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Attorney General Says Steubenville City Schools Superintendent Deleted E-Mails on Steubenville Rape Case

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Steubenville City Schools Superintendent Michael McVey allegedly deleted computer information and e-mails or had others do it during the Steubenville rape case investigation, according to a document released by the Ohio Attorney Generals Office.    
The document states that McVey allegedly failed to provide or lied about information regarding the investigation, made emails with false or misleading information, directed others to create records after the fact, created a timeline after the first subpoena was served and acted in a way to hinder/obstruct/mislead the official investigation being done.

The document also included that McVey allegedly influenced or discouraged others from assisting in the investigation of missing iPads and other items of which Hannah Rhinaman stole from the school.   

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McVey who has been on leave from his position as Superintendent, was indicted on obstructing justice, tampering with evidence, obstructing official business and falsification.
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