Firestorm Over Attack on Yale Singers
Posted on Jan 14, 2007
Nearly two weeks after a group of San Francisco high school students assaulted the members of a Yale all-male a capella singing group—leaving two hospitalized—charges of homophobia, a police cover-up and local political indifference are making headway in the national news media.
Cops finish questioning singers (two weeks late)
A recent picture of The Baker’s Dozen, the Yale singing group that was attacked on New Year’s Eve by a large group of San Francisco youths—several of whom attend a prominent local Catholic school.