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Is Gentrification Reason Behind Attack of Two Interpreters in Gay Bashing 

 

Washington DC - 12:30 AM officers responded to the 2000 block of 10th St., N.W. on April 15, 2018. This was in response to an aggravated assault. There are two adult males that were attacked by three suspects. "during the assault, the suspects yelled homophobic slurs" the police statement says. U St NW is predominantly black neighborhood where Howard University is based in and this neighborhood has always been a predominately black neighborhood.

Small Dot is DuPont Circle. Circle is U St. NW area where the attack occured.

Washington D.C. has been going through gentrification and because the area (DuPont Circle and Logan Circle) where the gay community has always been located has gone through gentrification, their bars have been pushed to the U street area. Since U St. NW is being gentrified as well, many black people are angry about being pushed out of their neighborhood so it does not shock Ricky Taylor that gay bashings happened because they felt threatened by gentrification. DuPont Circle used to have rougly 15 gay bars but currently only have four while U St. NW had none and now have about four or five. This occured when DuPont gentrification increased cost of lease and rentals in the area which caused those bars to shut down or relocate.

The Deaf Report

Colorado Trans Man Assaulted on Front Porch for 'Acting Gay'

Tags: All Rights, Attack, Environment, Gay, Gentrification, Investigation, LGBTQ, Privilege, Revenge, Transgender, Treatment, Violence

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12-Apr-2019


More than 80 women sue San Diego hospital alleging secret camera recordings 

 

More than 80 women have filed a lawsuit against Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa alleging they were secretly recorded while undergoing medical procedures in labor and delivery operating rooms.

Patients were filmed without their consent in three private rooms from July 2012 to June 2013, according to the lawsuit filed last week in San Diego County Superior Court. The women allege hidden cameras filmed approximately 1,800 patients undergoing medical procedures — including births, dilatation and curettage to resolve miscarriages, and hysterectomies.

LA Times

Tags: All Rights, Court, Finance, Health, Invasion, Investigation, Neglect, Privacy, Protections, Threat, Woman's Rights

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04-Apr-2019


Jack Padilla was bullied by five students before killing self: mother 

 

A Colorado high school freshman who committed suicide in February was bullied by his schoolmates, including one who urged him to kill himself, his grief-stricken mother said this week.

Jeanine Padilla told the Denver Post that her 15-year-old son, Jack, was regularly tormented by at least five students at Cherry Creek High School in Greenwood Village, where cops are now investigating the teen’s death.

“It’s just devastating to know he was probably so scared,” Padilla told the newspaper. “But still trying to stand up for himself.”

Jack Padilla died on Feb. 14, but relatives didn’t find out about the alleged bullying until after his death, according to his mother. She’s now calling on district officials to “expel the bullies” who contributed to her son’s suffering.

NY Post

Tags: Bullying, Death, Education, Environment, Investigation, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Suicide, Youth

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03-Apr-2019


This pastor allegedly drugged & brutally raped two men before going home to his wife 

 

Police in Michigan are accusing a pastor of using drugs to lure two young men into his home and office and then sexually assaulted them.

Christopher Cox, 41, is the pastor of Long Lake Church in Traverse City. He was arraigned yesterday and told that he was being charged with two counts of first-degree criminal sexual assault and one drug trafficking count.

One of the victims, who is 19 and homeless, said that several weeks ago Cox was looking for a “drug buddy” and told the victim to come home with him for drugs and sex with women.

The victim said that he smoked meth with Cox and took CBD shots, and Cox gave him GHB. The probable cause statement says that he was incapacitated for several hours, during which Cox raped him repeatedly.

LGBTQ Nation

This Republican pled guilty to paying two young boys for sex multiple times. Now he denies it all.

Tags: Abuse, Drugs, Employment, Environment, Finance, Hate, Homeless, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Politics, Privilege, Rape, Sex, Violence, Youth

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03-Apr-2019


Teacher allegedly yanked student’s hair over bathroom emergency 

 

A Georgia teacher faces battery charges after allegedly yanking a middle school student’s hair over a bathroom emergency, according to officials.

Charges were filed last week against Tracy Parham after security footage from Henry County Middle School helped clear up conflicting accounts of the violent incident, the Altana Journal-Constitution reported.

A judge who saw footage of the altercation from January on Friday ordered the science teacher to surrender to authorities.

NY Post

Virginia officer told black middle schoolers that when they turn 18, 'then you're mine'

High school students of color are protesting racism and inequality

Black attorney says deputy thought he was a suspect and detained him at court

Tags: Abuse, Court, Education, Employment, Environment, Fighting Back, Hate, Investigation, Parental Burden, Police, Profiling, Protection, Protest, Racism, Safety, Threat, Training, Violence, Youth

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02-Apr-2019


Man on the run after using machete to kill 10-year-old daughter and wife, police say 

 

Police are searching for a South Florida man who allegedly killed his wife and their 10-year-old daughter with a machete during a fight over the couple's impending divorce.

Investigators said Noel Chambers, a 57-year-old native of Jamaica, launched a brutal attack late Saturday evening when his wife, Lorrice Harris, returned home from celebrating her 49th birthday.

A 911 caller reported the dispute at around 11:30 p.m., according to police. Officers arrived to the couple's home in Miami Gardens, Florida, about 17 miles northwest of Miami, where they discovered the bodies of young Shayla Chambers and her mother inside, police said.

Shayla was found lying in her bed and Harris was discovered on the home's back porch, police said. The couple's older daughter, 29-year-old Shanalee Chambers, managed to escape and was rushed to the hospital with stab wounds, according to police.

ABC News

Tags: Children, Death, Family, Investigation, Mental Health, Murder, Parental Crime, Relationships, Violence

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01-Apr-2019


Shooting in Palm Springs gay bar leaves two injured & the gunman is still at large 

 

Police are searching for an unidentified man who shot two people outside of a popular Palm Springs gay bar.

The shooting happened just after 2am at Toucan’s Tiki Lounge. Neither victims’ wounds were life-threatening.

Police say the incident started inside the bar when two people got into an argument and were thrown out of the establishment.

Authorities haven’t released complete details, but say someone fired two rounds in the parking lot, striking one person outside and one person in the bar. Both victims were hit in the lower parts of their body.

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Argument, Bar/Club, Guns, Investigation, LGBTQ, Threat, Violence

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25-Mar-2019


West Virginia accuses Catholic diocese and former bishops of sex abuse cover-up in unusual consumer protection lawsuit 

 

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey sued the Catholic diocese of Wheeling-Charleston and its former bishop Michael J. Bransfield on Tuesday, charging that they “knowingly employed pedophiles and failed to conduct adequate background checks” for people working in Catholic schools and camps, a news release from Morrisey’s office says.

The lawsuit, the latest dramatic civil action against the American church in the past year, alleges violations of the state’s consumer protection laws. It accuses the diocese of advertising safe environments for children while at the same time, the complaint says, choosing “to cover up and conceal arguably criminal behavior of child sexual abuse.”

Washington Post

Tags: Abuse, Children, Church, Court, Employment, Environment, Investigation, Pederasty, Perception, Safety, Sex, Victims, Violence, Youth

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19-Mar-2019


Polish Church says 382 minors abused by clergy from 1990-2018 

 

The report follows investigations into widespread abuse of minors by clergy in other countries - notably in Chile, the United States, Australia and Ireland - that have shaken the Roman Catholic Church to its foundations.

“This is an especially painful, tragic issue as it is connected with consecrated people, who devoted themselves to serving the church, other human beings. They have social trust and this social trust was so tragically violated,” Archbishop Marek Jedraszewski said at a news conference.

Polish bishops last year asked victims of past clerical abuse for forgiveness and began collecting data to “identify the causes of these deeds and assess their scale”.

The report said as many as 198 of the victims were below the age of 15.

Reuters

Tags: Abuse, Children, Employment, Investigation, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Religion, Sex, Violence, World

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14-Mar-2019


Fight over brownie leaves teen boy dead 

 

Police say a fight over a brownie has left a 14-year-old Houston boy dead of a stab wound to the eye and another 14-year-old boy on the run from authorities.

Houston Independent School District police say the boy died Friday of the knife wound suffered Wednesday afternoon.

NY Post

A Couple Was Arrested For Child Abuse After An Olive Garden Waitress In Kentucky Shared A Photo Of Them On Facebook

Gay man and trans woman suing Burger King over employee 'hate crime attack'

Tags: Activism, Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Employment, Environment, Family, Food, Gay, Greed, Hate, Hostility, Inhumanity, Injury, Investigation, Murder, Parental Burden, Restaurant, Social Media, Standing Up, Transgender, Violence, Woman's Rights, Youth

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08-Mar-2019


Catholic Church cardinals implicated in sex abuse, cover-ups 

 

The conviction of French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin for failing to report a known pedophile priest to police deepens the crisis confronting an already discredited Catholic Church hierarchy. The verdict handed down by magistrates Thursday shows the church's once-untouchable "princes" increasingly are judged accountable for priests who abuse children and the superiors who allowed the abuse to continue.

After centuries of impunity, cardinals from Chile to Australia and points in between are facing justice in both the Vatican and government courts for their own sexual misdeeds or for having shielded abusers under their watch..

Here is a look at cases implicating Catholic cardinals, members of the exclusive club of prelates that advises the pope and eventually elects his successor.

ABC News

Tags: Abuse, Children, Church, Crime, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Fear, Guilt, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Judgement, Parental Burden, Religion, Sex, Violence

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07-Mar-2019


Teen Who Said She Was Stopped By Black Man Pretending To Be Cop Charged With Filing False Police Report 

 

A 17-year-old in Southgate, Michigan is facing charges of filing a false police report after she apparently lied about being pulled over by a fake police officer, who she coincidentally described as a tall, Black man.

According to the News-Herald, 17-year-old Faith Gentry stood silent during an arraignment, refusing to plead either guilty or not guilty. As a matter of routine, the judge usually takes this sort of silence as a not guilty plea. Her bond was set at $25,000 and she’s scheduled for a pretrial hearing for March 8.

Last week, Gentry appeared on Fox2Detroit to tell her story after she says she was pulled over.

“I was coming down southbound down Fort and this ‘cop’ put his lights on and I pulled over,” she claimed.

Essence

Tags: Abuse, Arrest, Choices, Environment, Investigation, Lie, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Police, Racism, Supremacy, Threat, Weird, Youth

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06-Mar-2019


Arrests and unrest in Sacramento as Becerra also declines to file charges in Stephon Clark shooting 

 

Sacramento police arrested 84 people Monday night, including journalists, during a protest over the district attorney’s decision not to charge two officers who in March 2018 shot Stephon Clark, a black man holding a cellphone.

Among those arrested for refusal to disperse were local clergy members who had worked with the city for nearly a year to prevent tense protests like those that overtook the city following the shooting. Those protests ended up closing a freeway and blocking access to an NBA game.

LA Times

Tags: All Rights, Chaos, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Inciting Future Hate, Inciting Violence, Investigation, Judgement, Justice, Murder, Parental Burden, Politics, Racism, Supremacy, Treatment, Violence

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05-Mar-2019


Man Sues 3 White Women Who Accused Him Of Stalking, Being A Pedophile In 'Gardening While Black' Case 

 

A Detroit man is planning to sue three white women who repeatedly called the cops on him and fabricated stories of stalking, threatening and even being a pedophile, all because he was working on constructing a community garden at a vacant playground in his community.

Marc Peeples, who is Black, and his attorney Robert Burton-Harris are accusing the women of making up increasingly alarming stories about him throughout 2017 and early 2018 as part of their ploy to “take control” of Hunt Park and have Peeples removed from the park where he was trying to build out an urban garden, the Detroit Metro Times reports.

The three women – Deborah Nash, Martha Callahan, and Jennifer Morris – all live near the park. The first began calling the police about Peeples, accusing him of “illegal gardening,” but when police declined to respond, they escalated their behavior.

At one point, they accused Peeples of threatening Nash with a gun in the park. In another incident, they accused him of being a part of a drive-by shooting. In one of the more horrifying cases, the women waited until Peeples was with children – who were working with him in the garden – and accused him of being a pedophile.

Essence

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Alleged, Backlash, Bullying, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Gladys Kravitz, Hate, Hostility, Inhumanity, Investigation, Mental Health, Politics, Privilege, Racism, Supremacy, Women

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05-Mar-2019


PRIEST ACCUSED OF SEXUALLY ABUSING MALE CHILD FLEES AMERICA 

 

A priest from the Roman Catholic Diocese of Oakland fled the country last month after he was accused of sexually abusing a male minor.

On January 31, the diocese placed father Alex Castillo on administrative leave upon receiving an allegation against him for inappropriate behavior from a child male victim.

Church officials were able to contact Castillo up until February 21, but after that date, several people were unsuccessful in their attempts to reach the embattled priest, diocese spokesperson Helen Osman told SFGate. The diocese then searched for Castillo in every jail and hospital in the area before they finally reported him missing to authorities two days later, on February 23.

Newsweek

Tags: Abuse, Children, Church, Employment, Fear, Investigation, Self Interest, Travel

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05-Mar-2019




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