Deric Lostutter aka KYANONYMOUS arraignment

Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by Deric Lostutter, Sep 5, 2016.

  1. New old member here. Formally known as KYANONYMOUS now federally indicted for speaking out against rape culture facing 16 years in prison. My arraignment is in Lexington, KY at 230 pm eastern on Sep 7th 2016
  2. By The Associated Press |
    Posted: Mon 2:55 PM, Sep 05, 2016

    LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) -- A Virginia man has pleaded guilty to helping a Kentucky man access an online account to draw attention to a 2012 high school rape case in Ohio.
    The Lexington Herald-Leader reports Noah McHugh of Alexandria, Virginia, pleaded guilty in federal court in Lexington to accessing a computer without authorization. McHugh admitted helping a Winchester, Kentucky, resident known online as "KYAnonymous" access a website.
    The case is related to federal charges against Deric Lostutter, who lived in Winchester in December 2012, when he's accused of taking part in hacking into the computer of a man who ran a fan website for Steubenville High School athletics. Lostutter is scheduled to be arraigned this month on separate federal charges.
    McHugh is to be sentenced in December.
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  7. What a hypocritical cunt you are.
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  8. It surprises me constantly how you have the temerity to show yourself here you two faced cunt.
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  10. so much of deric is searchable here.
    Even with the ridiculous charges, he has few friends.
  11. Jay Leiderman@JayLeidermanLaw 8m8 minutes ago
    Advice to heed for those under investigation: Don't fame whore. Don't call out the government.Don't alienate everyone who once supported you

    Jay Leiderman@JayLeidermanLaw
    The last tweet was not directed at anyone. Just friendly advice to make sure one is not indicted just because one's attitude sucks.

    Jay Leiderman@JayLeidermanLaw 2m2 minutes ago
    .@__C_h_i_n_g__ true dat. @TorEkelandPC is a hero. Representing the unpopular is a defense attorney's lot in life; difficult; unrewarding.

    Deric's ed page
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    Bad day, sweetie?
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  13. How is this even referred to as a "justice system"? What fucking justice is anybody referring to? Because this verdict was chosen by the damn "justice system" and justice isn't quite the proper word. I am infuriated.
  14. The Wrong Guy Member

    I wish I had some better news than this.

    Hacker who helped expose Ohio rape case pleads guilty, faces more prison time than rapists | RT America


    A Kentucky man who, in 2012, hacked into an online account for followers of a Ohio high school's football team to expose a gang rape of a teenage girl has pleaded guilty to charges associated with the hack. He is facing a longer term than the rapists.

    Earlier this week, Deric Lostutter, 29, known online as "KYAnonymous," pleaded guilty in federal court in Kentucky to one count of conspiracy and one count of making false statements to law enforcement agents for his hack of the Steubenville (Ohio) High School football fan website Roll Red Roll in December 2012.

    Lostutter has said he hacked into the site to expose information about the gang rape of an unconscious teenage girl from West Virginia by members of the football team. Two of those team members, Trent Mays and Malik Richmond, were eventually sentenced to serve time — two years and one year, respectively — in a juvenile detention center for rape and kidnap.


    The Roll Red Roll site was hacked with a video from "KYAnonymous" which showed evidence of the 2012 rape, including video taken and shared by the crime's perpetrators in which they joked about the assault. The hack also included threats to disclose details of the school faculty members and parents involved in covering up the rape if those who were responsible didn’t come forward and apologize.

    In a plea agreement, Lostutter said he conspired with another hacker, Noah McHugh, to access the fan site in December 2012, four months after arrests were made in the case. The pair intended "to bring attention to the August 2012 rape, to harass and intimidate people, and to gain notoriety and publicity for their online identities," according to Lostutter's plea agreement, Reuters reported.

    Lostutter faces a maximum of up to five years in prison for each charge. He will be sentenced in March, Reuters reported. His defense did not comment on the plea agreement. In September, he pleaded not guilty to four felony counts of hacking.

    McHugh pleaded guilty in September to illegally accessing a computer.

    The rape case made national headlines following the arrest of the two Steubenville High School football team members in August 2012. The self-proclaimed “rape crew” dragged the unconscious victim from party to party and later shared videos and photographs of the assaults. The teenage girl said she drank from a red cup and became so intoxicated she couldn’t stop the assault.

    When the victim attempted to press charges, her character was attacked in the town, leaders of which have been accused of trying to cover up the crime. Following the conviction of Richmond and Mays, a grand jury indicted four school officials over the scandal, with half of the charges related to another rape of a 14-year-old girl in April 2012. In 2015, the school’s technology director pled guilty to deleting files related to the football-related rape case.

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    Prolly like Aaron, they scared him with years and he pled.
  16. Kilia Member

    I'm so sorry, Deric! :(

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