Nov 23, 2022
Liberals blame homophobia for man on video tossing brick at gay club in NYC. Police arrested a gay man for the crime.
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The owner was annoyed that the police response was so nonchalant.
“It's typical that we, as gay people who have spaces we've created, have to protect ourselves,” he added. “I'm not defeatist. In fact, I'm more emboldened than ever.”
However, some on social media were skeptical. After seeing the video of the man throwing the brick, comedian Theo Vonn responded, "that form tell u its a inside job" in a tweet that garnered more than 303k likes.
On Tuesday, police ruined the homophobic narrative when they arrested 34-year-old Sean Kuilan, who identified himself as a gay man.
NYPD Chief of Detectives James Essig said that Kuilan told them he was "exacting revenge" on the gay bar on behalf of a female friend of his who was in a feud with the business.
“As of right now we don’t have any reason to believe it is [a hate crime]," Essig said.
Police have only charged Kuilan with three of the four vandalism incidents because there's no video of the fourth incident. He was charged with three counts of criminal mischief, three counts of reckless endangerment, and three counts of criminal possession of a weapon.
“I’m gay myself,” Kuilan said to reporters as he was escorted by police into court.
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83-Year-Old Pilot Dies Following Cape Cod Airpark Plane Crash: Police
The pilot of a small plane that crashed at an airpark on Cape Cod earlier this week has died, authorities said.
The 83-year-old pilot was identified as Carl Willis, Massachusetts State Police Spokesperson Dave Procopio told Daily Voice.
He and his wife, Candace Oldham, age 70, were hospitalized following the crash that happened at Falmouth Airpark on Airpark Drive in East Falmouth on the afternoon of Friday, Dec. 2.
Willis was brought to Falmouth Hospital where later died while Oldham was brought to Rhode Island Hospital with serious injuries, Procopio said. The Falmouth couple was apparently returning from a day trip to Westfield along with several other couples who flew their own planes, he added.
The single-engine aircraft crashed in a grassy are short of the northeast side of Runway 25 at the park. The Federal Aviation Association and the National Transportation Safety Board are said to be investigating the crash.
This is the same airpark where a fatal plane crash occurred in June 2008, Cape Cod Times reports. The cause of that crash was left undermined.