Sure that it is. I might have known it! Look at these innocent faces. Boys and girls from "wonderful families"! "she would not hurt anybody!" "In no way, shape or form was this incident related to anyone's sexual orientation," surely not, do you have thought otherwise?
It was the fault of these both gay boys! Why they have roved about on the streets? So my verdict: Guilty for the gays!
Oh my God - I could cry with anger! Nothing will happen to these criminals!
Their lawyers are paid to put their best possible case forward. If those quotes were from anyone else they would be worrying, but their lawyers wouldn't be doing their jobs if they said anything else.
Lets let justice run its course before assuming the worst.
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On the other hand... why only three among that crowd of good, God fearing, law abiding, clean cut 'citizens'? Who among that crowd stepped in to stop the violent beating of a gay couple? A beating severe enough to break a jaw and fracture an eye socket? Why only three among that crowd were charged?
One of the 'excuses' was the gay couple started it. I believe they claim one of the gay guys 'bumped' into that woman and the gay guys were rude to them. Imagine the sidewalk being blocked by a large group of people snickering and being disrespectful with cat calls and name calling. You are supposed to cow down and be glad they pass you by without a beat down. If you dare to keep walking and not back down onto the street to let this crowd of 'citizens' pass then you deserve a beat down... huh?
I think the whole crowd of 'citizens' should have been charged with the attack. None of them tried to stop their 'friends' from sending those 2 'fags' to the hospital. It is sickening. But that attack was only one of hundreds or thousands that happened that night and every night against gay men. I know violence is a fact of life and it's not isolated to attacks on Gays but this case is the current topic of discussion.
I'm afraid these good 'citizens' will either be acquitted or get community service and a $100 fine. Maybe those 2 handsome guys - pretty boys - should go to prison for a year. I bet they would be some War Daddy's bitch their first full night in the prison dormitory. But to be honest I would not wish that on them or anyone else. I would have mercy on them. I would sentence them to a year of volunteer work helping victims of gay bashing and run away teens who have been abused by their family and thrown out of their house or HIV/AIDS victims who need help with the simple chores of daily living like bathing, cleaning, shopping and cooking.
It really is a shame that those 2 beautiful boys with so many advantages in life had to beat 2 defenseless gay men who were on their way home after dinner the same as that crowd... MOB of clean cut, god fearing, law abiding 'citizens'.
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Sniffit, you are surely totally right with your human plea of forgiveness and mercy - but it will be difficult to me, because I (or better two of my friends) have to go through such a same nightmare some months ago.
And honestly will mercy always be the better way? Will these "christians" really accept mercy in all its profundity?
Surely you can answer now, if a prison term will bring them to a better way?!
I can't answer either the first nor the second question. But a cowardly attack of so many to so few (which never ever had a chance to defend themselves against such superiority) - such an offence has to be punished with the full vigour of the law and that without any mercy or forgiveness!
MY BUDDY - MY FRIEND AND GUARDIAN
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Dear Shelter, I share your concerns and your indignation. We have to wait for that justice takes its course, but experience has taught me that not all processes are "super partes".
(Latin phrase that means "rise above the parties" or rather take a neutral position).
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The "friends" in this case are the ones who are trying to pervert the course of justice in order to protect the guilty. (Sarcasm)
Real friends are real friends of course.
Sorry, sorry, sorry - I've misunderstood you. May I excuse this with the language barrier????!!!! (It will be always the best apology, didn't it?- ) So once more -SORRY Dargelos! Next time I'll read more carefully.
MY BUDDY - MY FRIEND AND GUARDIAN
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