Category: Accused

Florida teen accused of being ‘mastermind’ behind celebrity Twitter hack
, ,

Florida teen accused of being ‘mastermind’ behind celebrity Twitter hack

Hillsborough State Attorney Andrew Warren announced today that he has filed 30 felony charges against a 17-year-old resident of Tampa, Florida, who was described by Warren’s office as “the mastermind of the recent hack of Twitter .” The hack in question occurred earlier this month and involved high-profile Twitter users like Apple, Elon Musk, Joe…

Read More
Ohio Man Arrested, Accused of Kneeling on Child’s Neck in Photo
,

Ohio Man Arrested, Accused of Kneeling on Child’s Neck in Photo

Clark County is reviewing potential charges against a man who allegedly knelt on a two-year-old child’s neck in an image posted to social media on Tuesday. Isaiah Jackson was arrested on a probation violation after investigation of a photo posted online, allegedly depicting the 20-year-old Clark County resident kneeling on the neck of a crying…

Read More
Men Accused of Child Rape Among 830 Inmates Freed in Massachusetts
,

Men Accused of Child Rape Among 830 Inmates Freed in Massachusetts

Two men accused of raping children are among the nearly 830 Massachusetts inmates that have been freed in the last month over concerns of the Chinese coronavirus crisis spreading in prison facilities. Convicted child rapist Glenn Christie, 54-years-old, and 29-year-old Matthew Parris, accused of raping two teenage girls this year, have both been released from…

Read More
U.S. Media Accused of Hyping Coronavirus to Bring Down Donald Trump
, ,

U.S. Media Accused of Hyping Coronavirus to Bring Down Donald Trump

White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney has suggested the U.S. media is exaggerating the threat of coronavirus to “bring down” President Trump. Mulvaney implored Americans to ignore the media and turn off their televisions for 24 hours. “This is not Ebola, it’s not SARS, and it’s not MERS,” claims Mulvaney, despite not being a…

Read More
New York to Allow Accused Criminals to Inspect Own Crime Scenes
,

New York to Allow Accused Criminals to Inspect Own Crime Scenes

The state of New York will soon allow accused criminals to inspect their own crime scenes and will quickly provide them with a complete list of named witnesses testifying against them as part of a series of new jailbreak laws. As Breitbart News reported, New York’s bail reforms, set to go into effect January 2020,…

Read More
Lawyer Accused of Defrauding BP Oil Settlement Hosts Biden Fundraiser
,

Lawyer Accused of Defrauding BP Oil Settlement Hosts Biden Fundraiser

Joe Biden attended a fundraiser hosted by a high-profile trial lawyer, once accused of defrauding the British Petroleum (BP) oil spill recovery effort, during a recent campaign swing through Texas. The former vice president traveled to the Lone Star State on Friday for a series of events meant to bolster his standing ahead of Super Tuesday.…

Read More
Trump Accused of Antisemitism for Executive Order Protecting Jews | Breitbart
,

Trump Accused of Antisemitism for Executive Order Protecting Jews | Breitbart

Critics of President Donald Trump accused him of antisemitism Tuesday evening because of a poorly-worded tweet by the New York Times about an executive order to fight discrimination against Jews. As Breitbart News reported, President Trump planned to sign an executive order Wednesday directing federal agencies to apply Title VI of the Civil Rights Act…

Read More
Mike Bloomberg Vows to Free 316K Accused ‘Non-Violent’ Criminals from Jail
,

Mike Bloomberg Vows to Free 316K Accused ‘Non-Violent’ Criminals from Jail

Billionaire and 2020 Democrat presidential primary candidate Michael Bloomberg is vowing to free hundreds of thousands of accused criminals who are deemed “non-violent” by eliminating bail nationwide. During a speech in Jackson, Mississippi, Bloomberg laid out his plan to “reduce or eliminate the use of cash bail for non-violent offenders” who are awaiting trial. Such…

Read More
New York City to Free 125K Accused Criminals, Give Them Public Welfare
,

New York City to Free 125K Accused Criminals, Give Them Public Welfare

The state of New York is likely to free at least 125,000 accused criminals from prison next year and provide many with taxpayer-funded housing and job training services thanks to criminal justice reform laws. As Breitbart News has reported, the state’s series of bail reforms will ensure that suspects accused of crimes deemed “non-violent” are…

Read More
New York to Free Suspects Accused of Manslaughter, Child Sex Crimes
,

New York to Free Suspects Accused of Manslaughter, Child Sex Crimes

New York’s latest criminal justice reform plan will release suspects accused of second-degree manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, child sex crimes, and making threats of terrorism without ever having to post bail. The state’s series of bail reforms, set to go into effect January 2020, will ensure that suspects accused of crimes deemed “non-violent” are not…

Read More