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Judge grants anonymity to latest Hastert sex abuse accuser

Judge grants anonymity to latest Hastert sex abuse accuser

During the spring or summer of 1973 or 1974, the IL man - then a boy - said he took a break from riding his bicycle along Game Farm Road in Yorkville to use a community building's downstairs bathroom, according to the lawsuit. A man accusing Dennis Hastert of sexual abuse in a lawsuit was granted anonymity by a Kendall County judge Tuesday. The suit says Doe "was traumatized, repressed the sexual assault by Hastert, and was intimidated into silence".


Defense tells jury that man comforted, cared for 'Baby Doe'

Defense tells jury that man comforted, cared for 'Baby Doe'

The discovery of the little girl's body set off a months-long, worldwide search for her identity, and a composite image of her smiling, chubby-cheeked face was sent around the world. Rachelle Bond also claims McCarthy told her the baby was a "demon" and that it was "her time to die". Deakin said the couple's bond strengthened and they talked of marriage, but the heroin addiction that had befallen each of them intervened, turning their relationship unusual and awful.


Sanctuary cities protest disrupts Texas session

Sanctuary cities protest disrupts Texas session

Poncho Nevarez , a Democrat who confronted him. Cesar Blanco said the scuffle between lawmakers - which reportedly occurred after state Rep. Matt Rinaldi , a Republican, told House Democrats that he had called immigration services on a group of Hispanic protesters - had incited "hate and racism ".



Oregon State the No. 1 seed for NCAA baseball tournament

The San Diego State Aztecs are heading to the NCAA Tournament after defeating Fresno State in the Mountain West tournament on Sunday, and their reward is earning a four seed and playing host Long Beach State Friday night. The Cardinal (40-14), which finished second in the Pac-12 at 21-9, will host Cal State Fullerton, BYU, and Sacramento State. SEC teams Auburn, Mississippi State, Texas A&M and Vanderbilt also made regionals.


Trump hails heroes at Arlington

Trump hails heroes at Arlington

Trump paid special tribute to several families whose children fell in battle, including his Department of Homeland Security Chief John Kelly , whose son Robert, a U.S. The Rolling Thunder "Ride for Freedom" began in 1987 as a protest demanding a full accounting for American troops listed as missing in action, some who were believed at the time to still be held as prisoners following the Vietnam War.