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Mobile billboard sends message

January 17, 2013

STEUBENVILLE — A national organization is sponsoring a mobile billboard that is traveling throughout the city this week, calling for justice in the alleged rape of a 16-year-old Weirton female....

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WeirSteuben

Jan-21-13 6:34 PM

I see where the 'Support Steubenville Rally' organizer, Jackie Sacripanti had some nice things to say about this truck on her Facebook page. Apparently a truck with a sign seeking justice for the victim is a "truck with that stupid sign on it" to her and so she "flipped him off". So glad it's all about the innocent children to her and nothing about justice. Hypocrite!

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widowmaker41

Jan-19-13 8:32 PM

I saw this billboard cruising by before I saw it on the news.. my mouth dropped and I had to smile because of the attention that Anonymous has brought to this case. Now another group is supporting this young girl, And this one doesn't wear masks! how about that! As for Dr Phil's show, I agree that it put more attention on the case, and the idea that this behavior is completely wrong and we need a new discussion about rape/victimization. As for the crackpot woman on there, and her son. they got what they wanted. 5 minutes of fame.. before their 15 minutes of infamy. I loved when Dr Phil said, fly whatever flag you want, ignoring a victim is a crime. however he said it,, loved it!

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colkrause

Jan-17-13 10:32 PM

Dr. Phil did more than this billboard could ever hope to do.

Why were the two boys on the show? Why? Emotional mom; WOW!

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JudyBlockJones

Jan-17-13 2:57 PM

Our hearts are with this young girl and her family. Since these boys took nude photos of the young girl without her permission, and sent them over the internet, that might legally constitute child ****. We hope federal law enforcement will consider getting involved.

Judy Jones, SNAP Midwest Associate Director, USA, 636-433-2511. snapjudy@gmail****, "SNAP (The Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests) is the world's oldest and largest support group for clergy abuse victims. SNAP was founded in 1988 and has more than 12,000 members. Despite the word priest in our title, we have members who were molested by religious figures of all denominations, including nuns, rabbis, bishops, teachers, Protestant ministers and increasingly, victims who were assaulted in a wide range of institutional settings like orphanages, summer camps, athletic programs, Boy Scouts, etc."

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steubenvillecondonesrape

Jan-17-13 2:45 PM

Good job UV take action against the violence

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