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Stuebenville, Ohio NAACP president defends Steubenville rapist

Royal Mayo, President of the Steubenville, Ohio NAACP Chapter

Steubenville, Ohio NAACP president Royal Mayo defended the convicted rapist Ma’lik Richmond, saying the victim wanted it.

Ma’lik and another white accomplice raped a white sixteen year old victim after she passed out at a party. Photos of the victims lifeless body being carried around were posted on the internet. One of the perps sent twitter messages bragging about the assault and even calling it “rape.”

The NAACP was founded in 1909 by Marxist radicals to recruit black people as a voting bloc for the left-wing. In Today the NAACP mostly defends black criminals and fights against laws that would help the police fight crime.

From International Business Times…

In shocking comments, the president of the Steubenville chapter of the NAACP places the blame for the rape case that has shocked the nation on the 16-year-old victim.

Royal Mayo, a lifelong resident of the Ohio city that gained national infamy following the rape of the girl by two Steubenville High School football players, says that attention should be focused on the role of the young woman, whom he calls the “alleged victim,” saying she was drunk and wanted to go out with one of the football players. He also claims that other teens involved in the incident were let off easy, because they were “well-connected.”

Last week, Trent Mays and Ma’lik Richmond were convicted of raping a 16-year-old girl on the night of Aug. 11, 2012. The two football players brought the victim to two separate parties as other teens photographed and documented the sexual abuse. The victim had been drinking heavily and was unconscious during the attacks. Videos and photos were shared by teens who attended the party, which would be later used as evidence against Mays, 17, and Richmond, 16. The two were sentenced to juvenile detention — two years for Mays and one year for Richmond.

While there is evidence linking Mays to the crime, Mayo is unconvinced that the same is true about Richmond. He believes that the evidence is, at best, inconclusive and, at worst, not credible. During the trial, Westlake testified that he saw Richmond engaging in a sexual act with the victim in the basement of the house, but Mayo emphasizes that Westlake’s comments were vague and indefinite.

“Now, he said, ‘It appeared that he did something,’ ‘It looked like’ and ‘I thought …’ He never said, ‘I was definite, and I’m 100 percent sure.’ And, out of the witnesses, he’s the only one that said that. The other guys said, ‘Ma’lik was behind her, I couldn’t tell, I couldn’t see anything,’ but he definitely saw it,” Mayo says.

But eyewitnesses recalled Mays and Richmond being around the victim, and a voice in the background of the Nodianos tape can be heard saying, “Trent and Ma’lik raped someone.”