Court: Intimidation law does not protect transgender individuals

Court: Intimidation law does not protect transgender individuals

Lansing — An Michigan Court of Appeals panel ruled Tuesday that transgender people are not protected by a state law criminalizing ethnic intimidation against people based on their “race, color, religion, gender or national origin.”

One thought on “Court: Intimidation law does not protect transgender individuals

  1. Who cares if they don’t protect? Are they capable of protecting themselves first? Hence, they are not capable of protecting others. If the fate of judicial system itself is such, we cannot imagine what the world is going through.
    Who can punish the law makers and the courts? There should be someone else, not the court itself. Hypocrisy at its peak! Welcome to a mad mad mad mad world.

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