suntimes.com A Texas protester who interrupted the Supreme Court’s gay marriage case earlier this year was sentenced Thursday to 21 days in jail. Rivers Miller Grogan, a serial protester, pleaded guilty in September to “one misdemeanor charge of unlawful picketing or parading,” ABC News reported. The 50-year-old man began yelling in court on April 28 during a break in court proceedings. According to ABC News, Grogan called same-sex relationships an “abomination” and said that supporters of marriage equality “could burn in hell for eternity.” “If you support gay marriage, then you will burn in hell,” Grogan also yelled in court. In court Thursday, Grogan, wearing a shirt with the words “Pro-Life,” was also ordered to stay out of court for a year, the Washington Post reported.
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