Thursday, September 12, 2013
Another 'Steubenville' at Vanderbilt?
Finally getting some much-needed attention is the sexual assault case featuring, yes, football players, at Vanderbilt, with four indicted, charges of cover-up, sharing of visual images, claims that the coach ordered a video to be deleted, and more. Alleged similarities to the Steubenville case include: "The alleged assault took place after the unconscious victim was moved to another location, presumably without her consent. The high schoolers convicted in the Steubenville case were originally charged with kidnapping because they transported their unconscious victim to other parties without her consent. The same thing may have happened at Vanderbilt."
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