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Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Lawsuit

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Gay police officer suing after accusations of being a paedophile for coming out to teens in youth programme

After fellow police officers allegedly accused him of paedophilia after he came out, a gay police officer is now suing his department as well as the city of Louisville, US. The Louisville Metro Police Department officer John Burgraff is claiming that he was passed on a promotion because of these allegations, he claimed according to WDRB. According to the claim, Burgraff’s commanding officers made the accusations when he came out to teens during a police youth programme in 2017. Commander claims officer was ‘looking lustfully’ at teens, lawsuit alleges.  The gay...
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Non-binary person turned away from plasma donation centre because their gender does not align with sex assigned at birth

A non-binary person has claimed that they were turned away from a plasma donation centre in Minnesota because their gender identity does not align with the sex they were assigned at birth. The Minnesota Department of Human Rights (MDHR) has filed a lawsuit claiming that CSL Plasma in Minnesota denied Charlie Edgar the opportunity to donate plasma because of their gender identity. Edgar said that they went to a CSL Plasma clinic in September where they were asked about their medical history. They said they answered all the questions required...
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Costa Rican lesbian couple faces hearing for ‘detriment of the family’

A lesbian couple in Costa Rica is being sued by the state for their 2015 marriage. According to the lawsuit, their crime is ‘falsedad ideológica en perjuicio de la familia’ (ideological falsehood to the detriment of the family). Laura Flórez-Estrada and Jasmin Elizondo married in July 2015 due to an error in the Registro Civil (Civil Registry). The state is also suing the couple’s two witness and the notary who registered their marriage. Same-sex couples currently do not have the right to marry in Costa Rica, although that could soon change....
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