"It was only later that he knew the victim was a homosexual."

No Hate In Sean Kennedy Death

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South Carolina sheriff’s investigator Paul Silvaggio testified last week that Stephen Andrew Moller did not attack Sean Kennedy because he was gay.

Through an extensive investigation I found that the defendant did not strike the victim because he was a homosexual. It was only later that he knew the victim was a homosexual.

Kennedy died in May after Moller punched him and Kennedy fell to the ground, sustaining fatal injuries. Moller’s set to stand trial for involuntary manslaughter, but has been released on $25,000 bond. He’s currently living with his mother.

Kennedy’s activist mother, Elke, still describes the crime as murder, but refuses to wallow in despair. She’s set up a foundation to raise awareness about South Carolina’s impotent hate crime laws. Go mama!