Yale Singing Group Beaten after Singing 'Star-Spangled Banner' in San Francisco
Members of the Baker's Dozen, the renowned, all-male a cappella singing group from Yale, are pummeled outside a New Year's Eve party after singing "The Star-Spangled Banner."
The attackers allegedly include graduates from Sacred Heart Cathedral, one of the city's oldest and best-known private schools.
The attack happens outside the home of two prominent San Francisco police officers -- former mayoral bodyguard Reno Rapagnani, now retired, and his wife, Leanna Dawydiak -- who were both accused and later cleared of leaking internal SFPD personnel documents during the Fajitagate debacle....
My, my Brown Shirts in San Francisco, homo capital of the nation? If the Catholic youth wanted to kick anyone, it should have be pedophile priests. I would think there were would be more homosexuals in a Catholic choir than in this Yale group? But this is not the point violence is not the Christian way!