Woman assaulted in apparent antigay hate crime

Bone, Travis D.
April 2003
Gay & Lesbian Times;4/17/2003, Issue 799, p14
Reports on an assault on a lesbian in San Diego, California, on April 4, 2003. Police investigation into the hate crime; Suspect in the attack.


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