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Salt Lake City police have located the man captured on video hitting another man after asking if he was gay. The assault is shown in an eight-second video posted to Twitter on Sunday by Sal Trejo. It quickly spread, catching the attention of the community, elected leaders and the news media.
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Protective laws have become increasingly enacted sincedespite the state's reputation as socially conservative and highly religious. Same-sex marriage has been legal since the state's ban on same-sex marriage was ruled unconstitutional by a federal court on October 6, In addition, statewide anti-discrimination laws now cover sexual orientation and gender identity in employment and housing.
Terrance Mannery, a little caught off guard, turned his head from the window and looked up at the woman who was asking. It was enough confirmation for Kae Clark, though. After four days, the attention and appreciation still surprise Mannery.
The men had just left the Utah Pride Festival. Mannery barricaded the door with his body, sustaining at least seven punches as the mob tried to enter. When I first came out to Utah a few years ago, I went to Pride, I saw a couple signs out there but I didn't hear about anything violent going on and it just seemed like in the past few years that everyone was becoming more accepting and everyone was coming together more.
By Maya Eliahou and David Williams. CNN Terrance Mannery was getting ready to close up at the Salt Lake City dessert shop where he works when four scared-looking men ran in. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger.