The attack — which the victim believes was antigay in nature— marks the 14th since September in Dallas's Oak Lawn neighborhood.
The jury convicted Kathryn Knott on charges of simple assault and conspiracy but spared her of the most serious charge in the case that spurred Philadelphia to expand its hate crime law.
A college football player who bragged he'd be back on the street after his murder conviction learned today he'll spend the rest of his life behihd bars.
Before a Philadelphia jury began deliberations on the fate of Kathryn Knott, the panel heard her deny she beat anyone and swear that no one in the mob she allegedly joined used a slur.
The suspect reportedly yelled "I'm going to cut off your schmeckle" at the victim, using a Yiddish word for penis.
As Kathryn Knott's trial begins, the prosecution and the defense offer contrasting pictures of her actions during an attack on two gay men.
Zander and his husband were victims of an antigay attack in November, but it's not clear if that was related to his death.