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Asian Student Reported Her Ex-Friend Over a Racist Instagram Post, She Was Accused of LYING Instead
A Korean American high school senior in Georgia is being praised on social media for speaking up against racism toward the Asian community in this time of coronavirus pandemic — especially after her authenticity was questioned by no less than a principal.
On Sunday, the student, identified only as Madison, took to Instagram to expose a former friend who complained about missing her graduation because “some ch*nkeye piece of shit decided to eat a bat.“
Texas Sam’s Club Stabbing of Burmese Man and Son Confirmed by FBI as Hate Crime
Trans Woman Stabbed to Death in NYC Park, Allegedly Over a Wig
A transgender woman was stabbed to death in a park in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood early Saturday morning.
The 33-year-old woman was sitting on a bench at Harlem River Park when her attacker approached her, witnesses told police, according to the New York Daily News. An argument ensued; one witness said it was over a wig. The attacker then stabbed her in the neck and fled on a scooter. Police arrived about 1:30 a.m., and the victim was taken to Harlem Hospital, where she was pronounced dead.
Lesbian sexually assaulted by man who told her he would ‘fix the gay’, police say
According to Deseret News, Adam Quinn Atwood, 34, was arrested on Wednesday March 26 and police in Salt Lake City, Utah, are investigating the sexual assault as a possible hate crime.
He has been arrested on charges of object rape, forcible sodomy, kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault and forcible sexual abuse.
The lesbian woman told police that Atwood was her friend’s husband, and that she visited the couple on the evening of Sunday, March 22, in Salt Lake City.
At some point during the night, her friend fell asleep and she said that Atwood began “touching and grabbing her”.
"We Can't Be Silent": Asian Americans in Hollywood Denounce "Chinese Virus" and Racist Incidents
"I want us all to understand there is no 'Chinese Virus.' A virus knows no nationality, and wherever and however it started, it does us no good to point fingers, ostracize, attack or demonize Asian people."
Shannon Lee, daughter of martial arts film star Bruce Lee, recently wrote this message on her late father's Instagram, offering a not-so-subtle criticism of President Donald Trump and senior members of his administration who have continually referred to the novel coronavirus — which has caused a global pandemic comprising almost half a million confirmed cases of the disease COVID-19 and over 20,000 deaths — as a "Chinese virus," despite the World Health Organization's warning against using geographic locations when naming illnesses.
The phrase is now linked to a wave of racist attacks against Asians and Asian Americans, from hate-filled messages on social media platforms to physical assaults in public.
The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur tweeted about his children being bullied by classmates. Weijia Jiang, CBS News' White House correspondent, revealed that a White House official had referred to the coronavirus as the "Kung Flu" "to my face." Actor Daniel Dae Kim, who recently tested positive for the novel coronavirus, wrote that it had been "too heartbreaking" to initially comment on the "blatant acts of racism against Asian people during this outbreak."
Lesbian teen murdered after being viciously stabbed 13 times on Human Rights Day
A South African lesbian teen was stabbed 13 times to death and her friend gravely injured by three men Saturday in an attack that has stunned the country, occurring on Human Rights Day.
As swathes of South Africa celebrated the establishment of the Human Rights Commission, Liyabona Mabishi, 16, was fighting for her life, Daily Voice reported.
Murderer who stabbed his teen Grindr hook-up more than 100 times had ‘sinister’ chats with four other men
Teen busted for attacking Asian man in alleged coronavirus-linked hate crime
Cops arrested a teenager for a coronavirus-inspired hate crime on the Upper East Side, police said Saturday.
The 13-year-old boy turned himself in at the 23 Precinct with his mother Friday evening, and was charged with assault as a hate crime and aggravated harassment as a hate crime, cops said.
He was wanted for running up to and kicking a 59-year-old Asian man in the back, knocking him to the ground, police said.
Victim of possible coronavirus hate crime in Queens speaks out
Cops bust suspect accused of coronavirus-related hate crime on Asian man
21-year-old jailed after he “flipped” and attacked gay veteran lover with a knife
The pair were in a consensual relationship before the attack.
Dylan Upton, a 21-year-old, has been jailed for eleven years and eight months after he “flipped” and attacked his male army veteran lover, whose name has not been revealed, with a knife before ransacking his house.
A restraining order has also been placed on Dylan, preventing him from contacting his victim ever again.
Dylan, who also had a long-term girlfriend, met the man on Grindr and embarked on a “drug-fuelled” six-month relationship with him. However, the relationship changed after he went to the man’s flat following a Parklife event.
Lesbian allegedly burns down apartment building throwing flaming hand sanitizer at her girlfriend
28-year-old Destiny Waite has been arrested after a domestic violence altercation with her girlfriend turned deadly. Waite threw a flaming bottle of hand sanitizer at her partner and caught the apartment building on fire.
Flames shot through the Hartford, Connecticut building in the early morning hours, leaving one man dead and dozens had to be rescued. Four other people were sent to the hospital with critical injuries.
A National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Study conducted in 2011 stated that LGBTQ communities of color are one of the demographic groups experiencing the highest incidents of domestic violence.
Brooklyn Girl Left Unconscious After She Was Attacked by Teen Mob
The NYPD is searching for the group of teens who viciously attacked and robbed a 15-year-old Brooklyn girl in broad daylight.
Authorities say the incident occurred around 4 p.m. Thursday on the corner of Utica Avenue and Sterling Place in Crown Heights. Surveillance video shows the young girl falling to the ground as more than a dozen individuals—most of whom appeared to be male—began kicking and stomping her while she curled up on the sidewalk. As the mob dissipated, one of the attackers is seen stealing the girl's sneakers off her feet.
Mom on son nabbed over Brooklyn girl’s assault: ‘I wanted to kill him with my bare hands’
A gay couple stood up to a man who was harassing women. The next day he got revenge.
A gay couple in southwestern France was beaten up during Carnival in what they say was a bias-motivated crime after they stood up to a man who was harassing women.
The couple, who has only been identified as Lucas and Noël in the media, said that they were participating in Carnival on Saturday, February 22, in the city of Pau when they came across a 19-year-old man.
The couple had to kick the 19-year-old out of a community event the previous night because of his “inappropriate behavior” towards women at the event.
The next day, they ran into the same man.
“He recognized us,” Noël told Sud Ouest. “He wanted revenge.”
San Francisco Police Search for Victim and Attackers in Viral Video
A disturbing case of bullying, or worse, was caught on camera sparking outage in San Francisco. All while police continue searching for the victim and his attackers.
A now viral video shows an Asian man collecting cans, being taunted and attacked in the Bayview District.
San Francisco police said they are actively investigating but are still trying to track down witnesses, the men responsible and the victim.
NBC Bay Area
San Francisco police arrest suspect in filmed attack of Asian man collecting recyclables
Classmate remains unpunished after viciously beating transgender teen on video
A transgender teenager was viciously beaten on video by a fellow classmate from Alpine, Texas’ Alpine High School. In the video, which has since gained thousands of views, the perpetrator can be seen pushing the victim to the ground and repeatedly punching him in the face.
The victim, who chose to remain anonymous, told CBS7 News, that the attack “came out of nowhere.” He and his friends were hanging out at the Sul Ross State University football field when the attacker approached him, cussed at him, and began beating him while two of the attacker’s friends looked on and laughed.
Gay couple targeted in drive-by shooting after they kissed in their car
Two queer men in Florida say that they came under gunfire after kissing in their car. Three people were injured by the spray of bullets, including a woman in a lesbian couple.
At 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Clive Khouri said that he and his friend were driving in the car when they were ambushed by several men in ATVs southwest Miami-Dade. The unidentified men opened fire on them, possibly after the two men kissed.
Even as Khouri tried to drive away, the men followed them and continued shooting.
Six teenage boys broke a gay author’s nose & cheekbone during his walk in the park
Chicago Sees String of Grindr Stun Gun Robberies
Chicago police are investigating a string of robberies in which suspects used Grindr to lure men to hotel rooms, then robbed them using stun guns.
At least five similar robberies involving the gay dating app were reported in the downtown area between Dec. 22 and Jan. 28.
Man confesses to viciously stabbing gay men in alleged hate crimes
Chicago Man Arrested for Robbing Grindr Dates With Taser
Bartender knocked unconscious & others injured as 2 men attacked a gay bar
An LGBTQ bar in Dallas was attacked by two men earlier this week, and police are looking for the two suspects.
The attack took place this past Sunday night after midnight at Liquid Zoo. Witnesses said that two young men entered the bar and shouted anti-gay slurs.
Bartenders tried to get them to leave, and that’s when they started punching the staff.
“It was kind of nightmarish because you never know what’s going to happen in that situation,” Ronnie Mikyles, who works at the bar, told CBS DFW. He added that he was worried that the attackers may have had a gun.