David Kato Expressing Fears for His Life

Jim Burroway

January 27th, 2011

Murdered LGBT advocate David Kato told CNN’s David McKenzie last October that he feared for his safety following the vigilante campaign waged by the Ugandan tabloid Rolling Stone:

L. Junius Brutus

January 27th, 2011

Charming people:

Mr Kato was listed among a group of 100 people suspected to be homosexuals in the country by the local tabloid Rolling Stone. The tabloid’s editor Giles Muhame told Daily Monitor yesterday that although he sympathised with the family of the bereaved, Kato was a victim of his own “evil” actions. “He brought death upon himself. He hasn’t lived carefully. Kato was a shame to this country,” he said. Police detectives spent the day picking fingerprints and interviewing neighbours of the deceased.

http://www.monitor.co.ug/News/National/-/688334/1097190/-/cio6rmz/-/

anteros

January 28th, 2011

unbelievable.

customartist

January 28th, 2011

The Ugandan situation is just like the American, in so much as Religious Leaders here give Sermons of condemnation of Gays, and then we see a stream of youths being bullied to death as a result.

Same stuff – Different location.

Religious Murder.

Ask CNN to continue reporting on this topic:
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lindamaori

February 10th, 2011

Again i say,religion is such a dangerouse place to belong to when u r differant,ask the crippled,the blind,the mentally impaied,they are the family shame so they are conviniantly left at home,or locked up n institutions,away from the judging eyes of the religios leaders who fill the ears of those foolish enough to place themselvs and thier families into the hands of these EVIL people with thier made up jargon of (love and peac)and power controle.Don’t be bullied and threatand by these nutters,as the muslim are now screaming,we’r taking over the world,and if u don’t join us,we kill you,the christians say,just go to hell,lovely bunch arn’t they.

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