No Bond For One Of Four Suspects In Anti Gay Beating

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ATLANTA – (WAOK/AJC) –  A Fulton county judge has denied bond for 19 year old Christopher Cain,  whose accused along with three others in the February beating of 20 year old Brandon White in the Pittsburgh community of Atlanta.  Investigators say White was punched,  kicked and hit with a tire,  outside a neighborhood grocery store,  where White claims he was attacked because  he is gay.   Cain is facing aggravated assault,  robbery,   burglary and gang charges in the beating,  that went viral after someone posted the incident on the internet.

Authorities say that Cain, along with Dorian Moragne and Darael Damare Williams, were White’s attackers.  Moragne was granted $40,000 bond; however, because he was on probation during the alleged attack, he is being held in Fulton County jail pending a probation revocation hearing.

Williams surrendered to authorities after fleeing to the Erie, Pa., area. He was returned to Atlanta on March 12, and remains in the Fulton jail on the assault and robbery charges, as well as a 2011 prowling conviction.   A fourth man, Javaris Bradford, 24, was also indicted in connection with the attack, but remains at large.

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