“Nothing stops the police from arresting me [now] because I’ve said I was a homosexual,” said Eric Gitari of the National Gay and Lesbian Human Rights Commission.
A Kenyan court ruled Thursday that law enforcement can force men accused of homosexuality to undergo anal exams, a precedent that a leading LGBT rights organization said could allow police to more aggressively pursue charges of homosexuality.
04:50 New Zealand judge upholds Kim Dotcom extradition ruling18
06:00 Felony arrest warrant issued for Creighton’s Maurice Watson Jr13
16:47 Charge dropped against former Rocket Steve Francis17
09:00 EXCLUSIVE: Muslim woman claims NYPD forced her to remove hijab and snapped photos of her during false arrest19