On March 17, 2013, Mays and Richmond were convicted of the rape of a minor; while Richmond was back to playing football a few days after serving only 10 months out of a one-year sentence in a juvenile detention facility, Mays became the star quarterback at Ohio’s Hocking College after spending just two years behind bars.
“I don’t understand why they are prosecuting somebody who basically helped expose the rape of a minor… This is not a situation where somebody, you know, hacked a hospital or took down a nuclear power plant. This was an act of political protest about the rape of a 16-year-old girl.”
Earlier, McHugh pled guilty and admitted to hacking RollRedRoll.com. But on September 7, Lostutter pleaded not guilty to four felony counts. While his trial is scheduled to begin November 8, he faces up to 16 years in prison — five years for three hacking counts, and another year for lying to the FBI — if convicted.
“You get 16 years for forcibly entering your way into a computer, but you get one year for forcibly entering your way into a woman. I think that’s the precedent the government is setting here.”
rt reports [26 Nov, 2016] :
Earlier this week, Deric Lostutter, 29, known online as “KYAnonymous,” pleaded guilty in federal court in Kentucky to one count of conspiracy and one count of making false statements to law enforcement agents for his hack of the Steubenville (Ohio) High School football fan website Roll Red Roll in December 2012.
Lostutter has said he hacked into the site to expose information about the gang rape of an unconscious teenage girl from West Virginia by members of the football team. Two of those team members, Trent Mays and Malik Richmond, were eventually sentenced to serve time — two years and one year, respectively — in a juvenile detention center for rape and kidnap.
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