Criminal charges filed against a Penn State graduate student accused of damaging several university buildings with chalked anti-sweatshop messages were dropped yesterday afternoon. (more…)
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The US Army soldier featured in the torture pictures that shamed America has a track record of violence, it was claimed last night. (more…)
A 24-year-old man cited for disorderly conduct, public drunkenness and harassment said at his hearing on Friday that he was beaten and restrained by All American Rathskeller employees in a way similar to that which led to the death of Penn State student Salvador Peter Serrano in October.
The First Amendment debate surrounding The Daily Collegian photographer Michael Felletter’s charges in connection with the Oct. 25 riot spilled over into a Centre County courtroom Wednesday, months after the charges were first filed.
Jun. 29, 2006 –The U.S. Supreme Court upheld a Pennsylvania prison policy yesterday, saying that officials have the legal authority to keep mainstream newspapers and magazines from the most incorrigible inmates. (more…)
SCI Greene inmates contacted several well-known civil rights lawyers before and during the department inquiry in a bid to persuade one to file a class-action lawsuit on their behalf over prison conditions. But the state’s discipline and personnel actions amid the probe beat them to the punch. (more…)
STATE COLLEGE — A judge has dropped a criminal-mischief citation against a Penn State student activist, citing a lack of evidence from the university police department. (more…)
The Pa. women are working to cripple the terrorist’s powers. (more…)
HELEN AND JOHN BURNS WILL GET AN UNDISCLOSED AMOUNT TO DROP CLAIM. (more…)