I am confused, I do not understand why people are outraged by us putting those pictures on our magazine page. We did the right thing to show those pictures. The tabloid will win the appeal. We must expose criminals. The homos argued that their right of privacy- had been breached when we published their pictures – but we must reveal these criminals to protect our children, homosexuality is spreading like wildfire and we must stop it. The parliament is trying to strengthen the weak law. … I will have no problem to follow the law. The law is the law. I will give my child to the authorities and will let it be what must be – if he must go to Jail or hang that will be fine if he is homo. If the law is there the homo should be hanged -he will pay the price. They will have to go to prison. … [P]eople call us the Nazis of Africa and the gays are the Jews of Africa. They call themselves that to get sympathy.
—Giles Muhame, editor of Ugandan “Hang Them” newspaper Rolling Stone, sounds even more emboldened since a judge barred him from printing more names of gays [via]