Which Homosexuals Won ‘Advance To Nearest Railroad Back to Hell’ In This Week’s Asylum Roulette?

Today in your “Will these people be sent back to their homelands to be terrorized for being gay?” news: P.M. (pictured), a gay (and deaf) Ugandan living in the U.S., has been granted asylum by American immigration officials. But a gay Zimbabwean, living in Finland, wasn’t so lucky: He’s been denied asylum after three attempts to remain in the country since arriving in 2002, and will be deported. [Note: P.M.’s name and photo have been obscured by request.]