LA DA Gascon won’t be around to give James “Hannah” Tubbs a slap on the wrist.
James Tubbs, the man who came out as transgender after police arrested him, faces first-degree murder charges in California’s Kern County:
Tubbs appeared in a Kern County courtroom in Bakersfield to face charges connected to the April 21, 2019 death of Michael Clark.
Tubbs is being held in Kern County jail on $1 million bond and is being detained in a men’s jail. Prosecutors are referring to the suspect by birth name James Edward Tubbs.
BREAKING: James (Hannah) Tubbs just appeared in a Kern County courtroom. Public defender tried to object media attendance, judge overruled. Tubbs pleaded not guilty to robbery and murder charge. Bail set at $1 million. Next court date May 20th. @FoxNews pic.twitter.com/ss4Yk8AKpm
— Alexandria Hernandez (@AlexandriaHrndz) May 10, 2022
Tubbs became Hannah after police arrested him this year for molesting a 10-year-old in 2014 only a few weeks before he turned 18.
A judge had to give Tubbs a slap on the wrist for child molestation because of Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón’s lax policies. The court could not treat Tubbs as an adult.
So the judge had to send Tubbs to a juvenile detention center. They housed him with the females but supposedly in insolation away from the general population.
Tubbs even bragged about the lenient sentence. He could have been released in early June.
Tubbs will go back to court on May 20.DONATE
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