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Transgender victim identified in Augusta hotel slaying

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A South Carolina transgender woman was identified as the person fatally shot at the Knights Inn in Augusta.

Keshia Chanel Geter, 26, of Eastover, S.C., was identified by the coroner as the man who was fatally shot Wednesday morning at the hotel on Boy Scout Road. However, the victim was found dr...

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  1. “transitioning to becoming female”

    Unless the doctors figured out a way to change DNA, that’s not possible. “Pursuing surgery to appear to be female” would be a more accurate formulation.

  2. These mentally sick men need mental help not surgery. The person who shot and killed them probably thought they were women by the way they looked and dressed, then found out they were men and decided to make sure they could not fool another man. It’s not right that they lost their life, but it is understandable how angry it would make a drunk man to feel he had been scammed into acting Queer.

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