Nate Parker

Besieged filmmaker Nate Parker will not attend a press conference at the Toronto Film Festival.

Parker, who wrote, directed and produced the slavery movie Birth of a Nation, has come under fire for using a 17-year-old rape case to portray himself as a victim — a black man accused of rape in America.

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Nate Parker

A street artist is plastering altered Birth of a Nation movie posters all over West Los Angeles, Ca.

The movie posters feature the slave film’s star Nate Parker with an American flag twisted into a noose around his neck. Under his image is the stylized word “Rapist” with a question mark next to it.

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Robert Lindlau

A Dollar General employee was arrested and charged with forcing two female shoplifters to perform sexual favors against their will.

Robert Lindlau, assistant manager of a Dollar General store in Clarksville, Tennessee, was indicted on two counts of rape, the NY Daily News reports.

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brooklyn rape case

The Brooklyn District Attorney’s office missed Friday’s deadline to take the notorious gang rape case before a grand jury.

The DA now has six months to prepare a case against five teenagers accused of raping a 18-year-old girl in a Brooklyn Park on Jan. 7.

All but 1 of the defendants were released on bond. A 17-year-old is being held on an unrelated assault charge.

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rape victim

The lawyer for one of the teenage suspects accused of raping a 18-year-old girl at Osborn Playground in Brooklyn has obtained smartphone video that shows the girl smiling and laughing during the alleged rape.

Attorney Kenneth Montgomery, who is representing Denzel Murray, 14, said the video footage — recorded by his client, shows the girl smiling and laughing while laying on the ground partially clothed.

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