1. sendson04
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    Reblogged this on Peterson Ssendi and commented:
    My prediction too.

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  2. jerbearinsantafe
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  3. Tribunal ougandais renverse la loi anti gay | 76 CRIMES

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  5. petchary
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    Great great news! But since this was on a “technicality” I suppose this law could be revived at some point…

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