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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Matthew Shepard
Jason Collins had plenty of gifts for Matthew Shepard's parents: a basket, a blowout, an autographed No. 98 jersey that he wears in honor of their son.
Jason Collins played the final eight minutes of a blowout win. Rarely has he been prouder of a performance.
Deron Williams took a moment to snap a few photos of Brooklyn teammate Jason Collins at their shootaround in Portland.
The author of a controversial book about Matthew Shepard's killing says it should send a sobering message about addiction to methamphetamine.
The author of a controversial book about the killing of Matthew Shepard is returning to Wyoming to talk about his investigation.
The author of a controversial book about the murder of Matthew Shepard is coming to Laramie to talk about his investigation into the 1998 slaying.
A gay man whose horrific murder has become synonymous with "hate crime" may have been killed over drugs, not homophobia, according to a book written by a gay researcher.
The mother of a gay University of Wyoming student who was robbed and beaten to death in 1998 says she finds it touching that NBA veteran Jason Collins honored her son by wearing jersey No. 98.
Such a brutal crime was unusual, but not unheard of, in Laramie, Wyo. The victim had spent the evening drinking in a bar and accepted a ride from a stranger. It would be the victim's last. The victim would be assaulted and then left outside of town on the prairie on a cold night — to die. No one would find the victim until the next day. The attacker, who was on drugs, had left his child and the child's mother at home.
The jersey wasn't yet ready for the game against the Lakers (he wore a spare jersey with his name hastily added), but he wore No. 98 against the Blazers.
"Obviously, it's extremely special and I'm very much looking forward to meeting them," he said.