Lawsuit Against Anti-Trafficking Group Founder Dismissed Due to Liability Waiver, Despite Serious Injury Claims

Salt Lake City, Utah — A court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by Bree Righter against Tim Ballard, the founder of the anti-human trafficking organization Operation Underground Railroad (OUR). Righter had alleged that negligence during a training session at OUR’s Draper gym led to severe injury, specifically a shattered eye socket. Righter’s legal complaint stated that the injury occurred when she was accidentally struck by a trainee’s knee during a wrestling drill. She claimed this accident caused persistent headaches and compromised her vision. Furthermore, Righter, who served as a former Marine, initiated broader accusations including … Read more

Donald Trump’s Lawyers Make Fresh Bid to Remove Judge from ‘Hush Money’ Trial Due to Daughter’s Democratic Connections

New York City, NY – Former President Donald Trump has requested that the judge overseeing his “hush money” criminal case recuse himself due to his daughter’s work for prominent Democrats. Trump’s lawyers argue that Justice Juan Merchan’s daughter, Loren Merchan, has a “direct financial interest” in the case due to her employment at consulting firm Authentic Campaigns, which has worked for Trump foes such as Rep. Adam Schiff. Trump’s legal team claims that Merchan’s connection to the case creates an appearance of impropriety. Justice Merchan previously denied similar claims made by Trump’s lawyers in August … Read more

Radio Free Asia Shuts Down Hong Kong Bureau Due to Concerns Over New National Security Law

HONG KONG – Radio Free Asia has made the decision to close its bureau in Hong Kong, citing concerns for the safety of its staff following the implementation of Article 23, a new national security law. The law, enacted by the Hong Kong government, has raised serious questions about the ability of Radio Free Asia to operate safely in the Chinese territory. “Actions by Hong Kong authorities, including referring to RFA as a ‘foreign force,’ raise serious questions about our ability to operate in safety with the enactment of Article 23,” said Bay Fang, the … Read more

Blind Man Wrongfully Evicted and Rendered Homeless Due to Lack of Reasonable Accommodation, Attorney Appeals Dismissal

Wilmington, Delaware – A wrongful eviction case in Wilmington, Delaware has been dismissed by U.S. District Judge Colm F. Connolly, prompting an appeal from the plaintiff’s attorney, Thomas S. Neuberger. The plaintiff, William Murphy, who is 56 years old and in poor health, had moved to Maryland instead of returning to his Wilmington home. Neuberger argues that the judge failed to recognize the duty of local governments to provide “reasonable accommodations” to individuals with disabilities, including court constables carrying out evictions. Neuberger contends that the Americans with Disabilities Act mandates that reasonable accommodations be made … Read more