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Canfield assault cases to court | AUDIO/VIDEO

Published: Tue, March 17, 2009 @ 1:35 p.m.
Malvasi 911 call
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  Canfield Group Assault

February 22, 2009. Canfield, Ohio

February 22, 2009. Canfield, Ohio

CANFIELD — The legal process begins Wednesday for one Canfield High School student and 10 of the 14 Cardinal Mooney High School students involved in a Feb. 22 brawl.

A Canfield court spokesman said two of the Mooney students, Dominic Jackett, 18, of Youngstown; and Scott Johnson, 18, of North Jackson, have hired attorneys.

“They have sent the court written statements of a not guilty plea, which means they do not have to appear in court,” the spokesman explained.

He said it’s possible more of the men will do the same before the 5 p.m. arraignment in Mahoning County Area Court in front of Judge Scott Hunter.

Read more in Wednesday’s Vindicator and Vindy.com


1scrooge(563 comments)posted 6 years, 8 months ago

Well maybe they can subpoena the entire video instead of just the edited one so everyone can be delt with properly.

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2MooneyMan2009(9 comments)posted 6 years, 8 months ago

not to mention the other camera angle from the other surveillance camera.

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3MooneyMan2009(9 comments)posted 6 years, 8 months ago

also notice how Missy Malvasi says "you're not going to get in trouble honey" to Michael...obviously he already knew he was going to get in trouble....think about it.

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4senod01(5 comments)posted 6 years, 8 months ago

What a bunch of cowards the group must be. The parents of these 10 should be held responsible for it is clear that they did not teach their children any type of values.

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5MargieHotWalK(1 comment)posted 6 years, 8 months ago

I think the judge should impose harse sentences on everyone involved except for Sr. who was clearly defending his family and personal property at which each entering private property was trespas'g and had no legal right doing so. Each should serve a full sentence and pay appropiate fines...perhaps toss in a few kiddie anger management classes and take their happy meals away for a year. What a stupid comment on behalf of the principle; this went beyond a "poor decision". These children should be thankful that the home owner was not some nut crazed firearm lunatic; this could have been a tragedy....I hope they all serve jail time...let them serve as an example to others.

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6gmann415(268 comments)posted 6 years, 8 months ago

I feel so sorry for the little goodie good boy. any one who opens their door to 10 people at 1am deserves their rears beat. i mean common, did you think these kids were out selling candy for their schools? i didnt think so. so for that you get what you deserve. if they had as much brains as money they would of locked the door and called the cops.

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7gmann415(268 comments)posted 6 years, 8 months ago

its clear to see that father and son were looking for trouble as well as the mooney kids. cuz if not they would of never went outside. but being they got their rears beat they want to cry. what if father and son were able to beat these kids up? would it of then been swept under the rug? i mean these little pretty boys and girls in canfield and poland springfield all act like they are ohhhsooooo ggrrrrrrr888888888. and they arent. their parent just have the money and reputation to keep everythin hid from the media.

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8collegewrestlr1(1 comment)posted 6 years, 8 months ago

After watching this video and having no affiliation with either school, all i can do is sit back and wonder why so many people are reacting so intensely. Im a college wrestler at a mid-major school,and let me tell you, altercations like this (often a lot worse) happen, especially in college thats just part of life. And that was a very, very, short as well as bizarre "fight." With all the problems in the world, why waste your time analyzing this meaningless nonsense.

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