The Magazine August 2013 - Page 15

Crimes are occurring to every city, town or a suburb, and each boy and girl is vulnerable to become athletes in the near future, but at least it is not the burden of proof. Two all-star high school athletes were accused of taking more than just unprotected sex. The Steubenville, Ohio rape case has horrified people throughout the country, and so does students from Ohio State, which is home of the Buckeyes.

Tennis superstar Serena Williams certainly claims that she wants to slap a victim's face instead she's not pointing at her. "But if you’re a 16-year-old and you’re drunk like that, your parents should teach you: Don’t take drinks from other people. She’s 16, why was she that drunk where she doesn’t remember?” she said, "She's lucky."

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Back in August, a drunk 16-year-old, whose an honor student and a athlete at a private religious high school in Weirton, West Virginia, was denigrated while high school football players stood idly by and took pictures they later uploaded onto social media sites. The pictures became national news, including one of the victim being carried by her arms and ankles like a rag doll.

A judge ruled on Sunday that Trent Mays, 17, and Ma'lik Richmond, 16, had raped the girl by penetrating her with their fingers (which is rape under Ohio law).

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