Sora Kuykendall

Andrea F.D. Saathoff (March 21, 2018). Kuykendall case back in Monroe County court. (Archive)

Also known as Jordan Kuykendall

Dana Rivers

Staff Reports (March 7, 2018). Transgender Activist Ordered To Stand Trial For Oakland Triple Murder. (Archive)

Bill Lindelof (November 16, 2016). Former Sacramento teacher, once disciplined over gender change, arrested in triple homicide. (Archive)

Previously known as David Warfield

Andrew T. Balcer

Christine Pelisek (December 28, 2017). Did a Maine Teen Murder His Parents Because He Thought They Wouldn’t Accept Him as Transgender?. (Archive)

Betty Adams (December 22, 2017). Winthrop teen indicted on charges of murdering parents, killing family dog. (Archive)

The Associated Press (November 5, 2017). Teen charged with killing parents to be tried as an adult. (Archive)

Betty Adams (October 26, 2017). Winthrop teenager accused of killing parents asked to be called ‘Andrea,’ not Andrew. (Archive)

Charles Eichacker (October 26, 2017). Slain parents would have helped Andrew Balcer through his gender identity struggle, brother says. (Archive)

Judy Harrison (October 26, 2017). Winthrop teenager accused of killing parents felt repressed at home. (Archive)[2].

Staff Writer (October 25, 2017). Winthrop teen accused of killing his parents had gender identity problems, psychologist testifies. (Archive)[1].

Brandon Doyen (October 25, 2017). Disturbing 911 Call Released in Court Hearing for Winthrop Teen Accused of Killing Parents. (Archive)

Charles Eichacker (February 12, 2017). Winthrop man details night of horror when parents were slain: ‘I had no idea this was coming’. (Archive)

Betty Adams (February 3, 2017). State seeks to prosecute Winthrop teen as adult in killing of parents. (Archive)

Jennifer Smith (November 1, 2016). Boy, 17, charged with murdering his parents after their bodies were found in the family’s Maine home in the middle of the night. (Archive)

Charles Eichacker (November 1, 2016). Teenage boy charged with killing his parents in Winthrop. (Archive)

Notable Quotes:

“The Winthrop teenager accused of stabbing his parents to death last year had gender identity issues and “did not believe his parents would be supportive,” a forensic psychologist testified Wednesday at a hearing to determine whether Andrew T. Balcer should face trial as an adult.”[1].

“Balcer was not suffering from psychosis or schizophrenia or any other easily identifiable mental illness other than gender dysphoria, she said.”[2].

Also known as Andrea Balcer

Maxim Kenneth Rhone

Sarah Horner (December 1, 2017). Self-defense? Trial opens in knife-wound killing in St. Paul. (Archive)

Richard Chin (September 26, 2016). He thought he was God, sunk knife 16 centimeters into victim, St. Paul charges say. (Archive)

Also known as Maxim Rhone

Shiloh Quine

Aviva Stahl (November 9, 2017). Transgender Prisoners: What an Inmate’s Surgery Means for Trans Rights. (Archive)

Bob Egelko (August 5, 2017). State’s prisons struggling to overhaul gender-identity policies. (Archive)

The Associated Press (April 28, 2017). Judge: California Must Allow Transgender Inmates’ Earrings. (Archive)

The Associated Press (March 28, 2017). Proposal may spell positive changes for California transgender inmates. (Archive)

The Associated Press (March 22, 2017). California: Transsexual inmate says women’s prison is ‘torture’. (Archive)

News Staff (March 22, 2017). First Inmate To Receive Taxpayer-Funded Sex Reassignment Surgery Says Women’s Prison Is ‘Torture’. (Archive)

Crimesider Staff AP (January 6, 2017). California funds 1st U.S. inmate sex reassignment surgery. (Archive)

Also known as Shiloh Heavenly Quine

Previously known as Rodney James Quine

Lynnsey Braun

Darrell Smith (May 11, 2016). Jurors find woman legally insane in fatal ’14 light-rail shooting. (Archive)

Darrell Smith (May 3, 2016). Jurors return guilty verdict in fatal 2014 light-rail shooting. (Archive)

Andy Furillo (August 26, 2014). Attorney makes case for self-defense in Sacramento light-rail killing. (Archive)

Judy Farah (January 29, 2014). Should You Name a Transgender Person in the Media? Why We Felt We Had To. (Archive)

Kim Minugh, Bill Lindelof, Darrell Smith (January 24, 2014). Light rail train shooter, victim appear to be strangers, police say. (Archive)

Also known as Lynnsey Evakarla Braun

Wolfgang Schmidt

Gender Identity Harms Women (October 14, 2017). Wolfgang Schmidt (Germany). (Archive)

Also known as the “Beast of Beelitz” and the “Pink Giant”.

Christopher Bellmore

Christie Blatchford (October 23, 2017). Christie Blatchford: Women’s prison left to cope after getting male inmate who identifies as female. (Archive = Unavailable)

Justin Tyler Calhoun

Adam Linhardt (October 20, 2017). Calhoun faces first-degree murder charges. (Archive)

Adam Linhardt (October 7, 2017). Grand jury to hear stabbing case. (Archive)

Adam Linhardt (September 1, 2017). Accused murderer pleads not guilty. (Archive)

Adam Linhardt (August 19, 2017). Murder charge likely for suspect in stabbing death. (Archive)

Jacob Ogles (August 18, 2017). There’s a Human Behind the Sensational Florida Cannibal Case. (Archive)

Gwen Filosa (August 17, 2017). A stripper said he was a ‘cannibal,’ then killed him with a pen and a dresser drawer, police say. (Archive)

Also known as Justin Calhoun