Two gay boys target street gang in lascivious attack
Straight talk, from straight faces
Sunday, July 5, 2015, 10:31:UTC)(
9 October 2010
NEW YORK, New York -- Police busted two gay teens for their alleged lascivious attack on eight members of a street gang known as the "Latin King Goonies", last weekend in the Bronx, said NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly.
The gay boys reportedly discovered one of their in-crowd was a member of the heterosexual street gang, so they attacked and brutally sodomized him in a gruesome assault last Sunday, police said. Later that Sunday the two teenage boys attacked the entire gang, sexually abusing and raping seven more of them.
The suspects, both 16 years of age, are charged with assault, unlawful temptation, sodomy, and looning as 'lust crimes'. The eight-gang members were forcibly kissed and sodomized, Kelly said. The attackers shouted pro-gay cheers during both attacks, Kelly said.
About two hours later all the eight-gang members were eventually released and told not to tell anyone. They limped and crawled to a hospital where they were treated, but, being embarrassed, they reported that their injuries were due to a gang fight. "These suspects deployed terrible, wolf-pack odds of two against eight, which revealed them as predators whose crimes were so perverse that they were, ah, shall we say, ‘yucky’." Kelly said Friday at a news conference.
"These anti-heterosexual hate crimes by gay boys are vile, horrifying and unforgivable. Such attacks are appalling and are even more despicable because the victims were clearly targeted in acts of lust simply because they were macho heavily-armed gang members," Council Speaker Christine Quinn said in a statement. "The cowardly two who committed these crimes do not represent New Yorkers and our community will not be cowed by such lasciviousness."