Toronto Bar Owner and Manager Convictions Upheld by Ontario Court for Sexual Assault Case

TORONTO, ONTARIO – A ruling released Thursday by the Ontario Court Appeal upheld the sexual assault and drugging convictions of the owner of the defunct College Street Bar and one of his managers. The convictions stemmed from a “prolonged, violent and degrading” attack on a woman in 2016 at the establishment. Gavin MacMillan, the owner, … Read more

Racketeering Convictions in Northern Virginia Murder Trials Reveal Chilling Gang Initiation Practices, Killing Defenses, and a Testifying Traitor

Dumfries, Virginia – Six alleged members of the MS-13 gang are on trial for murder and racketeering in Northern Virginia, accused of terrorizing Prince William County with a string of killings from June to September 2019. The gang members, affiliated with the notorious La Mara Salvatrucha, targeted rival gang members and innocent civilians in a … Read more

ABUSE ALLEGATIONS: B.C. Court Upholds Convictions of Animal-Rights Activists for Hog Farm Protest

Vancouver, British Columbia – The B.C. Court of Appeal has upheld the break-and-enter convictions of two animal-rights activists who were involved in a protest at an Abbotsford hog farm in 2019. Amy Soranno and Nick Schafer of Kelowna have expressed their intention to appeal their sentences of 30 days in jail and one year of … Read more

Death-Row Inmate Seeks Reversal of Convictions for U.S. Bank Killings

Norfolk, Nebraska – Death-row inmate Jorge Galindo has filed a petition in federal court to overturn his convictions and sentence for his involvement in the U.S. Bank killings in Norfolk, Nebraska, in 2002. This move comes after an unsuccessful attempt to appeal his case to the Nebraska Supreme Court, which resulted in a split decision … Read more

Death-Row Inmate Jorge Galindo Files Petition to Vacate Convictions and Sentence for U.S. Bank Killings

NORFOLK, Nebraska – Death-row inmate Jorge Galindo has filed a petition in federal court seeking to overturn his convictions and sentence for his involvement in the 2002 U.S. Bank killings in Norfolk. This action follows an unsuccessful attempt to have the Nebraska Supreme Court rehear his case, which ended in a split decision affirming the … Read more

Death-Row Inmate Jorge Galindo Seeks to Vacate Convictions and Sentences Following U.S. Bank Killings in Norfolk

NORFOLK, NEBRASKA – Death-row inmate Jorge Galindo has filed a petition in federal court seeking to overturn his convictions and death sentence for the 2002 U.S. Bank killings in Norfolk. This move follows a failed attempt in the Nebraska Supreme Court to rehear his case, after a split decision last September upheld a district court … Read more

Court Petition Filed to Vacate Death Row Convictions for U.S. Bank Killings

NORFOLK, Neb. (AP) — Death-row inmate Jorge Galindo is seeking to overturn his convictions and sentence for his role in the U.S. Bank killings in Norfolk in 2002. This move follows an unsuccessful attempt to have the Nebraska Supreme Court rehear his case, which resulted in a split decision last September. Galindo received the death … Read more