Convicted Transgender Terrorist awarded cash, Forced on Woman's Prison
Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio condemned a court decision forcing a "fake man" on imprisoned women in New Jersey. Delgaudio said "A court ordered the moving of a convicted transgender terrorist and this fake woman was awarded, by the court, as part of a settlement with the New Jersey Department of Corrections, to pay him \$125,000 in damages and \$45,000 in separate attorney's fees. With this kind of absurd public policy, government is abolishing prisons meant for women. "
"In 2019, an ACLU lawsuit against the New Jersey Department of Corrections resulted in a settlement which required the state to allow violent male inmates to self-identify into the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women. The lawsuit was launched on behalf of a transgender male inmate who sought transfer but had been denied. That inmate was anonymized in court records, referred to only as "Sonia Doe."
Reduxx has learned the identity of the anonymous inmate the ACLU represented in their fight for prison gender self-identification, and can name him as unhinged convicted terrorist Daniel Smith, also known as Danielle Demers.
Demers was previously investigated by the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force and the Atlantic County Prosecutor's Office for attempting to sell ammunition and pipe bombs.
In October of 2017, Demers, a veteran of the Marine Corps, was charged with attempting to sell a high-powered rifle, 300 rounds of ammunition, and material capable of making five pipe bombs. During the course of the investigation, it was learned that Demers provided instructions on how to assemble the pipe bomb and noted that they should be filled with nails to act as shrapnel.
Demers was charged with unlawful possession of a destructive device, possession of an explosive substance for an unlawful purpose, unlawful sale of a firearm, unlawfully teaching another to use an explosive, and conspiracy. In April of 2018, Demers and his female accomplice Nina House were each sentenced to five years in prison for their crimes, " Reduxx reported.
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