Glenn McRae said he wouldn't be so upset if the teacher had acted immediately to shut off the video once he saw what was playing. But that didn't happen, he said, noting that students continued to watch YouTube clips — including one where male contestants playing a game of Rock-Paper-Scissors were punched in the groin each time they lost — after the "Tosh.O" clip was shown.
"That's where I have a problem," Glenn McRae said.
Rhondelle said she has heard some comments around school about her decision to speak up about the video clip.
"It's not exactly 100 percent positive," she said, "but some of my friends and stuff have come up to me, telling me that they're proud of me."
Police plan to meet with prosecutors Monday to review the case. There are still questions about whether playing the video was an intentional act, about whether Johnson or the student who played the video is the responsible party, and about whether the video constitutes "material harmful to a minor," Lemmon said.
"We don't know if people actually knew what the video was" when it was played, he said.
- Man killed in avalanche had a passion for...
- About Utah: Company helps show 'you don't win...
- Behind the masks: Why some Utahns choose...
- Dog lovers walk to support anti-bias measure
- Community comes together to surprise...
- Photos: Olympian Noelle Pikus-Pace speaks to...
- Local religious leaders urge support for...
- Family of BYU student hit by car say they are...
- Advocates rally and 'roar' for... 56
- Utah Democrats offer full Medicaid... 34
- Gov. Herbert threatens veto of House... 31
- Judge: Biological father will share... 28
- The story of a fish, a river and what's... 24
- Local religious leaders urge support... 23
- Cities, state battle panhandling... 22
- Utah unemployment rate hits five-year low 16