Откройте для себя все, что может предложить Scribd, включая книги и аудиокниги от крупных издательств. STEUBENVILLE, Ohio Two high school football stars were found guilty on Sunday of raping a year-old girl last summer in a case that drew national attention for the way social media spurred the initial prosecution and later helped galvanize national outrage. Because the victim did not remember what had happened, scores of text messages and cellphone pictures provided much of the evidence. They were proof as well, some said, that Steubenville High Schools powerhouse football team held too much sway over other teenagers, who documented and traded pictures of the assault while doing little or nothing to protect the girl. One of the football players, Trent Mays, 17, who had been a quarterback, was sentenced to serve at least two years in the state juvenile system.
Ohio Teenagers Guilty in Rape That Social Media Brought to Light
Ohio Teenagers Guilty in Rape That Social Media Brought to Light | Misconduct | Crime & Violence
However, the number of unjust HIV criminalisation cases and HIV-related criminal laws across the world continue to increase, requiring more attention, co-ordinated advocacy, and funding. Although the full report is currently only available in English, a four-page executive summary is available now in English, French, Russian and Spanish. The full report will be translated into these languages and made available later this summer. HIV criminalisation describes the unjust application of criminal and similar laws to people living with HIV based on HIV-positive status, either via HIV-specific criminal statutes or general criminal or similar laws.