Yale Law Professor Exposes Disturbing Eugenic Origins of Colorado’s Habitual Criminal Law

DENVER, Colorado – Yale Law School professor Daniel Loehr, along with research assistants Balen Essak-Hernandez and Courtney Perales, has filed an amicus brief before the Colorado Supreme Court, arguing that the state’s habitual criminal law is linked to the eugenics movement. Loehr’s brief, based on historical research conducted during his time at the Law School, aims to demonstrate the historical origins of the law and its ties to the eugenics movement. The brief focuses on the case of Ward v. the People of Colorado, in which an individual was charged under the habitual criminal law … Read more

Diddy Dragged into Lawsuit: Accused of Son’s Involvement in Disturbing Yacht Assault

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Music mogul and entrepreneur Sean “Diddy” Combs has been named as a co-defendant in a lawsuit alleging that his son sexually assaulted a woman on a yacht. The lawsuit was filed in the state of California. The plaintiff accuses Combs’ son, whose name has not been disclosed, of committing sexual assault during a party on a yacht. The incident is said to have taken place in December 2020 near Miami, Florida. According to the lawsuit, the woman claims that she attended the party at the invitation of someone she knew. She … Read more

Niagara Falls Couple’s Disturbing Attack on Elderly Man Heads to Grand Jury After Shocking Discovery

Niagara Falls Couple to Face Grand Jury in “Vicious and Violent” Attack TOWN OF NIAGARA – A couple from Niagara Falls, New York, has waived their right to a preliminary hearing on Monday following what law enforcement sources describe as a “vicious and violent” attack on a man in the Town of Niagara. Gregory Perry, 31, and Ashley McMillen, 35, have been incarcerated since their arrest on Tuesday night. Perry is being held without bail, while McMillen’s bail is set at $100,000. Law enforcement officials apprehended the couple after forcibly entering a trailer in Cayuga … Read more

Effingham County Commissioner Indicted for Sexual Battery Charges Against Minor: Disturbing Allegations Surround Longtime District 4 Representative

EFFINGHAM COUNTY, GEORGIA – Effingham County Commissioner Reginald Loper is facing serious charges after being indicted by a grand jury on Monday. The charges include one count of sexual battery against a child under 18 and one count of sexual battery. Loper, aged 85, was arrested in May 2023 but has continued to serve as a county commissioner while out on bond. He has held the position for two decades, representing District 4. The news of Loper’s indictment has sent shockwaves through the community. Effingham County residents are now grappling with the allegations against one … Read more