Everyone remembers the terrible crime that hit a couple of lesbian teenagers in Texas, Mary Kristene Chapa and Mollie Olgin, in June 2012. Almost two years after the fact, the murderer was finally arrested.
We know from now on that the murder of Britney Cosby and Crystal Jackson was a crime of hatred. James Cosby, Britney's father, admitted the facts and specified that he killed his daughter because he was disgusted that she is lesbian.
These last weeks, some celebrities came out, we heard about confirmations of relationships, very good news by-here by-there, except in Africa. As a whole, we spent good weeks, so good that we almost forget that abominable tragedies can occur.
At 7:30 AM, last Friday, the lifeless bodies of a couple of lesbian moms from Houston were found near a convenience store’s dumpster in Port Bolivar in the north of Galveston in south Texas.
That's terrible! During the Thanksgiving day, Mallory Owens, 23, was very violently attacked by the brother of her girlfriend in the city of Mobile in Alabama.
A few days ago, I told you that apparently Mallory Owens had not been victim of a hate crime while specifying that, despite everything, her family persisted in the hate crime idea, which seemed a little bit strange. I had concluded by writing that we were going to know the truth on December 10th when Travis Hawkins will go to court for his arraignment.
We don't have to wait anymore, Mallory has finally released a statement today. She confides that her life is still in danger, that it was not the first time that Travis attacked her and that he just has one idea: to finish what he began, in other words, to kill her.
What did really happen to Mallory Owens? Why was she brutally attacked by the brother of her girlfriend? These are the questions we have especially after Mallory revealed that it was not a hate crime.
In the county of St Louis in Missouri, the council passed an ordinance adding to the anti-discrimination and crime of hatred laws, the terms 'sexual orientation' and 'gender identity'.
After the murder of Mollie Olgin and the attempted murder of her girlfriend Mary Kristene Chapa a few weeks ago, there is maybe a third victim related to the Portland shooting and she need you to be identified.