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Black ‘transgender’ paedophile appeals life sentence after claiming he became a woman behind bars

Tulsa, Oklahoma – A Black paedophile—convicted for repeatedly raping his 7-year-old stepdaughter—is now appealing his life sentence after federal authorities claim he switched his gender from male to female.

According to reports, 32-year-old Robert William Perry II contests that federal prosecutors unjustly branded him as an “abuser” during the trial, which may have led to his sentencing. Perry’s case first drew national attention when he was sentenced to life in federal prison after a jury found him guilty of repeatedly raping his 7-year-old victim in a closet that he referred to as his “man cave”.

Perry—who is a Black member of the Muskogee nation—was said to have hurriedly come out as “trans” post-sentencing, prompting a judge to order additional “gender-care treatment programs,” which further acknowledged his new gender identity. Shockingly, the U.S. Department of Justice amended its press releases on the case to reflect Perry’s new preferred pronouns as “she/her”.

A screenshot of the US Attorney’s Office Northern District of Oklahoma website, which has been edited to include Perry’s new so-called “gender identity”.

Lawyers representing Perry’s appeal are now challenging the federal conviction on grounds of alleged prosecutorial bias. They contend that the prosecution excessively bolstered the credibility of Perry’s 7-year-old victim, while simultaneously undermining his right to a fair trial.

“The government’s Answer Brief argues there was overwhelming evidence to convict. There was not. Instead, the case rose or fell based on L.A.’s credibility versus Perry’s credibility. If the jury believed L.A., it could convict. If it believed Perry, it could not,” wrote one of Perry’s attorneys.

“The government used the phrase ‘kids don’t make this up’ no less than three times in its initial argument…any vouching for the credibility of (the victim) or any other improper argument to unfairly bolster her credibility or diminish Perry’s would have an outsized impact on the jury here,” the appeal reads.

Perry’s abhorrent crimes first earned him a criminal conviction in an Oklahoma state courtroom in 2018, but it was overturned after it was decided the state had no jurisdiction over the case since the crime occurred on Indian land.

Only native tribal councils or the US federal government can oversee cases that occur in Indian country that involve Native American defendants. Despite this second chance, Perry was convicted again—his time federally—in 2023 and now sits in the maximum security USP Terre Haute in Indiana.

“Robert Perry’s crimes are despicable. The defendant repeatedly abused a 7-year-old girl for whom the defendant was responsible,” said U.S. Attorney Clint Johnson at the time of his sentencing. “This week, the Court made it clear that Perry’s predatory crimes and blame shifting warranted a lifetime in federal prison.”

During the trial, the sickening acts committed by the Black pedophile went into excruciating detail, revealing that Perry forced his young stepdaughter to perform sexual favors in exchange for candy, toys, and access to video games. The abuse took place in a closet where he used to regularly indulge in pornography.

When the victim made mention of her torture to a friend, the allegations were dismissed as mere “gossip” by the school principal. However, further investigation by a teacher uncovered additional information, which was gained through private interviews and a series of horrific drawings that depicted the abuse.

Under current BOP guidelines, Perry will be able to request housing that best reflects his gender identity, meaning he could eventually find his way into a female-only prison. Under President Trump, federal inmates were housed based purely on their biological sex, but under Jewish Attorney General Merrick Garland, an inmate’s supposed “gender identity” is now a valid consideration for housing.

According to Reduxx, 1,500 US federal inmates currently identify as transgender. Of these, nearly half have been convicted for federal sex offenses.

Transgendered individuals—especially those hailing from the Black community—are regularly found to be engaged in sickening crimes that target the nation’s most vulnerable. In April, a convicted Black sex offender in Aurora, Colorado, was arrested for attempting to kidnap a young boy from the halls of his majority White elementary school.

An independent Justice Report investigation into the suspect—identified as Black 33-year-old Solomon Tyler Galligan—revealed he had identified as a woman and was taking hormone replacement therapy to suppress his suicidal ideations.

In December, a prominent Black, Trans activist in Philadelphia was arrested for the alleged rape of two boys, ages 14 and 9. According to court documents, 37-year-old Kendall Stephens was hit with a slew of criminal charges after prosecutors said the Black “transwoman” committed “involuntary deviant sexual intercourse” with his victims, which were known to him through a friend.

Over the weekend, four young girls and numerous other victims were subjected to a bloody knife attack that unfolded across several locations in New England. For those crimes, Police arrested an unhinged transgender activist—identified as White 26-year-old Jared Ravizza—who dressed as a woman and used she/her pronouns on social media.

This article originally appeared on Justice Report and is republished by The Noticer with permission.

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