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03/23/2006

Report: Despite the Village People's attempts at unity, cops and gays still have a ways to go

by Jeremy Hooper

A new Amnesty International report suggests that LGBT people face rampant anti-gay sentiment from far too many of the nation's police officers.

So please stop the insults and start showing gays the respect they deserve, you donut-eating pigs.

We kid; we know the preferred spelling is 'doughnut.'

Police target lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the USA [AI Editorial]
Stonewalled –still demanding respect / Police abuses against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the USA [Amnesty International]

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