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Authorities are searching for a suspect in the attack, who was described only as a man wearing a gray hoodie, said Officer Albie Esparza, a San Francisco police spokesman. He said three investigators are working on the case, but were never able to talk to the victim.
“Our priority at this point is finding the suspect and the motive for the attack. We want people to come forward even if it’s anonymous,” Esparza said.
News of the attack has spread through the Duboce Triangle neighborhood, which is circumscribed by Duboce Avenue, Castro Street and Market Street.
Supervisor Scott Wiener, whose district includes the Castro and Duboce Triangle, said he has watched the neighborhood deteriorate in recent months due to increased crime.
“Any time we have a member of our community that gets attacked like this it’s jarring. Particularly for the LGBT community, this is a refuge,” Weiner said. “We all need to take this very seriously.”If anyone has any information about this heinous crime, please contact the SFPD. They are asking anyone with relevant information to please contact 415-575-4444 or text TIP411 with “SFPD” at the start of the message.
Sheryl Moore received a letter telling her what became of her son’s kidneys, liver, heart and lungs.
“I was very happy to hear that a 14-year-old boy got his heart. He would have really liked that,” Moore said.
She couldn’t help but feel the letter was incomplete since part of his donation was denied.
“My initial feeling was just very angry because I couldn’t understand why my 16-year-old son’s eyes couldn’t be donated just because he was gay,” Moore said.
His eyes were rejected because of a Food and Drug Administration regulation. The regulation came about decades ago at the height of the AIDS epidemic. It makes would-be donors ineligible to donate certain tissue if they’re believed to have a “risk factor” for communicable diseases.
Because Moore could not confirm whether her son had been sexually active or not, the donor network had to assume he had been sexually active in the last five years, thereby ineligible to donate tissue or his eyes.
The exclusion is not limited to certain tissue donations. Gay men are also banned for life from donating blood. It’s a regulation that many say needs to be updated.
“This is archaic, and it is just silly that people wouldn’t get the life-saving assistance they need because of regulations that are 30 years old,” Moore said.Some poor soul who could have benefited from AJ’s eyes lost out because of the FDA’s discriminatory policies.
“We think it’s time for the FDA to take a serious look at its policy, because it’s out of step with peer countries, it’s out of step with modern medicine, it’s out of step with public opinion, and we feel it may be legally problematic,” said Glen Cohen, of Harvard Law School’s Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology and Bioethics.
The lifetime ban for gay or bisexual men stands in contradiction to other FDA policies regarding people considered high-risk donors due to their sexual behavior, Cohen noted.
For example, there currently is a maximum one-year ban in the United States for blood donations by men who have had sex with an HIV-positive woman or commercial sex workers. The same goes for women who have had sex with HIV-positive men.
By implementing a lifetime ban on donation from sexually active gay or bisexual males, “you’re giving a ‘scarlet letter’ of sorts to these men,” Cohen said.
Photographer: Alex Salgues