Headlines hide the truth about axe attack looney

Caption: Spoiler alert – it was a man in a dress.

What is it with trannies going violently berserk in shops? Just a couple of weeks ago, the internet was treated to a video of a lumbering brute in a pink blouse screaming in rage and demolishing shop displays, just because the luckless clerk had the temerity to observe that the She-Hulk with bad eyeliners was, in fact, a dude. Now, after trial, another violent loony in a dress has been convicted for using an axe to attack people in a 7-11 for no apparent reason other than being completely deranged.

But, to add insult to the shocking injuries inflicted on innocents, the media are insisting on pandering to the violent psychosis of the attacker by indulging his delusions. Headlines invariably describe the attacker as “a woman?, when he is quite clearly a man: albeit a man with an obvious mental illness. Quote:

A 26-year-old transgender woman who randomly attacked three customers in a Sydney convenience store with an axe has been sentenced to nine years jail, with a non-parole period of four-and-a-half years.

The NSW District Court heard today it was only ?by good fortune? the injuries caused by Evie Amati did not kill her three victims, but the final sentence also had to reflect her long history of mental illness and the ?chaos and disorder? in her mind on the night of the attack.

It was just after 2am on January 7, 2017 and she had held the axe by her side as she walked 450 metres from her Enmore home to the nearby convenience store. End of quote.

Amati?s real name is Karl, and he is a man, not a woman. Quote:

Minutes before entering the store Amati had posted on her Facebook: ?Humans are only able to destroy, to hate, so that is what I shall do?.

She then hit play to her favourite song by metal band Periphery, the soundtrack blaring in her earphones as she entered the store carrying a two-kilogram axe, with a bright yellow 18-centimetre kitchen knife in the back pocket of her shorts.

After a lap around the aisles she had swung her axe at three customers, she began swinging her axe at three customers, an attack she later admitted had a ?catastrophic? physical and mental impact on her victims.

Amati blew kisses and waved goodbye to her clearly stricken parents as she was led out of the courtroom. End of quote.

The Australian (behind paywall)

Nobody pandered to the delusions of Charles Manson by describing him as ?Jesus?, even though he repeatedly claimed to be a manifestation of Christ. Responsible media should not be obscuring the truth and pretending that a crazy man, who tried to murder complete strangers for no reason, is actually a woman.