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