Canton Couple Receives Anti-Gay Letter in Response to Wedding Invite That Went to the Wrong Address

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A Canton-area couple — Chad Michael and Keith Alan — sent out invites to their upcoming wedding. No biggie, right? We don't know them but we're super excited nonetheless. Love is great. Why are we talking about their wedding?

Well, one of those invites apparently ended up at a wrong address. That happens. No biggie again. What's the deal?



Well, what doesn't usually happen in that case? The unintended recipients sending back some straight hate-monger garbage with a promise that protestors will attend the wedding and the special day will be ruined. 

Here's the homophobic bigoted screed.



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(Hat tip to Cleveland 19.)

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