What about tears for their victim, CNN? Geesh!
And it seems to me that even this little would have been done if it wasn't for a hacker group publicizing the whole sorry affair. What values are misplaced if a community can let an enormity such as this be ignored. Rape is an ugly crime; it's not to be snickered about.
Those guys are not like most guys. Most communities would not let that kind of crime go by (I hope, at least). Most prosecutors would on this like a mockingbird on a june bug. Does being on the football team confer exemption from the responsibilities of wrongdoing? If that's the case, then God help us.
What about the other attendees at those parties? What about the guy that filmed and commented on the whole thing. Did not anyone say, "This is wrong?" Or call the police?
Those awful parties happened in private homes. Where were the homeowners, the parents? Did they also watch that poor girl get fingered?
Where did they get the booze? Who sold it? Who bought it for them?
Too much is left unsaid and unaccounted for.