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CALIFORNIA MAN CONVICTED OF USING UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRANTS FOR FORCED LABOR 

 

The owner of a construction companies in California was convicted of committing forced labor, according to a Monday press release from the United States Attorney's Office from the Northern District of California.

Job Torres Hernandez, 38, was convicted on one count of "forced labor" and one count of "harboring illegal aliens for commercial advantage or private financial gain," according to the press release.

Job Torres recruited workers from Mexico, who he forced to live in poor conditions and did not pay, the statement said. Undocumented immigrants, identified in court documents by their initials, testified at trial about the conditions. They said they were forced to work 24-hour shifts, lived in a commercial warehouse and a garage in Hayward and were restricted in using bathrooms and showers.

A superseding indictment, filed in December, said Hernandez obtained the labor of his employees by "physical restraint and threats of force, threats of serious harm, means of abuse and threatened abuse of law and legal process and means of a scheme, plan and pattern intended to cause his employees to believe that if they did not perform such labor or services, they would suffer serious harm."

Newsweek

Tags: Crime, Employment, Environment, Finance, Immigrants, Inhumanity, Justice, Prison, Slave Labor, Slavery, Supremacy

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23-Mar-2019


Hate Endures in America, and With It Our Effort to Document the Damage 

 

Since the start of 2019, in places across the United States, there have been no fewer than five killings in which victims’ race, ethnicity or national origin appears to have been a factor.

Arthur Martunovich allegedly walked into a Chinese restaurant in New York City in January and killed three men with a hammer. Police said he later explained his motive: “Chinese men are awful.”

On Feb. 23, José Muñoz, 25, was shot and killed in the lobby of an Olive Garden in Louisville, Kentucky. The suspect in the killing allegedly used racial slurs when a child in Muñoz’s party at the restaurant bumped into him twice. Muñoz’s family insists he was targeted because of his ethnicity as a Mexican immigrant.

On March 6, scores of mourners gathered on the campus of Indiana University to protest the killing of Mustafa Ayoubi, a 32-year-old graduate of the school.

He’d been shot and killed in February in Indianapolis, following a road rage incident. Witnesses told police the suspect yelled slurs about Islam and told Ayoubi to “go back to your country.”

ProPublica

Why far-right attackers aren’t charged as domestic terrorists

Tags: All Rights, Crime, Death, Environment, Hate, Justice, Laws, Protections, Study, Supremacy, Terror, Threat, Violence

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23-Mar-2019


This man has been harassing his gay & lesbian neighbors for years. Now he’s being held accountable. 

 

A San Francisco man accused of violently harassing at least three gay and lesbian people is facing several charges – including hate crimes charges – in court.

Benjamin Waters, 58, has been accused multiple times of shouting anti-gay slurs at neighbors and even attacking them.

He is now facing charges of battery, vandalism under $400, multiple counts of violating a restraining order, illegally possessing a firearm, and hate crimes enhancements.

LGBTQ Nation

Simply 9 brilliant responses to parents complaining about LGBT lessons in schools

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Children, Choices, Education, Environment, Fighter of LGBTIQ Rights, Fighting Back, Harassment, Hate, Justice, LGBTQ, Privilege, Social Media, Violence

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21-Mar-2019


State Supreme Court overturns lower court ruling, says Sandy Hook families can sue gun manufacturer Remington 

 

The Connecticut Supreme Court Thursday narrowly reversed a ruling by a lower court judge dismissing a lawsuit by the families of victims of the Sandy Hook shooting against Remington Arms Company, allowing the case to proceed.

In a 4-3 decision the court remanded the landmark gun case back to Bridgeport Superior Court and possibly created a path that other mass shooting victims can follow to get around the federal Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act, known as PLCAA, which has protected the manufacturers of the AR-15 assault rifle from lawsuits.

Courant

Tags: Activism, Court, Crime, Environment, Family, Finance, Guns/Toys, Justice, Murder, Protections, Safety, Violence

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14-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


Undocumented Immigrant Who Worked for Trump Will Attend His State of the Union 

 

An undocumented immigrant who worked at one of President Trump’s golf clubs in New Jersey for years and recently spoke out about her experience will attend his State of the Union address after being invited by her Democratic congresswoman, the woman’s lawyer and the congresswoman’s office said Wednesday.

The undocumented immigrant, Victorina Morales, had worked as a housekeeper at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., since 2013, and spoke to The New York Times as part of an article published last month. The report revealed that the president’s company — the Trump Organization — was, for years, employing people at the golf club who are in the country illegally.

NY Times

Tags: All Rights, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Govt, Immigrants, Justice, New World Order, Politics

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30-Jan-2019


CNN Sues Trump Over Suspension of Jim Acosta’s WH Credentials 

 

CNN is suing Donald Trump, chief of staff John Kelly, press secretary Sarah Sanders, deputy chief of staff for communications Bill Shine, Secret Service director Joseph Clancy, and the Secret Service officer who took Jim Acosta’s hard pass away in order to have Acosta’s credentials restored.

CNN reports: ‘The lawsuit is a response to the White House’s suspension of Acosta’s press pass, known as a Secret Service “hard pass,” last week. The suit alleges that Acosta and CNN’s First and Fifth Amendment rights are being violated by the ban. The suit is being filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday morning, a CNN spokeswoman confirmed…The six defendants are all named because of their roles in enforcing and announcing Acosta’s suspension.’

Towleroad

White House must restore CNN reporter Jim Acosta's press pass, judge rules

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Court, Cowardice, Criticism, Exclusivity, Free Speech, Interference, Justice, Leaders, New World Order, News, Politics, Press, Self Interest

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16-Nov-2018


Two men convicted in teen's deadly allergic reaction to takeout 

 

A former restaurant owner and an employee were found guilty of manslaughter Friday in the death of a British teen who suffered an allergic reaction to takeout from the eatery.

Megan Lee, 15, who was severely allergic to peanuts, died on New Year's Day 2017 — two days after eating a meal of onion bhaji, a seekh kebab and a Peshwari naan from the Royal Spice Indian restaurant in Hyden, Lancashire, England.

None of the items were supposed to contain nuts.

NBC News

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Disease, Food, Health, Justice, Laws, Misrepresentation, Murder, Restaurant, Safety, Youth

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28-Oct-2018


Will Any Music Awards Show Get Representation For Women Right? None Have Yet. 

 

On last night’s American Music Awards (AMAs), Taylor Swift doubled down on her voter registration message, Ciara and Missy Elliott leveled up, and Aretha Franklin finally got the tribute she deserved. Women were at the forefront of the show, which was a vast step forward from their massive under representation at the Grammys or the MTV VMAs and the number of awards they won was a step up from their Billboard Music Awards treatment. The AMAS did the best job representing women as performers and winners of any music awards show this year. They also showed us how far music has to go to fix its #MeToo and representation issues.

But digging a little deeper, the AMAs also highlight some serious areas that need work. First and foremost, let’s talk about the late XXXTentacion being nominated for two awards, and winning one that was broadcast in the show. Imagine the Golden Globes nominating Roman Polanski (or Woody Allen, or Kevin Spacey, or any number of high profile men accused of sexual misconduct) for an award this year, of all years. Imagine them giving it to him on television. And imagine that later on, when a woman nominated against him lauds his work, saying she’s a fan and it’s an honor to be in the same category as him. That’s essentially what happened with XXX’s win, and Camila Cabello’s subsequent lauding of him in her Best New Artist acceptance speech. XXX, who passed away earlier this year, may have been a talented artist and undoubtedly has legions of fans. But he is also accused of violent, disturbing abuse against a woman. We don’t have to celebrate abusers at our awards show, and to do so only tells women that their pain is not important. It was an especially bitter pill to swallow after weeks of the Kavanaugh confirmation battle. Music seems to think it can continue to exist in a bubble where #MeToo and support for the survivors of abuse are negligible.

Refinery29

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Neil Patrick Harris, What Was That?

Tags: All Rights, Award, Backlash, Business, Celebration, Celebrity, Entertainment, Environment, Exclusivity, Feminism, Gay, Hate, Hypocrisy, Insensitivity, Interview, Justice, Leaders, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Music, Oops, Opinion, Parental Crime, Sexism, Sexual Harassment, Supremacy, Violence, Woman's Rights, Women

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11-Oct-2018


Largest Ohio Catholic diocese to expand abusive priests list 

 

Ohio's largest Roman Catholic diocese will join three other dioceses in the state and release a list of priests who have been removed from their posts because of sexual abuse and misconduct allegations.

The Diocese of Cleveland's list will include the names of abusive priests, even if they are now dead, church officials said Tuesday.

The diocese since 2002 has been announcing the names of clerics removed from ministry because of sex abuse allegations, said diocesan spokesman Jim Armstrong. Its website includes 29 names, with some of the allegations going back decades.

"It would be wrong to suggest that the Diocese of Cleveland has not committed to release the names of clerics accused of sexually abusing a minor or that it desires to keep secret the names of such clerics," Armstrong said.

ABC News

California's Catholic bishops targeted in sex abuse lawsuit

Paedophile teacher who attacked girls in his classroom was hired despite being a convicted arsonist and burglar

Polish court orders Catholic order to pay sex abuse victim

Tags: Abuse, Business, Child Abuse, Court, Education, Environment, Fighting Back, Finance, Justice, Leaders, Lifestyle, Magic Splatter, No more Heroes, Politics, Privilege, Rape, Religion, Representation, Safety, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Supremacy, Treatment, Victims, Woman's Rights, Women, World, Youth

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03-Oct-2018


Jane Fonda: ‘We should shut down the country’ if Trump fires Mueller 

 

AT age 80, Jane Fonda is more fired up than ever — and was agitating on the Upper East Side this week.

“[If Donald Trump] fires Mueller?” she asked at a 92Y panel talk.

“We have to get in the streets — nobody should work. We should shut down the country. Shut it down!”

Page Six

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Anguish, Celebrity, Choices, Govt, Humanity, Justice, Men In Charge, Social Media, Stepping Up, Supremacy, Unity, Woman's Rights, Women

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29-Sep-2018


Woman pleads guilty to letting boyfriend molest daughter 

 

A northeastern Indiana woman has admitted to charges that she allowed her boyfriend to molest her daughter, leaving the child pregnant at age 10.

The 33-year-old Marion woman pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges of neglect, aiding child molesting and assisting a criminal. She agreed to accept a sentence of 20 years in prison and five years of probation.

The woman admitted during Tuesday's hearing that her daughter told her that the boyfriend, 34-year-old Nicholas Deon Thrash, was molesting her, yet continued to let him live with them, the Chronicle Tribune reported. The woman did not report the molestation or her daughter's pregnancy to authorities.

ABC News

Busy Philipps reveals she was raped at 14 amid Dr. Ford hearing

All high school boys are sexual predators, according to Republican women

LINDSEY GRAHAM TO WOMAN REPORTING RAPE: ‘I’M SO SORRY. YOU NEEDED TO GO TO THE COPS’

How to help survivors of sexual assault

Fox News' Chris Wallace Says Kavanaugh Accuser's Story Elicited Revelations from His Daughters

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Celebrity, Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Counter, Court, Cowardice, Environment, Family, Fighting Back, Hate, Horror, Hostility, Inhumanity, Justice, Lifestyle, Love Cannot Be Enforced, Macho Posing, Man Pet, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Opinion, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Parenting, Parents Don't Always Rule, Pederasty, Politics, Punishment, Rape, Safety, Sex, Sexism, Support, Supremacy, Terror, Threat, Victims, Violence, Woman's Rights, Women, Youth

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27-Sep-2018


This smart mom got the man who raped her teenage son to confess before he went to jail 

 

The mother of a 16-year-old gay teen in Florida was able to get the man who raped her son to confess.

According to an Flagler County Sheriff’s Office report, the victim was found unconscious on his doorstep on September 11. He was bruised on his back and bleeding, and the report said that he was “out of it.”

LGBTQ Nation

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Backlash, Drugs, Environment, Fighting Back, Girl Power, Hostility, Irony, Justice, Mama Wrecks!, Parental Burden, Prison, Punishment, Sex, Violence, Woman's Rights, Youth

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25-Sep-2018


White man who harassed black Florida A&M students surrenders to police 

 

Don Crandall, Jr., 49, reported to Leon County Detention facility in Tallahassee after police charged him with improper exhibition of a firearm, a police spokesman told NBC News. If found guilty, he would face no more than a year in jail, according to the Florida State Attorney's Office.

NBC News

Tags: Abuse, Action, All Rights, Bullying, Choices, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Guns/Toys, Hate, Investigation, Justice, Laws, Macho Posing, Misrepresentation, Politics, Racism, Reckless, Safety, Self Interest, Self-hatred, Supremacy, Threat, Violence

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24-Sep-2018


Fugitive New Mexico priest pleads not guilty to sex abuse 

 

A fugitive priest who fled the U.S. decades ago amid allegations of child sex abuse has been returned to New Mexico to face charges after being arrested in Morocco last year, federal officials said Friday.

Arthur J. Perrault, 80, a former Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of Santa Fe and a former Air Force chaplain, has been charged in a federal indictment with seven counts of aggravated sexual abuse and abusive sexual contact between 1991 and 1992 at Kirtland Air Force Base and Santa Fe National Cemetery.

ABC News

She was raped with a hose, then given 10 rupees to buy her silence

Pope lets more bishops go as part of Chile sex abuse fallout

India bishop accused of rape arrested in Kerala

MARYLAND FATHER PROTECTING DAUGHTER SHOOTS TWO OFFICERS WHO ENTERED APARTMENT TO EXECUTE MISTAKEN SEARCH WARRANT

Three infants among five people stabbed at New York nursery

Indiana man gets 160-year prison sentence for impregnating 10-year-old girl who took stand against him

By the time we figure out what's good or bad the child will burn. 21-Sep-2018

Tags: Abuse, Action, Bar/Club, Child Abuse, Children, Choices, Church, Employment, Environment, Guns, Guns/Toys, Hate, Hypocrisy, Injury, Justice, Leaders, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Parental Burden, Parental Pride, Parents Don't Always Rule, Police, Politics, Pregnancy, Privilege, Punishment, Rape, Religion, Self Interest, Sex, Supremacy, Threat, Violence, World, Youth

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22-Sep-2018




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