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Rape suspect allowed to travel to California

January 10, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — One of two Steubenville High School defendants in a rape case pending in Jefferson County Juvenile Court was allowed to travel to California last week, a court official has confirme....

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RETIRED

Jan-10-13 6:41 PM

Who is this Judge Lipps ???? You've got to be kidding,, To Cali. W.O.W. !!!!

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iceman

Jan-10-13 11:50 PM

In what other state or town is a rapist allowed to go on vacation. Put him back in jail till these idiots come back.This goes to show every thing being said is true.Nothing will happen to these rapist or any other person involved. Now i believe everything not one thing done about the coach threatening the reporter or his family. Coverup all the way. I gave them the benefit of the doubt but no more And who are these people taking in this kid doesn't say much for them. Just because there son has to go doesn't mean the rapist has to go. Now I see why the kidnapping was droped inside job all the way. I could do a better job investigating this.I hope Carma gets all involved.

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LetItBe

Jan-11-13 7:24 AM

Never should have been allowed to "go on vacation". Smelling a cover-up. Shame on the system for allowing this boy to go in the first place.

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