Georgia New Governor Kemp Sworn In & 1st Agenda is to Protect GA Politicians from their Sexual Assault Crimes

By WXIA Staff via 11alive – Critics warn that new rules passed in the State Senate will make it harder, not easier, for victims of sexual harassment to come forward. Stopping sexual harassment is already a focus for Georgia‚Äôs new governor and state legislature, with the intent to prevent state legislators and employees from victimizing others. But, critics warn that a new set of rules … Continue reading Georgia New Governor Kemp Sworn In & 1st Agenda is to Protect GA Politicians from their Sexual Assault Crimes

Police Retaliation for Rape Report of Police Officer in Nashville

Nashville Police officer sues department for allegedly retaliating against her for reporting rape by another officer By Julia Jacobo via ABC News – A Nashville Police officer has filed a federal lawsuit against her employer, accusing the department of retaliating against her after she reported that she was raped by a fellow officer. On May 2, 2016, Officer Monica Blake, 36, was strangled and sexually … Continue reading Police Retaliation for Rape Report of Police Officer in Nashville