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The mother admitted she stabbed her son, drove his body out to a deserted cane field, and set it on fire. One of the men can be seen crying in his photo. Nickerson said he plans to argue in court that the charges against the 27 other men caught in the stings in and should be invalidated.
Around the same time the San Jose cases were dismissed, a Los Angeles County judge threw out similar charges involving Long Beach police.
The innocuous signal that spurred them to action came when they saw a middle-aged man close his laptop and head toward a public restroom known in the area as a place where men have sex with each other. Stephen Colbert blasts straight men who think recycling is gay.
Many law enforcement agencies have stopped in response to lawsuits or after political backlash. As with any other complaint of illegal activity, we then take actions to stop it. Long Beach police said they conduct decoy operations only in response to public complaints.
But some, including LGBTQ civil rights group Lambda Legal, are raising concerns over how police and local media have handled the arrests. Long-shot presidential candidate Joe Sestak is going gay men in the sting operation in which the undercover make sure 'you're good!
The arrest that I remember the most was the one where a twenty-something undercover office claimed that a man he arrested for solicitation approached him with an offer of a blow job for twenty dollars. The department stopped using decoys soon afterward, said Sgt. Albanian police later charged the man with sexually abusing three children.
For decades, Nickerson has argued at various levels of California courts that police decoy operations discriminate against gay men.
The man continued to smile and give non-verbal signals of interest. They were paid for each arrest and offered their services to other major cities, she said. The arrest that I remember the most was the one where a twenty-something undercover office claimed that a man he arrested for solicitation approached him with an offer of a blow job for twenty dollars.
Eduardo Delgado, a Park Police public information officer, told the publication that the arrests involved charges of lewd acts, unlawful entry, simple assault sexual , and disorderly conduct. Shortly after, he was diagnosed with AIDS and unable to afford health care.