessed retards.
 
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Yeah, but how do you get to 27?

1.) Head Coach
2.) OC
3.) DC
4.) QB coach
5.) RB coach
6.) TE coach
7.) WR coach
8.) OL coach
9.) DL coach
10.) LB coach
11.) DB coach
12.) Kicking coach
13.) Special teams coordinator?

Even if you break it down to interior/outisde OL and DL, I have a really had time seeing how 20 coaches can be on a high school team.
It is a huge program so there are probably assistants for every position coach, along with weight trainers, dietary consultants, and other various clipboard holders. You can get to 27 in a hurry if you double up just the list you have.
That said, most of those coaches are probably volunteers. And at least at my old high school, effectively all of the football coaches were also teachers who genuinely taught real classes. Except for the head coach's wife: she was just a driver's ed teacher.
Only 2 or 3 of the coaches for my highschool football team had staff positions at the school. The other coaches were paid (not well at all) or volunteered.
 
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I'm not trying to downplay what they did, here, but let's lay it out clearly: they fingered the girl and felt her up. It's not like they ran a train on her. What they did was despicable and worthy of the punishment they got, absolutely, but to spend 20 years in prison on a r@pe charge as an adult, when you're an idiot 16 year old?

These two assholes (and their friends) fucked up. They let their football player attitudes fuck with their heads and screw them up. A year or two in juvie and spending the rest of your life with this hanging over you is pretty good punishment for finger banging and feeling up a passed out girl at a party.
When I was 16 I knew right from wrong. These cunts should be given 10 years each. Fuck their feelings.
 

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Yeah, but how do you get to 27?

1.) Head Coach
2.) OC
3.) DC
4.) QB coach
5.) RB coach
6.) TE coach
7.) WR coach
8.) OL coach
9.) DL coach
10.) LB coach
11.) DB coach
12.) Kicking coach
13.) Special teams coordinator?

Even if you break it down to interior/outisde OL and DL, I have a really had time seeing how 20 coaches can be on a high school team.

That said, most of those coaches are probably volunteers. And at least at my old high school, effectively all of the football coaches were also teachers who genuinely taught real classes. Except for the head coach's wife: she was just a driver's ed teacher.
All that plus being allowed volunteers so you can give 1on1 time with kids that need more work. High school program it's pretty easy. Mine had about that many and I'm in bum fuck jersey
 

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How the fuck does a HS district justify that many paid positions for a football team?
Non of them are paid except sometimes schools hire a coach. The staff is 99% teachers and volunteers
 

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Non of them are paid except sometimes schools hire a coach. The staff is 99% teachers and volunteers
That severely depends on the program. My HS had a roughly 20 deep coaching staff that consisted of only 5 volunteer coaches. The HC, OC and DC were paid very well. Considering this was back in the early 90s, making $70K to coach a HS program was a damn good salary. Hell, college coaches at that time were making lower to mid six figures on average.

He justified his salary though. My HS football team won 3 state titles in like 7 years and the games were sold out for well over a decade.

Down south, it's a different beast. Go to Florida. There are HS coaches there paid six figures, easily and have a staff that's well compensated. You don't stay in the Top 10 in the nation consistently and aren't compensated for it like Lakeland HS head coach. I guarantee that guy is making a damn good salary there.

Edit: Found an article from 2 years ago on Texas football coaches' salaries. Crazy shit.
 
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That's just how it is in some parts of the country. Football is right up there with health care, textiles and tungsten.
 

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Eh. I just don't get it.

My high school won state championships, sent players to the NFL, dominated Central PA through the early and mid 90s, and did it with 6 coaches (not counting S&C staff, which was maybe a couple of coaches). Then again, my old high school was also part of a top 20 school district in PA, with great athletics, that also had the lowest real estate taxes in Central PA and next to no school district staff. Amazing what happens when you have low overhead and you hire the best staff...
 

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That severely depends on the program. My HS had a roughly 20 deep coaching staff that consisted of only 5 volunteer coaches. The HC, OC and DC were paid very well. Considering this was back in the early 90s, making $70K to coach a HS program was a damn good salary. Hell, college coaches at that time were making lower to mid six figures on average.

He justified his salary though. My HS football team won 3 state titles in like 7 years and the games were sold out for well over a decade.

Down south, it's a different beast. Go to Florida. There are HS coaches there paid six figures, easily and have a staff that's well compensated. You don't stay in the Top 10 in the nation consistently and aren't compensated for it like Lakeland HS head coach. I guarantee that guy is making a damn good salary there.

Edit: Found an article from 2 years ago on Texas football coaches' salaries. Crazy shit.
Mine had that many and every one of them were teachers or volunteers except for the trainer and he covered all sports.