A Denver wedding videographer who refused to work with a same-sex couple is setting the stage for another conflict over religious beliefs and state anti-discrimination laws. But when Suhyda reached out to Media Mansion about their wedding video last week, all her planning came to an abrupt halt. Read the full story at thedenverchannel.
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DETROIT - A Detroit man is charged with first-degree murder and assault with intent to murder on suspicion of shooting two men during a robbery attempt because they were gay. Police said Demetris Nelson, 26, used the social networking app Grindr to locate his victims, Brian Anderson, 31, and Malcolm Drake, 26, both of Detroit. Anderson was killed and Drake was critically wounded, according to medical officials.
The Orlando massacre turned a sanctuary of fantasy and escape into a sobering scene all too familiar in America. As partial transcripts of phone calls by the killer, Omar Mateen, were released, officials withstood lingering questions about the timing of the assault against him and whether police gunfire hit any victims. The recollections of those who knew Omar Mateen or encountered him conjure a man forever aggrieved; forever not at peace; forever out of step. Clubgoers, some shot multiple times during the siege at Pulse, described a desperate struggle to live while others around them died.
One victim died and the other is in critical condition. A Detroit man who allegedly used the dating app Grindr to target gay men to rob them is accused of fatally shooting one man and seriously wounding another. Demetris Nelson, 26, has been charged with first-degree murder and felony murder in connection with the fatal shooting of Brian Anderson, 31, and assault with intent to murder in connection with the shooting of a year-old man, who is in critical condition.
The former four-weight world champion, 29, caused outrage on social media when he called out a male fan who had allegedly messaged him on Instagram. The American posted a series of sickening posts and threatened to attack homosexuals if they tried to touch him. That's on God.
That life came to a tragic end on this daywhen Marvin Gaye was shot and killed by his own father one day short of his 45th birthday. On the one hand, there was the longstanding conflict with his father dating back to childhood. Marvin Gay, Sr.
A Detroit teenager is facing several charges, after police say he tried shooting and killing a gay man in late August. Investigators say he lured a year-old gay man to Appoline and Grove on the city's west side, after they agreed on Facebook to meet up. When the victim showed up, he noticed the suspect was wearing white latex gloves and backed away.
An Ohio teenager threatened to shoot federal agents, a Planned Parenthood and a gay bar and was found at a residence that had a gun vault and around 10, rounds of ammunition, according to police and court documents. Justin Olsen, 18, was the moderator of an online chat where he made light of mass shootings and made the threats against all federal agents, the nonprofit, and an undisclosed gay bar, according to a police report from the Boardman Police Department. After searching his father's house in Boardman, a suburb south of Youngstown, FBI agents seized 15 rifles and 10 semi-automatic pistols, according to a criminal complaint.
An Ohio teenager has been arrested after threatening to open fire at a gay bar and a Planned Parenthood clinic. Olsen had also posted photos of an AR parts kit, saying he planned on purchasing it to build his own semi-automatic rifle. The gun has been used in previous mass shootings for its ability to fire multiple rounds quickly. Related: A white supremacist plot to bomb a gay bar was foiled by a former pro wrestler.