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Steubenville Website Hacked Again, Protests Planned

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Operation "Roll Red Roll" continues as the Steubenville football website has been hacked once again.

Knight Sec also claims the group Anonymous has hacked into webmaster Jim Park's email. The group says they have found possible child pornography in his account.

They also claim Parks has possibly been hiring the football team to go to different parties and send him pictures of girls they take advantage of. WTRF has not confirmed any of this with authorities. Again, this is what Knight Sec claims to have found in Parks email account.

Parks has responded to those claims in the Herald Star calling them "ridiculous" and saying "I don't even know any of the (Big Red) football players. I know the superintendent (Mike McVey) and a few coaches, but that's it."

Meanwhile, two peaceful demonstrations are being organized to show support for the alleged victim in the Steubenville rape case.

The events are being called Occupy Steubenville.  They will be held on December 29 and January 5 at the Steubenville City Hall. Protests will begin at noon.

Organizers say the events are being held to show support for the victim. Organizers also assert the city can no longer suffer oppression from corrupt officials.

Interest in the case has caused a Hollywood star to follow the case as well. Comedienne  Rosanne Barr has headed to Twitter with her opinion on this story.

A tweet from Barr dated December 23 on the case says, "Steubenville, Ohio's filthy authority figures need to stop protecting rapist athletes. #Coaches, #parents, #cops, #lawyers, #newspapers, #expect us."

The comedienne later tweeted on Christmas Day, December 25, "hey guys: let's take a step back 4 a day or 2-we don't want to destroy any more young ppl's lives. Let the police do their duty. #dueprocess"

Recently, Forbes.com released an article on what they describe as, "the rape case the Internet won't let fade away."

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