Project Knightsec

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an end to Rape-Culture



for Change


those in need


the Victims

For more than 10 years, Deric Lostutter has devoted his energy to passionately advocating for the hungry, needy and politically under-represented members of our global family. Fighting to end discrimination, rights violations, bullying, and rape-culture.  Find out how you can contribute to the future of Project Knightsec through donations of money and time. .

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#Justice4JaneDoe2 The (then 14 year old)April rape victim from the party "Palooza" as referenced in the Michael Nodianos video in Steubenville, Ohio is seeking charges represented by Fitzsimmons Law Firm

It is our mission and goal to reform society in a way that we may truly care for one another. We wish to see a positive world where cyber-bullying is illegal, and rape-culture becomes a distant stain on our civilization.

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Steubenville April Rape Victim seeking charges in "Palooza" attack

But he confirmed that he is currently representing a second victim, understood to be just 14 when she was allegedly attacked by a group of Steubenville High School footballers and athletes known locally as, ‘the rape crew.' That alleged attack took place in April, four months before Jane Doe's ordeal.

Mr Fitzsimmons said: ‘I’m still involved. And it may become a case that we take forward.'

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Friend of the August victim/survivor, anon, and advocate featured in Rolling Stone Magazine for activism