According to the Guardian, Atlanta, Georgia is the hub for the black LGBTQ+ community. The city has been joked about, lied on, and taken to task for its reputation as one of the centers for non-straight individuals, especially black men. By taking advantage of this fact that Atlanta is a haven for African-American homosexuals, this coward named Taurence Callagain received a conviction ruling based on a rape that he commited in 2015. In order to win the trust of a young woman, he perpetrated the fraud by acting as a gay man. He then lured the woman to his apartment where she expected to put some kush into the air. Callagain possessed ulterior motives. He continued the ruse all the way up until the woman found her way into his bedroom where he savagely raped her.
The convicted felon Harvey Weinstein has enlisted personal care to give him tips on how to navigate his way through life behind bars. Did his survivors have someone to guide them through their way to fend off his advances and vicious actions? Why does he get the opportunity to get assistance?
Why do people join gangs? Is it the allure of letting out aggression? Is the elements of fraternity and sorority that gangs offer? If that’s the case, joining the United States Marine Corps or colloquially, the Green Gun Club would be a much more honorable action. In a sweeping corral of defendants including Yonette “Star Brim” Respass Tyshawn “Breeze” Atkins, Marvin “Mukk” Pippins, and India “Gorgeous Gangsta” Lane, law enforcement officials have put these alleged murderers and fraudsters on ice.
When an attorney needs defense attorneys, that usually means that there’s real trouble. Former lawyer Michael Avenatti received a guilty verdict related to an extortion case involving the athletic apparel giant Nike amongst other charges. He faces at least two scores in prison at sentencing in June 2020. Known as the lawyer for adult film actress Stormy Daniels, Avenatti seemed poised to even one day ascend to the highest office in the land. Now, he is confined to a jail cell and allegedly being treated “like a caged animal.” Good. His smugness and subjectivism did him in this time. He just knew that his thousand dollar suits and slick talk would get him out of this jam. Such was not the case.
"You will be strangled to death in front of the parents whose children you killed. Your body will then be cut into 100 pieces and put in acid, the same way you killed the children."
— Judge Allah Bukhsh Ranjha, dealing out the sentence to serial child murderer Javed Iqbal Umayr
While Iowa becomes further mired in the caucus quagmire, another inflammatory story has arrived from the Hawkeye State. A transgender “woman” is set to be released from prison on the basis that “she” has “served ‘her’ time.” With his lower testosterone, it is expected that Joseph “Josie” Smith will never harm another underage individual again. Okay. Never mind chromosomes, anatomical makeup, and changes in appearance. These are all important, but they must be dealt with after the idea of a human being with a record for molesting some of the most vulnerable people in society is being set free based on conjecture and hopes and wishes.
Awakened by the sound of breaking glass, I sat up in bed. A stranger’s silhouette appeared on the other side of the smoked glass window in the bedroom door.
25-year-old Michele Wallace was born in 1949 in Forest Park, Cook County, Illinois. She was active as a child and was deemed a ‘tomboy’ because of her rambunctious manner. In elementary school, she favored racing cars rather than tea parties.
I often think back to that cool, autumn night I shared a room with thirteen strangers in an old, unkempt brick building on the river bank. The room was small, dark and musty, but it was warm and the scent of freshly-brewed coffee was strong. For the two hours I spent sitting around a long, wooden table with the strangers, I was silent. I observed. I listened. The hours passed like minutes as I was completely immersed in the horrific and touching stories of the strangers, one after another. My presence that night was not voluntary, though I would not have traded my experience for any other.
At times, female politicians seem to be a relatively new phenomenon. For example, Khertek Anchimaa-Toka was the first non-hereditary female head of state, ruling the Tuvan People's Republic from 1932 to 1973. However, let's not forget that not all politicians — be they male or female — are elected. Ruling from 47 to 42 BC, Sri Lanka's Anula of Anuradhapura would be an example of someone who inherited her position. Or, if you want to put it another way, she seemed to have murdered her way into power. Yes, Anula of Anuradhapura is apparently what some used to call a "murderess." Indeed, Anula is often considered a serial killer, killing 4 or 5 husbands (Or is it 6? It seems to be different with every source I find),