Calls for peace in Proctor follow alleged anti-gay attack

Alleged assault draws protesters to Proctor

Duluth News Tribune: “A throng of people displaying rainbow-themed flags, balloons and dress rallied Monday afternoon in Proctor to show their support for Max Pelofske, a gay 21-year-old Duluth man sent to the hospital with deep bruises after an alleged assault late Saturday night.”

Backstory: Gay man alleges hate-crime assault; 2 arrested (Pioneer Press)

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