Police officer uses the stigma of HIV & AIDS as an intimidation factor while threatening to unlawfully seize personal property during an arrest in Toronto.
John Crammer, the spokesperson for Princeton University, was unable to divulge any specific details about the actual comments in order to protect the rights and privacy of the individuals targeted in the messages. He was referring to female members of the women’s swim & dive teams.
However, there is a long memory in the LGBTQ2S community regarding inappropriate entrapment and disproportionate use of force by police against it.
Toronto spokesperson Meghan Gray says efforts are being made to restore the park back to a family-friendly hot spot, with a community event being held on Saturday November 19th which will include refreshments and activities for children.
According to the school’s athletic department, it has “decided that Columbia wrestlers will not compete until we have a full understanding of the facts on which to base the official response to this disturbing matter.”
Galop hate crime manager Nick Antjoule told the committee on Tuesday (November 15): “We’ve had several people come to us saying that they’d been verbally abused by people saying ‘now we can get these people out of the country and you’re going to be next’ to people who are visibly LGBT. So there’s a very visible link there.”