David Jason Jenkins, shown here,  and his cousin Anthony Ray Jenkins, from Harlan County have been indicted for kidnapping and beating a gay man based on his sexual orientation, This is thought to be the first federal prosecution in Eastern Kentucky under the federal hate-crimes law.
David Jason Jenkins, shown here, and his cousin Anthony Ray Jenkins, from Harlan County have been indicted for kidnapping and beating a gay man based on his sexual orientation, This is thought to be the first federal prosecution in Eastern Kentucky under the federal hate-crimes law.
David Jason Jenkins, shown here, and his cousin Anthony Ray Jenkins, from Harlan County have been indicted for kidnapping and beating a gay man based on his sexual orientation, This is thought to be the first federal prosecution in Eastern Kentucky under the federal hate-crimes law.

Man refuses to testify against brother charged with gay hate crime

October 22, 2012 07:27 PM

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