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Facebook Page Titled “The Real Steubenville Story”

As you know, there have been people in Steubenville attempting to undermine the public and media regarding the Big Red Rape Case. I know of 2 women Jackie Sacripanti, and Nicole Lamantia who are behind this. In fact, they are not getting the real info out. Although some info I acknowledge has been false, there are facts damaging to Steubenville that certain people are just trying to cover up. 

Out pops this Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Real-Steubenville-Story/497416486963713

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I’ve gone through this Facebook Page (Founded on January 27,2013) Interesting because this is around the date 2 blogs started by these same people were deleted. 

  • They revisit a lawsuit dismissed and settled 2 months ago. Why revisit something that’s over? They want to trash the blogger Prinnie. 

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So far, that’s really all that page has accomplished. I advise you to report this page for the slanderous material posted by those who own this page. 

UPDATE- I was just infofmed the page has been removed. I guess people can’t stand the heat.

Alexandria Goddard: STOP THE RUMORS!

Alexandria Goddard of Prinniefied.com clears up the rumors about her Defamation Lawsuit.

“There has been a lot of false
information being disseminated
regarding the dismissal of the
defamation suit filed against
myself and 25 unnamed John Doe
Defendants and I wanted to take a
moment to clear up some of those
rumors. First and foremost, there
was no settlement in terms of
agreements not to discuss the
case or even stop talking about
Cody Saltsman. On or about
December 20, the Plaintiffs
approached us wishing to dismiss
the defamation claim WITH
PREJUDICE. They asked if Cody
could post a statement on my blog,
and I was glad to allow him to do
so. I did not HAVE to do anything,
nor was I forced to post anything
about the case in return for a
dismissal. I chose to provide a
statement because many people
were following the case and
wanted to know what was going
on.

I was not forced to stop talking
about Cody or the case. If I wanted
to call him a little booger eater…I
could, but I won’t. What he did was
really crappy and there is no
excuse for it, but at least he made
the attempt to right his wrongs. As
part of the settlement we did not
pay any money; we did not agree
to retract any statements, nor did
we agree to stop covering the case
or discussing it. I was glad that
Cody wanted to make a statement.
In all honesty, whether people
choose to believe him or not — he
is the ONLY person thus far to
have the testicular fortitude to
stand before the public’s judging
eyes and try to explain his actions
or inaction that night. For that, I do
give the kid MUCH credit. He has
done more in that respect than any
adults who have been implicated in
this nightmare of a case. There
were never any threats made to
him or others on this site. People
discussed this case much like you
and someone who might be
sharing a cup of coffee and
discussing a hot news item.

blog afforded locals a place to talk
about the case, and individuals
theorized and discussed rumors
that they heard. I had many inside
sources from various agencies in
Steubenville and if something was
a rumor and I could confirm that it
was so — I posted that info to try to
clear up any misinformation. I do
not post anything that I can’t vet.
Why didn’t I talk to the New York
Times? I was being SUED and my
attorneys made a statement for
me.

I have never accused law
enforcement of not doing their
jobs. I know many of the
policemen who wear the uniform of
Steubenville Police Department
and have known the chief for many
years. I would never say anything
to demean or malign them. I have
maintained all along that I am not
law enforcement and I have no
knowledge of the way they
investigated this case other than
what has been released via the
media or through court
transcripts. Perhaps the
department was overwhelmed and
understaffed to handle an
investigation with a cyber
component as they referred the
hacking of rollredroll to the federal
authorities. I have, however,
encouraged people who do have
questions or concerns to speak
out. I believe in the right to
maintain an opinion and to uphold
the First Amendment – as proven
by my refusal to not request
dismissal based on jurisdiction
and a Section 230 defense. I could
have easily walked away from this
case early on and left my
commenters hanging, but instead
of running away – I chose to stay
and fight for what I believed in.
Opinions are not always nice, but
that is the type of speech that
needs to be protected the most.

This case is very important on
many different levels: both legally
and socially. I leave you with a
copy of the settlement and release
so that you can view it and make
your own informed decision.”

Well, there ya go. Stop the rumors, stop hating.

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