Transgender Male Who Shot At Police Gets Jailed With Men

After a 12-hour armed standoff in Texas, a transgender male who identifies as a lady was arrested and put in jail. When a unique demand was made due to the suspect’s transgender status, the chief deputy of the Bell County Sheriff’s Office made a remarkable response.

Bell County Chief Deputy Chuck Cox (center) faces scrutiny for his response after a biological male who identifies as a woman was denied access to female inmates. (Photo Credit: Facebook)

Harker Heights isn’t a city understood for making headlines, the drowsy Texas town was awake after one of its transgender individuals triggered a 12-hour standoff with regional cops. Justin D. Robison, 39– likewise called Arial Robison– provided officers a run for their cash and frantically attempted to provoke them into a deadly result.

Robison made a heartwrenching plea on social networks, declaring,”I wanted to die, suicide by cop,” adding, “I don’t want to hurt anyone,” the Killeen Daily Herald reports. Regretfully, the self-destructive ideations quickly manifested in an especially troubling method.

Arial Robison Transgender Woman Arrested For Aggravated Assault Of Public Official
Justin Robison/Arial Robison was arrested and charged with aggravated assault. (Photo Credit: Bell County Jail)

Throughout an online confession, Robison confessed to shooting a gun 3 times– once at the ground and two times at a brick wall. Things rapidly intensified when cops were called to carry out a well-being check on the person. Robison fired numerous shots from an AR-15 inside the house till a SWAT group breached the home and captured the suspect.

Robison was charged with a first-degree felony attack on a public servant and reserved on a $200,000 bond. In spite of being a transgender identifying as a woman, the suspect was housed with biological male prisoners. When the media become aware of this declared social oppression, they instantly questioned Bell County Jail. The response they got definitely wasn’t what anybody anticipated.

In reaction to the outcry over Robison being housed with prisoners who are biological males, Chief Deputy Chuck Cox unapologetically described that suspects are put based exclusively on their physical anatomy and not how they feel or with whom they wish to be held.

“Inmates are processed based on their actual sex at the time they arrive here and not what they say they want to be,” Cox said. “It is our policy to keep all inmates safe regardless of who they are.”

While the media were raising questions over possible discrimination against transgender prisoners, Harker Heights Police Chief applauded his officers and other first responders. He advised the general public that their actions are to thank for probably saving Robison’s life.

“The peaceful outcome was a result of the excellent job of our negotiators, joint SWAT team (Belton-Harker Heights), patrol officers, firefighter medics, and the cooperation and partnership of our great citizens of Harker Heights,” said Chief Phil Gadd. “It’s a great day when the resolution of a serious incident ends with no one hurt or killed and every police officer gets to go home and be with their families. We’re dedicated to … providing public services that empower people to focus on what matters most: their goals, hopes and dreams.”

Arial Robison Transgender Woman Arrested For Aggravated Assault Of Public Official
Chief Deputy Chuck Cox reiterated that inmates are booked based on biological sex and “not what they say they want to be.”…Based. (Photo Credit: Facebook)

Robison is a U.S. Army veteran who served 10 years however was not released. Robinson reached the rank of specialist a year prior to being discharged. The military listed Robison as Justin Robison.

According to the 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey, 40 percent of people who identify as transgender have actually attempted suicide. Unfortunately, research studies reveal nearly no enhancement in self-destructive propensities after these people go through sex-change surgery.

Chief Deputy Cox has actually restated that Robison was housed with biological males for the security of all prisoners under his duty. Cox thinks that it’s far too dangerous for female prisoners to be housed with biological males.

“She wants everyone to be equal and fair, and she is doing this to fight for her rights,” Robison’s sister said in an interview, according to KWTX.

It’s a relatively honorable objective, however, we should consider what is  “equal and fair” for all prisoners, not simply the ones who recognize themselves as transgender. Now that the leftist media are in play, a discrimination lawsuit is almost inevitable. And it is critical that this Texas Town stand fast behind its public servants who are working for the protection of ALL their citizens.

H/T TapHaps

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