US: New York police push for new information in murder case of gay rights activist one year on
Police in New York City are asking for more information in the case of a murdered gay rights activist, one year after the incident.
Mr Rispoli’s partner of 31 years Danyal Lawson described the victim as “an incredible person” who “took care of everyone.”
He died of his injuries five days after, when Mr Lawson made the decision to take him off life support.
Police released sketches of two men wanted for the violent attack. There was no description of the third suspect. Police believe the suspects fled in a white or grey four door sedan with a loud muffler.
A reward of $22,000 (£13,500) is offered for information which leads to an arrest and conction.
The sketch of two suspects was released in January