Thursday, February 3, 2011

Suspect Arrested in Gay Activist Murder

A Ugandan police spokesman stated they have arrested a suspect
in the killing of gay activist David Kato who was bludgeoned to
death last week. Vincent Sekatte said late Wednesday that the
suspect made a confession before a magistrate. Sekatte said
police will charge the man with murder “soon”. Of course the
police insist David Kato's killing had nothing to do with his
sexual orientation. Police investigator Ronald Gata said the
suspect is an ex-convict whom Kato employed 3 days before
his death. Kato's killing comes after a year of increased threats
against gays in Uganda, where an appalling anti-gay bill
proposes the death penalty for homosexual acts.
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