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Taxi driver in South Korea goes to jail for blackmailing gay passengers 

 

A court in South Korea this week sentenced a taxi driver to 16 months in prison for blackmailing gay passengers.

According to a Seoul Central District ruling, Lee Ji-heon picked up drunk, homosexual passengers from the capital’s gay district Jongno 3-ga and convinced them to touch his genitals.

‘These days, I’m curious [about men]’ he would reportedly tell passengers after luring them to get sit beside him in the front passenger seat.

Gay Star News

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Crime, Employment, Environment, LGBTQ, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Politics, Safety, Service, Supremacy, Travel, Treatment, Victims, World

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12-Jun-2019


Alabama governor signs chemical castration bill into law 

 

Republican Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey on Monday signed a bill into law that requires someone convicted of a sex offense against a child under the age of 13 to begin chemical castration a month before being released from custody.

The law requires individuals convicted of such an offense to continue treatments until a court deems the treatment is no longer necessary. It says offenders must pay for the treatment, and they can't be denied parole solely based on an inability to pay.

"This bill is a step toward protecting children in Alabama," Ivey said.
Both houses of the Alabama Legislature approved the legislation late last month, after it was put forward by state GOP Rep. Steve Hurst.

Chemical castration involves administering medication -- via tablets or injection -- to take away sexual interest and make it impossible for a person to perform sexual acts. If the person stops taking the drug the effects can be reversed.

CNN

Ariz. Teacher Who Texted 6th-Grade Boy 'I Want You Every Day' Pleads Guilty to Molesting Him

After a night of terror, she was told to keep her rape secret. ‘It was a ’70s thing’

La. Cop Allegedly Forced Woman to Sexually Abuse Her 1-Year-Old Son

Her Evangelical Megachurch Was Her World. Then Her Daughter Said She Was Molested by a Minister.

Tags: Children, Clergy, Crime, Education, Employment, Journalism, Laws, Parental Burden, Police, Protection, Punishment, Safety, Sex, Termination, Violence, Woman's Rights, Writing, Youth

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11-Jun-2019


Restaurant owner is accused of KIDNAPPING a black 13-year-old boy at gunpoint and forcing him back to his eatery where the teen had reportedly been causing trouble and threw a bottle 

 

A Kentucky restaurant owner has been arrested after he allegedly kidnapped a black teen from a local grocery store and threatened him with a BB gun.

Fabao Chen, 58, was detained on Tuesday at the Double Dragon restaurant on West Broadway after he took the 13-year-old from a nearby Kroger at 27th and Broadway in Louisville.

An arrest report states that at approximately 4.30pm, Chen forcibly snatched the boy from the store against his will. He can be seen surveillance in footage pulling the boy to his restaurant.

Daily Mail

Utah Police Draws Gun On 10-Year-Old Boy Playing In Family’s Yard

Videos show shocking abuse at Ohio jail

Tags: All Rights, Attack, Children, Choices, Crime, Environment, Guns, Hate, Inhumanity, Investigation, Kidnap, Minors, Police, Prison, Protections, Race, Safety, Training, Treatment, Video, Violence, Youth

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11-Jun-2019


Over 40 percent of India's MPs face criminal charges including rape – study 

 

More than 40 percent of lawmakers in India's new parliament face criminal charges –– some as serious as murder and rape –– and the list is growing, an electoral reform group said on Saturday.

One member of parliament for the opposition Congress party is battling 204 cases including manslaughter and robbery, the Association of Democratic Reforms (ADR) said.

At least 233 of the 543 members named as winning seats on Thursday face criminal proceedings, according to the ADR, whose election chief Anil Verma said there is a "disturbing trend" in parliament that "is bad for the democracy".

TRT World

The shocking cost of the climate crisis in India

Tags: Crime, Environment, Govt, Health, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Politics, Reckless, Study, World

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26-May-2019


Federal prison guard sexually assaulted 4 inmates in New York City, prosecutors say 

 

A federal correctional officer was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly abusing his position to sexually assault female inmates over the course of six years, according to newly filed charges.

Colin Akparanta was charged with four counts of sexual abuse of a ward, four counts of abusive sexual contact and one count of deprivation of civil rights in connection to four women who were housed at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City between 2012 and 2018.

"Akparanta was a predator in uniform, exploiting his position to sexually abuse multiple inmates over a several-year period. No inmate in a Bureau of Prisons facility should fear sexual abuse at the hands of a correctional officer," said U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman in a statement.

ABC News

Penn State professor with side job as Uber driver accused of kidnapping multiple women: Court records

Ex-police officer gets prison for paying teen girls for sex

Tags: Abuse, Arrest, Crime, Employment, Kidnap, Minors, Misrepresentation, Police, Prison, Privilege, Protections, Sentence, Service, Sex, Threat, Trafficking, Travel, Video, Violence, Woman's Rights

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21-May-2019


N.J. Mom Who Called 911 for 'Medical Emergency' Allegedly Stabbed 5-Day-Old Baby to Death 

 

A New Jersey woman is charged with murder after allegedly stabbing her newborn daughter to death last week, PEOPLE confirms.

A statement from the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office alleges Hiralbahen Bhavsar, 29, of Little Ferry, called 911 around 8:30 p.m. on Thursday evening, claiming “she was having a medical emergency at her apartment.”

Several officers responded to the scene.

People

12-year-old charged with murder of 10 year-old younger brother

3-Year-Old Girl Dies After Being Found in Burning Car With Doors Chained Shut

A 7-month pregnant mother is in jail accused of killing her son. Here's what will happen to her newborn

Murder Says His Ghost Told Her It Would Be Okay

Grandmother suspected of murdering 8-year-old twin grandsons

Kentucky Dad Accused Of Killing Infant Son After Losing A Video Game

Tags: Burn, Children, Crime, Family, Games, Grands, Guns, Mental Health, Murder, Parental Burden, Sad, Safety, Violence, Youth

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07-May-2019


American charged with manslaughter in Caribbean says hotel-worker victim was 'armed intruder' 

 

A Connecticut man charged with manslaughter in connection with the death of a hotel worker in Anguilla on Thursday released a picture of his bloodied and bruised face, which he said resulted from a fatal fight that he insisted was self-defense.

USB financial adviser Scott Hapgood, 44, said the victim, hotel maintenance worker Kenny Mitchel, 27, was an "armed intruder" at the posh Malliouhana resort on April 13.

Scott HapgoodA photo released by the Hapgood family shows some of the injuries Scott Hapgood says he sustained from a confrontation with a hotel worker in Anguilla.Courtesy of the Hapgood family.

"We were excited for our first family vacation abroad in the beautiful and tranquil Caribbean island of Anguilla," according to a family statement. "But with a single knock at the door, our dream vacation turned into a chilling nightmare — a literal fight to survive."

NBC News

Tags: Alleged, Crime, Environment, Injury, Murder, Self Defense, Travel, Violence, World

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02-May-2019


School Bus Driver Receives No Jail Time After Raping 14-Year-Old Student 

 

There was no doubt after his guilty plea that the former school bus driver had raped a 14-year-old girl.

But because there was only one victim, and the accused had no prior arrests, the judge in the case said the man didn’t deserve to be sent to prison. Instead, Jefferson County, New York, Judge James P. McClusky sentenced the man, Shane M. Piche, to 10 years’ probation, according to the Watertown Daily Times.

The punishment did not sit well with the victim’s mother.

People

Teen beheaded classmate in jealous rage over girlfriend: prosecutors

Oklahoma mother charged in 5-year-old son's scooter death flees to Mexico, police say

17-year-old charged with murder in fatal stabbing of Brooklyn teen

Georgia Woman Sentenced to Death for Starving Stepdaughter, 10, and Burning Her Body in Trash Can

Tags: Children, Crime, Education, Employment, Environment, Judgement, Murder, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Prison, Privilege, Protections, Psychology, Punishment, Rape, Relationships, Ridiculous, Sex, Treatment, Violence, Youth

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01-May-2019


Sex. Consent. Education. 
 

Video.

CBS News

A British Man Has Been Convicted Of Rape After Removing A Condom During Sex

Watertown man accused of groping 19-year-old woman on international flight

Tags: All Rights, Children, Consent, Crime, Education, Judgement, Parental Burden, Portrait, Preservation, Prison, Protection, Rape, Safety, Sex, Sex Worker, Sexual Harassment, Travel, Treatment, Video, Violence, World, Youth

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26-Apr-2019


Woman Who Shot Husband Over Pornography Channel Subscription Convicted of Murder 

 

An Arkansas woman who fatally shot her husband after discovering he’d purchased a pornography subscription has been convicted of second-degree murder.

Patricia Hill, 69, was convicted Tuesday and sentenced to 16 years in prison after killing husband Frank Hill, 65, in July, Jefferson County prosecuting attorney Kyle Hunter confirmed to PEOPLE.

Hill was arrested and charged in July after she shot Frank twice inside a utility shed on the couple’s Pine Bluff property.

People

Woman recorded sex act with man she met at nursing home: authorities

Tags: Backlash, Bribery, Crime, Entertainment, Environment, Finance, Judgement, Murder, Porn, Prison, Relationships, Seniors, Sex, Violence

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25-Apr-2019


After a Dallas woman was violently attacked by man, she was charged. Now she's cleared. 

 

Prosecutors in Dallas County, Texas, are dropping a criminal mischief charge against a woman violently attacked by a man last month following an argument.

On Tuesday, Dallas Police Deputy Chief Thomas Castro said a warrant had been issued for the arrest of L'Daijohnique Lee for allegedly smashing the windows of Austin Shuffield's truck during an altercation in Dallas on March 21.

The district attorney's office however, said Wednesday that it was dropping the charge against Lee and recalling the arrest warrant.

NBC News

Creep sucker-punches woman who told him to stop harassing women

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Arrest, Attack, Crime, Environment, Judgement, Reckless, Sexual Harassment, Threat, Vandalism, Violence, Woman's Rights

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04-Apr-2019


Engineer, David Xu, accused of poisoning colleague's food and water 

 

A California engineer accused of trying to poison his co-worker by spiking her food and water for more than a year was arrested and charged with attempted murder last week.

David Xu, an engineer at Berkeley Engineering and Research Inc., a consulting firm, is accused of adding the poisonous metal cadmium to co-worker Rong Yuan's food and water starting in October 2017, according to court documents filed in Alameda County last week. He kept trying to poison her through March of this year, the documents said.

For months, Yuan noticed that food and water she left unattended in her office had a strange taste and smell, the documents filed Thursday said.

She "reported suffering immediate and significant health problems after consuming this water and food, at times requiring emergency care at a hospital," the court filing said.

NBC News

Tags: Arrest, Chemicals, Crime, Employment, Hate, Health, Poison, Reckless, Threat

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04-Apr-2019


Hate Crimes Spiked 226% in Counties Where Trump Held Rallies 

 

Counties where Donald Trump held rallies leading up to the 2016 presidential election saw a huge increase in hate crimes, according to a new analysis.

“We found that counties that had hosted a 2016 Trump campaign rally saw a 226 percent increase in reported hate crimes over comparable counties that did not host such a rally,” researchers Ayal Feinberg, Regina Branton, and Valerie Martinez-Ebers wrote in The Washington Post. Feinberg is a Ph.D. candidate in political science at University of North Texas, and Branton and Martinez-Ebers are professors there.

Advocate

Wisconsin gay couple may be evicted from home for flying rainbow flag

A Liberal Jewish Seminary Says It Will No Longer Ordain Gay Student

A Trump supporter allegedly used gay slurs before attacking a man with a sword outside a roller rink

Tennessee Republicans pass bill to allow adoption agencies to discriminate against gay couples

The Texas senate just approved a bill that would allow doctors to refuse LGBTQ patients

Homosexuality and Adultery Are Now Punishable With Death by Stoning in Brunei. Here's What to Know

Utah just upgraded their ‘worthless’ hate crimes law, while Indiana passed a worthless one

Tags: Adoption, Attack, Children, Crime, Death, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Environment, Hate, Home, Homophobia, Injury, Interference, Judgement, Laws, LGBTQ, Medical, New World Order, Politics, Protections, Protest, Punishment, Religion, Representation, Safety, Sex, Study, Supremacy, Threat, Violence, Weapon, World, Youth

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03-Apr-2019


Dad dies after he defended daughter from boyfriend: cops 

 

Police say a Texas dad died after he was assaulted while protecting his daughter from her boyfriend.

Eric Garica of Austin died Thursday following a violent confrontation with his daughter’s 24-year-old boyfriend, Jamie Apodaca, after asking him to leave the family’s home, the Austin American-Statesman reported.

The fight reportedly started Saturday night when Apodaca accused Garica’s daughter of cheating on him and called her derogatory names.

NY Post

Tags: Crime, Death, Family, Hate, Parental Burden, Parental Pride, Safety, Violence

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30-Mar-2019


New Jersey police officer sentenced for violent attack on man who had just attempted suicide 

 

A New Jersey police officer was sentenced for drug dealing and a videotaped violent attack on a man who had just attempted suicide, authorities said Friday.

Ruben McAusland, a 27-year-old formerly with the Paterson Police Department, was sentenced to 66 months behind bars this week after pleading guilty to intent to distribute narcotics and deprivation of civil rights under color of law, according to federal prosecutors in Newark.

The authorities this week released cellphone video of McAusland, filmed by his then-partner Roger Then, attacking a man at St. Joseph's Medical Center in Paterson on March 5, 2018.

The two officers had responded to an attempted suicide call and met the man at the hospital, officials said. McAusland later admitted he punched the man in the face in the waiting room, officials said.

NBC News

Tags: Crime, Employment, Exclusivity, Force, Police, Protection, Reckless, Safety, Self Interest, Treatment, Violence

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30-Mar-2019




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