Virtus: Documentary Short on Steubenville

I wish there were a way I could embed the video itself, but there isn’t.  Someone brought this to my attention last night on Twitter.  In 12 minutes it really sums up why everyone is mad at Steubenville.  The opportunity was there for them to change the way the world views them, but instead of creating change they perpetuated bullying and embraced rape culture. http://www.viewster.com/movie/1286-19083-000/virtus/# Original title: Virtus USA | 2014 | 13 min. Languages available: EN Genre: Documentary, Making a Change Director: Jeffrey Scott Richards, Jenny Rebekah Richards Cast: Rebecca Mikesell, Ohio Anonymous Website A documentary centered around the infamous Steubenville rape case detailing how ‘Anonymous’ and the group ‘Sisters Of Jane’ rose up to find justice in this small Ohio town. … Continue reading →

Steubenville, Ohio: Planet Earth’s Epicenter of Rape Culture

Yesterday I wrote about Ma’lik Richmond’s upcoming court hearing to determine whether his Tier II sex offender status would be revised. I also posted screenshots from his Twitter account where he was referring to women as “thots” which is a derogatory term for whore or slut.  Based on his comments, it is my opinion that he has not learned a lesson.  He was at the center of an internationally reported rape case, but rather than keep his derogatory comments about women in private, he posted them publicly.  Did he think that no one would notice or did he even worry that his VICTIM might see his comments about girls? Today Judge Lipps ruled to reduce the classification.  He stated that the goal is “continued rehabilitation”, but has Ma’lik Richmond been rehabilitated?  When Ma’lik returned to the football field this season the town cheered for him.  THEY CHEERED FOR A CONVICTED … Continue reading →

#Steubenville: Lesson Learned? Richmond Thinks THOT

  According to WTRF, convicted rapist  and All Eastern District D4 Defensive Player of the Year – #Steubenville Senior Ma’lik Richmond  is scheduled to be in court Friday, Nov. 14, where a judge could lower his sex offender registration status.  Currently, Ma’lik is a  Tier II sex offender, which requires him to register with state officials every 180 days for the next 20 years. The city of Steubenville has done everything in its power to make sure that not only did Ma’lik return to the field after he was released from his one year stint in juvenile detention, but that he was and continues to be glorified for his ability to catch a ball – and not be reminded that he RAPED someone.  Life has gone on just fine for Ma’lik.  The only people who continue to want him to show that he is remorseful is…the rest of the world.  Steubenville … Continue reading →

RIP Mr. Limberios

I just heard about Mike Limberios’ passing, and am so saddened by it.  Over a year ago the Limberios family contacted me via their attorney and asked if I could help get some attention on their son Jake’s case.  Jake was killed by a single bullet fired on March 12, 2012 with Jake’s .357 Magnum handgun.  Sandusky County coroner John Wukie ruled his death an accidental suicide – which in itself is an oxymoron.  How can someone accidentally try to commit suicide when suicide is an intentional action? Mike Limberios fought hard to have his son’s death certificate changed, and in the end that never happened but it didn’t change his willpower and desire to help other families who might have to deal with the way Ohio coroners deal with such situations.  He fought for Jake’s Law and brought national attention to Jake’s case. Rest in peace, Mr. Limberios.  Others should … Continue reading →

Steubenville’s Been Pepper’ed

While I was cruising Twitter earlier I came upon the latest in the Ohio race for Attorney General and there was some discussion about how accurate the statement is that three “watched” the rape for hours and laughed.  So I dug up news reports of their testimony.  I guess you can decide for yourself how accurate the claim is: Immunity Recipient #1 Anthony Craig, 18, said he could see the victim getting more drunk throughout the night. “Just the way she handled herself and was walking and talking to people,” Craig said. He said he went to Cole’s house where Cole showed him a video of what happened in Cole’s car. Craig, who admitted to having a relationship with the victim, said he saw the victim naked in Cole’s basement. He said he saw Richmond laying beside her but couldn’t tell what Richmond was doing. He said Mays was smacking … Continue reading →

Sayreville, NJ High School Cancels Football

A hazing incident that “went too far” is at the center of the investigation into the Sayreville, NJ high school football team.  The superintendent took a very proactive stance and canceled the rest of the football season.  My thoughts are GOOD ON YA, Mr. Superintendent!! Mr. Labbe said it all — it is time.  Time for people to stand up for what is right rather than ignoring it or becoming part of the problem. “We need all of our student-athletes, all of our students, heck, all students in the state, in this nation, to understand that the one true way to stop bullying is for those bystanders to do the right thing and become up-standers and report to an adult or someone at an authority level of what is going on. They have a moral and ethical responsibility to prevent harm. Emotional harm or physical harm from being performed on … Continue reading →

Alleged Kicking Grounds for Suspension…but RAPE? PLAY BALL #STEUBENVILLE!!

Post by WTRF 7News. CAMERON –The Cameron High School community is questioning a controversial call made at a Friday night game that resulted in a senior football player being ejected from the game and suspended for two games, with one of those games being “Senior Night.”Senior Dalton Wood was ejected from the Cameron-Beallsville game after a referee accused him of kicking an opposing player who was laying on the ground. However, due to a video of the alleged incident circulating on social media, many say they fail to see the supposed kick. Making some residents even more upset is that there is no appeals process for ejections from games in West Virginia and Ohio. For starters, I’m not an avid football watcher but to me – it doesn’t look like a kick. What it looks like is that he was trying to push himself up by pushing his leg out … Continue reading →

OPERATION TROOPS Is Another McQuown SCAM!

I have written about Leonard McQuown in the past regarding his Operation Walk America, Operation Walk, among his other VERY questionable charities he has devised over the past few years.  In my short time of following this character, he has proven time and time again that his mission is not to help homeless veterans but to fill his pockets by using the plight of homeless veterans as a marketing platform. Today, McQuown decided that it was time to run around his Florida neighborhood have people pay him for it, and he had the audacity to do so in honor of 9/11.  This makes his fraud even more deprave if that’s even possible at this point.  To use our homeless American servicemen and women as a way to prey on giving people is despicable.  Not ONE PENNY has EVER been accounted for.  McQuown has NEVER shown proof that ANY veterans organization … Continue reading →

Deborah Still Reaches for the Sky

Since being outed Deborah Still aka Jordan_Renee91 has pulled the “I was h4x0r3d” excuse and continues to dig her hole a little deeper on Twitter.  I am going to update this post and continue to post screenshots of all the Shrew Crew on the forum because it is important for people to realize that the kids behaved badly for a reason…the adults in their lives.  These people are bullies, liars, and victim blamers. She has already alerted her work but she’s “not Deb”.  She has no desire to make anyone jobless, but she and her crew of hateful pals have not only threatened to contact employers, identified employers of those who they disagree with and have tweeted to employers…BUT she is worried about her own conduct at her employer? REALLY?  It sure hasn’t stopped her from Tweeting to my business account or others and maligning me and my business.  In … Continue reading →