The first person to be convicted for operating a revenge porn site has been sentenced to 18 years in state prison, according to the California attorney general's office The San Diego man, Kevin Bollaert, was convicted on 27 felony counts...Show More Summary
California – A San Diego perv was sentenced Friday to 18 years in state prison for posting 10,000 nude photos of women on his website and then charging his victims to remove them, the attorney general’s office said.Kevin Bollaert, 28,...Show More Summary
While California Attorney General Kamala Harris goes to court in an attempt to quash the Sodomite Suppression Act, others are mocking that proposed gay death penalty referendum with ballot measures of their own. Last week saw the filing of the Jackass Suppression Act and this week we get the Shellfish Suppression Act. Show More Summary
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The California attorney general says a San Diego man has been sentenced to 18 years in prison for operating a "revenge porn" website and charging victims to remove the images. Prosecutors say he ran the website ugotposted.com, where people put nude photos of ex-lovers, who then had to pay Bollaert to take down the images.
In late February Matt McLaughlin, a practicing attorney based in Huntington Beach, California, began collecting signatures and processing paperwork that would allow him to put up his “Sodomite Suppression Act” for a statewide referendum. The tone of the proposal language...
Clip recap: Hey Gang! So there's this ridiculous bill circulating the Attorney Generals Office of California that calls for the execution of Gay TV Characters!..... Wait no... I mean the execution of REAL GAY people. What's called the...Show More Summary
Ms. Harris has quickly established herself as the dominant candidate in what many had expected would be a sprawling battle to replace Senator Barbara Boxer.
Less than a week after his tragic death, the official autopsy report for wrestling star Perro Aguayo Jr. has been released. The Aguayo report was officially released by the Baja California Attorney General’s Office. According to the report, Aguayo fractured several vertebrae in his neck during a match last Friday night in Tijuana. Show More Summary
California's attorney general asked a judge for permission to reject a proposed ballot initiative that legalizes execution of gay people.
California’s Attorney General Kamala Harris on Wednesday attempted to block a proposed ballot initiative that calls for the execution of those who engage in gay sex. Harris has asked for judicial authorization to quash the so-called “Sodomite Suppression Act,” authored by a Southern...
It’s been exactly one month since the office of Kamala Harris, the California attorney general, received the $200 filing fee and proposed text for a citizen initiative—the so-called Sodomite Suppression Act
California attorney general and U.S. Senate contender throws support behind LGBT groups that oppose the measure
In 2016 Californians may be able to vote to legalize the killing of homosexuals by "bullets to the head" or "any other convenient method," if state Attorney General Kamala Harris's effort to block the ballot initiative is unsuccessful. Harris is tasked with providing an official title and summary for voter-proposed... More »
Attorney General Kamala Harris is seeking court action to keep the proposed ballot measure from going any further. read more
Attorney General Kamala D. Harris said she would ask the state Superior Court to relieve her of having to clear the way for signatures to be gathered.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is asking for permission to toss out the now-notorious Sodomite Suppression Act, an outrageous ballot proposition that calls for the execution of gays with "bullets to the head" as well as 10...Show More Summary
"As Attorney General of California, it is my sworn duty to uphold the California and United States Constitutions and to protect the rights of all Californians. This proposal not only threatens public safety, it is patently unconstitutional, utterly reprehensible, and has no place in a civil society. Show More Summary
A California resident has filed the “Intolerant Jackass Act” to take out her frustration against the state attorney general’s inability to stop a ballot measure calling for gays to be killed. Huntington Beach attorney Matthew McLaughlin submitted a proposal, along with a $200 filing fee, last month...
Attorney General Kamala Harris may have no choice but to put this despicable piece of garbage on the ballot. Matt McLaughlin, a lawyer from Huntington Beach in Orange County, paid his $200 filing fee Feb. 26 to submit the “Sodomite Suppression Act” to the voters. Declaring it is “better that offenders should die rather than [...]
LOS ANGELES -- California Attorney General Kamala Harris has appealed a decision by an Orange County Superior Court judge to eject the entire O.C. district attorney's office from a high-profile mass murder case over allegations of "significant"...Show More Summary