Just as his assault trial was to begin, gay basher Joshua Holts was allowed to plead guilty to a lesser charge and now faces seven years in prison. Joshua Holts pleaded guilty Monday to felony assault for beating a gay man outside a Springville bar last year, leaving the victim with facial injuries that required four surgeries. As Erie County Judge Thomas P. Franczyk was about to start his nonjury trial, Holts pleaded guilty to second-degree assault for the Aug.
"A man arrested for assaulting a gay man in Georgetown has pleaded guilty in D.C. Superior Court to two charges, including felony assault with bias intent. Ruddad Abdulgader, 19, faces a maximum sentence of five and a half years in ... Read Post
The FBI is reporting Michigan native Everett Dwayne Avery pleaded guilty in federal court yesterday to assaulting a man because he thought the victim was gay. Subject to federal hate-crime laws, Avery faces ten years in prison when ... Read Post