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Monthly Archives: May 2022


Florida Man Pleads Guilty In Capitol Riot Case

By Luke Newman, P.A. |

Numerous cases have been filed against the individuals who mobbed the capitol on January 6th as the then-President Elect, Joe Biden was being sworn into office. The most recent involves a Florida man who pleaded guilty to civil disorder which is a generic term like disorderly conduct. The government is approaching these cases in… Read More »

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Man Arrested For Setting Hotel On Fire

By Luke Newman, P.A. |

A Tallahassee man is facing charges of arson after a fire broke out at a local hotel. The fire occurred in February of 2022. Police found a wooden spindle that looked like it had been used to start the blaze. They later tracked down the suspect, though it is unclear precisely how they did… Read More »

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Four Ukrainians Indicted In Brutal Homophobic Hate Crime

By Luke Newman, P.A. |

Four Ukrainians, including one who was involved in a homosexual relationship with the victim, are facing charges related to the savage beating of his boyfriend. Once the Ukrainian immigrant family realized that the boy was in a same-sex relationship, they became irate, forced the boy to marry a woman, and then attacked his lover…. Read More »

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Gay Rights Activist Murdered By Roommate

By Luke Newman, P.A. |

A Florida man is facing murder charges after the death of his roommate, a well-connected gay rights activist who had a soft spot for those in recovery. The activist allowed the former prisoner to live in his apartment. The former prisoner is accused of murdering him and dumping his body. It remains unclear what,… Read More »

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