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Violent Teenage Tranny Provokes Connecticut Youth Jail Crisis

Posted on | April 11, 2014 | 26 Comments

A 16-year-old boy who wants to be a girl has a history of violently attacking staff at juvenile facilities. After the latest attack, the teenage transsexual was transferred to a prison for young adult offenders, and a variety of activist types have become outraged:

Lawyers for the youth who was transferred out of the care of the Department of Children and Families and into an adult prison pressed for a court order Thursday barring the youth’s placement at the Manson Correctional Institute for males up to the age of 20.
Prison officials on Thursday were still evaluating the female transgender youth at the York Correctional Institute for women in Niantic. A federal judge dismissed the request for a court order “without prejudice,” meaning lawyers for the youth can immediately re-file the request as soon as prison officials decide where the youth will be housed. That could happen by Friday. Through its history, the Department of Correction has always placed transgendered inmates by their biological gender.
There is no criminal charge against the 16-year-old, and DCF said it took the extremely rare action of pressing for a transfer to an adult prison because of the youth’s history of assaulting staff members at juvenile facilities. But advocates for children said DCF deals with many assaultive youths, and said the transfer endangers the youth’s life and sets an intolerable precedent. A state judge on Tuesday approved the transfer of the youth out of DCF care.
Attorney Aaron Romano, one of the youth’s lawyers, said the legal team would oppose any move to place the youth at Manson, saying her life would be in danger. And Romano said any move to put the youth in an isolation or seclusion unit at York would also be opposed — as a violation of the her constitutional rights.

Read the whole crazy thing. There are multiple angles, including the accusation that this teen tranny’s case was dishonestly used by Connecticut officials in lobbying for additional funding:

It turns out that Jill, the ultra-violent girl cited in testimony by DCF Commissioner Joette Katz in February 14th hearings regarding the need for a Connecticut facility for ultra-violent female juveniles is in fact a male transgender.
The 16 year old “girl” and “female” cited in multiple reports as an alleged serial violent batterer of women and girls across several foster care placements was revealed to be a male “transgender teen” yesterday when gay activist groups revealed he has since been remanded to an adult prison facility for evaluation and placement by the state.

It can be hard to keep track of the pronouns in a story like this, but there is no doubting the teen tranny’s propensity for violence:

DCF argued before a judge that it could not care for the youth at any of its programs, including the high-security Connecticut Juvenile Training School in Middletown. The youth had assaulted a staff member at a Massachusetts facility in January. . . .
In this case, the youth was arrested at a juvenile facility in Needham, Mass., but the assault charge was not pursued by prosecutors. No criminal charges are pending against the youth, who was placed in the Needham facility by Connecticut DCF.
The police report in Massachusetts said that the assault resulted in “apparent minor injuries” to the staff member, said Connolly, who reviewed the report.
However, the incident report prepared by staff at Meadowridge Academy in Needham, describes a violent outburst by the youth, who was upset, insubordinate and attempting to walk off campus when confronted by two staff members.
The assault occurred after one of the two staff members attempted to restrain the youth by bear-hugging the youth around the chest.
The youth broke free and punched the victim multiple times, bit the staffer on the top of the head, and kicked the staffer at least six times in the head, arms and face, according to the report.

The ACLU has gotten involved:

Sandra Staub, legal director of the ACLU of Connecticut, said the effect of the transfer is to single out the youth for unjust treatment.
“DCF asked for and the court approved a plan to treat this girl as if she were an adult and a criminal, although she is neither,” Staub said.
The agency pursued this action “simply because she is a transgendered girl,” Staub said. “No other girl in DCF custody has been endangered in this way. The result, if not the intent, is clearly discriminatory.”

Hey, wait a minute: If you put this “transgendered girl” in a juvenile facility for females, don’t the violent tendencies of this biological male — who is likely taller and stronger than nearly all the female inmates — put those girls at risk? Also . . .

Well, penis?

Having an inmate with a penis in the juvenile girls dormitory might be kinda problematic. Supply, demand. Just sayin’ . . .

 

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