Michael Sandy

Michael Sandy (October 12, 1977–October 13, 2006) was an African-American man from Brooklyn, New York, who died after being hit by a car while trying to escape four attackers who attempted to rob him because he was gay.

Read more about Michael Sandy:  Background, Attack, Arrests, Death, Motive, Aftermath, Trial and Sentencing

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Michael Sandy - Trial and Sentencing
10, 2007 for the trial of Anthony Fortunato and John Fox, two of the four men accused of chasing Michael Sandy to his death in October 2006 ... his friends that he was gay the night the attack occurred, and that luring Michael Sandy to Sheepshead Bay for sex was part of that plan ... witness, Gary Timmons, one of the four men who were accused of attacking Sandy, was also gay ...

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