|rape and murder||強姦と殺人|
The New York Times
· The Central Park Video and #LivingWhileBlack in New York City →
And for many people, especially black and Hispanic people, Central Park is also synonymous with the Central Park Five, the teenagers wrongly accused of raping a jogger there in 1989.
· 'Look what he's taken from me': the deadly toll of Catholic church sex abuse on Guam →
“You know, just standing here, right behind you, that is where I was raped,” says Denton, 56.
· Ethiopian security forces accused of 39 extrajudicial killings →
Based on interviews with 80 victims or direct witnesses of violence, Amnesty's report said the Ethiopian army and regional security forces in Amhara and Oromiya were involved in inter- ethnic killings, mass arbitrary detentions and rape.
· 'Defending Jacob' delivers a disturbing finale after a disappointing season →
The Barbers head home, but their victory is slightly tainted by an encounter with Father O'Leary (William Xifaras), whose is revealed to be the Barbers' mysterious stalker and an old associate of Billy's (J.K. Simmons), Andy's father who was convicted of rape and murder.
· Harvey Weinstein accused of rape by four more women in new lawsuit →
The disgraced producer is currently serving a 23 year prison sentence for rape and sexual assault.
· Pussy Riot and Chilean group join forces against state repression →
“Instead of protecting people and investigating real crimes like rape or domestic violence, police persecute activists and protect those with power,” she added.
The China Post
· Ruling means Missouri’s last abortion clinic stays open →
Parson signed legislation in May banning abortions at or beyond eight weeks of pregnancy, with exceptions for medical emergencies but not for rape or incest.
· Heather Chasen obituary →
However, Valerie showed a softer side when she provided support to Miranda after her daughter’s rape ordeal.
The China Post
· Weinstein raped me in 1994 at age 17, woman says in lawsuit →
NEW YORK (AP) — A woman who says Harvey Weinstein raped her when she was 17 is among four plaintiffs in a new lawsuit against the imprisoned movie mogul, the latest court action accusing him of decades of vile sexual behavior.
· The 4 best movies you can now watch at home →
On the Record — a bombshell documentary in which a large group of women allege that Def Jam record label founder and “godfather of hip-hop” Russell Simmons sexually assaulted or raped them — wound up on a strange and baffling journey to its HBO Max release.