Joth Wilson was thrown off a bridge and almost killed by a married man who had made advances towards him. Wilson just barely survived (he is currently on life support) and will probably never walk again.
The incident occurred in Gladstone, near Queensland in Australia on New Year's Day. Maioha Tokotaua, Wilson's husband, believes the culprit is a married man with children who had been harassing the couple. Wilson went missing shortly after celebrating the end of 2016. His body was discovered shortly thereafter.
"I found him after two hours, on the train tracks. He looked mangled," said Tokotaua, who believes the situation to be a hate crime. Wilson was found with broken bones, burns, a brain hemorrhage and a severed spinal cord.
The couple - from New Zealand - was visiting family in Australia married in New Zealand. They have
According to Daily Mail: "The couple, legally married in New Zealand, were visiting family in Australia. They have three adopted children.
Detective Senior Sergeant Chris Lindsay of the Gladstone police Criminal Investigations Branch issued the following circuitous statement: "The investigation of a third party being involved is still being investigated."
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