Skip to comments.Defense lawyers criticize Egypt gay raid trial
Posted on 01/04/2015 10:59:49 AM PST by Olog-hai
Defense lawyers for 26 men arrested in a televised raid by police looking for gays at an Egyptian bathhouse criticized the prosecutions case Sunday, saying it is based on a faulty investigation and only one police officers testimony.
The raid was part of an ongoing crackdown on gays in Egypt, described by activists as the worst in more than a decade. While consensual gay and lesbian relationships are not specifically outlawed in Egypt, there is a societal taboo against same-sex couples.
A private TV stations crew filmed the mens arrest, saying it tipped off police to a bathhouse hosting men sex orgies. The televised raid outraged activists.
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The media seems to have a BIG PROBLEM with this raid. I always thought that we are to stop being “judgmental” and instead to try to understand Islam better.
So, if they see things differently, we should “celebrate the diversity” rather than saying our way is better.
(just parroting the liberals here)
It seems like the police work was so sloppy, that many of the guys arrested were just heterosexual men taking a bath, although it is hard to say.
You got that right.
The homostapo and the far left can’t get it into their heads that homosexuality is still a mental sickness whether a handful of shrinks say it is not.
But what if they were shutting down a place where the guys were performing disease-infecting orgies? Isn’t that actually sensible? The interesting fact about the Western World is the fact that it is all starting to backpedal on sanitation in the case of ebola, HIV, and potentially more. It’s okay to protect other people’s right to life by controlling and quarantining the spread of a disease that is fatal or drains resources to be prescribed the eternal medications for it.