Convicted Child Murderer Gets Taxpayer-Funded Sex Change, Transfer to Women's Prison
Inmate granted privileges at American taxpayer expense
A convicted child murderer, a man who goes by Jessica Hann, was previously sentenced to the multiple murders of his infant son and toddler daughter.
But Hann is an inmate in California’s prison system and gets privileges at the taxpayer's expense.
The inmate has now been given cosmetic surgeries and has also requested to serve his sentence at a women’s prison.
Here is a bit more history on Hann's background:
The Desert Sun reported in 2014 that "Jason Michael Hann, 39, admitted to killing two of his children weeks after they were born, according to trial documents. The infants’ bodies were discovered 1,500 miles apart from each other in separate storage units and in advanced stages of decomposition."
“Hann seemed emotionless as Riverside Superior Court Judge James Hawkins denied a motion from the defense to lower the death penalty to life without parole, upholding the jury’s original recommendation,” the Sun added.
Hann is now at the Central California Women’s Facility located in Chowchilla, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation inmate website.
Jessica Hann (formerly Jason Hann):— Mary Margaret Olohan (@MaryMargOlohan) April 9, 2021
- convicted of murdering two babies (Hann's own children)
- transitioned on CA's dime while serving a life sentence
- transferred to Central California Women’s Facility (where Hann's baby mama is housed) https://t.co/BVhEvl62gQ
KESQ-TV reported on the child killer’s so-called “gender-affirming surgery” in 2109, although CDCR Health Care Communications Chief Liz Gransee refused to comment on the case.
A CDCR official confirmed to The Daily Caller that Hann was sent to the women’s prison in February of 2020.
Hann’s children are dead, while he enjoys gender altering surgery at the taxpayer's expense while at a women's prison near the children's mother, Krissy Lynn Werntz, who assisted him in killing the two children.
Werntz was given a life sentence with the possibility of parole after being found guilty of assisting Hann with killing the children.
The news comes after Neon Nettle reported earlier this week that two-hundred fifty-five California state prisoners requested to move from a male to a female corrections facility since a new law went into effect on Jan. 1.
The SB 132 law says all “transgender, nonbinary, or intersex” must be “addressed in a manner consistent with the incarcerated individual’s gender identity” and “housed at a correctional facility designated for men or women based on the individual’s preference.”
The law is “regardless of anatomy.”
California Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat, signed a new law in September last year.
Newsom said at the time:
“These new laws will help us better understand the impacts of COVID-19 on the LGBTQ+ community, establish a new fund to support our transgender sisters and brothers, and advance inclusive and culturally competent efforts that uphold the dignity of all Californians, regardless of who you are or who you love."
Democrat Sen. Scott Wiener, who authored the bill, said the SB 132 would protect "particularly trans women who are subject to high levels of assault and harassment in men's facilities."
"It's just a false narrative about transgender people and about transgender women in particular that they're somehow not really women and are just trying to scam their way into women's bathrooms or facilities in order to do bad things," Wiener said.
"Overwhelmingly, the people who are being victimized are trans people."