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Widow condemns "barbaric" death of driver beaten over masks
The wife of a French bus driver who was beaten to death after he asked four passengers to wear face masks aboard his vehicle called Saturday for “exemplary punishment” for his killers.
The assault on Philippe Monguillot has scandalized France. President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday dispatched the interior minister to meet the driver's widow after his death was announced Friday. He had been hospitalized in critical condition after the July 5 attack.
Veronique Monguillot said she told the minister, Gerald Darmanin, that she and their three daughters were “destroyed” by the attack on her husband at a bus stop in Bayonne, southwest France.
“We must bang a fist on the table, so this never happens again,” she said. “It's barbaric, not normal. We must stop this massacre."
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BREAKING NEWS: Death of Robert Fuller, 24, who was found hanging from a tree in a California park last month is ruled a suicide
The death of Robert Fuller, who was found hanging from a tree in a Southern California park last month, has been ruled a suicide.
Sheriff's Commander Chris Marks said Thursday that the investigation revealed Fuller, 24, suffered from mental illness and took his own life early on June 10 in a park near City Hall in Palmdale, a community of about 150,000 people north of Los Angeles.
At the time his body was found, deputies found no evidence of a crime and an autopsy conducted the next day resulted in an initial finding of suicide.
Salt Lake City cops will NOT face charges for fatally shooting 22-year-old in the back 34 TIMES as he ran away because it 'was justified' under Utah law
Gender questioning teenager dies by suicide after being bullied and body-shamed by classmates
“Papa, I’m sorry as I could not be a good son,” the suicide note, seen by the National Indian Herald, said.
The teenager from India said they had started to feel like they could be trans.
“I cannot earn like you. I have girl-like features and even my face is like them,” they continued.
“People laugh at me. Even I have started feeling that I am a ‘kinnar’ (transgender).
“My life will darken your life and that is the reason why my death is necessary. Please bless me that I take birth as a girl. If a girl is born in our family, then you must believe that I have returned.”
Black Teen Found Dead, Hanging in Texas Not Victim of Foul Play, Police Say
On Wednesday, the Harris County Sheriff's Department in Texas, confirmed that the 17-year-old black teen found dead, hanging from a tree, was not a victim of foul play.
"Homicide investigators were able to review school surveillance cameras and found no signs of foul play in this tragic incident," a statement from the Harris County Sheriff's Department said.
A 17-Year-Old Who Organized A BLM Protest Had A Burning Cross Placed In His Yard, Cops Said
A family posted a Martin Luther King Jr. quote in honor of Black Lives Matter. Their town told them to take it down
Former Head of Diversity: ‘Black Lives Did Not Matter at Morgan Stanley’
White Man Tells Black Teen in Gated Community She Doesn't Belong There
Viral Video Shows Racist Getting His Ass Handed to Him at Supercuts
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‘The Good Place’ Producer Megan Amram Apologizes for Past Offensive Tweets
Filipino American confronted for BLM message sheds light on form of genteel racism, experts say
Being Black at work right now means doing a lot of extra emotional labor
A study examined the death certificates of LGBTQ teen suicide victims. This is what they found.
LGBTQ youth who die by suicide are more likely to have been bullied, according to a new study published in JAMA Pediatrics.
LGBTQ youth are both more likely to be bullied and more likely to report suicidal thoughts and behaviors than cisgender, heterosexual youth. A team of researchers set out to determine if the two high rates are related.
The researchers examined death records for teens from 2003 to 2017, examining both the coroner’s or medical examiner’s report and police reports about the suicides. Since the records don’t always say how a decedent identified, the researchers looked for keywords describing how their families saw them, if they had a same-sex boyfriend or girlfriend, or if they were taking steps toward a transition.
Overall, they counted around 3% of the nearly 10,000 suicide records they had access to as LGBTQ. The researchers note that this is probably an undercount – there may have been LGBTQ youth whose death certificates and police reports didn’t mention their gender identity or sexual orientation in any way.
Religion can make gay youth more likely to commit suicide
A group of gay men threw a days-long “rona rave” in NYC. Some of them are healthcare workers.
Gay adult performer Ian Frost threw a “Rona Rave” in a New York City apartment that reportedly went from Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning. His party included at least one frontline medical worker, a pharmacist and roughly a dozen other men — none of whom wore face masks nor practiced social distancing.
Brothers offered a ride to four teenage girls 'before plying them with drugs and raping three of them'
Two brothers from New Jersey have been arrested after giving a ride to a group of teenage girls before then offering them a host of drugs and then allegedly raping them.
The group of four girls from Millstone, New Jersey were walking in the early hours of April 22 when Wilson, 21, and his brother Wilfrid Cesaire, 28, both from Asbury Park, pulled over to the side of the road and invited the juveniles into their car.
At least three of them were sexually assaulted, police say.
North Carolina Mom Kills 4-Year-Old Stepson With Plastic Bag, Then Murders Husband Decades Later
How Camcorder Footage Exposed a Famed New York City Cantor’s Shocking Child Sexual Abuse
Man Allegedly Killed Girlfriend And Her Two Sons, Then Dumped Them In The Desert
Man killed in midday Uptown shootout was targeting rival gang members: prosecutors
'Giving' Utah Mom in Training to Become Nurse Is Killed in Murder-Suicide: 'Great Mother'
Santa Rosa Man Suspected In Stabbing During Fight Over Stolen Bike
Calif. Cops Arrest and Release Man Three Times in One Day Thanks to State Bail Ban
‘I realized I’m probably gonna die': Upper East Side woman says she was trying to help out roommate who stabbed her for criticizing drinking during coronavirus lockdown
Family Dollar security guard shot to death after telling shopper to wear mask
After employees receive threats, one city is forced to nix rule requiring face masks in businesses
An emergency proclamation requiring face masks in stores and restaurants in Stillwater, Oklahoma, was nixed after store and restaurant owners received threats.
The proclamation was issued Thursday. Among other things, the order made businesses require patrons to cover their faces to combat the spread of coronavirus.
But on Friday, Mayor Will Joyce softened the rule to encourage, not require, face coverings, after several reports emerged of employees being verbally abused and being threatened with physical violence while trying to enforce the order -- all in just three hours of the rule going into effect.
"Many of those with objections cite the mistaken belief the requirement is unconstitutional, and under their theory, one cannot be forced to wear a mask. No law or court supports this view," said City Manager Norman McNickle in a statement. "It is further distressing that these people, while exercising their believed rights, put others at risk."
McNickle went on to explain the importance of face coverings in preventing the spread of coronavirus. The masks have been recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Oklahoma State Department of Health.
Another wave of coronavirus will likely hit the US in the fall. Here's why and what we can do to stop it
Mobile Phone Data Show More Americans Are Leaving Their Homes, Despite Orders
Texas park ranger pushed into water after reminding crowd about social distancing
California restaurant defies statewide order, opens for dine-in service
Coronavirus: Armed protesters enter Michigan statehouse
COVID-19 continues killing African Americans at shocking rates
‘I apologize to God for feeling this way.’
Seven high-risk sex offenders — 'the most dangerous kind of criminal' — released early in California over coronavirus
The Orange County District Attorney's Office warned residents that seven high-risk sex offenders have been released months early as part of the efforts in California to slow the spread of the coronavirus in jails, KCBS-TV reported.
"These kinds of high-risk sex offenders are the most dangerous kind of criminal and the most likely to re-offend," Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer said in a news release. "They are doing everything they can to avoid detection by the parole officers assigned to monitor them so they can potentially commit additional sex offenses. These are not the kind of people who should be getting a break."
The sex offenders — convicted of crimes ranging from indecent exposure and sexual battery to child molestation — were released beginning April 7, many of them spending just days behind bars instead of the six months required by law for registered sex offenders who violate parole by removing or disabling GPS monitors.
"It is not the Court's responsibility to control the jail population by releasing these dangerous criminals back into our communities," Spitzer said. "The residents of Orange County deserve to have the peace of mind that registered sex offenders are being held accountable and not just let out the front door of a jail by a court commissioner who refuses to follow the law."
A cult leader held ex-gay torture sessions in her home. A former follower came back with a gun.
Indiana postal worker may have been fatally shot over delayed stimulus check
Heavily tattooed Florida man allegedly abducted, drugged, beat woman in camper
Ariz. Mom Was Seen 'Screaming for Help' Before Being Found Dead — as 4 Women Are Arrested
'Tragic Beyond Words': Texas Mom Allegedly Murders Her Children After Losing Custody, Then Kills Herself
Man left with fractured face in ‘transphobic or homophobic’ London tube attack
Man Thought He Was Arranging A Casual Hookup, But Ended Up Being Shot By Woman And Her Boyfriend, Cops Say
Ex-NFL Linebacker Telvin Smith Accused Of Having Sex With Underage Girl
Teen Pleads Guilty to Manslaughter in Frederick Fair Attack
A Police Officer Hit A 14-Year-Old And Pinned His Head To The Ground While Detaining Him Over A Cigar
A California police officer punched a 14-year-old black boy in the chest and pinned his head to the ground while detaining him for possessing a cigar in an incident that was captured on video.
The video, which was posted to Twitter by the boy's family and their friends, shows a Rancho Cordova police officer beating the teen as he struggles on the ground. After it was shared tens of thousands of times, authorities said the incident was under review — but also that the boy resisted detention as the officer attempted to investigate a potential crime.
"It’s important to put video footage into context, especially in relation to a use of force incident," Sacramento County Sheriff's Sgt. Tess Deterding said in a statement.
REVEALED: Gunman, 43, with a history of domestic violence 'shot and killed four teenagers and a woman in a Milwaukee home then called 911 to say his family was dead'
Man Allegedly Beats, Stabs Mistress To Death With Tequila Bottle, Box Cutter, After She Flew Out To See Him
Paedophile grandfather, 76, who molested his five-year-old grandson the day before his birthday is let off prison over fears he might get coronavirus
Mum accused of trying to kill her own baby boy by poisoning him with bleach pleads not guilty to attempted murder
Pregnant N.J. Restauranteur Who Appeared on MasterChef India Killed in Apparent Murder-Suicide
Nanny Who Says She's a Porn Actress Accused of Child Sex Abuse, Cops Urge Children to Come Forward
According to an arrest report obtained by the Pensacola News Journal, Walter describes herself as a self-employed pornography actress who has filmed herself masturbating in public places. The arrest report alleges that she recorded videos of herself masturbating in the presence of children, and even engaged in conversations with them while doing so. The videos were then allegedly uploaded to several porn websites.
Wis. Teacher Set up Secret Instagram Account to Send Nude Photos to Boy, 14, She Sexually Assaulted
‘Baby killer who shoved girl in backpack to die’ demands jail release over coronavirus fears
Man 'kills girlfriend, her daughter then himself' as victim's sister, 12, finds bodies
Dad 'murders nine-year-daughter' after release from jail in coronavirus amnesty
3 Babies Were Abandoned at Fla. Apartment Complex Over 3 Years — and They All Have the Same Parents
Mother blasts her son's killer for tormenting her on social media from behind bars two years after gang hacked the 17-year-old to death with machetes in a row over a bike
Louisiana man angry over stimulus check set mom’s shed on fire: cops
Deputies: Man shot after allegedly attacking a couple
Air Force Member Allegedly Killed Sunday School Teacher Who Vanished from Mennonite Community
Dan Patrick on coronavirus: 'More important things than living'
Texas Lt. Gov Dan Patrick doubled down on controversial comments he has made about the coronavirus pandemic, telling Fox News on Monday that Americans had to "take some risks" in reopening the economy.
Patrick was heavily criticized last month after he suggested in an interview with Fox News' Tucker Carlson that he and other senior citizens might be willing to die to save the economy. He stood by his statements in a new interview with Carlson on Monday night, saying, "We are crushing the economy."
"And what I said when I was with you that night, there are more important things than living. And that's saving this country for my children and my grandchildren and saving this country for all of us," Patrick said Monday night.
He went on to say that he didn't want to die but that "we've got to take some risks and get back in the game and get this country back up and running."
RHOC's Kelly Dodd Says Coronavirus Is 'God's Way of Thinning the Herd' Before Apologizing
'I Couldn't Take It Anymore,' Pennsylvania Man Tells Cops As He Allegedly Confesses To Killing Girlfriend
A Pennsylvania man reportedly turned himself in at a local police station and allegedly confessed to the murder of his longtime girlfriend.
Andre Stone, 38, walked into the Shamokin Police Department Tuesday afternoon and approached an officer he knew to confess to the murder of 45-year-old Dawn Latsha, according to the arrest affidavit obtained by The Daily Item.
The affidavit alleges that Officer Raymond Siko II greeted Stone upon entry and Stone responded with, "I killed my girlfriend and I wanted to tell you," PennLive reported. Stone also allegedly produced cellphone photos of Latsha's corpse.
"I couldn't take it anymore and I strangled her," Stone stated, according to the affidavit.
LPD: Man accused of quadruple murder has prior charges
3 Dead, 1 Hurt in 4 Separate Philly Shootings
Man Sues Psychiatric Hospital After Ex Kills Herself And Their Young Son In House Fire
Gay Couple Spat At, Called "Cancer Homos" in Viral Video
A video showing a gay couple in Amsterdam who were spat at and called “cancer homos” by a group of teens on Sunday has gone viral, and the pair are now sharing their story to bring awareness to the incident. The attack took place on Molukkenstraat as the two, Daniel Schepers and Fabio Viana, were walking to a supermarket in the city on Sunday.
“I hope it helps to share this story,” Fabio told local television AT5. “This makes me so angry. That this is happening here in 2020 without us provoking anything.”
Teen was bullied so badly he got a concussion & attempted suicide. Now his mom is suing the school.
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Gay man flees Turkmenistan after being horrifically beaten by police, all for the simple crime of having HIV
Teen boy hands himself into police after spitting on a gay couple while yelling vile homophobic slurs
The rise of domestic abuse during COVID-19 in LGBTQ relationships and how you can get help
The data I have been able to collate tells me this: that 1 in every 4 lesbians and up to half of gay men have been a victim of domestic abuse at one time in their adult lives and that this figure is nearly at 80% if you are a transgender. The Office for National Statistics collated “experimental” data that informed the reader as of 2017: 1.1 million people over 16 identified themselves as LGB (there is currently no data for those identifying as transgender) out of a UK population aged 16 or over of 52.8 million, just 2% of the population.
However, what do the figures tell us about right now for LGBTQ victims? Sadly nothing. If you were heterosexual I would be able to tell you that every domestic abuse charity in England and Wales has seen a rise in calls to their helplines and in daily visits to their websites (Refuge has recorded a 25% rise in calls and over 100% rise in daily visits to their website). I could even tell you with (disturbing) confidence that this rise has been recognised across the world, but the LGBTQ victim’s voice remains shrouded.
Elderly San Francisco Woman Assaulted and Robbed In Home Invasion
Sheriff: 2nd arrest in connection with kidnapping, killing
A trans woman was out drinking with her friends. Minutes later, she was shot to death by a gang of thugs
Transgender people in Panama alarmed by gender-based coronavirus quarantine rules
New York Man Kills 12-Year-Old Daughter, Wife, Himself In Suspected Double Murder-Suicide
1,500 more county lines drugs gangs in just a year: New figures reveal shocking rise in number of young people being groomed into trade as cocaine consumption in the UK rockets 290 per cent since 2011
Police: Florida man fatally shoots wife, 2 sons and self
Tori Spelling slammed for charging $95 fee for virtual meet-and-greet
Blend is a powdery substance or paintball liquid that you apply to your skin so the blotches disappear and you shimmer even tones. 07-Apr-2020
I say, you do what you need to and survive, fuck politically correct because for as long as you didn't hurt anyone, we'll forgive it... later. Be safe.
Remember the Yentl model. She was a woman pretending to be a man so she can prove to the world she was an equal and a survivor. Do what looks best on you. Bring gender back! We need to blend, just for a little bit. 07-Apr-2020