By Tara Culp-Ressler on Jun 7, 2013 at 10:20 am
Deric Lostutter (Credit: Mother Jones)
The Steubenville rape case, in which two high school football players were convicted of sexually assaulting a young girl at a party, helped spark a national conversation about consent, victim-blaming, and rape culture. The case gained national attention after the “hacktivist” group Anonymous leaked significant social media evidence implicating the assailants — including tweets, Instagram photos, and a 12-minute video of Steubenville high schoolers joking about the rape. But it turns out that working to expose those rapists may land one Anonymous hacker more time in prison than the rapists themselves will serve.
- Hacker Who Exposed Steubenville Rapists Raided By FBI, Faces Ten-Year Prison Sentence (disinfo.com)
- Hacker Who Exposed Steubenville Rape Case Could Spend More Time Behind Bars Than The Rapists (alternet.org)
- Man Who Helped Expose Steubenville Rapists Faces More Jail Time Than They Do (addictinginfo.org)
- Hacker Who Exposed Steubenville Rape Case Could Spend More Time Behind Bars Than The Rapists (libertycrier.com)