The recently dismissed Ohio State football players have pleaded not guilty to the charges of raping and kidnapping. The circumstantial evidence reports otherwise.
Due To Be Seniors Next Year, Not
Former 21-year-old defensive quarterbacks Amir Riep and Jahsen Wint were arrested this Wednesday. According to their ages, they were due to be seniors next year at their university. They were officially removed from the team on the same day they were arrested.
The Head Coach Ryan Day said in a statement that he had dismissed the two of them from their football program. Everything was official. He denied commenting on the charges, but he said it was clear that the kids didn’t live to their standards and nor his. Riep and Wint are accused of raping a woman in the Columbus apartment complex last week.
Forced Her To Say On Video
The alleged incident took place on February 4, where both of the men lived. One of the suspects allegedly forced the woman to say that whatever they did, was consensual and not rape. Apparently, according to the arrest reports, they kidnapped the woman and allegedly raped her. The woman was crying on the video when she was made to say that the act was consensual, but, it was not.
Stopped And Moved Away; No Means No
According to a Columbus detective, the arrest affidavit states that Riep and the victim were initially having consensual sex, but then the girl wanted to stop. She “stopped and moved away and, after a brief interval, stated that she did not want to continue.” Then Wint entered the room, and Riep asked her whether he could join in too.
They both grabbed her, held her down, and raped her. She was restrained by one to have oral sex with the other. The stupid men then asked her to state her name on the video and say that it was indeed “consensual.” It was consensual for a short duration, and later it became rape. But, when the woman, even if you know her, says that she doesn’t want it anymore, and you still keep going, then it is purely rape. And it should be condemned at all costs.