- Singaporean Chan Xin Kai, 23, was sentenced to 24 weeks of prison time after pleading guilty to five charges that include insulting a woman's modesty, selling obscene videos and criminal intimidation.
- Chan recorded and photographed some of the sexual activities he had with at least 20 women from Tinder and more women he met in school without his partners’ consent.
- Chan later sold the videos and photos of the sex acts illegally, which ended up circulating online.
- Chan’s modus operandi involved posing as the woman in fake dating and chat app accounts and offering to sell her photos and videos to other users. He earned 160 Singapore dollars (approximately $114) from selling two sex videos featuring one of the victims to two unknown buyers.
- He also threatened to spread nude images and videos of a separate victim if she refused to reconnect and meet with him.
A 23-year-old man in Singapore will spend about six months in jail for recording and selling videos of sex acts with his Tinder dates.
On Sept. 12, Chan Xin Kai was given a 24-week prison sentence after pleading guilty to five charges that include insulting a woman’s modesty, selling obscene videos and criminal intimidation. The court also considered six other charges in the sentencing.
- Ernantes K. Moses, 35, was charged with first-degree terroristic threatening for allegedly threatening a 70-year-old man with a knife in Honolulu’s Chinatown on Aug. 9.
- He was arrested shortly after the incident. His bail is set at $50,000.
- Moses is a felon who served time for assaulting a man at Ala Moana Beach Park in 2017.
- He previously slashed a man’s hand three times and threatened to kill everyone at a birthday party.
- If Moses is convicted, he may face up to five years in prison.
A man was charged for allegedly threatening an elder with a knife in Honolulu’s Chinatown.
Ernantes K. Moses, 35, was charged on Sunday with first-degree terroristic threatening for threatening a 70-year-old man in the 100 block of North Nimitz Highway at about 2:30 p.m. on Aug. 9.
- Brett Forsell, the 49-year-old man who allegedly threatened to kill U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D, WA-07) outside her Seattle home, was charged with felony stalking on Wednesday.
- Forsell was previously arrested on suspicion of a hate crime on July 9, but he was released when prosecutors did not file the alleged hate crime charges in time due to a lack of evidence.
- Prosecutors noted that Forsell was armed with a deadly weapon and said that he stalked Jayapal because of her position as an elected official.
- The man told police that he had driven past Jayapal’s house and directed profanities at her multiple times since late June.
- A judge approved a bail amount of $500,000 for Forsell, according to prosecutors.
The armed man who allegedly threatened to kill U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D, WA-07) outside her Seattle home has been charged.
Brett Forsell, 49, was previously arrested on suspicion of a hate crime on July 9 after Jayapal reported unknown individuals in a vehicle yelling obscenities outside her home in the Arbor Heights neighborhood.
- The 48-year-old armed man who allegedly threatened to kill the U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D, WA-07) outside her Seattle home was released from jail after prosecutors failed to file the hate crime charges in time.
- The man was previously arrested on July 9 and detained in the King County Jail.
- Jayapal told the dispatcher that her husband may have heard a pellet gun fired. One of her neighbors also told police she heard the man yell, “Go back to India, I’m going to kill you.”
- However, police do not have evidence that the man had certainly threatened to kill Jayapal and told her to go back to India, according to King County prosecutors.
- The investigation is currently ongoing. Prosecutors have not declined to file a case against the man. While the man was released from holding, he could still face charges.
The man who allegedly threatened to kill the U.S. Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D, WA-07) outside her Seattle home was released from jail.
Seattle police previously arrested the man at 11:25 p.m. on July 9 after Jayapal reported unknown individuals in a vehicle yelling obscenities outside her house in the Arbor Heights neighborhood.
Portland man arrested for anti-Asian remarks, threatening victim with black hose in road rage incident
- A Portland, Oregon, man was arrested on Friday after allegedly making anti-Asian remarks during a road rage incident.
- Police said 54-year-old Neal Hollis Walker made “bias statements” against the male victim over “the belief he was from China.”
- Walker then allegedly took a black plastic air hose and pointed it at the victim, which led the latter to believe it was a gun.
- The suspect was booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center on charges of second-degree bias crime and menacing.
A Portland, Oregon, man has been arrested for allegedly making anti-Asian remarks during a road rage incident on Friday afternoon.
Neal Hollis Walker, 54, pulled up to the male victim around South Macadam Avenue and South Taylors Ferry Road and “made bias statements about the victim being of Asian descent and the belief he was from China,” Portland police said on Saturday.
- A man accused of threatening the judge who released alleged “Duck Sauce Killer” Glenn Hirsch on a $500,000 bail is reportedly facing criminal charges.
- Chunhua Hu, 49, allegedly made the threat before the 51-year-old murder suspect arrived for his bail hearing at the Queens Criminal Court on Monday.
- Sources said Hu approached a court officer and told them Judge Kenneth Holder better not release Hirsch, “otherwise he will have trouble,” according to the New York Daily News.
- The officer immediately arrested Hu, who was then charged with obstructing government administration and required to appear in court at a later date.
- Hu, like Hirsch, was also a customer at the Great Wall restaurant. It’s unclear whether Hu and Hirsch had ever met as customers at the restaurant.
A man accused of threatening the judge who released alleged “Duck Sauce Killer” Glenn Hirsch on a $500,000 bail is reportedly facing criminal charges.
Chunhua Hu, 49, allegedly made the threat before the 51-year-old murder suspect arrived for his bail hearing at the Queens Criminal Court on Monday.
- Kerry Jer Thao, a 33-year-old graduate and custodian at California State University, Chico, was arrested for allegedly encouraging Asians to “shoot white and black people.”
- The university was informed by the FBI of Thao’s violent threats that were left under videos relating to the recent shootings in Orange County, California, Buffalo, New York and Uvalde, Texas.
- “Asians need to commit as much mass shootings as possible, this country has turned its back on you, label you a diseased, humiliated and murder you,” Thao reportedly wrote.
- Butte County District Attorney Mike Ramsey said that officers have seized all of Thao’s legally acquired firearms from his home.
- The 33-year-old was charged with making violent threats online and was denied bail at a Butte County courtroom on Tuesday. He faces possible hate crime charges, which could lead up to a $1,000 fine and one year in prison.
An employee at California State University, Chico, was arrested for allegedly encouraging Asians to “shoot white and black people.”
Kerry Jer Thao, 33, was arrested on May 26 for writing violent and threatening statements on YouTube videos.
- Terrell Harper, 39, threatened the NYPD via Instagram Stories and said that he would "f*ck up" the “next cop funeral.”
- Harper posted the story on Saturday – one day after Officer Jason Rivera, 22, was laid to rest.
- Rivera and his partner, Wilbert Mora, 27, died after being shot during a domestic violence call in the Bronx on Jan. 21.
- Last year, Harper was sued by NYPD Detective Vincent Chung for hurling racial slurs at him during a social justice protest in New York in March.
The man who was filmed hurling racial slurs at an Asian NYPD detective last year has allegedly threatened the city’s police department, claiming he will “f*ck up” the “next cop funeral.”
Terrell Harper, 39, made the threatening remarks in several private Instagram Stories on Saturday – a day after officer Jason Rivera, 22, was laid to rest at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Manhattan, according to the New York Post.
A boba tea shop in Las Vegas became the target of threats for their political beliefs last week.
Milk+T, which also runs stores in Los Angeles and Beaverton, Oregon, received calls from a man furious about Pride and Biden-Harris flags they had displayed at the branch.
North Korea has vowed to respond to any “slight provocation” from the nation’s proclaimed enemies with “5 million nuclear bombs” carried by its youth.
The threat was delivered by the Central Committee of the Kimilsungist-Kimjongilist Youth League, warning that “the Earth will break” should they carry on with their attack.