Stubenville judge messed up

Stubenville judge messed up

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Jock Strapp

Harrodsburg, KY

#1 Mar 18, 2013
Some football players and girls had a party and some of them got drunk. A girl got necked and a some football players played around with her a little. I will admit that some of them was dumb enough to tex about it and put in on the net, so people found out about it. The girl said she was raped. They was found guilt by a judge and they will have to go to jail. What do you expect when a girl gets necked around hot blooded boys. She should have not got drunk and she should have kept her clothes on. Now these boy's lives are ruined and maybe they could have played college ball.

Some of the people in Steubenville have blamed football. It ain't football. Kids will be kids. Football builds men.
LOL

Tucker, GA

#2 Mar 18, 2013
Hey that got what was coming to them. So it was the girl's fault she got raped. You the dumbest redneck out their. Say this in the mirror every morning NO MEANS NO REPEAT TEN TIMES EACH MORNING !!! Drunk necked or not no lady should be forced in to sex. You HOOD RAT!!!
Dana

Lebanon, KY

#3 Mar 18, 2013
LOL wrote:
Hey that got what was coming to them. So it was the girl's fault she got raped. You the dumbest redneck out their. Say this in the mirror every morning NO MEANS NO REPEAT TEN TIMES EACH MORNING !!! Drunk necked or not no lady should be forced in to sex. You HOOD RAT!!!
should check out what he wrote under the dicussion Schools in Mercer County low state academics scores..he is talking about the same thing, and going on about how sports is more important than getting a good education...he will make u sick

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#4 Mar 18, 2013
Jock Strapp wrote:
Some football players and girls had a party and some of them got drunk. A girl got necked and a some football players played around with her a little. I will admit that some of them was dumb enough to tex about it and put in on the net, so people found out about it. The girl said she was raped. They was found guilt by a judge and they will have to go to jail. What do you expect when a girl gets necked around hot blooded boys. She should have not got drunk and she should have kept her clothes on. Now these boy's lives are ruined and maybe they could have played college ball.
Some of the people in Steubenville have blamed football. It ain't football. Kids will be kids. Football builds men.
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homer

Bardstown, KY

#5 Mar 18, 2013
One True Digger wrote:
perfect response!

Since: Oct 12

Baltimore, Maryland

#6 Mar 18, 2013
homer wrote:
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perfect response!
Thank you. Excellent movie by the way. I actually speak some Norwegian from my time living abroad, but just to be honest, I had to rely on the subtitles.
Jock Strapp

Harrodsburg, KY

#7 Mar 18, 2013
Dana wrote:
<quoted text> should check out what he wrote under the dicussion Schools in Mercer County low state academics scores..he is talking about the same thing, and going on about how sports is more important than getting a good education...he will make u sick
I have read a lot about the so called rape in Stubenville. Them boys are ruined for life. Some are blaming what happened on football saying that football is so important in that town that players are above being good and moral. The times today are bad. TV and stuff and them gays getting married are just a couple of things that cause kids to be the way that they are. It ain't football.
Sports is education. I'll tell you that I learned more from playing football than I did setting in a classroom on a hard seat listening to a teacher talk about x is to y or what some fayrow did in Egypt.
Rick

Littlerock, CA

#9 Mar 18, 2013
"...Some of the people in Steubenville have blamed football. It ain't football. Kids will be kids. Football builds men."

Builds men? What kind of men? Apparently men that have no control over their own behavior and can be trusted to rape a 16 year old girl when she's venerable instead of taking care of her like a real man. Rape is rape. Having sex with a minor is rape. Statuary Rape is a crime. So, what if it was your daughter? "...builds men" ? You mean builds predators.
Scrim Shaw

Harrodsburg, KY

#10 Mar 18, 2013
I cannot come down on those two guys (and apparently those a grand jury will indict) any more than I can fault that girl. She had no business being where she was; she had no business getting so drunk she didn't know what she was doing; she may have not known what was going on and, again, the sex may have been consensual on her part. Undoubtedly it was on the boys' part. Hell, what does one expect of hot-blooded boys? And can you really blame them when she is all spread-eagled and seeming to be offering herself a living sacrifice? The entire country is blaming the two football players and seeming to hold the girl blameless. I dannot do that. Actually, I think the guys got more than an adequate sentence, maybe more than they really deserve. I'm getting tired of these young girls getting in trouble and blaming boys and then the boys who give into them catch the full impact of the law. This post deals with the Steubenville incident. I dare not get on the post of that little bitch in Arizona whose trial for killing her sometimes boyfriend and claiming it was self-defense and who has been getting more than her share of coverage on CNN is almost more than I can bear to see. Now they are going to bring in another "expert" who claims that a crime scene reveals whether a killing was cold-blooded murder or self-defense. That is nothing more than a ploy to drag the trial out longer. The defense is trying to get sympathy from the jury and thinks if he keeps her on the stand long enough, some members of the jury will get silly and give in to emotion rather than logic based on what has been brought out in the trial. In other words, the lawyer is trying to save her from the executioner. Goodness, she just about cut the poor boyfriend's head off and subjected him to any number of other lacerations so that the bathroom looked like there had been a hog-killing going on there. Our society is getting too lax. I like most young people, but some of them are out of hand. And personally I think girls get off with what they do more easily than boys. Do we really have justice? I think not. And back to Steubenville: why didn't the mama of that rape victim keep her home that night? Clearly the girl didn't know how to comport herself among her peers who were "smashed" and she had to get herself in the same shape.But she went a heck of a lot further.She threw herself down for the taking and then the next morning had severe amnesia, didn't know a thing about what had happened. Oh, that sort of thing makes my blood boil. And it should yours as well. You have, I take it, seen the pictures of the murdered boy. She did a number on him if ever such a thing was done. And what are some of us going to do in reaction if she gets off light for what she did. She deserves no pity; she deserves justice of the kind that used to be doled out before this country got so "squishy-soft" and lets some people--especially young girls--get by with the most heinous behavior. It makes me sick.
Jock Strapp

Harrodsburg, KY

#11 Mar 18, 2013
Rick wrote:
"...Some of the people in Steubenville have blamed football. It ain't football. Kids will be kids. Football builds men."
Builds men? What kind of men? Apparently men that have no control over their own behavior and can be trusted to rape a 16 year old girl when she's venerable instead of taking care of her like a real man. Rape is rape. Having sex with a minor is rape. Statuary Rape is a crime. So, what if it was your daughter? "...builds men" ? You mean builds predators.
Them boys did not put their ---- in the girl, it was a finger. You can't get pregnant from a finger. Some one else wrote on here that if she had stayed home or had not got drunk that would not have happened. 17 year old boys are easy to temp.

Football does build men. They called the football the Big Red just like we call uk the Big Blue. They would holler Roll Red at games. That teaches boys to work together just like you have to do in life. When you get hit you get back up. Football builds men.

I got to say that a bunch of kids getting drunk ain't a good thing. The boys went a little over board and the girl was there on her own. Don't know if she took off her clothes or if someone did it for her, but if the boys did it they should have know better. But they was drunk, and drunks do dumb things. It is bad that there lives are ruined forever for a little fun.
LOL

Harrodsburg, KY

#12 Mar 18, 2013
Scrim Shaw wrote:
I cannot come down on those two guys (and apparently those a grand jury will indict) any more than I can fault that girl. She had no business being where she was; she had no business getting so drunk she didn't know what she was doing; she may have not known what was going on and, again, the sex may have been consensual on her part. Undoubtedly it was on the boys' part. Hell, what does one expect of hot-blooded boys? And can you really blame them when she is all spread-eagled and seeming to be offering herself a living sacrifice? The entire country is blaming the two football players and seeming to hold the girl blameless. I dannot do that. Actually, I think the guys got more than an adequate sentence, maybe more than they really deserve. I'm getting tired of these young girls getting in trouble and blaming boys and then the boys who give into them catch the full impact of the law. This post deals with the Steubenville incident. I dare not get on the post of that little bitch in Arizona whose trial for killing her sometimes boyfriend and claiming it was self-defense and who has been getting more than her share of coverage on CNN is almost more than I can bear to see. Now they are going to bring in another "expert" who claims that a crime scene reveals whether a killing was cold-blooded murder or self-defense. That is nothing more than a ploy to drag the trial out longer. The defense is trying to get sympathy from the jury and thinks if he keeps her on the stand long enough, some members of the jury will get silly and give in to emotion rather than logic based on what has been brought out in the trial. In other words, the lawyer is trying to save her from the executioner. Goodness, she just about cut the poor boyfriend's head off and subjected him to any number of other lacerations so that the bathroom looked like there had been a hog-killing going on there. Our society is getting too lax. I like most young people, but some of them are out of hand. And personally I think girls get off with what they do more easily than boys. Do we really have justice? I think not. And back to Steubenville: why didn't the mama of that rape victim keep her home that night? Clearly the girl didn't know how to comport herself among her peers who were "smashed" and she had to get herself in the same shape.But she went a heck of a lot further.She threw herself down for the taking and then the next morning had severe amnesia, didn't know a thing about what had happened. Oh, that sort of thing makes my blood boil. And it should yours as well. You have, I take it, seen the pictures of the murdered boy. She did a number on him if ever such a thing was done. And what are some of us going to do in reaction if she gets off light for what she did. She deserves no pity; she deserves justice of the kind that used to be doled out before this country got so "squishy-soft" and lets some people--especially young girls--get by with the most heinous behavior. It makes me sick.
So because they are jocks they should be allowed to act like animals ? I agree the girl may have been out of hand. I ran a juvenile unit and the main problem is not the kids but the parents they try to be their Best friend and not parents to the kids. Kids today run the parents and the parents let them. Everyone open your eyes Be the Parent and take control
big men

Versailles, KY

#13 Mar 18, 2013
Did you see how the big men built by football were bawling like little babies when the punishment was handed out?I guess they might end up knowing what it feels like to get raped before they get out!
Mad Momma

Harrodsburg, KY

#14 Mar 18, 2013
Scrim Shaw wrote:
I cannot come down on those two guys (and apparently those a grand jury will indict) any more than I can fault that girl. She had no business being where she was; she had no business getting so drunk she didn't know what she was doing; she may have not known what was going on and, again, the sex may have been consensual on her part. Undoubtedly it was on the boys' part. Hell, what does one expect of hot-blooded boys? And can you really blame them when she is all spread-eagled and seeming to be offering herself a living sacrifice? The entire country is blaming the two football players and seeming to hold the girl blameless. I dannot do that. Actually, I think the guys got more than an adequate sentence, maybe more than they really deserve. I'm getting tired of these young girls getting in trouble and blaming boys and then the boys who give into them catch the full impact of the law. This post deals with the Steubenville incident. I dare not get on the post of that little bitch in Arizona whose trial for killing her sometimes boyfriend and claiming it was self-defense and who has been getting more than her share of coverage on CNN is almost more than I can bear to see. Now they are going to bring in another "expert" who claims that a crime scene reveals whether a killing was cold-blooded murder or self-defense. That is nothing more than a ploy to drag the trial out longer. The defense is trying to get sympathy from the jury and thinks if he keeps her on the stand long enough, some members of the jury will get silly and give in to emotion rather than logic based on what has been brought out in the trial. In other words, the lawyer is trying to save her from the executioner. Goodness, she just about cut the poor boyfriend's head off and subjected him to any number of other lacerations so that the bathroom looked like there had been a hog-killing going on there. Our society is getting too lax. I like most young people, but some of them are out of hand. And personally I think girls get off with what they do more easily than boys. Do we really have justice? I think not. And back to Steubenville: why didn't the mama of that rape victim keep her home that night? Clearly the girl didn't know how to comport herself among her peers who were "smashed" and she had to get herself in the same shape.But she went a heck of a lot further.She threw herself down for the taking and then the next morning had severe amnesia, didn't know a thing about what had happened. Oh, that sort of thing makes my blood boil. And it should yours as well. You have, I take it, seen the pictures of the murdered boy. She did a number on him if ever such a thing was done. And what are some of us going to do in reaction if she gets off light for what she did. She deserves no pity; she deserves justice of the kind that used to be doled out before this country got so "squishy-soft" and lets some people--especially young girls--get by with the most heinous behavior. It makes me sick.
How dare you and the fool that calls himself Jock Strap blame the girl. I did some research. This town worshiped football. These "men" were allowed to think that they were so important that they could do anything. Football in that town became too important. I hope that Strap is not a strong supporter of Mercer County football. Heaven help us if he is and if there are others like him. We also must keep a close watch on our coaches. I heard some bad things about a former coach. I hope that they were not true, but I for one will learn from Steubenville, and look carefully at Mercer football and I urge other mothers do the same. I am not saying that we have the same problems as Steubenville, but that we need to make certain that any sport, especially football does not become the most important function of Mercer County High School.
Tits McGee

Harrodsburg, KY

#15 Mar 18, 2013
Jock Strapp wrote:
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Them boys did not put their ---- in the girl, it was a finger. You can't get pregnant from a finger. Some one else wrote on here that if she had stayed home or had not got drunk that would not have happened. 17 year old boys are easy to temp.
Football does build men. They called the football the Big Red just like we call uk the Big Blue. They would holler Roll Red at games. That teaches boys to work together just like you have to do in life. When you get hit you get back up. Football builds men.
I got to say that a bunch of kids getting drunk ain't a good thing. The boys went a little over board and the girl was there on her own. Don't know if she took off her clothes or if someone did it for her, but if the boys did it they should have know better. But they was drunk, and drunks do dumb things. It is bad that there lives are ruined forever for a little fun.
Your very forum name makes my skin crawl. You are the perfect example why I dislike many men. I may be a lesbian, but I am six to a half dozen of the likes of you any day. I will bet that you are a UK fan and the kind that is dying to vote for Judd because she shows her face and butt at UK ball games and you are stupid enough to think that she is a UK fan.

Mothers teach your girls to respect themselves. If the girl in the Steubenville case had respected herself she would not have been trashed by idiots that thought because they played a juvenile sport that they could do as they pleased.

Jock or whatever your name is you are an uneducated lout who does not have a clue about what it takes to make a man. Clearly football did not make you a human being, let alone a man. You rejected education and I expect you have a low life job. You indicate that it is not so bad because the thugs only inserted their finger and that fingers can't make a person pregnant. Look stupid, and any boy who is reading this. You have no right to stick anything in a girl if she does not tell you to do it, and you'd be wise to keep your pants zipped until you are mature enough to be a real man, and boys playing football does not make you a man by a long shot.
The way it is

Harrodsburg, KY

#16 Mar 19, 2013
Mad Momma wrote:
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How dare you and the fool that calls himself Jock Strap blame the girl. I did some research. This town worshiped football. These "men" were allowed to think that they were so important that they could do anything. Football in that town became too important. I hope that Strap is not a strong supporter of Mercer County football. Heaven help us if he is and if there are others like him. We also must keep a close watch on our coaches. I heard some bad things about a former coach. I hope that they were not true, but I for one will learn from Steubenville, and look carefully at Mercer football and I urge other mothers do the same. I am not saying that we have the same problems as Steubenville, but that we need to make certain that any sport, especially football does not become the most important function of Mercer County High School.
I grew up in what is called title town. Danville takes football way to serious. Thank goodness the little God/Coach left after last year. Winning was everything to him, and much of Danville agreed. I wonder if some of our players got into trouble if the town would be divided like Steubenville was? I agree with you. Mothers and fathers should not put blind faith in coaches. Watch them and make it known if you think something is wrong. But, if you see something good, make that known too.
Well Oh Well

Richmond, KY

#17 Mar 19, 2013
Kinda reminds me of the Elder-Compton case... He gets all the trouble an she walks away innocently like nothing is her fault. Perhaps not spreading your legs 149 times.....
Keri

Lebanon, KY

#18 Mar 19, 2013
Jock Strapp wrote:
Some football players and girls had a party and some of them got drunk. A girl got necked and a some football players played around with her a little. I will admit that some of them was dumb enough to tex about it and put in on the net, so people found out about it. The girl said she was raped. They was found guilt by a judge and they will have to go to jail. What do you expect when a girl gets necked around hot blooded boys. She should have not got drunk and she should have kept her clothes on. Now these boy's lives are ruined and maybe they could have played college ball.
Some of the people in Steubenville have blamed football. It ain't football. Kids will be kids. Football builds men.
its men like u that make me sick.I dont give a *amn if she was drunk or necked, if she said NO, NO MEANS NO.
face it

Somerset, KY

#19 Mar 19, 2013
The girl was raped.
Well Oh Well

Richmond, KY

#20 Mar 19, 2013
Jock Strapp wrote:
Some football players and girls had a party and some of them got drunk. A girl got necked and a some football players played around with her a little. I will admit that some of them was dumb enough to tex about it and put in on the net, so people found out about it. The girl said she was raped. They was found guilt by a judge and they will have to go to jail. What do you expect when a girl gets necked around hot blooded boys. She should have not got drunk and she should have kept her clothes on. Now these boy's lives are ruined and maybe they could have played college ball.
Some of the people in Steubenville have blamed football. It ain't football. Kids will be kids. Football builds men.
Im a little confused... whenyou said a girl got "necked".. WTH?? Did you mean "naked"??
Jock Strapp

Harrodsburg, KY

#21 Mar 19, 2013
Keri wrote:
<quoted text>its men like u that make me sick.I dont give a *amn if she was drunk or necked, if she said NO, NO MEANS NO.
How do you know what she said or if she said yes or no? They was drunk. She was drunk. They was having fun. Boys and girls that age are hot. Maybe she took off her own clothes or maybe they did. The did not really rape her, they just used a finger. If they really wanted to do it they would have but something else in there.

So they got carried away and went a little too far. The boys lives are ruined. They girl ain't pregnant and if she was good before that night she still is a virgin. She will be alright and they won't.

And some of the old bitties in the town got all hot and bothered and blamed football. Football builds men. It ain't football's fault.

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