Best we can tell, The CW 33 on Wednesday night became the first TV station to air a report on the case of Burke Burnett, the 26-year-old from Paris who says he was the victim of a brutal anti-gay hate crime last weekend at a party in Reno, Texas. Burnett tells The CW’s Charles Bassett that he was inspired to come out as gay at 15 following the murder of Matthew Shepard. “It really, really scared me as a little boy to think that that’s what happens to gay people,” Burnett says. Bassett’s report notes that Reno police are being tight-lipped about their investigation but now have three suspects in custody charged with aggravated assault. “I haven’t prayed enough about that yet to know exactly what I want done to these people,” Burnett says, “but it’s not my job to decide what justice for these guys is.” Watch the video below, and look for a full story in Friday’s Dallas Voice.