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Eight U.S. Justices Ignored Explicit Examples of Gay Mob Violence in Briefs

These explicit cases were presented in amicus briefs to the Supreme Court and were ignored by 8 of them, except Judge Clarence Thomas, in their recent decision to allow the publishing and posting of petition signers in pro-marriage referendums.

Many groups presented numerous examples of gay mob violence against pro-tradtional marriage supporters in California and many other states in their respective briefs. These are just a few examples.


ABC Fresno: Prop 8 protestors vandalize church

SAN FRANCISCO -- Vandals spray-painted swastikas on a Catholic church in San Francisco's Castro District Saturday night.


It appears the vandals are upset about the Catholic church's support of Proposition 8, which made same-sex marriage illegal in California.

But, the Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church on Diamond Street is gay-friendly. Many parishioners voted against Prop 8 and they are upset their church was targeted.

http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?section=news/local/san_francisco&id=6584961


ABC Fresno Video: Vandals Egg Downtown Fresno Church


Vandals targeted a downtown Fresno church that supports a California ballot measure that would eliminate the right of same-sex couples to marry.

Workers at Cornerstone Church got to their offices Tuesday to find the offices and the sanctuary, which is in the historic Wilson Theater, had been egged. Crews are working on cleaning up the mess.

On Sunday, a rally supporting Proposition 8 was held at City Hall. Cornerstone's Pastor Jim Franklin told other prop eight supporters his home had recently been egged.

http://abclocal.go.com/kfsn/story?section=news/local&id=6473251&pt=print


ABC Los Angeles: Anti-Prop 8 Vandals Hit Alto Loma Home

Suzie Taylor says she awoke to find that she was a victim of vandalism. Taylor says her fifth-wheel trailer was spray-painted advocating a no on Proposition 8.

"It was kind of a shock, and then our neighbors started coming out and they saw it" said Taylor

The words "love for all," "no on 8" and "equal rights were sprayed on three sides of her trailer. Taylor thinks the only reason she was targeted was because of the "Yes on 8" sign in her front yard.

"It's hard to understand why these things happen," said Taylor. "You have a little sign expressing your opinion about something and to have that response was a little shocking."

And Taylor is not alone. Several people who are against the proposition say they have been victims of Vandalism.


http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?section=news/local/inland_empire&id=6470557&pt=print

Again: there are many other examples posted on publicadvocateusa.org and by other groups but these 3 above were in briefs presented to the full court.

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