Transgender Serial Killer Who Targeted Women Sent to Female Prison
Perry was layer sentenced to three life sentences with no parole
A dangerous transgender serial killer, who targeted women, is now being housed in female prison after "identifying" as a woman.
“Donna Perry,” born Douglas, was transferred to the Washington Correctional Center for Women under new laws that allow gender self-identification.
In 2017, Perry was convicted of first-degree murder after brutally killing prostitutes Yolanda Sapp, 26, Nicki Lowe, Nicki Lowe, 34, and Kathleen Brisbois, 38, in 1990.
Although Perry claimed the killing of more women, there were only charges brought forward for three.
The defense in Perry’s case claimed that it was “Douglas Perry,” who may have killed the women — not “Donna Perry,” which is the convict's new identity.
Perry reportedly fled to Thailand and underwent gender reassignment surgery to avoid suspicion for the murders.
A male serial killer who murdered 3 prostituted women is now being housed in a women's prison in Washington after securing transfer under self-identification policies.— 4W (@4WPub) January 2, 2022
Donna Perry, born Douglas, claims to have murdered 9 women in total.https://t.co/e601EACHWU
Perry was layer sentenced to three life sentences with no parole.
Perry was one of over 150 males, who identified as a female, to be moved to the women’s prison, according to a report from 4W:
“In December 2021, a female former inmate at the WCCW anonymously came forward and reported that the institution had been experiencing a wave of sexual assaults on vulnerable female inmates by trans-identified males who received transfers to the facility after identifying as female."
“One such assault was committed by Princess Zoe Andromeda Love, a biological male with a criminal history that included the rape of a 12-year-old girl."
"Love sexually assaulted a developmentally disabled female inmate just before his release – at which point he allegedly began identifying as male again,” the report added.
As Neon Nettle reported earlier this year:
Two-hundred fifty-five California state prisoners have 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.”