Russia To Arrest Gays At 2014 Olympics

The 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games may turn out to be a nightmare for gay athletes and gay attendees who run afoul of Russia's anti-gay laws.

The law bans displays of ‘non-traditional sexual behaviour’ in public or in front of under-18s.

Vitaly Milonov said the terms of the law he wrote can't be suspended or selectively enforced during the Olympic Games. 

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) insists Russia assured them the laws would not be enforced though.

Milonov reiterates, ‘... the law has been approved by the federal legislature and signed by the president, then the government has no right to suspend it. It doesn’t have the authority.’

Last month gay pride participants were badly beaten in St Petersburg and dozens were arrested.  So, if you're gay and a speed skater the Angle suggest you pack an extra pair of running shoes, you may need them.

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