Saturday, November 19, 2022

National transsexual rights activist once boosted by the New York Times found guilty of horrific murders of lesbians and an African teen

Dana Rivers, a national transsexual rights activist whose name was originally David Warfield, was found guilty Thursday of the 2016 murders of three people in Oakland, California. Prior to butchering two real women and their adopted African son, Rivers, 67, had been a former American Federation of Teachers labor leader and a journalism teacher at Center High School in Sacramento.

The murder verdict

Although originally set to begin in 2019, Rivers' murder trial began in October. 

Rivers originally entered a not-guilty plea, but later changed it to not guilty by reason of insanity.

The Alameda County jury began deliberating on Nov. 15. The jury didn't need more than a few hours to arrive at their verdict.

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