California Appeals Court Rules Against Straight Man Who Lured Gay Man to His Death

Wursthorn, Eric
February 2007
Lesbian -- Gay Law Notes;Feb2007, p25
The article reports that Antonio Coyazo, a Mexican immigrant living in California, has lost an appeal of his conviction for six counts involving the attempted murder, kidnapping, and carjacking of Paul Janosik, a gay man. Coyazo and two other men beat Janosik, stole his vehicle, and left him for dead in a parking lot. The article presents details of the case, People v. Coyazo, 2007 WL 60776 (Cal.App. 4 Dist., Jan 10, 2007).


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