Update on Gay Sailor’s Death

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Seaman August Provost

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U.S. Navy officials said they had no indication that the shooting death of a gay sailor at Camp Pendleton, Calif., was a hate crime.

Capt. Matt Brown, director of public affairs for Navy Region Southwest, said the military also couldn’t confirm that Seaman August Provost was harassed in the days before he was killed, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported Thursday.

“There is no evidence or information that suggests this is a hate crime,” Brown said during a news conference.

Uh huh. Right.

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One Response to Update on Gay Sailor’s Death

  1. Yeah, he just accidentally happened to be gay and black and we know those things are *never* factors in murders. Riiiiight.

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