Gay Hero of Sydney Hostage Crisis Died a Second Class Citizen

The 16 hour siege of a Lindt coffee shop in Sydney, Australia ended when hostages attempted to flee while hostage Tori Johnson charged the terrorist. Tori Johnson was 34. He managed the Lindt Chocolate Café for two years. Employees and customers all said he was a good man, a kind man. He was also a gay man.

Author James Peron discusses Johnson and other heroes of recent terrorist attacks across the globe who happen to be gay. Read More