(Article by Christina Buttons republished from ThePostMillenial.com)
In a blurb for Trimble’s 2021 book, Finding Purpose: One Transgender Woman’s Journey, Trimble claims to be innocent of the rape charges, "Although Ms. Trimble was charged, convicted and sentenced to over a hundred years for a crime she did not commit, she is also serving a life sentence for a murder she committed in 1979."
In addition to the rape of two small girls, in 1979 Trimble raped, tortured, and murdered his prison cellmate, a developmentally disabled man named Jerry James Everett. The court described Trimble’s treatment of Everett as routine "physical and sexual humiliation," saying that Trimble made a "slave" out of him. The document states that Everett was in jail awaiting trial for stealing a van, and that he was "slow, and may never have fully comprehended what was happening to him."
Court documents reveal that Trimble "… forced the victim to have both oral and anal intercourse with him, compelled him to wear a 'bra' around the jail for the entertainment of the other inmates, and forced him at one point to display to the other inmates a rag that had been stuffed into his anus." Additionally, Trimble prostituted Everett to other inmates, beat him repeatedly, and branded him in a form of torture by "using a burning plastic shampoo bottle."
After weeks of abusing Everett, Trimble confided in other inmates that he intended to kill him. The court document reads that "the day before the killing, he compelled Everett to write a suicide note to his parents." Trimble strangled Everett to death using a towel, then staged the crime scene to make it look like Everett had hung himself.
Trimble was found guilty of capital murder on July 3, 1980, and is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. Despite these heinous crimes, Trimble continues to be portrayed in the media as a "feminist" and "LGBTQ advocate."
Read more at: ThePostMillenial.com