During the altercation, Buckle was cut; he required five days of hospitalization. The women claimed that they were acting in self-defense,  while Buckle claims the women initiated the attack motivated to commit "a hate crime against a straight man". The case sparked sensational media attention. Four members of the group of seven women were subsequently tried and convicted. Three of the convictions were overturned on appeal; of those three, two were ordered new trials, and both were convicted again. Buckle says he was trying to sell some of his DVDs on the street in Manhattan's Greenwich Village, and he approached one of the women in the group, whom he "admired".
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