The people of Steubenville, Ohio would do some good in this world if they boycott each of this football team’s home games.

Jen Steer reports:

Steubenville teen guilty of rape returns to high school football team: Reaction

One of the two Steubenville teens convicted of raping a 16-year-old girl is back on the high school football team.

In March 2013, Ma’lik Richmond was found delinquent of rape, which is the juvenile court equivalent of guilty. He was released from a state juvenile detention center earlier this year and now is listed on the Steubenville High School Big Red football team rooster.

“There’s no law against it that states he can’t play. There’s no OHSA rules that they’d be violating, then I think the boy should be allowed to play. Malik Richmond has done everything the court has asked him since he’s been sentenced,” Jefferson County Chief Probation Officer Fred Abdalla Jr. told WTRF.

Richmond is a tier II sex offender and must register every 180 days for 20 years.

Fellow football player Trent Mays is still serving time at a juvenile detention facility for the August 2012 sexual assault.