Owners of Indiana pizza restaurant go into hiding

The explosion of hatred and threats against a family owned Indiana pizza restaurant who said they wouldn't cater a gay wedding have forced them to go into hiding and they may leave town permanently. Associated Press: A northern Indiana pizza shop that came under fire after its owners said their religious beliefs wouldn't allow them to cater a gay wedding is closed indefinitely, and its operators say they've gone into hiding. Memories Pizza in Walkerton faced criticism this week after co-owner Crystal O'Connor expressed support for a new Indiana religious objections law. The Facebook and Yelp pages for the restaurant about 20 miles southwest of South Bend were bombarded with negative reviews. A coach of a high school golf program was suspended after a Twitter post that mentioned going to Walkerton and burning down the restaurant. WNDU-TV reports that O'Connor and her family are considering leaving town. That threat to burn the restaurant...(Read Full Post)