Hate crime

Gallagher, John
July 1995
Advocate;7/11/95, Issue 685, p30
Describes the hate crime committed against a group of gay men having an after-hours party at the house of Mark Anderson and Christopher Landholm in Sioux City, Iowa in August 1994. Characteristic profile of attacks; Injuries sustained by a party guest, Brendan Buys; Other crimes committed by the perpetrators; Arrest and conviction of the suspects; Plea bargain among the defense and prosecutors.


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