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.
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.
The Maryland Senate voted 27-20 Monday to send the proposal back to a Senate committee, effectively killing it on the last day of the 2011 session
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller says the reason he stalled work on a measure to extend protections to transgendered individuals is because the proposal lacks enough support in the Senate.
Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller says the chances of a measure aimed at preventing discrimination against transgender residents passing in the Senate are “next to none.”
A transgender woman was found dead in a vacant Baltimore home. Her family says she was constantly tormented because of the way she looked.