When Elliot Morales killed Mark Carson in New York City in 2013, he acted out of hate. But society had already failed the convicted felon, says the law student who watched the hate crime happen.
He's accused of impersonating his neighbor, whose remains were found tied up in a plastic bag inside a concrete bunker in the dead man's backyard.
The two are accused of spray-painting Northwestern University's chapel with racist and antigay slurs, a swastika, images of penises, and the word "Trump."
Kathryn Knott is still “in need of correction,” a judge said today in denying her request for a reduced sentence.
The hunt is on for the gunman who shot up the Houston office of a progressive Texas politician.
Police are searching for suspects who shot at the Schwules Museum, a leading archive of LGBT culture.
The jury was apparently unmoved by Morales’s claims that he shot an unarmed gay man in the face in 2013 as an act of ‘self-defense.’