A Ugandan gay activist was found bludgeoned to death in his home Monday after a newspaper published a list of the nation's "top 100 homosexuals" with their names, addresses, and the banner: "Hang Them!" Arrest warrants have been issued for a taxi driver found near the activist's house and an ex-con who was staying with him. Though homosexuality is considered a crime in Uganda, the fallen activist won a case against the newspaper that published the list, when a court ruled that the paper could not legally release the information. The Ugandan tabloid, Rolling Stone, said it only called for homosexuals to be executed after they had been tried. "When we called for hanging of gay people, we meant ... after they have gone through the legal process," the editor said. "I did not call for them to be killed in cold blood like he was."