You may have heard about it by now. Or maybe not. There haven’t exactly been that many news stories about it.
On Wednesday, April 22, Allen Andrade was convicted of the bias crime murder of Angie Zapata, which occurred in July of last year, as well as the theft of a car and a credit card. He received the mandatory sentence of life without parole.
I wrote about the trial last week, while it was still going on. You can read that here if you are so inclined.
I wish I could say I felt some degree of satisfaction about this. But I don’t. Surrounding the trial has been so much lack of communication and absence of understanding that I feel like going into my room and never emerging again.
Non-transsexual people are, in some cases, trying to be helpful with what they are trying to share. Most often what I have read has fallen short of that mark.