Skip to comments.Transgender suspects can demand Boston cops use adopted names under new policies
Posted on 06/12/2013 9:17:44 PM PDT by massmike
Transgender criminal suspects in Boston reportedly can demand that police officers address them by their adopted names and choose whether male or female officers frisk them, according to new policies unveiled by the citys police commissioner.
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I heard this on Howie Carr today.
Looks like not ALL the fruits and nuts live here in California.
Then anybody can.
The cops should avoid the hassle and just refer to every suspect as Madam.
Nope, there’s plenty here in the East as well.
What about us straight guys, can we get frisked by female officers who will call us “honey”?
America sure does have a love affair going with sexual perverts.
If a man insists others call him ‘Napoleon’ or ‘Jesus’ his mental illness is recognized and he’s considered a nut. If a man insists others call him a woman, we’re supposed to humor him and play along.
...and sometimes pay for his sex change while he’s in prison!
Wow! That’s grim.
First - Gay Rights
Second - Transgender Rights
Third - North American Man-Boy Love Association (NAMBLA - Motto, Get Them At Eight, Before It's Too Late”) Rights.
Obama promised to “fundamentally transform America”..... he has certainly done just that.
Don’t forget polygamy...
And the zooists are next.
Great way for a straight man to get into a woman’s jail. He would be so worn out so fast!
If only we could seal the border at the Mason-Dixon line. These idiots keep moving south and polluting our states.
So, is this also going to apply to other types of whackjobs too, like say...
Delusional moonbats who think they are Napolean, or Jesus? Superman?
I swear I made my post before I discovered yours....Those identities must be somewhat common in the cities.
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