I’m kind of iffy about the charges on the prison guard. Yes she was wrong to be having relations according to the law because he is in is prison and she also was on the job so that is wrong all together right there. I don’t think she raped him though. If she is pregnant then just by assumption I’m thinking that they were in a relationship. If he didn’t deny her or she didn’t force it does it make it rape because legally she’s above him? I just don’t get how that is called rape if she is “above” him in the law? So when a woman is raped the male is considered above her in the situation? If it was a male officer having relations with a female inmate would it just be rape because he’s a male and she’s a female, I think that they are just trying to label the situation because it’s seen as wrong to have relations with a prisoner especially if you’re a part of the law, but labeling it as rape is just making the situation sound worse then what it really is.
This article intrigued me because I have only seen this in movies, I never thought someone would throw acid on someone’s face until I read this story. I just thought it was so wrong that Mary Konye tried to act like she didn’t do anything, she disguised herself and then tried to console her after the fact of it all. I’m happy that she is getting jail time because this was planned, to get the acid know you’re going to dress up and also the fact that they were best friends since they were little and stopped talking. Mary was aware that Naomi had watched a documentary about a model that that had happened to, so she knew exactly how she felt and was going to feel after the fact. This was all because of a guy? This is a cold world we live in.
Everything about this article is disturbing to me. I just don’t understand what is wrong with people, why sexually abuse anything? Let alone an animal. In the story it says he has more charges such as solicitation of a child, but only the animal abuse made it into the headlines. I don’t understand why that only one of his many charges was publicized, I think we should be more aware of the crimes people are being charged with. Someone could think he was charged with sexually abusing an animal and not now that he tried soliciting a child, I think we should be more aware of the people around us. I just can’t believe he would sexually abuse a peacock!
Natalia Leite and Alexandra Roxo go Gonzo as they pose as strippers and experience something that can be best described as a Marina Abramovic performance crossed with a bizarro episode of Wife Swap…
Lisamarie Kolster's insight:
This was the video I brought up in class when we were talking about sex work. These women are going around trying out the most stigmatized jobs in the country that woman have. Living in the East Mountains and going to Moriarty High school you hear about the 203 and how it's how we would say a "ratchet" strip club. I never knew it was this sketchy though. The actual strippers there have to hold their own to be able to put up with the truck drivers which I guess is why everyone says they aren't just scary looking but scary in general. I feel scared that women do this to get by you just really never know the things people go through and not just people but women.
While I was looking for articles to scoop I came across many dealing with officers and how they interact with black males and females. This article however talked about police officers having cameras placed physically on them at all times as interacted with everyone in their everyday work duties. Two departments were already testing it out and the community already had less complaints. Some officers do not like they idea though of carrying a camera on them at all times but I don’t understand why? If they have nothing to hide and they are doing their job correct then I don't see what the problem is. I understand not having the camera on for basic calls such as noise complaints or else but in some situations it could be helpful not just for the officer but for the citizens as well. I'm not saying all cops abuse their power but if a situation came down to it I think it would be helpful, even in situations where the cop is in danger I think it would be helpful. At the end of the article it said “the cops and the citizens behave a little better when being watched" and definitely agree that anyone acts even the slightest bit better when they know they’re being watched.
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