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alert-–-transgender-double-murderer-is-dragged-kicking-and-screaming-back-to-men’s-prison-after-having-sex-with-female-inmate-at-women’s-jailAlert – Transgender double-murderer is dragged kicking and screaming back to men’s prison after having sex with female inmate at women’s jail

A transgender double-murderer has been moved back to a male prison after being caught having sex with a female inmate at a Washington state women’s prison. 

Bryan Kim, 35, who now goes by ‘Amber FayeFox Kim’, was caught having intercourse with 25-year-old Sincer-A Marie Nerton at the Washington Corrections Center for Women (WCCW) on March 14.

Months later, Kim, who identifies as female, has been moved back to the Monroe Correctional Facility for men. ‘The reason for Kim’s transfer was due to ongoing safety concerns,’ a Department of Corrections official told the National Review. 

Kim was convicted in 2008 of two counts of aggravated first-degree murder for fatally stabbing his father, Richard Kim, and bludgeoning and strangling his mother, Terri Kim, as reported by the Spokesman-Review. 

In March, a corrections officer found Kim ‘laying on the floor completely nude from the waist down with their cellmate Nerton on top of them also nude from the waist down actively having sex,’ according to a report obtained by National Review.  

According to the report, ‘This is against MSU rules and policy. WAC-504-Engaging in a sex act with another person within the facility that is not otherwise included in these rules, except in an approved extended family visit.’

‘Technically, there is no consensual sex between the incarcerated,’ a Washington Department of Corrections (DOC) employee told National Review.

But ‘Washington has been mitigating the sanctions on offenders involved,’ he said. ‘If both offenders call it consensual, then they seem to be getting into less trouble.’

The incident resulted in an infraction with a hearing expected.

Kim was convicted in 2008 of murdering his parents, Richard and Terri Kim, had previously struggled with mental health issues. He was sentenced to life in prison for his crimes.

The gruesome murders occurred at their Mount Spokane home on December 5, 2006, upon their return from work.

Following the killings, Kim attempted to clean the crime scene and conceal his parents’ bodies in an outbuilding.

The next day, he went shopping, using his father’s debit card to withdraw $1,000 from their account.

Kim received a life sentence for his crimes, with the defense arguing that he had struggled with mental health issues since childhood, attempting to cast doubt on the premeditated nature of the crimes.

Initially housed at a men’s facility in Washington, Kim was later transferred to Purdy in February 2021 under the state Department of Correction’s gender-inclusion policy.

This policy, approved by Washington’s Democratic governor Jay Inslee, allows male convicts to be admitted to Purdy upon acceptance of their gender-dysphoria diagnosis by an administrative panel.

Despite not being codified into law as in California, the policy has generated controversy within the state’s prison system.

Following Kim’s transfer to Purdy, reports emerged in December 2021, indicating multiple instances of sexual exploitation by male inmates identifying as women towards female residents, as reported by National Review.

A former female inmate, speaking anonymously to National Review, described witnessing and hearing of numerous cases of sexual assault by convicted transgender felons.

One such inmate, known as Jonathan or ‘Jazzy,’ faced multiple complaints of sexual assault filed by female inmates.

In one disturbing incident, a female inmate woke up to find Jazzy with an obvious erection touching her inappropriately. Despite these allegations, Purdy officials denied having any complaints on file.

Jazzy also allegedly groomed his victims for weeks, making persistent sexual advances until the assault occurred.

In November, the Huffington Post published a sympathetic piece titled ‘Inside The Brutal Struggle For Trans Care In Prison,’ featuring Kim’s story.

The article suggested that Kim’s actions and subsequent incarceration were linked to mistreatment endured during his upbringing.

Kim recounted instances of physical punishment and threats from his parents due to his effeminate behavior and cross-dressing during adolescence.

 

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