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As if she hasn’t been through enough already, the victim of the now-famous Steubenville rape – in which the unconscious girl was sexually assaulted by multiple “friends” on the high school football team while many others stood by and not only did nothing, but photographed and videotaped it – now has to deal with these two nitwits.
Two of the victim’s female “friends”, who have apparently fallen under the spell of the town’s football-players-are-God culture, took to Twitter and Facebook to make unspecified threats against the victim, reportedly because they were angry she was drunk at the party in question.
Attorney General Mike DeWine made this obvious (but apparently still necessary) statement after the arrests:
“Let me be clear,” DeWine says in a statement on his official website. “Threatening a teenage rape victim will not be tolerated. If anyone makes a threat verbally or via the internet, we will take it seriously, we will find you, and we will arrest you.”
If you don’t know not to threaten a rape victim, you’re an idiot. If you don’t know not to do it online, you’re an even bigger idiot.
And that’s why you pay attention in school and eat your vegetables.