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10/03/2007

Teens cowardly enter annals of spineless slurring

by Jeremy Hooper

Two Vermont-based teenaged sisters will appear in court today to answer charges that they slashed the tires and spray-painted anti-gay epithets on the vehicles of two civilly-unioned gay men (one of whom was a distant relative):

Two teenaged girls to be charged with anti-gay hate crime [AP via Boston.com]

Keeping in the spirit of what the girls apparently consider to be fair judgement of others, we hear the judge will turn off all the lights in the court house, then spinelessly and crudely write his sentencing on the ladies' faces in the cover of darkness.

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