Comedian Margaret Cho tweets: Get ‘Kathryn Knott off the streets’

For about an hour Thursday morning, she’s has been denouncing violence against gays, and specifically referenced the Philadelphia trial.

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For about an hour this morning, comedian Margaret Cho has been denouncing violence against gays, and specifically referring to Kathryn Knott in the Center City gay-bashing trial.

Cho called Knott “violent” and said she needed to be taken off the streets. She also discussed the need for more hate crime laws throughout the U.S. Here are her tweets referencing Knott and Philadelphia:

Cho is a longtime standup comic who has often advocated for LGBT rights. She’s had two short-lived TV programs and appeared in numerous movies and TV shows.

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