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An elementary school principal and two coaches in the district were indicted as well, facing misdemeanor charges including failure to report child abuse and making false statements.Shortly after the news hit that morning, Deric Lostutter, a skinny, scruffy 26-year-old programmer in Lexington, Kentucky, whipped out his cell phone and texted me a message."We were called liars and more," he wrote, but "we were right about it." He had reason to feel vindicated.As one of the most notorious members of the hacker collective, Anonymous, Lostutter battled to bring justice to Steubenville, exposing secrets of a town that's still reeling from the fallout today.He just never expected that he'd get raided by the FBI, and face more prison time than the rapists in the end.
And, like a self-ordained superhero with a new mask and a mission, Lostutter thought the power of Anonymous could help win.
On November 25th, the most notorious rape case in recent memory took yet another shocking twist.
In Steubenville, Ohio, where a 16-year-old girl was raped by two high school football players in August 2012, a grand jury indicted the city's School Superintendent, Michael Mc Vey, on felony charges of tampering with evidence and obstructing justice.
To cope with the divorce of his mom and dad — a tower guard at the local prison, famous as a location for the Blues Brothers movie — he escaped into computers, teaching himself to code.
Though he could build his own motherboard, he couldn't hack school, where, scrawny and shy, he became a frequent target. After seeing a bully dangerously punch a kid with a bad lung in the chest, Lostutter "just snapped," he says, slugging the bully so hard that his tooth busted through his lip.