Trans Activist Convicted of Murder

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  • Transgender activist and Deviants motor club member Dana Rivers, of San Jose, Calif., has been convicted of three counts of first-degree murder and arson of an inhabited dwelling in the 2016 triple murder case of a family in Oakland.
  • The victims were Charlotte Reed, Patricia Wright, and their son Benny Toto Diambu-Wright. Rivers was motivated by a disagreement with her motor club, the Deviants, which was once associated with the Hells Angels.
  • Rivers, described as the club’s “enforcer,” was promoted to Sergeant of Arms after the murders. She set fire to the garage to cover up the crimes.
  • Rivers had a previous high-profile legal case when she sued a Sacramento school district after transitioning from male to female. She is currently in custody and could face life without parole.  Read More

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