East Java policeman investigated for allegedly deceiving man into gay relationship

first_imgEast Java Police spokesperson Sr. Comr. Trunoyudho Wisnu Andiko said on Monday that they would probe the allegations of deception against the police officer, as well as his sexual activities.”The investigation is under way,” Trunoyudho told The Jakarta Post.Read also: Bedroom bill: Proposed ‘family resilience’ law would require LGBT people to report for ‘rehabilitation’Previously, Probolinggo Police chief Adj. Sr. Comr. Ferdy Irawan said that the unit’s internal affairs division had launched an investigation as a result of the allegations, tribunnews.com reported.However, Trunoyudho said the East Java Police decided to take over the case because they had better cybercrime unit facilities to trace the Facebook post, which has since been taken down by the user.Although homosexuality is not illegal in Indonesia, sentiment against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community has persisted in the country over the years, including in the police force.Last year, Central Java Police dismissed a 29-year-old gay policeman because of his sexual orientation. The Semarang State Administrative Court later rejected his lawsuit against his dismissal.Topics : The East Java Police have launched an investigation into a police officer suspected of having deceived a man into a same-sex relationship after photos depicting them being intimate with each other were published on Facebook.A Facebook account named Bayuangga Probolinggo recently posted photos that purported to show the policeman, an officer with the Probolinggo Police, hugging and kissing another man.The Facebook account published a post seemingly written by the other man, in which he claimed that the officer had promised to help him join the police force in exchange for a sexual relationship. The officer, however, reportedly broke his promise and threatened the man, prompting the latter to seek help and publish the photos.last_img read more

Patriots to sign Mike Nugent after Stephen Gostkowski injury, reports say

first_imgIt was reported Gostkowski has a left hip injury that will require season-ending surgery, though he expects to be rehabilitated by next season.Gostkowski missed four extra points and a field goal over the last three weeks. However, he’s made 7 of 8 field goals this season, with his only miss coming from 48 yards.The Patriots (4-0) are slated to visit the Redskins (0-4) at 1 p.m. ET Sunday. Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott looks to rebound vs. Packers Jaguars owner balks at Jalen Ramsey trade Percy Harvin says he was high in every game of his career Related News The likely winner of the #Patriots’ kicking competition: Mike Nugent. Sources tell me and @RapSheet he’s expected to sign to take over for the IR’d Stephen Gostkowski. Nugent’s teams are 0-5 in the playoffs. A chance for him to taste postseason victory in his 14th season.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) October 3, 2019ESPN also reported the Patriots will sign former Chargers kicker Younghoe Koo to the practice squad for added insurance.In addition to signing veteran kicker Mike Nugent to their roster, the Patriots also are expected to sign former Chargers’ kicker Younghoe Koo to their practice squad, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 3, 2019Nugent, 37, has spent most of his career with the Jets and Bengals but also had stints with the Buccaneers, Cardinals, Cowboys, Bears and Raiders. He’s gone 78-of-102 to hit 81.4 percent of his field goals, but nailed all six of his attempts for Oakland last season. New England has a new kicker.According to NFL Media and ESPN, the Patriots plan to sign veteran kicker Mike Nugent after Stephen Gostkowski was placed on injured reserve earlier this week.last_img read more