Double-barrel shotgun pulled on lesbian in Ocean Beach

Baldman, Anthony
August 2006
Gay & Lesbian Times;8/31/2006, Issue 975, p14
The article reports on crimes against gays in the Hillcrest, and North Park area in San Diego, California. A lesbian claimed that she had a double-barrel shotgun pointed at her while walking along Venice Street in Ocean Beach. It reports on three other incidents involving gay males, all of which occurred in the area.


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