Shot in San Francisco
December 13, 1994
Apparently tolerance has its limits, even in no-holds-barred San Francisco. Victor Rohana and his boyfriend were holding hands and walking in the city's predominantly gay Castro district October 28 when two men in a Jeep yelled at them, backed up 100 feet, jumped a curb, pinned Rohana against a wall, and shot him, narrowly missing his heart.
Mayor Frank Jordan announced a $10,000 reward for the capture of Rohana's assailants.