Wednesday, November 15, 2006
Where to House Transsexual Criminals
Well that is an interesting dilemma. Where should this person be put? I think due to the transsexual problem this person has gotten away with a great deal from the court system before finally being sentenced, because the courts were afraid to put him in jail.
I think Tanya Bowie is where he belongs. I worked briefly at a jail and queers when jailed were put him with the general male population. Any problems that may be created by that person being in jail is a reflection on the jail. If the inmates are observed at all times no harm should come to some one in jail. The problems comes when there is a shortage of guards or the guards are doing a half ass job or when the guards would like to see some harm come to someone. No doubt this person will be released early due to the problems he is creating. The people you hire to protect you and see to it that these type people are kept off the streets are the very ones who don't want to get their hands dirty by handling a case that may make the news.
And, in reality, if he doesn't want to be in solitary, he could just act normal. Whatever mutilations he's performed upon his body shouldn't be visible if just wears clothes. But he doesn't want out of solitary. He wants special treatment and an early release.