Anthony Griffin

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    January 8, 2010

    The Case Of That 12-Year-Old Girl Beat up By Galveston Cops Drags On

    ‚ÄčIt hardly seemed possible, but things are getting ever weirder in the case of Dymond Milburn, the 12-year-old African-American girl whose mother claims in court that several Galveston cops jumped out of an unmarked van, tried to kidnap Dymond and then beat her up in her front yard for no real rea ... More >>

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    February 9, 2009

    Final Arguments Expected In Trial Of Galveston Girl Mistaken For Hooker

    Final arguments are expected to begin today in the criminal trail of Dymond Milburn, the 12-year-old Galveston resident who is accused of assaulting cops who tried to arrest her outside her home after mistaking her for a hooker.We first wrote about her here, in a story that rocketed around the web. ... More >>

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    January 28, 2009

    Finally, More Details On That Bizarre Galveston Police Incident

    In December, Hair Balls brought you the story of Dymond Milburn, a 12-year-old girl whose family is suing several Galveston police officers after the cops allegedly beat and injured her while trying to arrest her for suspected prostitution. The lawsuit claims that the police hopped out of an unmarke ... More >>

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    December 17, 2008

    Police Get The Wrong House In Galveston, Allegedly Assault 12-Year-Old Girl

    It was a little before 8 at night when the breaker went out at Emily Milburn's home in Galveston. She was busy preparing her children for school the next day, so she asked her 12-year-old daughter, Dymond, to pop outside and turn the switch back on. As Dymond headed toward the breaker, a blue v ... More >>

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    October 2, 2008
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    September 23, 2008

    Lawyer Says Galveston's Elite Were Allowed Back On The Island Before Others

    A Galveston attorney is headed to federal court claiming prominent residents of the island city got preferential treatment in being allowed back to their homes. The attorney, Anthony Griffin, temporarily dismissed the civil rights federal lawsuit he filed last Friday against island officials, but h ... More >>

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    July 3, 2003

    Kitty Litter

    Toyya Braskey lives with 100 cats. They are her life. Now the city says they have to go.

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    January 18, 2001

    Left Return

    Once burdened by debt and internal politics, a rejuvenated Texas ACLU is back mixing it up with those who dare to trample on the U. S. Constitution.

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    September 28, 2000

    Breaking Bigotry

    Some schools won't hear of intolerance; others just don't want to listen

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    April 10, 1997
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    September 14, 1995


    In a small town south of Houston, they say school prayer is a matter of religious freedom. But even in Santa Fe, freedom for one student can be tyranny for another.