"Civilized Australian Whites" MURDERED 27 MEN for being GAY

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May 13, 2020, 2:23:29 PM5/13/20
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Bible thumping "prenatal incestuous rapist Jesus worshiping" Western
White Christians are AS EVIL as their koran thumping desert arab
abrahamic brother muslim pigs BUT "cunningly and deceptively PROGRAMMED
everyone" to THINK that whites are civilized.

If you prick a bible thumping white christian, Cunning and deception
will ooze out.


Civilized Australian Whites MURDERED 27 MEN for being GAY out of "88
suspicious deaths" which means some more of the remaining could turn out
to be GAY MURDERS too in the future.

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https://www.nbcnews.com/feature/nbc-out/arrest-made-cold-case-killing-gay-american-australia-n1205121

Arrest made in cold case killing of gay American in Australia

Three decades after Scott Johnson died in Sydney from what was initially
ruled a suicide, a man has been charged with his death in an apparent
gay hate crime.

May 12, 2020, 6:24 AM PDT
By Associated Press

BRISBANE, Australia — More than 30 years after American mathematician
Scott Johnson died after falling off a cliff in Sydney, a man has been
charged with his death in an apparent gay hate crime that police believe
was one of many over several decades in Australia’s largest city.

New South Wales state police said Tuesday that a 49-year-old man who
they did not name has been charged with murdering the 27-year-old
Sydney-based Johnson in 1988.

They said the man was arrested at a property in Sydney’s northern
suburbs. He was taken to a local police station for questioning, and was
later charged with murder. He was refused bail and is scheduled to
appear in court on Wednesday.

Three inquests were held into Johnson’s death after he was found at the
base of a cliff near Manly’s North Head on Dec. 10, 1988. In the first
inquest, his death was ruled a suicide. The second inquest, in June
2012, returned an open finding.

However, the third inquest, in 2017, found that Johnson fell from the
clifftop as the result of violence by an unidentified attacker who
perceived him to be gay.

A 1 million Australian dollar ($647,000) reward for information leading
to an arrest in the case was offered in 2018, and Johnson’s family in
March pledged to match that amount.

New South Wales state Police Commissioner Mick Fuller said in a
statement Tuesday that he had been in contact with Johnson’s brother
Steve in Boston to inform him of the arrest.

“Making that phone call this morning is a career highlight — Steve has
fought so hard for so many years, and it has been an honor be part of
his fight for justice,” Fuller said.

Steve Johnson said in a statement that his brother symbolizes those who
lost their lives to homophobic-inspired violence.

“It’s emotional for me, emotional for my family, my two sisters and
brother who loved Scott dearly, my wife and three kids who never got to
know their uncle,” Johnson said.

“He courageously lived his life as he wanted to. I hope the friends and
families of the other dozens of gay men who lost their lives find solace
in what’s happened today and hope it opens the door to resolve some of
the other mysterious deaths of men who have not yet received justice,”
he said.

Johnson said his brother graduated at the top of his class at CalTech
and later studied at Cambridge and Harvard universities before moving to
Australia.

A 2018 police review of 88 suspicious deaths from 1976 to 2000 revealed
that 27 men were likely murdered for their homosexuality by gangs, with
cases peaking in the late 1980s and early ’90s.

ACON, New South Wales' leading sexuality and gender-diverse health
organization, said it has been a long and difficult process for
Johnson’s family and friends.

“While this is a significant development in this particular case, it
highlights the need for ongoing investigation, truth-telling and the
delivery of justice for so many other gay men and trans people, who were
murdered or bashed in similar cases," ACON's chief executive, Nicolas
Parkhill, said in a statement.

Zach Harmison

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