Philippines – Last Thursday, Darren Manaog Penaredondo, 28, took an evening trip to buy drinking water in the city of General Trias, a part of Cavite province. This late-night excursion would turn into his last. As the harmless trip to buy drinking water would put him in violation of the countries strict COVID protocols.
New developments have surfaced as the Derek Chauvin case unfolds. According to VICE News, a medical first responder who was witness to Chauvin kneeling on George Floyd’s neck, testified that she offered to give a dying George Floyd medical attention. Not surprisingly Chauvin and his accompanying officers did not allow her to.
Officer Rodney Vicknair had an established history of misconduct over his years of his service; from harassment to stalking. The latest allegations against him are shaping out to be the most horrific yet. When the teenage girl was released from the hospital, Vicknair allegedly began the next four months gaining her trust, sexually harassing her, and eventually progressing to sexually abusing her.
According to Quinto’s mother and sister, an officer handcuffed Angelo, as another kneeled on his neck for a horrifying five minutes, eerily echoing what happened with George Floyd seven months prior. In a video recording obtained from his mother, Angelo pleaded with officers, “Please don’t kill me.” It then shows police inverting an unmoving Quinto into custody, blood smeared on his mouth and dripping onto the floor.
Citizens of Myanmar have taken to the streets or rather, they have taken the streets. Protesting the country’s ongoing military coup.
A Bronx District Attorney, Darcel Clark, leads a wide-ranging inquiry into whether three detectives’ tactics had tainted guilty verdicts in 31 homicide cases. All of the detectives are currently under review for coercion.
The lines of the American punk ska band Sublime read like a jukebox classic playing in a bar or a karaoke favorite sung with friends.
Unfortunately, this beloved classic has been caught in the legal crosshairs of intentional copyright infringement. It was discovered this past Friday, when a man, Senett Devermont, paid a visit to the Beverly Hills Police Department, to obtain body camera footage from a previous incident, he was bombarded with the sounds of the all familiar “Santeria”.
Sister Abhaya’s publicized murder is shedding light on a long history of corruption that runs deep in some of the most modern religious institutions. Allegations of sexual crimes are often the ones that go unanswered. Along with corroboration with even the highest law enforcement, many of these crimes go unpunished.
An officer named Hiroyuki Matsuo in Fukuoka, Japan is suspected of pimping out a then 17-year-old girl to customers back in March. Matsuo was arrested Tuesday and charged with violating the anti-prostitution law.