A transgendered woman beaten in a McDonald’s has been charged with disorderly conduct after an argument with a police officer.
A woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison with five years suspended for her role in the beating of a transgender woman inside a Rosedale McDonald’s.
Violence that went viral. The beating of a transgender woman in a Baltimore County McDonald’s that was posted on the Internet helped secure a guilty plea from the defendant.
Prosecutors laid out the charges in Baltimore County, after the videotaped beating of a transgender woman inside a McDonald’s.
It’s a crime that shocked, angered and outraged people across the country. Now the two teenagers accused of beating a transgender woman are charged with a hate crime.
Outrage is growing over that violent beating of a transgender woman inside a Baltimore County McDonald’s. Now for the first time, we’re hearing the calls to 911 for help.
A beating at a Baltimore County McDonald’s gains national attention. There are questions about whether the attack on a transgender woman was a hate crime.
Monday night, a community stood together, demanding an end to senseless violence. It’s all in response to a video that’s making national headlines.
The viral video has shocked tens of thousands of people. It shows a transgender woman beaten by two teenage girls at a McDonald’s in Rosedale. One of the suspects in the attack has been denied bond.
The viral video has shocked tens of thousands of people. It shows a transgender woman beaten by two teenage girls at a McDonald’s in Rosedale. It all happened while McDonald’s employees laughed and videotaped the attack.
Don’t ever make a disparaging comment about flipping burgers for a living within earshot of Gerry Gimelstob.
He’ll be quick to correct you, explaining that in his 21 years as a McDonald’s franchisee, he’s seen dozens of workers spin part-time jobs as cashiers and cooks into well-paid management positions with room to grow.