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Partner, father and liberal Democrat. I am a native Michigander living in San Francisco who is a citizen of the world.

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DC Police: 5 fetuses discovered in house where anti-abortion activist was staying

WASHINGTON — Police discovered five fetuses at the home of an anti-abortion activist in Capitol Hill on Wednesday, the department has confirmed to WUSA9.

Officers responded shortly after noon to a home on the 400 block of 6th Street SE to investigate a tip about potential bio-hazard material in the residence. Once inside, they located the fetuses. The remains were collected by the D.C. Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

The home was occupied by Lauren Handy, an anti-abortion activist who was indicted along with nine others Wednesday by a federal grand jury. Handy is accused of felony conspiracy against rights for a blockade inside a D.C. abortion clinic in October 2020.

WUSA9’s camera was outside as DC Police homicide and forensic services detectives took evidence out in red biohazard bags and coolers from the rowhouse's basement.


Alleged car thief appears in court with another stolen vehicle

DUBLIN, Calif. - An alleged car thief drove to her court appearance in another stolen car, Dublin police said.

The driver, identified as 41-year-old Brandy Jones, has been twice convicted of stealing cars.

She was arrested again after showing up at the East County Hall of Justice in another vehicle that she allegedly stole, police said on Wednesday.

Dublin police promptly gave her a ride back to Santa Rosa Jail, according to police.


POTUS releases social media video for Transgender Day of Visibility 2022


Tweet of the Day


Trans teen with a 'bright smile' killed by her own father in 'horrific tragedy'

Kathryn “Katie” Newhouse, 19, was killed on 19 March, according to officers at Cherokee County Police who found both her and her father, Howard Newhouse, 57, dead in their home.

According to Pittsburgh Lesbian Correspondents, who wrote a blog post about Newhouse’s death, the teen was a “Minecraft and UberSpire enthusiast, an advocate for trans rights” and “had a bright smile”.

The blog post continued: “A native of Illinois, Kathryn was most recently living with her family in Canton, Georgia.

“Kathryn was a Minecraft and UberSpire enthusiast, an advocate for trans rights, had a bright smile, enjoyed changing up her hairstyles, and attentive to world events.”

“Kathryn’s death is a horrific tragedy and she deserves to still be here with us.”

Newhouse’s brother Chris explained to CBS46 news that his sister was autistic and had lived with mental health issues.

“A tragic culmination of all of these different mental health issues that kind of compounded and led to such a, escalated to a situation that – it shouldn’t have happened, but it happened,” he said.

At least six other trans, non-binary and gender-conforming people have been violently killed in the US in 2022 so far, according to the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), which has been monitoring the wave of brutality since 2013.


Bonus Tweet of the Day


Bob Dylan - Every Grain of Sand

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Bahlam Maak - Nagat

Engelbert Humperdinck - A Man Without Love

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