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Steubenville Case and Anonymous w/guest Sheriff Fred Abdalla

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In an effort to continue to run down leads, verify information and avoid simply offering rumors and filler as many shows do, BTYT had to take a step back and regroup. We also wanted to leave room for the Goddard civil suit to reach resolution without a comment on the show making her fight harder. That's over now. BTYT has made new format improvements and added a new cast member. Investigator Amy Burch.

We return with the first priority of addressing Anonymous' self insertion into the Steubenville case and discuss who this group is and whether they are helping or hurting. A major target of their campaign is Fred Abdalla. They also introduce new "evidence" and allegations against him and others as well as release a video that alleges to recount the August rape in graphic detail. 

Sheriff Abdalla will be on to give his reaction and answer some recent emerging questions. 

Proudly serving Jefferson County for over 23 years, Sheriff Abdalla has worked with adjoining law enforcement to reduce the crime within the Ohio Valley. Sheriff Abdalla has numerous hours of training and schooling within law enforcement. The Sheriff , his Deputy sheriffs and staff are dedicated to the citizens of Jefferson County.

 

Amy Lynn Burch is a registered Private Investigator within the Commonwealth of Virginia with a considerable experience in surveillance, counter terrorism, workplace violence and threat assessment, sexual predator behavior and motivations, and interview/interrogation.  Additionally, Amy is a passionate sexual assault/stalking victim advocate with training as a PTSD and Trauma counselor. Amy’s passion for justice as well as her relentless pursuit of the truth in relation to criminal casework makes her a force with which to be reckoned

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