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When is a hate crime not a hate crime?

by Mike Andrew – SGN Staff Writer Tony P., a 28-year-old Gay man, walked into Sully’s Lounge on Queen Anne Avenue N. at about 9:45 p.m. on Sunday night, December 14. By the time he left just after midnight, he had two black eyes, a bloody nose, and a cut lip. Tony asked not to be identified by his full name because the incident left him traumatized and in fear for his safety. Sully’s Lounge told SGN that ‘we’re aware of the incident and we’re working out the details,’ but apart from that they declined to comment. Tony went to Sully’s, he later told SGN, to meet several women friends. One of them introduced him as her ‘Gay friend’ when he arrived. According to Tony, the bartender was flirting with his women friends and pouring them free shots. ‘He just put glasses in front of everybody and started pouring,’ Tony recalled. One of the women later told police she had consumed four shots and one and a hal

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