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Two Transsexuals Questioned In University of Pittsburgh Bomb Threats


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Two Transsexuals Questioned In University of Pittsburgh Bomb Threats

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Both McCloskey, 55, and Johnston, 22, are transsexual, and both deny that they are involved in the bomb threats. According to McCloskey “We have absolutely nothing to do with (the threats), except for wanting the people who are making the threats...

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Latest News: Transgender man files complaint against Pitt

Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Seamus Johnston, a transgender man who the University of Pittsburgh expelled in January for changing in a men`s locker room, filed a complaint against the school today with the city`s Commission on Human Relations. Johnston, 22, and his partner..,

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By Amanda Dolasinski, Tribune-Review

Published: Tuesday, April 24, 2012, 9:42 p.m.

Updated: Wednesday, April 25, 2012

"Seamus Johnston, 22, of Johnstown is charged with three misdemeanor offenses — indecent exposure, defiant trespassing and disorderly conduct — after he used a men's locker room on the university's Cambria County campus ..... Pitt-Johnstown campus police responded to the campus' Sports Center facility twice in November to warn Johnston that he cannot use the men's locker room. On one occasion, a university employee told police that Johnston was standing in the waiting area wearing only a bra, according to court documents." -triblive.com

Transgender man appears in court in UPJ case

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By: Lynn Adler

Updated: April 26, 2012

"I open my eyes and there is someone standing there pointing a handgun at me," recounted Katherine Ann McCloskey ..... Friday was the second time in two days FBI searched the couple's home." -wearecentralpa.com

FBI Raids Transgender Pitt Bomb Suspects Again

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April 27, 2012

By Zach Geiger, The Altoona Mirror

After the couple refused to turn over their computers without a warrant, as well as fingerprints and handwriting samples, law enforcement raided their home in Vinco and seized multiple items, McCloskey said.

Those items - Johnston's personal laptop, a computer owned by the couple's political organization, Social Democrats USA, as well as cellphones - were returned by federal agents Thursday.

FBI returns computers to targets of Pitt probe

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