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Published on June 11, 2023
Repeat Offender Arrested Last Week in Castro Faces Hate-Crimes Charges, Blames LGBTQ Community for 'Going Against God'

In celebration of Pride Month, it's unfortunate to report a hate-crime attack in San Francisco's Castro neighborhood. A 20-year-old suspect, Muhammed Abdullah, was arraigned on Wednesday for allegedly targeting two men based on their sexual orientation. Authorities believe the suspect might be involved in similar incidents in the area, such as tearing down a Pride flag from a local store and attacking people in a nearby street fair. San Francisco's legal system will determine the appropriate response to this case, showcasing the importance of addressing discrimination and violence targeting the LGBTQ+ community. Continue reading on SFist →

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