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Chicago Police charge 14-year-old boy in Facebook Live gang rape

FILE – In this Feb. 1, 2107 file photo, Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson speaks at a news conference in Chicago. Police on Saturday announced they’ve arrested a 14-year-old who was suspected to have taken part in a gang rape of a 15-year-old girl that was stream on Facebook Live.(Photo: Teresa Crawford, AP)CHICAGO — Police on Saturday charged a 14-year-old boy for his role in an alleged gang rape of a 15-year-old girl last month that was streamed on Facebook Live.The boy, whose named was not released by police because of his age, was charged with aggravated criminal assault, manufacturing of child pornography, and dissemination of child pornography, according to Chicago Police spokesman Anthony GuglielimiPolice Superintendent Eddie Johnson has scheduled a news conference Sunday to discuss the ongoing investigation.Police announced on March 21 that they were searching for five to six individuals for the assault of the girl. The girl, who had gone missing on March 19, was found by Chicago detectives two days later, and one day after the girl’s mother approached Johnson as he was leaving a news conference and showed him screen grabs of the attack, according to police.The video, which has been removed from Facebook, was viewed by dozens of people, but no one called authorities.After the girl was reunited with her family, they endured online taunts and harassing messages, Johnson said.The department said in a statement that it has worked with the State Attorney’s Office and the city of Chicago to provide support for the family to ensure the girl’s safety and well-being.The alleged assault is one of several high-profile violent incidents that have been broadcast on Facebook’s and Twitter’s livestreaming platformsIn January, four young African-American suspects in Chicago were charged in the alleged torture and beating of a white teen with mental health challenges that was broadcast on Facebook Live. Prosecutors pointed to evidence from the livestream to make the case that the boy, who suffers from schizophrenia, was the victim of a hate crime.Facebook Live footage is expected to be used in the prosecution of a Minnesota police officer charged with second-degree manslaughter and two counts of dangerous discharge of a firearm in the high-profile shooting death of a motorist, Philando Castile. The aftermath of the controversial shooting was streamed by Castile’s girlfriend, Diamond Reynolds, who along with her daughter were passengers in  the vehicle. The trial of the officer, Jeronimo Yanez, is tentatively scheduled to begin May 30.Read More:Teen pleads not guilty to livestreaming friend’s rapeFacebook Live has a crime problemJudge denies bail for suspects charged in Facebook Live attackFollow USA TODAY Chicago correspondent Aamer Madhani on Twitter: @AamerISmadRead or Share this story: http://usat.ly/2nsqOZy

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Judge rejects motion to dismiss protesters’ lawsuit against Trump

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Grace Schneider, The (Louisville, Ky.) Courier-Journal

Published 6:17 p.m. ET April 1, 2017 | Updated 5 minutes agoCLOSE
Molly Shah talks about the complaint she filed after treatment at the Trump rally in Louisville.
Phillip Bailey, CJProtesters are escorted through the crowd inside the Donald Trump rally in Louisville.
Mar. 1, 2016(Photo: CJ file photo)LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A federal judge said in a ruling that then-candidate Donald Trump incited the use of violence against three protesters when he told supporters at a campaign rally a year ago to “get ’em out of here.”U. S. District Judge David J. Hale of the Western District of Kentucky also wrote in an opinion and order released Friday that because violence had broken out at a prior Trump rally and that known hate group members were in the Louisville crowd, Trump’s ordering the removal of an African-American woman was “particularly reckless.”Citing case law from tumultuous 1960s race riots and other student protests, Hale rejected motions to dismiss the pending complaint against Trump and three supporters in the crowd that was filed by three protesters after a March 1, 2016, campaign rally in Louisville. Only a portion of the defendants’ motion was granted, but the decision means that the bulk of the claims will proceed.The protesters, Henry Brousseau, Kashiya Nwanguma and Molly Shah, are seeking unspecified monetary damages. They claim they were assaulted by audience members who were riled up by Trump. Besides Trump, the lawsuit names three defendants in attendance — Matthew Heimbach, a leader with the white supremacist group Traditional Youth Network from Paoli, Ind.; Alvin Bamberger, a member of the Korean War Veterans Association from Ohio; and an unknown individual.CLOSE
Heimbach is founder of Traditionalist Youth Network.
Marty Pearl, Special to CJThe men were caught on video pushing and shoving Nwanguma to usher her out of the Kentucky International Convention Center after Trump’s urging from the stage.Trump’s lawyer, R. Kent Westberry of Louisville, had argued that the suit’s allegations threaten fundamental constitutional protections by chilling political speech and that those accused of assaulting the three were not acting for or at the direction of Trump or the campaign. Instead, they were acting on their own initiative and for their own purposes, Westberry wrote.Hale pointed out that, as the protesters had alleged, the violence began as soon as Trump gave a command and an order to get the protesters out of the rally.The judge dismissed one of the plaintiffs’ claims that Trump was vicariously liable for Heimbach and Bamberger’s actions. The men weren’t employed by Trump or his campaign and therefore weren’t under his control during the rally, Hale wrote.Follow Grace Schneider on Twitter: @gesinfkRead or Share this story: http://usat.ly/2nrTjqd

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Scandalous! Obama Changed This One Rule Just To Spy On Donald Trump! (Video)

Danny Gold for Liberty Writers reports, Donald Trump was 100% right! Barack Obama did make a massive rule change right before leaving office just to get away with spying on President Donald Trump.
There was a longstanding rule that forced intelligence agencies to censor the names of Americans intercepted during monitoring on foreign nationals before passing them on.
Barack Hussein Obama II is an American politician who served as the 44th President of the United States from 2009 to 2017. He is the first African American to have served as president, as well as the first born outside the contiguous United States.
Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946) is an American businessman, television personality, politician, and the 45th and current President of the United States. As of 2017, Forbes listed him as the 544th wealthiest person in the world (201st in the United States) with a net worth of $3.5 billion.
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