Skip to comments.Gay protester detained in Russia
Posted on 01/18/2014 12:37:31 PM PST by Andy'smom
MOSCOW -- A gay Russian protester was detained on Saturday for unfurling a rainbow flag during the Olympic torch relay as it passed through his hometown of Voronezh, 560 miles north of Sochi, where the Games will begin Feb. 7.
Photos uploaded by his friends show Pavel Lebedev pulling out the flag and then being detained by Olympic security personnel, who wrestle him to the snow as they wait for police to arrive. Lebedev, reached by The Associated Press on the phone, said he was still in the police station and undergoing questioning.
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Good grief............now this is all we will hear during the Olympics from MSM.
Not all gays are pederasts but all pederasts are gay.
Gays and Global Warming/Cooling/Climate Change are the two big issues in the Olympics. I don’t even know why they bother with the sports anymore. They could just have programming that flashes between “proud” gays and sad polar bears for 10 days.
Maybe the homos will learn that the world will NOT revolve around them and their over-the-top demands.
Imagine the outrage from homos if we held a parade celebrating heterosexuality (if we could even get a permit!!).
Good. They’re enforcing the law. Sounds like he was Russian though. I want to see one of the Obammunist acolytes arrested.
I’d love to see it, too!
The mentally sick homosexuals have to make everything be about homosexuals.
There is no such term in science as ‘gaiety’. However, for centuries ‘pederasty’, which is not the same as pedophilia, has referred to homosexuality.
Save the gay polar bears!
Why is this worthy of ESPN?
this is ALL that the Olympics will be about...forget sports.
POST OF THE DECADE!
Sure got the attention he was looking for.
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