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Austin Scott files lawsuit against Penn State
Oct-20-2009 2184 0


A former Parkland High School star football player removed from Penn State's team two years ago amid rape allegations has filed a federal lawsuit against the college, prosecutors and his accuser alleging they destroyed his chances for an NFL career.

Austin Scott's lawsuit claims authorities should not have filed the charges, which were eventually dropped, because they knew his accuser, Desiree Minder of Pottsville, had previously made false rape allegations against a student at Moravian College.

South Whitehall attorney John P. Karoly Jr. filed the multimillion-dollar lawsuit Tuesday in federal court in Williamsport, and it was posted to the court's online database this morning.

Karoly, who has succeeded in winning multimillion-dollar awards against Lehigh Valley police departments for excessive force claims, promised two years ago he would file a suit on Scott's behalf. At that time, Karoly compared the investigators to "lynch mobs." Scott is black and his accuser and the prosecutors are white.

Just as Karoly has attacked the inner workings of police departments, the lawsuit raises questions about the motives of the prosecutors and Penn State University Police Force investigators and questions the abilities of their supervisors.

The case was ready to go to trial and a jury had been selected in October 2008. But the prosecutors dropped the charges when the judge decided evidence could be presented showing the woman had a pattern of making such allegations. Four years earlier, she had accused a Moravian College student of rape. A Northampton County jury acquitted him.

In the lawsuit, Karoly says the accuser told Centre County authorities "within the first two minutes" of a conversation that she had been raped before. The lawsuit claims authorities and the accuser all conspired maliciously to go forward with the prosecution, violating Scott's civil rights.

Karoly claims the main prosecutor in Scott's case, Centre County Assistant District Lance Marshall, pursued the case to "to curry favor" with Scott's accuser.

The suit further claims Centre County District Attorney Michael Madeira knew of Marshall's "proclivities prior to the unlawful arrest and prosecution of Austin Scott."

Marshall resigned from his job in December amid allegations he made inappropriate sexual advances toward a victim of domestic violence, and Madeira is seeking re-election, according to the Centre Daily Times.

Marshall and Madeira, as well as seven members of Penn State University's police force involved in the investigation, are named individually as defendants.

The lawsuit says they all conspired in the October 2007 arrest of the then 22-year-old Scott and, as a result, diminished his potential "earning capacity" in the NFL.

The lawsuit claims Scott was slated to be a third- or fourth-round draft pick for the National Football League prior to the false allegations and false arrest, which prompted his removal from Penn State's team.

Scott was one of the greatest high school football players in the Lehigh Valley's history, leading Parkland to a state championship in 2002. His career at Penn State was mixed, partly because of injuries, and is remembered mostly for fumbling in the red zone in a game against Michigan. He was removed from the team after the female student accused him of raping her in his campus apartment Oct. 5, 2007. Scott said the sex had been consensual just as the man at Moravian College had four years earlier.

Scott has not played a full football season since.

Last year, Scott was invited to attend the Cleveland Browns training camp and played in the preseason games. But he was cut from the roster before the NFL's regular season.

Scott, 24, of East Stroudsburg, remains an unsigned free agent.

His attorney, meanwhile, is on trial for money laundering and mail fraud charges in federal court in Allentown.

The case revolves around allegations that Karoly tried to avoid paying taxes by creating a nonprofit organization.

Karoly pleaded guilty in July to willfully filing false tax returns and not paying income taxes on $5.2 million.

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A Georgia garbage collector says he is spending his weekends in jail for picking up trash too early.

Kevin McGill will spend the next 14 weekends in jail for starting his trash run at 5 a.m.

A Sandy Springs city ordinance prohibits trash runs before 7 a.m., according to the Atlanta Sun Times website.

Chief prosecutor Bill Riley said predawn trash pickups were a recurring problem and prompted widespread calls to 911. He recommended sentencing McGill to 30 days in jail.

McGill chose to serve his time on weekends, spreading his sentence out to about three months.

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A Detroit man was pulled from his Cadillac at gunpoint, thrown to the pavement and put in a chokehold by police in a shockingly familiar scene caught on dashboard camera video.

An officer put Floyd Dent, 57, in a chokehold with one arm and began throwing right-handed haymakers to the man’s head. Video shows the full, vicious assault: 16 blows to the head and a kick to the arm, and another officer shocking Dent with a stun gun three times, Click On Detroit reported.

“I’m lucky to be living,” Dent told reporters Wednesday about what was a simple traffic stop. “I think they were trying to kill me, especially when they choked me. I was on my last breath. I told them, ‘Officer please, I can’t breathe.’”

“I can’t breathe” became a national catchphrase for police brutality after Staten Island man Eric Garner died after being placed in a chokehold during a July 17 NYPD arrest gone wrong.

Police followed Dent’s car in a suburban Detroit area known for drug dealing and pulled him over Jan. 28 for not properly stopping at a stop sign. The police report claims Dent was trying to flee in his car, but the video shows otherwise.

“Next thing I know, he took out his gun. He’s talking about blowing off my head,” Dent said. “Then he grabbed me out the car and started beating on me. I just couldn’t believe it.”

Officers said Dent yelled, “I’ll kill you.”

But police microphones were off.

Cops arrested Dent on a slew of charges, including driving with suspended license and possession of crack cocaine they allege was found in the car, according to Click On Detroit.

“I’m lucky to be living,” Floyd Dent told reporters Wednesday about what was a simple traffic stop. “I think they were trying to kill me, especially when they choked me."

Dent has no criminal past and a blood test at the hospital revealed no drugs or alcohol in his system.

State police told Dent’s attorney this week they were investigating the incident.

William Melendez, the Inkster, Mich., officer who placed Dent in the chokehold, was accused of misconduct as a Detroit police officer in 2004 as part of a group of cops acquitted in a federal trial for civil rights abuses, the Detroit Free Press reported.

A judge dismissed all but the drug charge against Dent, who faces an April 1 court date. He refused a plea deal for probation, his attorney said.


A judge dismissed all but the drug charge against Floyd Dent, who faces an April 1 court date. He refused a plea deal for probation, his attorney said.
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A judge dismissed all but the drug charge against Floyd Dent, who faces an April 1 court date. He refused a plea deal for probation, his attorney said.

“I get tears thinking about it,” Dent told reporters. “I don’t want to watch the tape of them beating me because I get upset.”

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The Rev. Jesse Jackson says his son, former U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., has been released from an Alabama prison after serving a year and a half for illegally spending $750,000 in cpaign funds.

Rev. Jackson confirmed around 5:30 a.m. Thursday that his son has been released from the Montgomery, Alabama, facility, calling it a "joyous reunion." He says his son is doing "very well."

The 50-year-old Jackson will serve the remainder of his sentence at a Washington, D.C., halfway house. Jackson began his 2 1/2-year sentence in 2013. The U.S. Bureau of Prisons lists his release date as Sept. 20, 2015.

The Illinois Democrat pleaded guilty to misspending the money on items including furs and vacations.

Jackson's wife must serve a related, year-long term after her husband completes his sentence.

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Christian Boone Mar-25-2015 109 0
When she came to collect her son’s belongings from the Chamblee apartment where, a day earlier, he was fatally shot by a DeKalb County police officer, Carolyn Baylor-Giummo received a much-needed hug.

“He was my friend,” a little girl, and neighbor, told Baylor-Giummo.

Anthony Hill made a lot of friends in his 27 years, his mother said. His funeral, held last week in Moncks Corner, S.C., had to be moved to the a high school auditorium to accommodate all the The Air Force veteran was buried in his uniform, his coffin draped in the American flag. Hill survived Afghanistan, where he loaded bombs onto carriers, but but came home with bipolar disorder, his mother said. His struggle to find the proper medication would play a significant role in his death.

DeKalb police officer Robert Olsen was dispatched to The Heights apartment complex on March 9 on a report of a person acting strangely. Hill had climbed down from his second floor apartment, nude, knocking on neighbor’s doors but threatening no one, said Christopher Chestnut, the attorney for Hill’s family.

Hill was still nude, and obviously unarmed, when Olsen, a seven-year veteran of the DeKalb force, arrived on the scene. Witnesses said Hill was walking briskly towards the officer, who ordered him to stop. Hill continued to approach the officer but his gait slowed, Chestnut said, his arms either outstretched or over his head.

Olsen, according to DeKalb Public Safety Director Cedric Alexander, interpreted a threat and shot Hill twice in the chest. His death has been the subject of headlines nationwide and protests locally. The GBI is investigating.

“I’m a Christian. I pray for (Olsen),” Hill’s grandmother, Theola Baylor, told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “The question is why. We still don’t understand why (Hill was shot).”

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GINGER ADAMS OTIS Mar-24-2015 148 0
George Zimmerman spoke out for the first time Monday since being cleared of violating Trayvon Martin’s civil rights and his message was simple: it’s all Obama’s fault.

Zimmerman, 31, staring directly at the camera, talked for 13 minutes in a faux interview conducted by his Tampa divorce lawyer, Howard Iken.

Asked by Iken who he blamed for inflaming racial tensions around his case, Zimmerman didn’t hesitate to name names.

“By far, the President of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama,” Zimmerman said in the March 8 video.

The President’s bias was evident during a Rose Garden press conference when he said, “If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon,” according to Zimmerman.

“To me that was clearly a dereliction of duty, pitting Americans against each other solely based on race,” Zimmerman said.


“For (Obama) to make incendiary comments as he did and direct the Department of Justice to pursue a baseless prosecution, he by far overstretched, overreached, even broke the law in certain aspects,” the vigilante argued.

The President committed the ultimate sin of trying to prosecute “an innocent American,” Zimmerman insisted.

The President should have said “Let’s not rush to judgment,” he added.

Zimmerman was a Neighborhood Watch volunteer in February 2012 when he shot and killed unarmed black teen Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla.

Trayvon’s death sparked national outrage and prompted waves of civil rights protests, plus a debate about Florida’s controversial “Stand Your Ground” laws.

Zimmerman was acquitted of manslaughter in 2013 — and he says that ruling helped him keep his faith that justice can prevail.

“I believe that the American judicial system failed in the sense that I should not even (have) gone to trial, but I do believe that the jury process succeeded,” he said in the video.

Asked if he had a clear conscience, Zimmerman nodded.

“If I had a son, he would look like Trayvon,” the President had said during a press conference around the time of the February 2012 shooting.

“Yes, sir,” he said.

“In all fairness, you cannot as a human feel guilty for living, for surviving,” he said, when asked if he wished the encounter with Trayvon turned out differently.

The former wannabe cop was cleared of violating Trayvon’s civil rights by the U.S. Department of Justice last month.

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder said his office found “insufficient evidence to pursue federal criminal civil rights charges.”

The 31-year-old’s life has unraveled since his deadly run-in with 17-year-old Trayvon.

Zimmerman’s wife, Shellie, filed for divorce two months after his acquittal for the 2012 killing.

He’s been largely unemployed since and gotten into numerous scrapes with the law, most of which have resulted in arrests but no charges.

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Former NFL star Darren Sharper was sentenced to nine years in prison Monday in Arizona after pleading guilty to sexual assault and attempted sexual assault in November 2013, the Maricopa County Attorney's office confirmed to USA TODAY Sports.

Sharper, 39, entered his pleas Monday in Arizona from Los Angeles, where he was expected to appear in court later in the day and enter a guilty plea in connection with two other rape allegations from 2013 and 2014.

The pleas are part of an attempted "global" plea agreement that could resolve all nine rape charges against him in four states. In addition to the charges in California and Arizona, he faces two rape charges in Las Vegas and three in New Orleans, where is expected to enter guilty pleas within the next month.

The sentences will run concurrently in federal prison, said Jerry Cobb of the Maricopa County Attorney's office. Sharper is not eligible for early release in Arizona, but will be credited for time served in Los Angeles, where he has been in jail without bail since Feb. 27, 2014.

By agreeing to the plea deal, Sharper, 39, avoids the risk of receiving an even worse punishment in the future and expensive litigation that could drag on indefinitely in four states. If convicted, he faced life in prison in Louisiana and more than 30 years in Los Angeles.

For prosecutors, the plea deal avoids the risk of going to trial, where juries might be influenced by Sharper's fame and celebrity defense attorneys.

His suspected string of serial rapes ended in January 2014, when he was arrested on a suspicion of rape in Los Angeles. At the time of his first arrest, he had 20 zolpidem pills in his possession – a sleep drug known by its brand name Ambien. Sharper obtained a prescription for the drug after suffering sleep problems he attributed to his 14-year career in the NFL with the New Orleans Saints, Green Bay Packers and Minnesota Vikings, according to a workers compensation claim form he filed in 2012.

The drug can be slipped into drinks to knock out women and rape them, and that's what authorities say Sharper did time after time, according to court records.

Sharper ultimately was charged with nine rapes in four states, including three in consecutive nights in two different states in January 2014.

None of the cases went to trial or even received an evidentiary hearing except in Arizona, where a judge ruled last April there was "proof evident" Sharper raped a women there in November 2013. DNA found inside the women's body partially matched Sharper's, and a witness reported waking up and seeing Sharper naked and making thrusting movements over the woman, according to a detective's testimony at the hearing.

The detective said the woman hadn't known Sharper before that night and didn't remember what happened to her after consuming a drink Sharper made her. Zolpidem was found in the cup in subsequent tests.

Though Sharper's attorney noted that none of Sharper's sperm was found on the alleged victims in Arizona, the detective said he was told that Sharper had a vasectomy, which could explain the lack of sperm.

The revelation caused a stir that day in Arizona, where Sharper was charged with drugging three women and raping two of them.

In Los Angeles, he was charged with drugging and raping two women – one in October 2013 and one in January 2014. In the first one, Sharper met two women at a club in West Hollywood and later invited them to his hotel room, where he offered them a drink, according to a police report of the incident filed in court.

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Joel Landau Mar-23-2015 216 0
A former Alaska TV reporter who quit her job while on live air to advocate for medical marijuana is getting the fight she wanted.

Authorities searched the Alaska Cannabis Club on Friday after receiving multiple reports of illegal sales of pot and other derivatives at the medical marijuana dispensary, the Anchorage Police Department said in a statement. Police did not reveal any other information about the investigation.

The facility is operated by Charlo Greene, a former reporter for KTVA-TV who famously quit her job while on the air in September. She told the audience that she was the secret owner of the facility and wanted to run it full time and to become an activist for the legalization of marijuana.

"Now everything you've heard is why I, the actual owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club, will be dedicating all of my energy toward fighting for freedom and fairness, which begins with legalizing marijuana here in Alaska," Greene said. "And as for this job, well, not that I have a choice but, f--- it, I quit."

In November, Alaskan residents passed a referendum allowing for the legalization of marijuana, which went into effect last month.

Residents older than 21 can grow and use the drug, but it still illegal to sell it until the state Legislature sets guidelines for business practices, according to KTUU-TV.

But Greene, who is also known as Charlene Egbe, told her former station her store does not sell any marijuana. Authorities seized drugs and paraphernalia, computer records, bank statements, and two vehicles.

"This is basically a medical marijuana dispensary," Greene said. "We don't sell any recreational marijuana, we don't sell any medical marijuana. This is a place for card holders to come and share their own cannabis."

She posted a defiant message on her Instagram page Saturday night and assured the public the club continued to remain open.

"Today, a day after we were robbed by the Anchorage Police Department at gunpoint, we met with an endless flow of club members that stopped by to simply say, 'You're still here, and so are we,'" she wrote. "I can't tell you all how much this meant to me and my family but know that just trying to express my gratitude right now through text has me in happy tears."

The club will continue to remain resilient, she said.

"THE PEOPLE WILL NO LONGER ACCEPT BEING VICTIMS IN THIS WAR ON DRUGS," she wrote. "WE ARE FREEDOM FIGHTERS AND WE'RE JUST GETTING STARTED, bitch."

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The lead prosecutor who locked wrongfully accused Glenn Ford in a “hell hole” at Angola’s death row in Louisiana in 1984 has apologized for a “miscarriage of justice.”

Then-33-year-old A.M. (Marty) Stroud III celebrated his successful conviction of Ford with a round a booze with his friends, a memory he now calls “sick” in a public apology published this week.

Stroud only blames himself, according to his Shreveport Times guest column.

“I was arrogant, judgemental, narcissistic and very full of myself,” Stroud wrote. “I apologize to Glenn Ford for all the misery I have caused him and his family.”

A judge freed Ford from the Lousiana State Penitentiary a year ago when evidence, believed to have been suppressed during the trial, surfaced exonerating him from the all-white jury’s decision in the murder of a nearly blind Shreveport watchmaker, Isadore Rozeman.

Glenn Ford was released from death row at age 64 and has since been diagnosed with lung cancer that gives him only months to live.

He was the longest-serving inmate on the state’s death row to be let go.

But Ford’s first injustice gave way to another.

The state is denying his request for compensation typically bestowed upon those wrongfully convicted because he did not prove he is factually innocent, according to a lawsuit.

Even if he wins his compensation, he may not reap the benefits, but his decendants, an adult son and grandchild, might. He is battling stage-four lung cancer and doctors believe he has only months to live.

Another lawsuit claims “indicators of cancer” were found in 2011 while he was incarcerated, but he was denied proper medical care, according to USA Today.

“Glenn Ford deserves every penny owned to him,” Stroud added, using his apology to advocate on Ford’s behalf and calling for the abolishment of capital punishment, an “anathema to any society that purports to call itself civilized.”

Stroud admittably mocked Ford during sentencing, he revealed, and said Ford wanted to stay alive to prove his innocence, which he considered “an affront” to the jurors.

“He showed no remorse, only contempt for your verdict,” Stroud recalled saying in court.

The jury relied on few articles of evidence for a conviction after detectives accused Ford, Rozeman’s landscaper, of shooting and then robbing the 68-year-old business owner.

No murder weapon was ever recovered.

The new evidence discovered in 2013 showed Ford was not at the scene of the crime, nor did he participate in it.

“Had I been more inquisitive, perhaps the evidence would have come to light years ago,” Stroud said.

A motion filed last year said the evidence would have saved Ford from an arrest and indictment in Rozeman’s death.

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A Bloomsburg University baseball player has been dismissed from the team for an offensive Twitter post about Little League World Series star Mo’ne Davis.

The user account belonging to Joey Casselberry had been deactivated as of Saturday night, but screen captures of the tweet show that the player used an offensive word while criticizing news that a Disney Channel movie was being made about Davis.

Casselberry made reference to Davis’ loss to Nevada during the LLWS.

Bloomsburg announced the dismissal of the junior first baseman on Twitter. The university in Pennsylvania said it was “deeply saddened” by the player’s tweet.

Davis, from Philadelphia, was the first girl to earn a win and pitch a shutout in the LLWS last summer, and appeared on the cover of Sports Illustrated.

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