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01/22/2007

Ruling: City of brotherly love right to nab foes of gay love

by Jeremy Hooper

Protest1A federal judge has ruled that Philadelphia police officers did not act inappropriately or violate civil rights when they arrested a group of anti-gay demonstrators at a 2004 gay pride celebration (see link for back story).

In a related story, we hear Friday's ruling is believed to be the first time in history that someone in a room with the demonstrators acted in a more judgmental manner than they.

Court rejects gay foes' arrest suit [Phil. Daily News]

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