Gay Man Says He Was Beaten Outside Of Columbus Bar Because Of His Sexual Orientation

There are 145 comments on the WBNS story from Jun 10, 2013, titled Gay Man Says He Was Beaten Outside Of Columbus Bar Because Of His Sexual Orientation. In it, WBNS reports that:

A man from Northern Kentucky said that several men beat him outside of a Columbus bar last week because of his sexual orientation.

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#160 Jun 14, 2013
VADoc wrote:
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Well Hassan actually admitted he killed all those people because of his faith so it kills the whole workplace violence argument.
Now if they catch the people who beat this guy up and they admit they targeted him because he was gay then yes charge him with a hate crime. Maybe though they just wanted to beat the hell out of someone. It doesn't say if he was robbed or not.
See the difference? Don't reply I already know you'll say some BS about how it's not the same because in the end you are just here to argue.
Agree.

Although, there does seem to be a wave of people just wanting to beat someone up choosing folks outside of gay bars in the past week or so.
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#161 Jun 14, 2013
Reality Speaks wrote:
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The Pope is an elected holy man.
The 10 commandments are Gods words, and the Bible has both a fulfilled prophecy with the Old Testament, and in the New Testament his only sons teachings, and punishments for disobeying them.
I don't need an elected man to tell me what is in the Bible. He is welcome to ask for assistance with his ministry, and I will do my best to assist him. We do possess differences, but they would be minor in the scope of his teachings and charity.
The Pope is an educated man who possesses a brain that functions. You are a mouth breathing cretin. Whose opinion has more value?
Che Reagan Christ

Lodi, OH

#162 Jun 14, 2013
VADoc wrote:
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Well Hassan actually admitted he killed all those people because of his faith so it kills the whole workplace violence argument.
Now if they catch the people who beat this guy up and they admit they targeted him because he was gay then yes charge him with a hate crime. Maybe though they just wanted to beat the hell out of someone. It doesn't say if he was robbed or not.
See the difference? Don't reply I already know you'll say some BS about how it's not the same because in the end you are just here to argue.
That was exactly my point. Your beef on this is with Georgie.
My O My

Delaware, OH

#164 Jun 15, 2013
The whole situation would not of occurred if he was fighting back with his wrists not so limp.
Pamela

Plain City, OH

#165 Jun 15, 2013
FKA Reader wrote:
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Agree.
Although, there does seem to be a wave of people just wanting to beat someone up choosing folks outside of gay bars in the past week or so.
No. Gay men need to stop coming onto straight guys. Straight men have the right to defend themselves from attack by out of control gays like happened at Sodom and Gomorrah.

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