Piper Caught In Controversy Over Brunei’s Anti-Gay Laws

Credit: M600: Piper
Piper Aircraft Co., owned by the government of Brunei, a tiny, oil-rich nation on the island of Borneo, has become entangled in controversy amid an international outcry related to Islamic Brunei’s brutal sex laws. Gay rights groups, including the National Gay Pilots Association (NGPA) and the LGBTA...

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