The three suspects charged in the September 11 attack on a gay couple in Philadelphia have been released on bail, Philly's KYW-TV reports:
All three had to wait all night to get arraigned, but early Thursday morning that happened and they face charges of Aggravated Assault, Simple Assault, Reckless Endangerment and Criminal Conspiracy.
24-year-old Philip Williams [right] and 26-year-old Kevin Harrigan [left] were released on $75,000 bail and 24-year-old Kathryn Knott [middle] was released on $50,000 bail.
Watch a news report on the development, AFTER THE JUMP...
Kathryn Knott, whose history of anti-gay and alcohol fueled Tweets has already been uncovered, has also been suspended from her job as an emergency-room technician at Lansdale Hospital, where she has worked since May 2011.
In related news, Philadelphia City Council members Blondell Reynolds Brown and Jim Kenney are expected to introduce a city-wide hate crimes bill protecting LGBT citizens later today.
Unless and until the commonwealth of Pennsylvania extends protections to LGBT Pennsylvanians, then Philadelphia has a responsibility to do whatever is in our power to protect our LGBT folks,"