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Charlie Crist

Simone Manning-Moon shakes the hand of Governor Charlie Crist as he met at Esplanade Park in Fort Lauderdale in a ceremonial bill signing for legislation adding attacks on the homeless to the state's hate crimes law on May 20, 2010. On Jan. 12, 2006, baseball-bat wielding teens beat homeless men in downtown Fort Lauderdale near Esplanade Park, killing one, Norris Gaynor. He was Simone Manning-Moon's brother.File / Sun Sentinel