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Murder investigation launched after death of ‘brave’ trans woman

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  1. Another fallen sister :(

    1. Sinead Harkin 23 Nov 2013, 4:24pm

      RIP Jacqui

  2. Poppy Rose 23 Nov 2013, 4:12pm

    Jacqui’s life stlye was not a choice, god rest her soul.

    1. Amy Hamblin ( Proud Trans ) 3 Jan 2014, 11:01pm

      Exactly, the so called family couldn’t even acknowledge her needs in death, let alone life. This is the challenge for us all, to continue to show the world, it is not a choice it is inherently a need to be ourselves.

  3. PantoHorse 23 Nov 2013, 4:12pm

    Surely comments should be closed as there is a murder investigation underway?

    1. Quite right, PantoHorse. She was found dead. Post-mortem tests have been inconclusive. The police are conducting enquiries. So no judgements should be made.

  4. RIP

    Hatred is hatred. It could be cyclists, foreigners or different religions. This society allows hatred to grow in simple way like the legitimising of UKIP or the EDL. This lets people beleive that hatred is a normal state of mind and it leads to this.

    Mature societies have done their best to eradicate all hatred his society has a long was to go.

    There is a saying better to live one day as a lion rather than 100 years as a sheep. That the only way to live.

  5. Helge Vladimir Tiller 23 Nov 2013, 9:17pm

    Indeed, Governments and politicians- humanitarian as well as gay organizations, HAVE NOT DONE ENOUGH TO SUPPORT TRANSGENDER PEOPLE. Information and all kinds of assistance is needed everywhere in Europe, and elsewhere ! It is a shame. Since I live in Norway, I’ve had no possibility to know this lady. But I’m sure she was a nice person. May she rest in peace-

  6. RIP Jacqui. Thoughts are with your family and friends at this sad time.

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