Ordinary people

Junod, Tom
March 1993
Sports Illustrated;3/29/93, Vol. 78 Issue 12, p68
Discusses the case of the teenage boys convicted of raping a retarded girl in Glen Ridge, New Jersey. Media portrayal of the rapists as products of sports; Athletes convicted; The rapists as marginal athletes in a small time sports program; Difficulty covering the case as a reporter; Values of the community not the values of athletics; More.


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