Love-Spurned Homosexual Teenager Viciously Stabbed His “Ex-Boyfriend” To Death After He Decided To Break Up With Him And Start Dating A Girl

Generation Z is said to be the most pro-LGBT ever in American history. This also means that the problems which accompany the LGBT wherever they go, owing to the fact that homosexuality is a serious sin which attracts to it a multitude of other horrible sins, must naturally follow along. Now those same sins are being seen among the Generation Z teenagers in greater number.

One example was a case from California, where a love-spurned homosexual teen violently stabbed his “ex-boyfriend” to death after his former partner dumped him and decided to start dating girls instead:

A 16-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of killing his ex-boyfriend.

On Wednesday, April 18, the body of 17-year-old Jeremy Sanchez was discovered stabbed to death near a riverbed in South El Monte, a community east of Los Angeles.

A 16-year-old classmate of Sanchez, who has also been identified as being romantically involved with the victim, was arrested. The suspect’s name is not being released because he is a minor.

It is believed that Sanchez broke up with the suspect and had begun dating a girl.

Sanchez was reported missing by his father the night before his body was discovered, prompting a search effort.

The suspect “discovered” Sachez’s body by the riverbed.

“This is somebody who obviously planned this, who tried to plan it well,” said Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department spokesperson Lt. John Corina. “And who then tried to throw everybody off.”

A friend of Sanchez, Ashley Lara, told local news that he’d previously been the victim of homophobic abuse at the hands of fellow classmates.

“He stopped wrestling and being a football athlete because of this bullying,” she said. “He might have been bisexual and he got bullied because of that. So that made him quit sports.” (source)

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