A Louisiana man has been charged over claims he used Grindr to prey on unsuspecting gay men -- one of whom he's accused of gruesomely torturing The suspect's name is Chance Seneca , who was arrested last summer over the alleged incidents -- which authorities say amount to 3 total According to newly released docs that go into the gory details, obtained by The Daily Advertiser , prosecutors allege Seneca -- who's 19 himself -- confessed to using Grindr as a "hunting ground" to lure young gay men to his father's home, where he allegedly said he had planned to kill them and use their body parts as "trophies" and "food. Prosecutors say on June 19, Seneca attempted to kidnap one man he'd met on Grindr but failed -- only to successfully kidnap another later that night. It's unclear what Seneca might've done to that guy, but the next day That would be Holden White of Kaplan, LA -- whose name has been publicly released and whose family has been attempting to raise money , saying he's lost the use of his hands.
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In late , police in the southern parishes of Louisiana began to find bodies. Bodies that had been raped and tortured before they were murdered. For the next nine years, Louisiana police found these bodies scattered along roadsides, floating in bayous, rotting in sugarcane fields, and half-buried in ditches. All the bodies were men, mostly homeless, and they became known as the victims of the Bayou Serial Killer, a madman who lured men of a certain lifestyle into his trap — and almost got away with it. He was known in Thibodaux for his generosity and was often seen helping the residents of his community with yard work or groceries.
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Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter. Log In. Louisiana cops unlawfully entrapped, arrested gay men Listen Print. Baton Rouge - Sheriff's deputies in one Louisiana parish are unlawfully entrapping and arresting adult gay men under an unconstitutional anti-sodomy law struck down by the US Supreme Court a decade ago. The Advocate reports the East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office EBRSO has been conducting undercover sting operations in Manchac Park in which deputies target gay men who agree to meet them to have consensual, non-commercial sex in private locations away from the park.
Police, firefighters and paramedics on list of groups with enhanced penalties for crimes against them, as part of backlash against Black Lives Matter movement. The bill is part of a clear backlash against the Black Lives Matter movement provoked by police shootings of unarmed African American teenagers. The enacting of the legislation immediately prompted criticism from legal analysts and campaigners aligned to Black Lives Matter, who pointed out that Louisiana already has some of the toughest sentences in the country for assault on police officers — including the death penalty.