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HilariouslyIronic Story Transgender Woman (Man Dressed As Woman) Raped In Men’s Prison Hour After Judge Blocked Move To Women’s Prison! (Video)

HilariouslyIronic Story Transgender Woman (Man Dressed As Woman) Raped In Men’s Prison Hour After Judge Blocked Move To Women’s Prison! (Video)

by May 4, 2018 0 comments

That’s A Man Baby Yeah!!!

By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

OK, So let me get this straight… I am supposed to feel bad that a grown man dressed up as a woman gets raped in a men’s prison but men who dress like men should expect to get raped in prison?  Yeah I KNOW! (Plug my new song, go buy it here)

Well I don’t feel bad in the least, not one ounce of sympathy at all for someone who brought sh*t into their home and end up surprised that they have maggots!

Colorado has a lot of good things going about the state and they will have some great things going if they throw this lawsuit out of court along with the nigga dressed up like a female!

Why are we supposed to act like men who are dressed up like women are not men dressed up like women?  I would say f*ck em but in this case, the people in the jail already did!

If the above videos doesn’t work click the one below!

OK now after hearing my version of the story, I put two different versions of the story below but I have one serious question to ask… How do we know that the nigga didn’t put one of the prisoners up to getting in his booty?

It would be an easy way to start up trouble and look like the victim and you allow this inmate to get him some in the process so surely he would be down with it right?

The thing that I can’t get over is that people would be surprised that a man dressed up like a woman in jail would get raped by men in jail who like women yet have no access to them behind bars! HMMMM

Saunders-Velez says the Colorado prison system is dangerous for transgender inmates: Colorado Department of Corrections
Saunders-Velez says the Colorado prison system is dangerous for transgender inmates: Colorado Department of Corrections

transgender inmate says she was raped at a men’s prison hours after a judge threw out her request to block corrections officers from keeping her in a disciplinary unit.

Lindsay Saunders-Velez claims she had been threatened, harassed and assaulted since entering Colorado’s prison system last spring for violating her plea deal in a menacing case.

The prisoner filed a lawsuit against the state’s corrections agency in July, branding the system “discriminatory and dangerous” for transgender offenders.

Last month, her lawyers requested a judge not send Saunders-Velez to her jail’s “punishment pod” for a disciplinary infraction, saying she could end up with inmates who had tormented her.

The judge said the attorneys failed to prove an imminent risk, and rejected their request .

However, the 20-year-old was attacked during her time in the pod and needed more than a week in the infirmary recover, according to her attorney, Paula Greisen.

“This issue is not going to go away,” she said: “We’re going to fight it until these individuals are treated with the respect they deserve.”

Federal law requires prisons to individually asses where to house each transgender person, said Demoya Gordon, an attorney with LGBTQ+ advocacy group Lambda Legal’s transgender rights project.

But, she added, almost all facilities still housed inmates based on their genitalia or birth gender, resulting in many transgender women being abused or raped during their sentence.

Saunders-Velez entered Colorado’s foster care system as a child, then spent years in its youth corrections system, according to her attorneys and court records.

The prisoner says she has been “out as a trans female” since the age of four and was diagnosed with gender dysphoria in 2016, beginning hormone treatments in 2017.

Her lawsuit states that it was after she entered an adult prison on a three-year jail term in May last year and was sent to Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility that her problems with other inmates began.

Court records detail incidents in which male prisoners frequently pulled down a privacy screen shielding Saunders-Velez from view as she used the bathroom in her cell.

She said other prisoners threatened her, and in December she reported an inmate sexually assaulted her during a brief transfer to another Colorado prison.

“To escape,” Saunders-Velez swallowed razors and was sent to a hospital before being reassigned to “territorial”, her attorneys said.

Prison staff denied her requests to be called Lindsay and to be identified with female pronouns, according to the complaint, as well as refusing requests to be searched by a woman.

The most recent Bureau of Justice statistics from 2012 suggest around 3,200 inmates in America’s state and federal prisons identified as transgender.

Some 40 per cent of transgender inmates reported being a victim of abusive sexual contact by another inmate or a staff member, 10 times the rate among the general prison population.

Several authorities, including the San Francisco and New York City jail systems, have begun to house transgender prisoners by the gender they identify as.

In Colorado, at least one other inmate is suing the corrections department over its treatment of transgender people. The agency said it was unable to comment on ongoing litigation.

Additional reporting by AP

Transgender inmate raped, beaten in Cañon City prison hours after judge denied motion to keep her in safer quarters

Lindsay Saunders-Velez was sent to a men’s prison after a parole violation

By Kirk MitchellThe Denver Post

POSTED:   05/03/2018 01:16:17 PM MDT

This 2018 photo provided by inmate Lindsay Saunders-Velez shows her, at left, with mentor Meghan Baker at the Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility in

This 2018 photo provided by inmate Lindsay Saunders-Velez shows her, at left, with mentor Meghan Baker at the Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility in Cañon City. Saunders-Velez is a transgender inmate who is suing Colorado’s corrections agency, saying she was raped at a men’s prison hours after a federal judge denied her request to block the prison from keeping her in a disciplinary unit. (/ Lindsay Saunders-Velez)

This undated photo provided by the Colorado Department of Corrections shows inmate Lindsay Saunders-Velez at the Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility

This undated photo provided by the Colorado Department of Corrections shows inmate Lindsay Saunders-Velez at the Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility in Cañon City. Saunders-Velez is a transgender inmate who is suing Colorado’s corrections agency, saying she was raped at a men’s prison hours after a federal judge denied her request to block the prison from keeping her in a disciplinary unit. (Colorado Department of Corrections)

A transgender prison inmate who identifies as a female was raped hours after a federal federal judge denied her request not to be sent to a pod occupied by male inmates who had previously propositioned her or threatened to rape her, the inmate’s attorney claims.

“They threw a 20-year-old kid in the shark tank knowing what would happen. This is outrageous,” said Paula Griesen, attorney for Lindsay Saunders-Velez. “She looks like a woman and has female attributes, including breasts.”

Griesen said the assault came within hours after Krieger denied her request not to be moved into a punishment pod at Colorado Territorial Correctional Facility in Cañon City, a prison for men.

She didn’t want to go there because four inmates — known as “Wet-O,” “Angelo,” “G-String” and “Wing” — were already there and had harassed her, she said. Saunders-Velez was ordered to go to the disciplinary pod after correctional officers found her guilty of kissing a male inmate.

In an April 20 ruling, Krieger noted that Saunders-Velez only stated in a Dec. 9 memorandum that she had been sexually assaulted by an offender, while refusing to give that inmate’s name.

“Thus, the court cannot say that Ms. Saunders-Velez has described a set of circumstances where she is genuinely at risk of suffering an imminent physical assault at the hands of a fellow inmate,” Krieger ruled.

Hours after Krieger denied Saunders-Velez’s request to be moved, an inmate entered her cell and demanded sex, Griesen said. When she said no, the inmate grabbed her, slammed her head against a metal bunk bed and “brutally raped her,” Griesen said.

Saunders-Velez suffered injuries including tears that required hospitalization. The day after she was attacked and sent to the hospital, she was returned to the prison infirmary, where she has remained ever since, her attorney said.

State prison officials should have never sent Saunders-Velez to prison in the first place, Griesen said.

“It’s shocking,” she said. “Even if this is a 20-year-old male it would be scary as hell.”

Saunders-Velez was abandoned by her parents after she identified as a female at a very young age, Griesen said. By the age of 8 Saunders-Velez began going to youth detention, often because she fought people who sexually abused her, she said.

Saunders-Velez started hormone replacement therapy at age 15 to correct her gender identification from a male, Elias Alexander Saunders, to a female, Lindsay Alexandria Saunders-Velez. Colorado doctors had diagnosed her with gender dysphoria and approved ongoing replacement therapy, Griesen said.

She was sent to the Colorado Division of Youth Services in 2014 and remained there until 2017 when she harmed herself and threw a chair at a staff member, court records say. While there she stayed with female residents and was searched by female guards.

In May 2017 she was sent to Arkansas Valley Correctional Facility, a male prison for a probation violation. A few hours after she arrived, a gang of male inmates approached her and demanded sex, court records say. Some of the prisoners exposed themselves to her. To escape the sexual assaults she swallowed razors and was hospitalized, court records say.

In July, Saunders-Velez, who was representing herself, sued the Colorado Department of Corrections claiming she did not feel safe being searched by male staff members, that prison staff referred to her as a man and refused to let her have female-style underwear or makeup.

She later was transferred to the Territorial prison.

Griesen said she was assigned to represent Saunders-Velez on April 19, the day before Krieger denied her request not to be placed in Cellhouse 3’s punishment pod.

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