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CBP facing lawsuit after border agent detains women for speaking Spanish 

 

Two women who were detained by a Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agent for speaking Spanish at a grocery store in Montana are suing the agency.

Mimi Hernandez and Ana Suda filed the lawsuit on Thursday with the assistance of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) after May’s incident, which was recorded and went viral.

In the footage, CBP agent Paul O’Neal can be heard telling the women — both American citizens — “I saw that you guys are speaking Spanish, which is very unheard of up here.”

O’Neal also says the women are being detained because of “speaking Spanish in the store, in a state where it’s predominantly English-speaking.”

Think Progress

Tags: All Rights, Bullying, Court, Discrimination, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Harassment, Language, Laws, Policy, Politics, Supremacy

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18-Feb-2019


A Pedophile Doctor Drew Suspicions for 21 Years. No One Stopped Him. 

 

At first, officials at the U.S. Indian Health Service overlooked the peculiarities of their unmarried new doctor, including the children’s toys he hoarded in his basement on the reservation. They desperately needed a pediatrician at their hospital in Browning, Mont.

By 1995, after three years, they became convinced Stanley Patrick Weber was a pedophile and pushed for his removal from the government-run hospital.

“You’re going to have to leave,” Randy Rottenbiller, its clinical director at the time, recalled telling the doctor after learning a child patient had stayed the night in his house.

But the Indian Health Service didn’t fire Mr. Weber. Instead, it transferred him to another hospital in Pine Ridge, S.D. He continued treating Native American children there for another 21 years, leaving behind a trail of sexual-assault allegations.

WSJ

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CRUISE SHIP SEXUAL ASSAULT: EX-CHEERLEADING COACH ATTACKED DRUNK COLLEAGUE

Woman who alleged rape by Fairfax, Maggette spotlights issue of revictimization

Public Help Sought to Find Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Woman in Riverside

Tags: Abuse, Child Abuse, Children, Court, Education, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Finance, Hate, Hostility, Inhumanity, Injury, Judgement, Leaders, Magic Splatter, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Protections, Reckless, Religion, Safety, Self Interest, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Sports, Supremacy, Threat, Travel, Video, Violence, World, Youth

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17-Feb-2019


Six Gay, Bi Men Sue USC Doctor for Sexual Battery, Harassment 

 

The University of Southern California and a doctor recently employed there were hit with a lawsuit from six gay and bisexual men who accuse the physician of sexual battery, gender violence, sexual harassment, negligence, and fraud.

Dr. Dennis A. Kelly, who retired from USC two years ago, denies the claims, telling the Los Angeles Times that he always acted "professionally and without any other motive."

The plaintiffs allege Kelly targeted gay and bi male students, subjecting them to "demeaning and derogatory" terms and inquiring if they used sex toys and watched internet porn. The accusers — some of which attended USC between 2009 and 2014 — also said they were subjected to "intrusive and medically unnecessary rectal examinations."

Advocate

Tags: Abuse, Court, Education, Environment, Fighting Back, Gay, Humiliation, Medical, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Treatment, Victims

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13-Feb-2019


Detective Recounts Horror of Reading Texts From Mass. Teen Urging Her Boyfriend to Kill Himself 

 

“It was one of those things where you keep reading and it just keeps getting worse. And that’s what kinda put everything in motion,” Fairhaven Police Detective Scott Gordon tells NBC News’ Andrea Canning in an upcoming episode of Dateline: Reckless, which airs Friday at 10 p.m. ET/9 p.m. CT on NBC. (A clip from the interview is shown above.)

Roy died in his pickup truck from carbon monoxide poisoning on July 13, 2014 — an act Carter had supported and encouraged in text and phone conversations.

Carter was sentenced to 15 months in jail after she was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter in 2017 but had been free pending her appeal. Her defense argued her statements and texts urging Roy forward as he contemplated suicide were covered by First Amendment free-speech protections. But on Monday, a Massachusetts court rejected the appeal.

People

Indiana Honor Roll Student Allegedly Killed 18-Year-Old Who Used to Attend Her School

Woman gets 30 years in prison in Texas dismemberment killing

Tags: Bullying, Court, Crime, Education, Environment, Hostility, Judgement, Murder, Parental Burden, Parents Don't Always Rule, Prison, Suicide, Supremacy, Violence, Youth

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07-Feb-2019


This man is trying to sue his parents for giving birth to him 

 

Let’s say that someone, without asking your permission in advance, kidnapped you and brought you to a new country where your life would be noisy, confusing, and full of suffering. That seems like something you could sue for, right?

Now let’s say that the way they did this was by giving birth to you.

That’s (approximately) the logic of Raphael Samuel, a Mumbai business executive trying to sue his parents for creating him. He told the BBC that he’s been obsessed since he was a small child with the question of why his parents were entitled to create him without his consent. Because it’s not possible to ask children for consent before they are created, he argues, it’s wrong to have them at all.

Vox

Tags: All Rights, Amen, Children, Choices, Court, Family, Fighting Back, Hypocrisy, Parents Don't Always Rule, World

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07-Feb-2019


No Charges In Police Killing Of Mall Shopper Mistaken For Shooter 

 

The fatal police shooting of an armed Alabama man after he was mistaken for a mall shooter in November was “justified and not criminal,” authorities said Tuesday.

Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall decided that the Hoover, Alabama, officer who fatally shot 21-year-old Emantic “EJ” F. Bradford Jr. will not be criminally charged in the Thanksgiving night shooting.

Huffington Post

Tags: All Rights, Court, Environment, Investigation, Murder, Parental Burden, Police, Policy, Politics, Protections, Violence, Youth

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06-Feb-2019


Transgender woman sues N.J. restaurant claiming unlawful termination 

 

A transgender woman filed a lawsuit last week against a New Jersey restaurant claiming she was unlawfully fired due to her gender identity.

Crystal Aiello worked at Sicilian Sun in Ho-Ho-Kus, N.J., for just one day in September before the owner of the Italian restaurant, Jim Boggio, informed her she was being terminated.

"Boggio called plaintiff and left a message stating, 'Other servers did not feel like you were a good fit,' and that she did not need to return to the restaurant," the lawsuit states. "Boggio fired the plaintiff solely because at least one member of staff was uncomfortable working with a transgender woman."

NBC News

Tags: All Rights, Business, Court, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Equality, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Hate, Restaurant

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05-Feb-2019


Ohio Girl Abducted, Killed on Way to School — and Parents Sue School for Not Reporting Her Absent 

 

The parents of 14-year-old Alianna DeFreeze allege that hours were wasted in search for her because the school didn't tell them she was missing

The parents of a 14-year-old Cleveland girl abducted on her way to school, then raped, tortured and murdered, allege the school is at fault for not alerting them about her absence, wasting hours that might have been used to search for her.

In a wrongful death lawsuit filed Friday and obtained by PEOPLE, the parents of Alianna DeFreeze say her school knew about the seventh grader’s unexcused absence on January 26, 2017, but failed to properly use an automated messaging system in place to alert parents with news about their children.

The school system “utterly and without question breached a critical duty owed to each and every parent to provide notice of a missing child—no text messages, phone calls, emails or any other form of communication,” the lawsuit alleges.

People

Tags: All Rights, Backlash, Court, Education, Environment, Laws, Murder, Neglect, Parental Burden, Protections, Representation, Sad, Safety, Victims, Violence, Youth

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31-Jan-2019


I was fired for refusing to cheat on my wife: suit 

 

His good looks got him a pink slip.

Real estate broker Regis Roumila claims he was kicked to the curb four months into his job at Christie’s International Real Estate because he refused to cheat on his wife.

Roumila repeatedly spurned the advances of a sexually aggressive female colleague and was later terminated, he charges in a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit.

NY Post

Tags: Abuse, Action, All Rights, Bullying, Court, Employment, Environment, Hypocrisy, Men, Real Estate, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Women

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27-Jan-2019


Restaurant worker who says she was fired for speaking Spanish fights back 

 

Francisca Pérez said she was going about her job as a line cook at a high-end California restaurant, where she worked for over a decade, when the owner fired her for speaking Spanish to a fellow worker.

“I felt humiliated," Pérez told NBC News. "I felt I was not worth anything in this country."

Pérez said that last May she and a recently hired waitress, Janet Ruelas-Nava, exchanged a few words in Spanish about whether a dish was ready to go out at Osteria Fasulo in Davis, west of Sacramento.

Pérez said the owner, Leonardo Fasulo, heard them and started yelling at Ruelas, saying they shouldn't speak Spanish at work.

NBC News

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Backlash, Court, Dictatorship, Employment, Environment, Fighting Back, Finance, Hate, Hypocrisy, Racism, Restaurant, Supremacy

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20-Jan-2019


Judge rules against elderly lesbians rejected from retirement home 

 

A federal judge this week ruled against a lesbian couple who sued a Missouri retirement home for rejecting their apartment application because their marriage is not "understood in the Bible.”

Bev Nance, 68, and Mary Walsh, 72, were married a decade ago in Massachusetts and have been in a committed relationship for roughly 40 years.

NBC News

Tags: Aging, All Rights, Court, Environment, Homophobia, Hostility, Judgement, Laws, Leaders, Lesbian, Politics, Protections, Relationships, Religion

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18-Jan-2019


The Trump Administration Just Asked The Supreme Court To Let It Enforce Its Transgender Military Ban 

 

The Trump administration on Friday asked the Supreme Court to take up three cases challenging the administration’s repeated efforts to bar transgender people from serving in the military. The move is the latest unusual filing at the high court by an administration that appears eager to leapfrog over appeals courts that have previously sided with challengers to the administration’s policies.

The effort to reverse Obama-era policies allowing for open transgender military service began when President Donald Trump tweeted out news of the ban in July 2017 and has been met with heavy skepticism from courts around the country since that morning.

Buzzfeed News

Tags: All Rights, Court, Govt, Hate, Interference, Policy, Transgender, Waste

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24-Nov-2018


COURT RULES NONCONSENSUAL SEX WITHOUT VIOLENCE DOESN’T COUNT AS RAPE 

 

A Spanish court has cleared two men who had nonconsensual sex with a woman of rape because their actions weren’t “violent” enough to warrant such a verdict.

The victim’s “vulnerable nature” and prior alcohol intake allowed the pair to have sex with her without resorting to violent acts, the ruling said, according to the BBC.

The court jailed the men for sexual abuse rather than sexual assault—Spain's legal equivalent to rape.

The perpetrators—an uncle and nephew—received sentences of four and a half years. Sexual assault crimes can result in prison terms of up to 15 years in Spain, the BBC stated.

Newsweek

Tags: All Rights, Court, Judgement, Punishment, Rape, Sex, Violence, Woman's Rights

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24-Nov-2018


The U.S. is denying marriage benefits to this gay widower, so he’s suing the government 

 

The U.S. Social Security Administration (SSA) has a policy that says a spouse must be married to their partner for at least nine months before they’re eligible to receive a deceased partner’s survivor benefits.

That’s not a problem for most couples, but it is for Michael Ely, a 65-year-old gay Arizona resident. He was denied SSA survivor benefits when his husband of six months died of cancer in 2015.

Ely and his partner Jim Taylor met in 1971 and they stayed together for the next 43 years. But because marriage wasn’t legal in Arizona until October 2014, they couldn’t marry until just before Taylor died.

“We got married as soon as we could, quickly gathering our loved ones together in less than three weeks,” Ely said. “But we were only able to be married for six months before I lost him to cancer.”

Queerty

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Court, Death, Gay, Gay Rights, Govt, Insurance, Marriage Equality, Relationships

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23-Nov-2018


Supreme Court asked to mandate segregation for transgender students 

 

The Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), an anti-LGBTQ hate group, has yet another case it wants the Supreme Court to consider. This time, they’re hoping the justices will mandate that schools must segregate transgender students to single-use restrooms for the sake of other students’ “comfort.”

In its petition to the Court, ADF asks it to overturn a decision by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit that upheld a trans-inclusive policy at Boyertown Area Senior High School in southeastern Pennsylvania. The Third Circuit recognized that it is important to transgender students’ well-being to be recognized according to their gender identity and that excluding them from facilities is detrimental to both their physical and mental health. While the students ADF represents may have been uncomfortable, they are not suffering comparable discrimination or violations of privacy simply for being expected to share facilities with their transgender classmates.

Think Progress

Tags: All Rights, Court, Education, Environment, Policy, Privacy, Transgender

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20-Nov-2018




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