A jury on Friday convicted a former Rutgers University student of hate crime and invasion of privacy in a case involving his use of a webcam to spy on his college roommate kissing another man.
The case put a national spotlight on gay bullying when the roommate committed suicide days later.
Twelve jurors weighed 15 charges against Dharun Ravi, including bias intimidation, which carries a possible 10-year prison sentence, and the lesser crimes of invasion of privacy and witness tampering that do not entail prison time for a first offender.
But no, Pentagon, I want to hear more about how things are working out for us in Afghanistan. Because, I think, if you say it one more time I might decide to believe you despite all the evidence presented just in 2012 alone.
Goldman Under Fire Again: Op-Ed Is Talk of Wall Street
A Goldman Sachs banker added to the firm’s scarred public profile in a withering resignation letter published in the New York Times, saying Goldman had become a “toxic and destructive” place where managing directors openly referred to their own clients as “muppets.”
British Police Hold 6 in New Phone-Hacking Arrests
British police investigating the systematic hacking of mobile phones to generate stories at a Rupert Murdoch tabloid arrested six people - believed to include former Murdoch editor Rebekah Brooks and her husband - on Tuesday in dawn raids across the country.