The morning of the incident September 20, 2015 around 8am the lesbian had awakened and was about to throw away her garbage and other stuff from the lyme activity before when the homophobe made insulting remarks and proceeded to suggest she saw strange activity in her eyes of women supposedly kissing in the yard; bearing in mind this is private property and if any activity was on it was not her business and according to the lesbian one would have to outside near the fence or transfixed on her house from the angle the woman could see to actual witness any activity; which suggest deliberate prying by the mischief making neighbour.
The judge was also told this by the lesbian who in turn asked the woman whether she was prying on her alleged lesbian neighbour; she reportedly answered yes saying she had a right to stop evil and sinful behaviour. The judge reportedly intervened and told the woman she was wrong in as far as interference with a neighbour’s existence and peaceful, uninterrupted enjoyment of their property. The judge also continued that while the woman is entitled to her view she must temper those with live and let live as her current situation would not have occurred and a court case following.
The argument between the women continued for hours at a time on the same day until the lesbian lost her cool with the woman deliberately and persistently badgering her with taunts and slurs. The angered lesbian reacted and warned the woman to leave her alone to which the woman threatened to call the police and implied she would encourage them to treat the lesbian as a man since she wanted to become one. It was that comment that triggered the response from the lesbian and the stones flew (three of which) that broke the side window to her house which is the woman’s kitchen. The woman raised an alarm supposedly to have the other neighbours join her in her cause but surprisingly they were reticent and one even suggested she was an old trouble maker. The lesbian had only rented the house some eight months before so she was not aware of the history preceding her arrival. Some even suggested the lesbian was free to conduct her private business in her property she was paying rent for; a far cry from similar support being sought by other homophobes to support their hate.
The police were alerted and upon arrival asked the woman to go back to her property as she was in the yard of the lesbian making all kinds of unsubstantiated allegations; both women were asked to accompany the cops in separate vehicles to the Gregory Park precinct where a report was filed and some further interrogation.
The lesbian has reportedly said she is looking for somewhere else to rent so as to avoid the woman altogether. This is how it can be so easy from provocation that tempers can flare and unintended outcomes follow. The woman as far as I am concerned was fortunate as if it were some other women she may have had a far worse outcome as a four year old case came to mind where a lesbian actually drew her machete and warned her enemy in Kingston; the guilty party was eventually chopped and the lesbian ended up serving a short sentence for the injury.
John Public also needs to understand that LGBT people or at least not all of us are easy cherry pickings and are not prepared to put up with taunts, verbal assaults and abuse and are even prepared to go further if necessary either by deliberately responding or as in this case a snap loss of temper with a physical response.
Peace & tolerance