That recent episode in Ohio doesn’t appear to be an isolated incident. How sick are these people to taunt a 13-year-old after she was allegedly raped?
Two members of the Torrington High School football team have been charged with sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl who has been taunted on social media sites in recent weeks by dozens of classmates upset at the allegations.
The Register Citizen reports ( ) the two 18-year-old football players, Edgar Gonzalez and Joan Toribio have been charged with felony second-degree sexual assault and other crimes in a police investigation that began last month. Both have pleaded not guilty.
Details of the allegations have been sealed from public view.
Gonzalez also has a pending robbery case from last year, but was allowed to play in past football season.
And colleges are accused of being lax by allowing players facing criminal charges to suit up.
The athletic director, who should be seeking new employment, shrugged it off.
Athletic Director Mike McKenna said, “If you think there’s some wild band of athletes that are wandering around then I think you’re mistaken.”
“If you look at crime statistics these things happen everywhere and we’re not any different than any other community,” said McKenna. But on social media in recent weeks, dozens of athletes and Torrington High School students, male and female, have taunted the 13-year-old victim, calling her a “whore,” criticizing her for “snitching” and “ruining the lives” of the 18-year-old football players, and bullying students who defend her.
This is sickening:
Yup, it’s all her fault:
What’s the punishment for young hoes? Being raped again?