Transgender woman, 29, shot in suspected hate attack

Transgender woman, 29, shot in suspected hate attack to be killed 12th trans person in the US this year

  • Denali Berries Stuckey was found on the roadside by the police in North Charleston
  • Deputy head of the NCPD implied that the troops consider shooting a hate crime
  • Her death follows the shooting of 23-year-old Zoe Spears last month
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A transgender woman was reportedly shot in South Carolina at the last murder of the state on the east coast.

Denali Berries Stuckey, 29, was found on the roadside by the police in North Charleston about 4 o'clock in the morning.

Her death swells the number of trans women murdered in the United States this year to 12.

Denali Berries Stuckey, 29, was found Saturday by 4 am Saturday by the police in North Charleston

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Denali Berries Stuckey, 29, was found Saturday by 4 am Saturday by the police in North Charleston

Investigators have not mentioned suspects and are still investigating possible motives behind the alleged murder.

But North Charleston police deputy chief Scott Deckard implied that the troops treat the shooting as a hate crime.

& # 39; Hate crimes are almost universal violent crimes, & # 39; he said in a statement seen through CNN.

& # 39; We hope that this tragic act will raise awareness of the continued discrimination and intimidation of the LGBTQ community. & # 39;

LGBTQ campaign group Alliance For Full Acceptance organized a vigil for Stuckey on Monday evening.

Stuckey is the 16th victim of North Charleston murder this year and her death swells the number of trans women murdered in the United States this year to 12

Stuckey is the 16th victim of North Charleston murder this year and her death swells the number of trans women murdered in the United States this year to 12

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Stuckey is the 16th victim of North Charleston murder this year and her death swells the number of trans women murdered in the United States this year to 12

A monument was also erected on Carner Avenue (photo of the file) - where the body of the tragic transwoman was discovered - for grieving friends and family to show their respect

A monument was also erected on Carner Avenue (photo of the file) - where the body of the tragic transwoman was discovered - for grieving friends and family to show their respect

A monument was also erected on Carner Avenue (photo of the file) – where the body of the tragic transwoman was discovered – for grieving friends and family to show their respect

A monument was also erected on Carner Avenue – where the body of the tragic transwoman was discovered – for grieving friends and family to show their respect.

Friend Mercedes Arline said: & she was always a caring person. A very sweet person. & # 39;

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Stuckey is the 16th victim of murder in North Charleston this year.

North Charleston is the third largest city in the state and has a population of 90,000, who fly to 200,000 balloons during the day.

Stuckey's death follows the shooting of Zoe Spears, 23, who was murdered last month in a suburb of Maryland bordering Washington DC.

One of the most striking transgender murders was Muhlaysia Booker, who was shot in Dallas in May, just a few weeks after a viral video of her was beaten up.

Muhlaysia Booker, 23, was found on Saturday morning at around 6.40 am on the 7200 block of Valley Glen Drive

Muhlaysia Booker, 23, was found on Saturday morning at around 6.40 am on the 7200 block of Valley Glen Drive

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Muhlaysia Booker, 23, was found on Saturday morning at around 6.40 am on the 7200 block of Valley Glen Drive

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