Nabbed again

April 1995
Advocate;4/18/95, Issue 679, p10
Reports on the charges by district attorney Joan Hamilton against antigay attorney Fred Phelps and five members of the Westboro Baptist Church with disorderly conduct, criminal restraint, assault and battery in connection with antigay picketing incidents.


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