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#123227 29-Jun-2013 14:25
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Gob Smacked is an English term for not believing something in this case what I read

The hacker who exposed the Rapists of Steubenville. If convicted, he could spend 10 years behind bars.
While the rapists, Ma'lik Richmond and Trenton Mays, only have to do one year.


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  #847428 30-Jun-2013 16:51
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"After the hack, a video appeared on the fan page. It showed a man wearing a Guy Fawkes mask, threatening to release social security numbers and other personal information of Steubenville football players unless they apologized to the rape victim by Jan. 1, 2013.

Lostutter told Mother Jones that he was the one in the video."


Well, he lives in America, he should have known better than to do that (above), Americans are crazy.....




I doubt he'd get the 10 years though, there'd be too much fuss, even for America the Contradictory...





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  #847495 30-Jun-2013 20:21
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Yea of course he wont get 10 years its the fact that he could that needs to be changed apparently its a possible three year sentence if you forge your age on a website in some states!




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