Although Lesbian and Gay agenda has been at work for some time in society; it is only the last year or two that the ‘T’ (TRANSGENDER) word has been thrust front and centre into the limelight of mainstream media. However, this teacher from Austin, TX reveals that the agenda was already introduced into schools, even to pre-school age kids many years ago. The churches, through their silence are of course complicit with these agendas, and will suffer the wrath of God, in the Age to come.
Martinez allegedly invited the young girl into the bathroom with him where he allegedly fondled the girl’s breasts and genitalia, before penetrating her. The girl told police that “it hurt inside” and she started to cry, the Casper Star Tribune reported.
Miguel Martinez seen in his mugshot photo
Nurses at a nearby medical center “completed a sexual assault exam and found redness and abrasions on the girl’s genitalia,” according to the Gazette’s report.
Local media reports described Martinez as a “family friend” of the 10-year-old victim.
Martinez told police that the girl had been “talking crap” and dismissed the accusations as a “publicity stunt,” according to local reports.
The two people, identified as Amna, 35, and Meeno, 26, died in police custody
Both from Pakistan, they were arrested in Riyadh for cross-dressing in public
It is a punishable offence in Saudi Arabia for any man to imitate a woman
Police officers raided a guest house and arrested 35 people, 22 are still in prison
Two transgender Pakistanis were reportedly packed into sacks and thrashed to death with sticks by police in Saudi Arabia.
The pair from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan, were arrested in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for cross-dressing in public.
It is a punishable offence in the kingdom for a man to imitate a woman and officers arrested 35 people in a raid on a guest house.
Two transgender Pakistanis were beaten to death after cross-dressing in public (file photo)
Police raided a guest house in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where it’s illegal for men to imitate women
Police recovered women’s clothing and jewellery and took those arrested into custody.
It was here that Amna, 35, and Meeno, 26, are said to have been beaten to death while under police surveillance in prison.
Colonel Fawaz bin Jameel al-Maiman, the police’s media spokesperson in Riyadh, told The Tribune: ‘The majority of the arrested are from Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa and the others from other cities of Pakistan.’
A transgender rights activist said only 11 of the 35 had been released after paying a fine of 150,000 riyals, meaning 22 are still in custody.
Qamar Naseem said: ‘Torturing humans after throwing them into bags and beating them with sticks is inhumane.’
Police arrested 35 people in the raid and only 11 have been released from prison (file photo)
While 11 were released later after paying a fine of 150,000 riyals (£32,000), 22 are still in police custody, Naseem added.
‘The suffering ended for these two after being physically tortured, however, the rest are still languishing in Saudi jails.
‘No one is there to save them as the life of a transgender is not of any value to anyone, not even for our own government.’