Missouri's Lieutenant Governor and Speaker of the state's House of Representatives have called for new investigations into the alleged sexual assault of two teenage girls in a case that has drawn international attention.
Melinda Coleman says her family was forced to move from the northwest Missouri town of Maryville after her 14-year-old daughter Daisy and a 13-year-old friend were plied with alcohol and sexually assaulted nearly two years ago by two 17-year-old high school football players.
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