'Philly 11' win round against 'gay' group
Judge refuses to release homosexual organization from Christians' lawsuit
Posted: May 28,
A federal judge has ruled that the homosexual activist group called Philly Pride Presents has to face the legal wrath of 11 Christians who were arrested for protesting a "gay pride" event in the City of Brotherly Love.
On Friday, U.S. District Court Judge Lawrence F. Stengel issued a 17-page opinion denying the homosexual group's motion to dismiss, which had sought to release the group from a lawsuit filed on behalf of the Christian protesters – who came collectively to be known as "the Philadelphia Eleven." According to a press release from Repent America, the group behind the Christian protest, "the lawsuit, in part, declares that Philly Pride conspired with the Philadelphia Police to deprive eleven Christians of their constitutional rights at the group’s homosexual celebration on October 10, 2004."
The lawsuit was filed Oct. 21, against the City of Philadelphia, Philly Pride Presents, and others for the arrest of six men and five women with Repent America as they demonstrated at Philly Pride's annual "OutFest" event. the rest