Four Chilean men sentenced in brutal murder of gay man
SANTIAGO, Chile — Chilean judges have sentenced a man to life in prison for the beating death of a gay man whose body was carved with swastikas.
Four Chilean men found guilty in brutal murder of gay man
SANTIAGO, Chile — Four Chilean men have been found guilty of first-degree murder for killing a gay man and carving swastikas into his body.
Trial begins for men accused in brutal murder of gay Chilean man
SANTIAGO, Chile — The trial of four men accused of beating and fatally injuring a young, gay man in the Chilean capital last year began on Monday.
Chile’s president signs anti-gay hate crime legislation into law
SANTIAGO, Chile — Chilean president Sebastian Pinera on Thursday signed an anti-discrimination measure into law that makes it a crime to commit acts of hatred against persons because of their sexual orientation.
Chile approves anti-discrimination law in wake of gay man’s murder
SANTIAGO, Chile — The Chilean Congress this week approved an LGBT-inclusive anti-discrimination law, fast-tracked following the brutal attack and murder of Daniel Zamudio, a gay Chilean man killed earlier this year.
Gay Chilean man who suffered brutal attack dies after 24 days in coma
SANTIAGO, Chile — Daniel Zamudio-Vera, an openly gay Chilean man who spent 24 days in a medically-induced coma following a brutal attack March 3 by members of a suspected neo-Nazi group, has died. He was 24 years old.
Chilean leaders call for hate crimes law following brutal attack on gay man
SANTIAGO, Chile — A brutal attack on a gay Chilean man over the past weekend has drawn sharp criticism over the lack of LGBT-inclusive hate crime laws in the South American country.