The psychologist told an undercover journalist with the O’Keefe Media Group (OMG) that the DOJ just “rolls over.”
Last month, a source inside the Washington Corrections Center For Women (WCCW) revealed in undercover video footage that she knew of trans inmates and female accomplices perpetrating this scheme to scam the system. The whistleblower said, "The slang term that they’re calling it is 'million dollar baby.'"
James O’Keefe explained, "That means that a woman gets pregnant by a man claiming to be transgender and they sue to try to get like a million dollars."
An undercover OMG journalist asked Justice Department psychologist Linda Noelle about the scam. He asked, “The man is in on it where he’s basically trying to get part of a lawsuit?”
"What they all want to be after is money, they all want money," Noelle replied.
“"How does that work though? The woman basically is raped or says she’s raped? Whether it’s consensual or not, who knows," the OMG journalist responded.
"They both play the victim card," Noelle said.
“The DOJ unfortunately under Merrick Garland rolls over,” Noelle continued. “It doesn’t want to go through the courts so they just pay people off. That’s the bad thing. And we pay for that. Our tax dollars pay for that. If they want to have all the transition surgery, they go through the ACLU, the American Civil Liberties Union.”
Noelle added, that the rights of female prisoners were being “trampled upon.”
“We didn’t have any of this even a decade ago. It just started over the past decade with all the sex change operations.”
Following OMG’s report last month, The Post Millennial has learned that a volunteer for the Department of Corrections was suspended from visiting the prison for recording an inmate who said she was in fear of sharing a cell with a male who identifies as female.
In a statement, the Washington State Department of Corrections said, “DOC policy prohibits visitors from recording visits, so anyone who violates that is suspended.”
A new whistleblower from the department came forward following the last month’s undercover report and told OMG that a male inmate named Brooke Sonia (formerly Brett Sonia) was placed “just a few doors down” from one of his victims.
Sonia is one of five biological inmates incarcerated at WCCW who were convicted of rape, among other crimes.
The whistleblower said, “This one really chaps my ass. He has a victim incarcerated there as well. And they did not give her (the victim) any justice by any means. They put Sonia in the same unit on the same tier, just a few doors down. This woman was molested by this guy and now she has to live with him and look at him every day.”
Sonia was formerly incarcerated in New Hampshire on three counts of state sex offenses, incest of his biological daughter, child pornography, and other crimes and was transferred from New Hampshire to WCCW a year after filing a lawsuit in federal court claiming that his 8th Amendment rights were being violated.
Sonia claimed he was placed in a cell with predatory male inmates in isolation when he complained about inmate threats and sexual assaults but the whistleblower disputed the claim.
“He actually was recently moved to another pod because of sexual activity. He got to live out what he was there to do. He wanted to have sex with women and he got his wish,” adding that she had heard Sonia say that he had no intention of going through with any “transition” procedures.
“You should have the right to further rehabilitate yourself and get back into society without being a victim of state-sponsored rape,” the source said.
O’Keefe noted “The women inside this prison are saying that they are being retaliated against for making the same claims that the man pretending to be a woman claimed.”
In a statement following the OMG report, the Washington State Department of Corrections issued a statement claimed the report was a “common myth perpetuated about people who are transgender is that they will commit crimes of assault against vulnerable populations:”
"The Washington State Department of Corrections (DOC) strongly emphasizes the importance of inclusion and representation by recognizing the unique challenges that non-binary and transgender incarcerated people face. DOC takes allegations of crimes seriously and any person incarcerated at DOC suspected of committing a crime, is subject to the same laws and investigations regardless of where they are housed or their gender. It is DOC’s position that a person’s right to safe and humane treatment does not change based on their gender identity. DOC continues to actively work with community outreach organizations to identify and address possible systemic issues regarding housing, mental health and medical services for people who identify as transgender, and the agency remains committed to the health and safety of all people in its custody."
"The policy, DOC 490.700 Transgender, Intersex, and/or Gender Non-binary Housing and Supervision(pdf), establishes procedures to ensure equitable treatment of transgender, intersex and/or gender non-binary people during intake screening and determining housing, classification, programming and supervision. All people under DOC’s care and custody are assessed upon intake and, if they self-identify as transgender, intersex and/or gender non-binary, the policy provides detailed guidance on placement and programming. The DOC Health Plan(pdf) provides further guidance on healthcare related issues."
"Often, people may think that those who are non-binary or transgender want to be moved to a facility that matches their gender, but this isn’t always the case. In fact, a common myth perpetuated about people who are transgender is that they will commit crimes of assault against vulnerable populations. This is not the case. DOC has developed a comprehensive housing assignment process to determine where an incarcerated individual is housed considering objective criteria that includes their gender identity. If a person identifies as transgender or non-binary, they participate in a thorough mental health assessment, healthcare assessment and facility evaluation. Several multidisciplinary teams must review all requests for transfer for a final placement determination. Each situation is considered on a case-by-case basis, with a focus on safety both for the individual and those who are housed at the facility."
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