So sad and scary.
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Dharun Ravi has been found guilty for invasion of privacy and bias intimidation in the Tyler Clementi case, in which the gay Rutgers student leaped to his death after discovering Ravi had secretly filmed him being intimate with a man.
We think the jury made the right decision, but in an interview with ABC News, Ravi is saying otherwise. He denies ever bullying his former college roommate, saying:
"He knew that I wasn't trying to intimidate him because he was gay and scare him because he was gay. I think he understood that."
Ugh! That's why he chose to take his own life right? Appalling!
Secretly filming somebody during an intimate moment, whether gay or straight, is NEVER acceptable and can't understand why anyone would do such a thing UNLESS their intention was to cause embarrassment.
Watch Ravi's interview above to see him deny any and all responsibility for his actions as reporter Chris Cuomo asks him point blank questions like, "Do you hate gay people?"
Do U think Ravi deserved the guilty verdict he received?