Report: Four gays stabbed in Moscow attack

Wockner, Rex
August 2006
Gay & Lesbian Times;8/31/2006, Issue 975, p37
The article reports on the stabbing of four gay men in their apartment in Moscow, Russia on August 23, 2006. It reveals that a group of young intruders stabbed the gay men. Authorities labeled the incident as a hate crime. According to RIA Novosti, one victim is in critical condition and another in a coma.


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