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Title Houston Voice, No. 1171, April 4, 2003
Contributor
  • Weaver, Penny
Publisher Window Media
Date April 4, 2003
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript HOUSTON VOICE www.houston voice.com APRIL 4, 2003 11 • %J police beat Top gay cop in Los Angeles suspended after molestation allegation LOS ANGELES — Gay deputy LAPD Police Chief David Kalish was relieved of duty following a five- month internal investigation into allegations he molested a male youth in the 1970s, according to the Los Angeles Times. In a civil claim filed Oct. 7, a man alleged that Kalish "harassed, sexually molested and assaulted" him. Kalish was assigned to paid leave pending a decision expected in a few weeks by prosecutors on whether to file charges. Kalish was a police officer at the time of the alleged abuse, when he participated in a program for people ages 14 to 21 aimed at at-risk youths. Prior to the selection of William Bratton as LAPD chief last year, Kalish was considered to be one of the leading candidates for the job. Gay groups charged that Bratton improperly handled Kalish's suspension, but Bratton said anyone under similar allegations would be treated the same. David Kalish, a Los Angeles Police Department deputy chief, is on paid leave as prosecutors decide whether to file charges against him in a 20- year-old incident of alleged molestation. (Photo by AP) Trial opens for confessed killer of py Dutch politician AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (AP) — The man who confessed to killing gay Dutch politician Pim Fortuyn told a panel of judges March 27 that he acted out of concern for the country's Muslim minority Volkert van der Graaf, 33, appeared in court for the first time since he was charged with the assassination. He repeated his confession and pleaded guilty to illegally possessing firearms and sending Fortuyn threats before the attack. Van der Graaf was arrested minutes after Fortuyn was gunned down in a parking lot outside a radio studio May 6, just days before general elections. Fortuyn was running for prime minister on an anti-immigration platform. Van der Graaf said he followed Fortuyn's career and was concerned he was using "the weak parts of society to score points" and gain political power. Van der Graaf is charged with premeditated murder and faces up to life in prison if convicted. Three sentenced in separate cases for knowingly transmitting HIV IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Two men and one woman charged with violating their states' laws against knowingly transmitting HTV were sentenced last week. Aaron Dahlberg, who faced 25 years in prison for felony transmission of HIV in Iowa, was sentenced March 28 to three years probation after pleading to a lesser charge of willful injury He was accused of lying to another man about being HTV positive before they had consensual sex. In South Dakota, one man and one woman were sentenced March 25 to serve jail time for intentionally exposing others to HTV William K. Jenigen, was sentenced to 45 days in jail and five years probation. Nichole White Bear Claws was sentenced to three months in jail and five years probation. The cases are the second and third prosecutions under the law since it was enacted in 2000. "Now having our third case, I would expect that future cases would be more scrutinized by our judges and that harsher sentences would be imposed," said Mark McNeary, Brown County State's Attorney Jenigen and his then-partner, Jay L. Woods, were both charged last May Woods' trial date is not set. Killer of Calif, gay couple gets 29 years to life REDDING, Calif. (AP) — A white supremacist who admitted killing a gay couple was sentenced March 27 to 29 years to life in prison. James Tyler Williams, 32, will serve the sentence after he completes a 21-year federal sentence for fire bombing three synagogues and an abortion clinic. Williams was sentenced after pleading guilty in the July 1999 shotgun slaying of gay couple Gary Matson, 50, and Winfield Mowder, 40, as they slept in their home. Williams' brother Matthew committed suicide in jail while awaiting trial in the same killings. The two were arrested six days after the killings while attempting to pick up a package they ordered with one of the victim's credit cards. A month before, the brothers set fire to the synagogues and an abortion clinic in suburban Sacramento. Both entered guilty pleas in that case and were sentenced to federal prison in November 2001. Fla. man pleads guilty to bias crime in beatings of gay men TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — A man pleaded guilty March 31 to beating three men out of anti-gay bias as they left a Gay Pride party last year and now faces up to 30 years in prison. Devin Scott Angus, 21, is set for sentencing April 21. "I hope he gets some prison time, plus counseling," said Stephen Hair, one of Angus' three victims. Hair and two friends were leaving the party when Angus confronted them, yelling an anti- gay slur before punching and kicking them, police said. One victim suffered blows to the back of the head that opened his scalp. Hair suffered a^skull fracture, a cracked sinus and a broken front tooth. Authorities have not identified another man who participated in the attack, said Pam Bondi, spokesperson for the Hillsborough County state attorney. Angus is currently free on $6,000 bail. From staff and wire reports When you consider selling your home, wouldn't if be nice to have a Realtor in (he family? Call me... I'm family. Mark Boline couDuieu. BANKERU ■UNITED. REALTORS! 113.222.6844 * wiww.houston-realty.com mark@houston-realty.com
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