This is the man who became transgender when authorities arrested him in connection with a child molestation case in 2014.
Progressive George Soros-backed Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón suspended the attorney prosecuting the transgender child molester accused of a cold case murder.
Shea Sanna’s crime? He misgendered and deadnamed the suspect. James Tubbs now goes as Hannah Tubbs.
I was suspended for speaking out against the Gascón Administration. Misgendering Tubbs while informing them that they were being played is just their excuse for the suspension.https://t.co/MNMDrHoWn7
— Shea Sanna (@sanna_shea) February 24, 2023
Sanna made points about Tubbs becoming transgender after police arrested him in a 2014 child molestation case:
Shea Sanna, who had been the lead prosecutor for part of the case, is accused of misgendering and “deadnaming” the convicted child molester Hannah Tubbs, who is now accused of beating a man to death in the woods with a rock in Kern County.
Sanna has argued in the past that jailhouse phone calls show Tubbs was attempting to use gender identity to game the justice system – an argument that sources say made others in Gascon’s office uncomfortable and led to the suspension.
He pleaded guilty to molesting a 10-year-old girl in a Denny’s bathroom when he was 17.
Gascón caught fire for prosecuting Tubbs as a minor since he was 17 at the time and putting him in juvenile detention.
But Tubbs DNA connected him to Michael Clark’s death in 2019. He is held in Kern County on $1 million bond.
Fox News found out Tubbs allegedly molested a 4-year-old girl at a library in August 2013.
We’ve covered the Tubbs cases.
- L.A. DA Gascón Allows Adult Child Molester to be Housed in Juvenile Detention
- CA Adult Transgender Child Molester Pleads Not Guilty to First-Degree Murder
- California Adult Transgender Child Molester Brags About Light Sentence in Juvenile Facility
- L.A. Deputy DA: Gascón Knew About Child Molester Tubbs Jail Calls Before Light Sentencing
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