Out in the Night
Week of October 27, 2014
Right-wing U.S. televangelist Pat Robertson issues a neurotic "gay terrorism" alert.
And in NewsWrap: Liberian churchmen blame Ebola on homosexuality, a Nigerian court nixes a straight challenge to the country's draconian anti-gay laws, hooded vandals invade a Macedonian LGBT celebration, a trans veteran proves U.S. Army discrimination, a lonely Puerto Rican judge upholds the U.S. territory’s civil marriage ban, "Gandalf" fights school bullying, and more news reported this week by Wenzel Jones and Michael LeBeau (produced by Steve Pride).
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