Three Girls In Kentucky Try To Murder Lesbian Classmate By Pushing Her Over A Cliff

Last Friday (coincidentally, the national Day of Silence) Three teenage girls in Kentucky attacked Cheyenne Williams, a lesbian classmate, took her against her will to Flat Lick Falls, physically abused her and tried to push her off a cliff. 

Those charged in the alleged attack — who attended Jackson County High School with Williams — are Ashley N. Sams, 18, of Annville; Corrine M. Schwab, 18 of Sandgap; and a 17-year-old girl. Her name and the charges against her have not been released because she is a juvenile.

Cheyenn’s mother has stated that her daughter had the presence of mind to videotape the attack on her cell phone. ‘There’s proof on the video that this is a hate crime.  Kentucky Police state there is “no evidence” of such.

The girls have been charged with attempted murder and kidnapping. Both have been released on $25,000 bond.

I’m sure these girls come from a fine upstanding Christian home full of the highest values in the land, true Americans who are afraid of the moral decline of our nation brought on by the onslaught of the evil Gay Agenda being forced upon America.

Lets hopethat these girls have to share a cell with the biggest, meanest and roughest bull dyke in the joint .

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