Mass. Cops Accuse Lesbian Sisters of Hate Crime on Gay Man

Rockland Country Times:

Mar. 7, 2012

Outside Boston, Massachusetts another strange hate crime has been filed by authorities. Two lesbians have been charged with a hate crime for an assault against a homosexual man. Apparently they used negative slurs about his sexual orientation during the fight, although the two African-American women said the gay man first used racial insults toward them.

Bottom line is in 2012 America you can go to jail for saying naughty names even if they are names that apply to your own “people.” God bless the Nanny State!

The two girls are sisters Erika Stroud, 21, of Dorchester and Felicia Stroud, 18, West Roxbury, Massachusetts, both of whom are lesbians according to their mother. Apparently the scuffle started when they bumped into the victim in a stairwell. They’ve been charged with assault and battery with the intent to intimidate, a hate crime punishable by up to 10 years in jail.

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