Sunday, August 29, 2010

Atlanta police investigating slaying of Black Gay Pride organizer

Atlanta police are investigating whether the murder of the organizer of the city’s Black Gay Pride celebration was shot because he was gay.
“The Atlanta Police Department is exploring all possibilities with regards to the homicide of Durand Robinson,” Atlanta Police Department spokesman Carlos Campos told the Atlanta

Robinson, 50, owned a popular gay club and was found dead in the middle of a street in southwest Atlanta early Wednesday. He was shot in the chest.

In The Life Atlanta is organizing a candlelight vigil for Sept. 1.

Atlanta’s Black Gay Pride celebration is scheduled for Sept. 1- Sept. 6


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