Friday, November 28, 2008

Another Shephard slain, but no outcry follows

'Silence of homosexuals is deafening when it comes to their own murdering innocent people

No, not Matthew Shepard, whose murder in Wyoming a decade ago has been used by "gay" activists ever since as a reason to demand enhanced "hate" crimes for anyone who perpetrates criminal activity against a homosexual.

This case involves an innocent man who was murdered by a homosexual when the victim resisted his attacker's sexual advances.

The latest case involves Jason Shephard, 23, who was attacked and killed by Bill Smithson, an openly homosexual man, who slipped the victim the date rape drug GHD and attempted to rape him.

"When the young man resisted his sexual advances, he was strangled," reported the American Family Association of Pennsylvania.

"The American Family Association of Pennsylvania (AFA of PA), remembers another Shepard who was murdered 10 years ago in the state of Wyoming and homosexual activists used that murder to push for hate crimes laws to include 'sexual orientation,' the organization said yesterday, following Smithson's sentencing to life in prison.

But unlike with Matthew Shepard's death, there's been no outcry from the ranks of homosexual activists. FULL STORY.

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