Confirmed: 2 Ohio High School football players found guilty of rape





Two teenage High School football players have been found guilty for the rape of a drunken 16-year-old girl in Ohio.

The accused 17-year-old Trent Mays handed a minimum of 2-years in a detention center and 16-year-old Ma'Lik Richmond was sentenced to a minimum of 1-year in a detention center.

Both shed tears after the verdict was read out in court today. Mays and Richmond are accused of taking the drunken 16-year-old from a party and raping her in the back of a car, then took her to another location where they continued their assault.

A video footage of the assault was uploaded to social media sites which outraged many persons.

The rape case has divided the Steubenville, Ohio community with police officers being accused of a cover up to protect the football players.



  
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