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September 20, 2012

Welsh soccer player will not face charges after posting homophobic abuse to the Olympic diving partners

Welsh footballer Daniel Thomas will not face charges after tweeting homophobic abuse about British Olympic divers Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield.

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has ruled out prosecuting Thomas today (20 September), saying it was a 'one-off offensive Twitter message'.

The full statement reads: 'This was, in essence, a one-off offensive Twitter message, intended for family and friends, which made its way into the public domain.

September 17, 2012

How Christians used a march for sexual purity to spread their anti-LGBT propaganda and demand Jamaica keeps its ‘buggery law’

Full details of the ‘Love March’ for ‘sexual purity’ in Jamaica on Saturday (15 September) have now emerged and, as Gay Star News predicted, the main focus of the event was to attack homosexuality.

The only LGBT group known to be in attendance were Anti-Gay Fact Check (AGFC) who followed the march from its start at Hope Gardens to its end in Mandela Park at Half Way Tree. None of the leading state or independent media was present.

September 12, 2012

Jamaica’s so-called Love March this weekend will call for ‘sexual purity’ and take a stand against homosexuality

Anti-gay Christians in Jamaica are holding a ‘Love March’ this weekend to combat ‘porn, fornication and homosexuality’.

Hundreds of teenagers and young adults are expected to take to the streets of the Corporate Area of the Jamaican capital, Kingston, with participants coming from various schools, churches and professions marching for ‘sexual purity’.

It will start at Hope Gardens at 9.30am on Saturday (15 September) and culminate in a short concert at Mandela Park in Half Way Tree.

August 3, 2012

Port Talbot Town FC midfielder Daniel Thomas released on bail pending further investigation into alleged homophobic Twitter message about Olympic divers

Welsh footballer Daniel Thomas has been arrested after allegedly tweeting homophobic abuse about British Olympic divers Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield.

It follows his suspension from Port Talbot Town FC and an internal investigation into whether the player sent the offensive tweet, which said the Olympians can ‘go and bum each other’ as a consolation to missing out on a medal in Monday’s 10-meter platform event in London.

August 2, 2012

Footballer may have been victim of prank after tweet sent saying Daley and fellow diver Peter Waterfield were 'bumming' each other

Welsh footballer Daniel Thomas has been suspended after allegedly tweeting homophobic abuse about British Olympic divers Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield.

Port Talbot Town FC confirmed it will conduct an internal investigation into the Twitter post sent from the midfielder’s account earlier this week.

Thomas denied making the offensive tweet made after the athletes missed out on a medal in Monday’s 10 meter platform event in London.

July 31, 2012

Welsh soccer player says he is victim of 'prank' after message on Twitter allegedly tells Olympic divers Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield to 'go bum each other' after missing out on a medal

A Welsh footballer has sparked outrage after allegedly tweeting homophobic abuse about Olympic divers Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield.

Port Talbot Town Football Club midfielder Daniel Thomas denied posting the offensive comments on Twitter following the athletes missing out on a medal in yesterday's 10 meter platform event in London.

In a statement, the football club claimed the tweet was a 'misguided prank' as a result of Thomas leaving his phone unattended.