"Ignorance is not the way. Fear is not the answer. Love will conquer hate," one of the victims, Emmanuel Winston, told the crowd. "Hate will not be tolerated, and we will not be silenced." Winston and Matthew Morgan said they were walking to a City Hall parking garage from Oilcan Harry's on Feb. 20 when four men followed and assaulted them. Winston and Morgan said they were wearing jerseys from the "Shady Ladies," a gay softball league, and that the attackers used slurs about their sexual orientation. Police Chief Art Acevedo attended the rally Saturday and said police were still investigating the attack and that it will be up to prosecutors to decide whether there is enough evidence to charge the suspects with a hate crime. He asked the marchers and City Council members present at the rally to push for high-resolution video cameras downtown, saying that video of the four suspects captured on a City Hall camera was grainy. Police released that video Friday.