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Hackers leak video of Ohio rape suspects bragging about alleged crimes

Warning: This video contains strong language and may be disturbing to some people.

The small town of Steubenville, Ohio has been shaken by a video that appears to be an admission of the rape and sexual assault of an under-aged girl at a party.

The video, above, was allegedly taken by high school students at a party and leaked by a hacker group to the online news site, Deadspin. The boys in the clip describe the violent gang-rape of an unconscious girl who was in the next room.

Despite how graphic and disturbing the video was, Dori watched it all. He thinks that the most disturbing thing about the video is that all of the boys there knew what happened to the drugged girl and didn't care.

"Just to see the soullessness of the kid, it's one of the most disturbing things you'll ever see," said Dori.

The boys in the video joke about the girl being raped, and laugh about her getting pregnant by one of them. The boys also say that the girl, who has not been named, isn't moving and appears to be unconscious. Photos that were published earlier by blogger Alex Goddard show the girl's limp body carried by two boys into another room.

The boys even speculate that she might even be dead and that the incident could be used as the beginning of a CSI crime show episode.

"She's deader than OJ's wife," one of the boys says.

Jillian Raftery, KIRO Radio Editor
Jillian Raftery is an afternoon editor at KIRO Radio. She loves the neighborly vibe of the Pacific Northwest and spends as much time as possible outdoors.
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