Transgender woman who has attacked 7-Eleven customers because prisoners want her to be taken to jail for men only

Transgender woman who has hacked 7 to 11 clients with an ax is attacked in prison because prisoners want to move her to a prison for men only

  • Transgender woman imprisoned for attempted murder is being attacked in a female prison
  • Evie Amati was attacked in the Mary Wade Women & # 39; s Correctional Center
  • Reportedly, detainees demanded that she be taken to a prison for men only
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A transgender woman who was imprisoned for attacking three people with an ax on a 7-Eleven was attacked in prison after prisoners demanded that she be taken to a men's prison.

Sydney, Evie Amati, 26, was sentenced to nine years in prison after being convicted of two counts of injuries with the intention of murdering and one count of attempted injury with the intention of murdering.

Amati was taken to the Mary Wade Women correction center, but was attacked by other prisoners who wanted her to be moved to a men-only prison, news.com.au reported.

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Transgender woman Evie Amati, who was imprisoned for attacking clients with an ax with a 7-Eleven, has been involved in a fight with prisoners who demanded that she be transferred to a men's prison

Transgender woman Evie Amati, who was imprisoned for attacking clients with an ax with a 7-Eleven, has been involved in a fight with prisoners who demanded that she be transferred to a men's prison

Amati, 26, (photo) was sentenced to nine years in prison after being convicted of two counts of injuries with the intention of assassinating and one count of attempted injury with the intention of assassinating

Amati, 26, (photo) was sentenced to nine years in prison after being convicted of two counts of injuries with the intention of assassinating and one count of attempted injury with the intention of assassinating

Amati, 26, (photo) was sentenced to nine years in prison after being convicted of two counts of injuries with the intention of assassinating and one count of attempted injury with the intention of assassinating

The revelation came as an appeal against her nine-year prison sentence, with a minimum of four and a half years, was brought before the NSW Court of Criminal Appeal.

Crown lawyer Maria Cinque beat the sentence as unjust and launched an appeal.

He described the sentence as & # 39; so clearly insufficient that it is an insult to case law & # 39 ;.

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The first victim, Ben Rimmer, suffered a broken nose bone, eye socket and cheekbones and bled profusely on the store floor of the gas station.

The first victim, Ben Rimmer, suffered a broken nose bone, eye socket and cheekbones and bled profusely on the store floor of the gas station

The first victim, Ben Rimmer, suffered a broken nose bone, eye socket and cheekbones and bled profusely on the store floor of the gas station

Sharon Hacker (photo), beaten in the neck, had mitigated the potentially fatal blow by thick dreadlocks

Sharon Hacker (photo), beaten in the neck, had mitigated the potentially fatal blow by thick dreadlocks

The first victim, Ben Rimmer, suffered a broken nose bone, eye socket and cheekbones and bled profusely on the store floor of the gas station

The second victim, Sharon Hacker, was hit in the neck but had mitigated the potentially fatal blow by her thick dreadlocks.

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While pedestrian Shane Redwood blocked the ax with his backpack before he fled the scene on foot.

Before the late night attack, Amati had a Tinder date, felt she was identified as a transgender, and took a cocktail of alcohol and other drugs.

Amati & # 39; s lawyer, Peter Lange, told the court that his client had shown regret during her prison sentence.

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