Second suspect busted in anti-gay Brooklyn bodega attack: cops

Cops busted a second suspect in connection to the hate-fueled attack on two men inside a Brooklyn bodega earlier this month, authorities said early Tuesday. 

Christopher Clemente, 37, was busted at 5:50 p.m. Monday and charged with attempted murder, robbery, assault, aggravated harassment, harassment and criminal possession of a weapon — all as hate crimes — in connection to the brutal Sept. 4 attack, police said. 

The victims were buying food when Clemente, Jonathan Carter, 31, and a third suspect beat them with a glass bottle and a screwdriver and robbed them of an iPhone and cash — all while making homophobic comments, police said. 

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