New York Times recounts the story of Dorothy Hajdys, the mother of slain naval radioman Allen Schindler, who became a gay-rights advocate after her son was murdered in Japan by other naval personel for being gay; tells the story of how her son was brutally killed and how the Navy attempted to cover it up, until Hajdys forced the military to admit to the slaying and bring the killers to justice, Sept. 12, 1993. # NY Green Homosexual
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