COVINGTON, Ky. — Police in northern Kentucky are investigating who blanketed a neighborhood in anti-gay fliers two days after the Covington City Commission held a press conference reaffirming the city’s human rights ordinance.
The Kentucky Enquirer reported that fliers were posted on poles and placed on windshields throughout the MainStrasse neighborhood sometime Wednesday night, Aug. 25 or Thursday morning, Aug. 26.
The fliers come in the wake of a series of crimes that police and residents believe have targeted the city’s gay community.
The Covington Police are investigating who is responsible for the fliers, which contained anti-gay epithets and called homosexuality a perversion.
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