Category: Rape culture

Morning Wine Cellar – Trans Abuse In Texas And Sex Workers Rights In Seattle

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We jump right in with the story of a Trans Woman facing Sadistic abuse by the legal system.
LINK – Dallas jailers ordered transgender woman to show her genitals, lawsuit says

From we dive right into news updates out of Seattle as the garbage azz Nordic Model spreads.
LINK – Seattle’s latest prostitution sting: Progressive or misguided?
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They Actually Think Bill Cosby Is A “Victim” Of #MeToo

If you haven’t been following the strain of Black conservatives we’ve been following from The Wine Cellar, you may have missed the new narrative.

These Black conservatives ARE NOT Republicans.  For the most part, they’re non partisan and many of this particular crowd actually think legislation, bills, amendments, school board members, city ordinances etc:  don’t matter.  *Why?* Well, to my understand it’s because they don’t run on any legislation that specifically and only helps bl*ck people.

Since 2011, we’ve never heard or read them articulating what they want, but they do say they want to “replace the system of injustice with a system of justice”

Okay…. Image result for tariq nasheed pimp

We call them conservatives because the social values they express.
The call gay/queer/trans folks “sexually confused”.  They’re pro capitalism.  They’re anti choice.  Of course they think the feminism is a CIA conspiracy to “break up the black family”.  They firmly believe in nature or spiritually assigned binary gender roles.

The primary figure heads are Neely Fuller Jr and the now deceased Frances Cress Welsing.

The second tier has it’s nuances and subtle difference from Jason Black to Tariq Nasheed to Boyce Watkins and of course the most interesting and staunchly conservative of them, Gus T Renegade.  Which is obviously not his real name which one can assume creates an alluring mystery to a true believing follower of his.  That moniker actually comes from the Klan propaganda film “Birth Of A Nation”. in that film, character accused of raping a white woman was named “Gus The Renegade Negro”. So… Very Clever.

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Wacky Welsing & Gus The Renegade Negro

These figure heads and their loyal followers are sorely displeased that Bill Cosby went to prison for being a rapist. As they are conservatives, preferred narrative trumps facts.  Arbitrarily assigned correlation trumps a traceable series of chronologically separable events and stories.

Testimony from other comedians such as what is covered here from Uproxx doesn’t matter and they would just call that Racism White Supremacy.

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Patton Oswalt was on the You Made It Weird podcast with Pete Holmes and actually made it weird for a minute. That’s because the topic of Bill Cosby came up during the chat and Oswalt had some very strong, but noteworthy opinions on the situation.

The comedian hasn’t shied away from letting his feelings known about the Cosby sexual assault allegations, but the detail he goes into during the podcast really drive the message home: This probably is going to get worse.

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They don’t care that he paid over 3 million to make the case go away in 2006 as documented in outlets such as The Guardian.

Here’s an excerpt. 

“”””Bill Cosby paid $3.4m to buy the silence of a young woman he had previously drugged and then sexually assaulted, a prosecutor alleged on Monday as the comedian’s retrial got under way in Pennsylvania in the first major courtroom drama of the #MeToo era.

Kevin Steele, the district attorney for Cosby’s home county of Montgomery, revealed a secret that has remained hidden for the past 12 years – the amount of money that the TV star formerly known as “America’s Dad” was prepared to pay to keep his detractor quiet. The $3.4m was allegedly paid in 2006 to Andrea Constand, a Canadian massage therapist, to bring to a close a civil suit she had brought against him claiming he had persuaded her to take relaxant drugs before molesting her while she was unconscious.””””

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They don’t care that #metoo is actually from 2007 but gained little to no traction.
Or that it wasn’t until a decade later in 2017 when it did pick up as covered in outlets like Ebony.com and DemocracyNow.Org.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4BqsAJHzlw

They don’t care that it was shaky video from an amateur filmography with a smart device uploaded in 2013 that actually bought awareness to Cosby being a rapist.
That there was no #metoo conversation, let alone a movement.
They don’t care that fellow comedian, Hannibal Buress of whom actually has a joke of which rhetorically opposes feminism, is the one that took to the stage that evening.
They also don’t care why.

That younger performers since the 80’s had trouble with him trying to control them and make them not use dirty, evil curse words going back to Eddie Murphy.  That before Buress started saying that on stage, Cosby was a guest with fellow comedian, John Stewart and was telling him that the only reason people laughed was because of his dirty language.

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They don’t care that Cosby’s story is parallel to and clearly not a part of #MeToo.
They want it to be because this strain of black conservative actually doesn’t like white supremacy.  Further; They want it to be a part of #MeToo because as conservatives, they don’t believe victims by default. As conservatives, they just oppose anything associated with the word “feminist” by default.

One is probably not surprised that these folks are also conspiracy minded and when you mix that with being highly conservative AND against white supremacy, it gets a little weird.

Remember the story of the adult white  woman of whom accused the little 9 year old black baby of groping/assaulting her? (Link Here)

They call THAT part of #MeToo.

me too racist because 9 year old accused.

If you should dare make your way down this rabbit hole, you’ll find ideas expressed such as…..

””THE WHITE MAN PUTS THE WHITE WOMAN AT THE TOP OF SOCIAL HIERARCHY AND THE BLACK MAN AT THE BOTTOM AND FOR THE BLACK MAN TO REACH THE WHITE WOMAN HIS PENIS MUST BE VERY LONG SO LET’S LYNCH HIM AND CUT IT OFF”””

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This was actually articulated for a full segment by Claud Anderson on Boyce Watkins’ youtube program.

You’ll find Jason Black saying white people took down Bill Cosby, not because of who he is himself, but because they hate his Cliff Huxtable character from some old sitcom.

These black conservatives are big tent echo chamber with Boyce Watkins and Jason Black pushing the classism more so than others.  Tariq Nasheed brings the “street” energy and little bit of California liberalism with him. Cree plays the fauxminist among them.  Gus T Renegade is the most cultish and very staunch.  Neely Fuller Jr has a book out and does audio clips with the pausing and pacing of a comedian.  Frances Welsing, even in death is still one of the most referenced for her popular pseudoscience and creatively colorful ideas about sexuality.  They actually call The Grancestor.

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Jason Black

We’ll leave you with an example of an idea she actually pushed.

Her idea is that white people eat chocolate bars to simulate fellating and even consuming a black mans penis.
She furthers it with the idea that there are chocolate bars with nuts in them to represent the testicles.
She goes even further and points to Valentines Day and postulates that white people to celebrate romance, they give each other imaginary black penises and testicles because of their obsession with black penises.

That’s right. Fans of her and this whole ideological crowd are out there.

Peace
Please be as safe as possible wherever you are.

Remy Ma Takes The Conservative Position On R-Kelly

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In this one, we jump right in with the title story.
We move over to a disturbing story that ends with a white man being arrested safe and alive.
In a better world, we’d handle that different.
We take brief look at Chinese activity in Africa.
Then do some extra time on Coach Dave for fun.

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Donut Twitter Has A Hole In It

Phoenix Calida of Berniegressive Twitter has had some reasonable and nuance back and forth action with very level headed and even handed partisan Democrats.

Aside from that, we have a fast blast of news and comment to work around it.

NORTH CAROLINA DOMINO’S WORKER WHO TYPED N-WORD ON ORDER FIRED, SAYS HE DIDN’T UNDERSTAND CUSTOMER’S NAME

A North Carolina Domino’s employee was fired after a customer came to pick up her order and saw a racial slur on the order board in place of her name.

Myasia Nelson told WFMY that she placed a carry-out order for two pizzas and a side of wings at a Domino’s in Burlington, North Carolina, on Monday night. When she was waiting for the food to be ready, she noticed on the order board that instead of her name, the n-word, spelled “NIGA,” was displayed.

The employee, who has not been named, told his supervisor, Junior Snyder, that there was no ill intent in the word he chose. He claimed that he simply couldn’t understand what she was saying. Snyder explained that the employee recounted the story to him and since he didn’t know how to spell her name, he just typed anything in to the order system.

However, Nelson wasn’t convinced it was a simple mistake. She claimed she was only asked to give her name once and Myasia, which is the name she gave the employee for the order, sounds nothing like the word he chose.

“Racial discrimination. That’s what I feel like it is because if it were anyone else they would have never done that,” Nelson told WFMY.

By Tuesday, Snyder had fired the employee because regardless of whether the incident was a mistake, he explained to WFMY that what happened doesn’t reflect the company’s values.

“You can’t work for your company,” Snyder said he told the employee. “We’re not like that.”

domino's n word A sign is posted outside of a Domino’s pizza restaurant on May 1, 2014, in San Francisco. On Monday, an employee allegedly wrote the “N” word on a woman’s carry out order, leading to him being fired.JUSTIN SULLIVAN/GETTY IMAGES

Although the Burlington Domino’s is an independent franchise, corporate fully supported Snyder’s decision to fire the employee and commended him for doing it immediately after he was made aware of what transpired.

“As you might expect, this behavior is repulsive and intolerable and has no place in our brand,” Domino’s told Newsweek. “There are more than 15,000 Domino’s units in 90 countries around the world – we are a diverse, inclusive brand and there is no tolerance for that behavior.”

Snyder apologized to Nelson and he explained to WFMY that moving forward, all he can do is ensure it doesn’t happen again, train employees and “make sure everyone understands we don’t tolerate this.”

Aside from the anger that Nelson felt on behalf of herself, the experience took on a deeper meaning when she viewed it through the lens of being a mother.

“I don’t want my daughter growing up being called the words that they wrote about me or being called any type of name,” she told WFMY.

Domino’s also offered Nelson a $50 gift card, but she refused it on the basis that $50 is not worth what she had to endure.

Eighth-grader claims teacher called him the n-word, hit him with clipboard

A former student at Martin Luther King Jr. School, a pre-K-8 school in Northeast Portland, claims that a substitute teacher assaulted him and made racially derogatory comments toward him.
A former student at Martin Luther King Jr. School, a pre-K-8 school in Northeast Portland, claims that a substitute teacher assaulted him and made racially derogatory comments toward him.  (Faith Cathcart/The Oregonian/File photo)

The mother of a former eighth-grade student has filed a $300,000 lawsuit against Portland Public Schools, claiming a substitute teacher whacked the boy on the head with a clipboard and called him the n-word.

Lamar Warren is African American and was a 13-year-old student at Martin Luther King Jr. School at the time of the alleged assault in October 2017, according to the lawsuit filed last week in Multnomah County Circuit Court.

Plan to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch gets underway

If it works as expected, they’ll try to take a bite out of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch — a huge collection of floating trash that’s three times the size of France, or about double the size of Texas.
Philly trans community marches against violence

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Philadelphia’s transgender community members and supporters rallied Saturday afternoon in LOVE Park and then marched down Broad Street, packing more than a block, chanting for justice, carrying signs — “Trans is beautiful” and “Trans women are women” and “Trans men are men, period” — in a bid to shine a light on violence and discrimination.

The march, held annually since 2011, has taken on a particular urgency this year in the wake of the death of Shantee Tucker, 30, an African American trans woman who was gunned down Sept. 5 on Old York Road near Hunting Park.

This is the yard sign Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller has drawn attention to this week.
This is the yard sign Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller has drawn attention to this week. Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller’s Facebook post

Texas police confiscate political yard sign showing elephant with trunk up girl’s skirt

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Omarosa, Catholics, And Explosive Misogyny

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11 Year Old Black Girl Tortured By #GoodCop, Kevin Brown Because Snacks

An 11-year-old girl who was suspected of stealing food from a Cincinnati supermarket was tased by an off-duty police officer on Monday night.

The girl, who was suspected of stealing items from a Kroger store, was shocked with a Taser stun gun after she allegedly ignored an officer and started to walk away, Cincinnati police said in a statement.

 

“It hit my back real fast and then I stopped, then I fell and I was shaking and I couldn’t really breathe,” the girl, Donesha Gowdy, told NBC News in an interview alongside her mother. “It’s just like you’re passing out but you’re shaking.”

The fourth-grader said that she did not try to fight the officer and that she was not aggressive toward him.

Donesha Gowdy, center, with her mother and sister.
Donesha Gowdy, center, with her mother Donna Gowdy and sister.NBC News

The officer who stunned the child was identified as Kevin Brown, 55, in court documents. Police said he was working off-duty as a security guard.

Cincinnati police department procedure says officers should avoid using tasers on children under 7 or on people over 70.

“I’m not saying what she did was cool, I’m not saying that, but what he did was totally wrong,” the girl’s mom, Donna Gowdy, told NBC News.”Whoever thought of these rules needs to step back and think. I’m not just worried bout my own [child]. I’m not trying to see any kid get done like that.”

The procedure also states that “an individual simply fleeing from an officer, absent additional justification, does not warrant the use of the TASER.”

“We are extremely concerned when force is used by one of our officers on a child of this age,” Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot K. Isaac said in the statement. “As a result we will be taking a very thorough review of our policies as it relates to using force on juveniles as well as the propriety of the officers’ actions.”

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Donesha was charged with theft and obstructing official business. She was taken to a children’s hospital after the incident and eventually released to one of her parents, according to the police statement.

“We are saddened by this situation,” a spokesperson for Kroger said in a statement. “Nothing is more important to us than the safety of our customers and associates. Our thoughts are with the family and child.”

Joseph Blaettler, a retired deputy chief of police in New Jersey with 30 years of experience, told NBC News that the incident appears to be an “unreasonable” use of force.

“Use of force comes down to what’s reasonable and what’s not reasonable. So it comes down to what the officer was facing,” said Blaettler. “Generally speaking, tasing an 11-year-old, in my opinion, would be unreasonable.”

Brown tried to turn on his body camera but it did not do so immediately, only providing footage from after the incident, police said, according to NBC affiliate WLWT. Brown has been placed on restricted duty, the station reported.

An investigation has been opened by Vice Mayor Christopher Smitherman, according to the station.

The girl’s mother noted that the officer didn’t know how old her daughter was or if she had a condition, like asthma, that could have resulted in a serious health emergency.

“I told my daughter: ‘I hope you learn from this. You risked your life over some candy,'” Donna Gowdy said.

Rape Victim Of Good Cop Gets Case ReOpened Thanks To Journalism And #MeToo

After protesting outside St. Louis police headquarters and calling out her alleged rapist, he filed a restraining order against her. Then, more restraining orders game in.

 

ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Circuit Attorney said she’s reopening the criminal investigation into a St. Louis Police officer accused of rape.

It’s fallout from an ongoing 5 On Your Side I-Team investigation into how some police use their jobs to pressure women for sex.

For Michelle Roesch, the year 2008 wasn’t easy.

 

So she got help from two St. Louis Metro police officers who were also brothers. Roesch said they called her ex, and got him to back off.

“I thought they were protecting me,” said Roesch.

But later that evening, things took a turn for the worse.

Roesch was living in a top floor apartment in south St. Louis. Below her lived the cousin of those two cops. And that night, that cousin decided to have a party.

While sitting next to one of the brothers, who was in his uniform, Roesch said he started doing something strange.

“He started checking me for needle marks. He took his hands and skimmed id down my arms, legs and feet, tried to get me to take off my shirt. I was like, ‘I’m not a drug addict,'” said Roesch.

Then she says the 6-foot-plus cop pulled her into a bathroom.

“He started with forcing himself on me,” said Roesch. “He was pulling out my hair, punching me in the face.”

Roesch said then the police officer raped her.

She also said she felt like she had no way out.

“He had the gun right there the whole time,” said Roesch.

She eventually arrived at a hospital with a swollen upper lip, bruising around her nose and the back of her neck, and with pain in her genital area.

One problem: Roesch had just started her period, so a rape kit wasn’t possible.

But even without that, her medical records show she was diagnosed as a victim of sexual assault, with a recommendation that Roesch report it. She did, according to an incident report.

“I was fearful, fearful of retaliation with police,” said Roesch.

So she filed a restraining order against the officer, stating that he had raped her and hit her. The cop signed and agreed to it.

Then she said she reported the incident to police internal affairs.

But Roesch said the circuit attorney’s office eventually gave her bad news.

“They looked at me and said ‘He’s not going to be charged.’ I said ‘Did I say something wrong, did I do something wrong? What’s going to happen when he does it again?'” said Roesch.

Roesch said she just folded into herself and stayed that way for years.

Until:

“Everybody kept telling me about #MeToo,” said Roesch.

Inspired, she said she made a decision. She began protesting outside St. Louis police headquarters with a picket sign and a bullhorn, calling out her alleged rapist.

“I did use his name, but I also had checked with law enforcement. It was my First-Amendment right,” said Roesch.

But shortly after the protests began, Roesch was hit with a restraining order. It was a type of protective order that can be easily gotten without a hearing.

In this case, it had been filed by the officer she accused of raping her. It said Roesch could no longer mention him on social media or during her protests.

She was stunned.

“I had never had one before this,” said Roesch.

But it opened the floodgates.

Soon the officer’s brother and his wife filed for and got the same sort of order.

Then, people from St. Louis and Indiana also received orders of protection against Roesch. They’re people Roesch says she’s never even meet.

At one point, Roesch had twelve restraining orders against her.

And soon, someone claimed that she violated one of the orders. Police arrested her and charged her with a felony.

“My reaction was just horror,” said Chelsea Merta, Roesch’s attorney.

Merta took a close look at the orders filed against Roesch. Her conclusion: “They’re frivolous. They filed these orders to silence her to keep her from sharing her story.”

So Merta took Roesch’s case and started getting hearings before actual judges.

Earlier this month, in St. Louis County court, Merta and Roesch were ready to face off with her accused rapist, his brother and his wife, who had all filed orders of protection against her.

“We’re doing all three at one time. So everyone’s testimony will be all at once,” said Merta of the hearing.

But in the end, none of them showed up for court and the judge revoked their orders against Roesch.

Outside the courtroom, Roesch was tearfully grateful.

“I am speaking out on behalf of all of the rape victims,” said Roesch.

But she was also defiant.

“I also want to add you’re not above the law and you can’t and will not silence me anymore.”

Since then, Merta has gotten nearly all of the other protective orders against Roesch thrown out in court. But Roesch still faces felony charges for supposedly violating some of those restraining orders.

In the meantime, the lawyer for the accused officer tells us her client was previously cleared of any allegations and had even passed a lie detector test.

#GoodCop Desmond Logan Is Another Taxpayer Funded, Armed Rapist

A Chattanooga police officer under investigation for sexual misconduct was previously accused of raping a woman while on the job in 2015, according to another police officer and an alleged victim.

Their statements contradict information provided by police Chief David Roddy, who stated during a June 16 news conference that “there have been [no complaints] relative to this type of investigation” against the officer. The alleged victim, Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Matt Lea and an internal affairs file confirm the subject of the current investigation is Officer Desmond Logan.

Roddy said in June that the officer, who was assigned to the Neighborhood Policing Bureau, has been placed on paid leave pending the outcome of the investigation.

Another alleged victim, a current police officer and a separate source assert the officer has been accused of raping at least one additional woman while on duty and that department leadership knew about that allegation. The claim dates back to 2015 when a local woman said she informed the department Logan raped her in an empty parking lot late one night.

Her allegations would turn up last month in a file she said was shown to her by investigators looking into the June 13 incident.

A police officer, who spoke under the condition of anonymity for fear of retaliation, said the most recent alleged assault was just one of at least two Logan committed while on duty.

“It echoed back to the last time when they didn’t act on this kid [Logan],” the officer said. “They knowingly allowed a predator to keep that uniform on.”

Two women told the Times Free Press they made allegations against Logan.

The police department on Friday canceled a scheduled interview with Roddy and declined to set one up the next day. The department did not respond to a request to interview Logan.

Department spokeswoman Elisa Myzal sent a statement, explaining the department’s internal affairs unit would finish conducting its investigation into the June incident after the criminal investigation by the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office.

Details about the two alleged incidents are similar. Both women allegedly were picked up by Logan, told they were under arrest, taken to a parking lot and raped. The woman who said she was assaulted last month confirmed the incident through her attorney but didn’t want to provide additional details.

The Times Free Press does not identify alleged rape victims. The woman who claims she was raped by Logan in 2015 — shortly after he began actively working as an officer — is identified as Victim 1. The victim who brought forth allegations that resulted in the current investigations is identified as Victim 2.

Victim 1

Victim 1 has tried to forget the night of her alleged rape in 2015.

“I’m more cautious,” she said. “It’s had a toll, mentally.”

She was visiting a friend’s house near Rossville Boulevard late that night. She believes it was May, shortly before her birthday, but she knows it was either spring or early summer. She was in shorts, a tank top and flip-flops.

A police officer pulled alongside her after she left her friend’s house. He told her she was stumbling. That wasn’t true, she said. She hadn’t been drinking and wasn’t on drugs. She was going to a family member’s home for the night.

The officer changed his message. He told her there had been rapes in the area and he was looking out for her. Then, he became agitated. He told her she was being arrested and handcuffed her. She asked why and told him she had done nothing wrong. He placed her in the front seat of his car, she said, and drove.

She said the officer told her his name was “Officer Tate,” but his name tag said “Logan.” Years later, she found out from detectives his first name was Desmond. She became uneasy; she had been arrested before, but this arrest seemed different. She hadn’t done anything wrong, she said. But “Tate” kept telling her she was going to jail.

He eventually turned into a business parking lot on Rossville Boulevard. She thought he was going to remove the handcuffs and let her go. Instead, he pushed her into the back seat and raped her, she said.

The officer repeatedly told her not to tell anyone. He began talking about his children, telling her he had a family of his own, she said.

“He acted like nothing had happened,” she said.

He dropped her off at her brother’s, again telling her not to tell anyone, she said. She promised she wouldn’t.

She rushed inside, crying and shaking, and told her brother what happened. She wrote down everything she could remember before calling police, she said.

She explained what happened and was told to go to a hospital. The hospital sent her to the Partnership Rape Crisis Center, where she told her story and was tested for signs of rape. She also turned over her written account of what happened that night to the rape crisis center, where she was told it would help with an investigation into the officer, she said.

Seeking Answers

A portion of an Open Records Act request filed in June seeking the rape test’s results has not been responded to. Logan’s personnel file and internal affairs file have no mention of Victim 1 or any previous sexual assault complaints before Victim 2, the woman who reported the June 13 incident. The personnel file has little more than hiring paperwork.

Logan’s internal affairs file contains one sheet of paper. The top lists personal information: name, employee number, badge number and hiring date along with his department, division and sector. Below, reads “Incidents.”

The file lists several general allegations made by Victim 2 for the alleged sexual assault last month. The investigation into that incident remains ongoing.

A Knock on the Door

Little has officially happened in the three years since Victim 1 said she was raped. There is no record of an official investigation in Logan’s files.

She said she is trying to deal the best she can with what she said happened that night.

“I’ve tried to forget,” she said.

Three weeks ago, everything changed. Chattanooga Police Department internal affairs investigators came to her house, she said. They told her they had been looking into another case and came across her file. Two detectives with the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office also stopped by. With them, they had a file with her allegations — the sheet of paper she had written on the night of the alleged rape.

Two agents with the Federal Bureau of Investigation also came. The FBI did not confirm nor deny an investigation into Logan.

“Longstanding Department of Justice policy prohibits the FBI from confirming or denying the existence of any investigation,” bureau spokesman Jason Pack wrote in an email.

However, the detectives left businesses cards, which Victim 1 showed the Times Free Press.

Moving Forward

Chad Phillips, the attorney representing Victim 2 for Sutherland & Belk, PLC, confirmed the law firm is gathering information for a legal case.

Chattanooga Police Department representatives have said over the last month they take sexual assault allegations seriously. Roddy echoed that sentiment during the June 16 news conference.

“When a community member comes forward and states an officer has not upheld his or her oath, failed to serve and protect or violated their trust, that officer will be questioned,” Roddy said. “His or her actions will be investigated, and if found true, that officer will be held accountable.”

Deadliest Catch Star Sexually Abuses Minor, Avoids Jail Time

Deadliest Catch costar Edgar Hansen on Friday admitted sexually abusing a 16-year old girl last fall. Hansen admitting to touching the girls genitals and making her touch his genitals.

In exchange for his plea to fourth-degree assault with sexual motivation, Hansen, 47, was given a suspended sentence of 364 days in jail, meaning he will not spend time behind bars. He also received two years’ probation and various fees and fines totaling $1,653, with an additional $4,800 fine suspended, court records show.

Hansen was further ordered to undergo a sexual deviancy evaluation and treatment and provide a DNA sample to law enforcement.

The prosecuting attorney’s office agreed not to pursue any charges that may arise in the future in connection with the case, which was first reported on by the Seattle Times.

In a brief handwritten statement accompanying his guilty plea, Hansen acknowledged “touching [the victim’s] private areas … for the purpose of my own sexual gratification.”

The assault occurred on Sept. 30 in Snohomish County, Washington, court records show. The victim, described only as a 16-year-old girl, reported her abuse to her therapist in late October, saying it took place at a local home.

The victim said Hansen “kissed her on the lips, touched her vagina and had her touch his penis,” prosecutors stated in a probable cause affidavit.

Investigators spoke with Hansen’s wife, who said she “confronted him” after learning of the abuse, the affidavit shows. He “initially denied” it but “eventually admitted that he kissed [the victim] and touched her inappropriately.”

In his statement with his plea, Edgar wrote that he has “commenced treatment to ensure that nothing like this assault ever happens again.

Spain Updates/Upgrades Consent Laws

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