Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Woman says band gang-raped her after Spokane show, Irma leaves path of destruction, morning headlines

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click to enlarge Members of the Polish death metal band Decapitated, accused of gang-raping a woman after a concert at The Pin!, have been arrested in California and face extradition to Spokane.
  • Members of the Polish death metal band Decapitated, accused of gang-raping a woman after a concert at The Pin!, have been arrested in California and face extradition to Spokane.

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Band arrested for gang-raping Spokane woman after concert
After an Aug. 31 show by Polish death metal band Decapitated at downtown club The Pin!, a Spokane woman says she was gang-raped by all four members of the band in the bathroom of their tour bus. The band members have been arrested in California on kidnapping charges and face extradition to Spokane. (Spokesman-Review)

Abducted employee remains missing
A man working at a marijuana shop in Cheney remains missing after he was abducted at gunpoint over the weekend. Last night, nearly 100 people came together for a vigil in support of the employee, 46-year-old Cameron Smith. (KXLY)

Top of the class?
U.S. News and World Report college rankings are regularly touted by universities, but do they promote economic inequality on campus? Politico breaks it down here.

Time to recover

Hurricane Irma is done with Florida, but the destruction it left behind will linger for much longer. Streets remain under water, and it could be weeks before people in some areas get their power back. (New York Times)

Nazis are bad... Remember?

The U.S. Senate has unanimously approved a resolution condemning white supremacists, neo-Nazis, and other extremist hate groups following the death of a woman hit by a car driven by a neo-Nazi in Charlottesville last month. (Associated Press)
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