Woman Accused Of 3 Murders Could Use Sex Change As Defense
A Spokane woman accused of killing three people may try to use her sex change as a possible defense for her alleged murder.By Collin Ruane | March 19, 2014
A Spokane woman who's accused of killing three people may try to use her sex change as a possible defense for her alleged murder.
Sixty-two-year-old Donna Perry, then Douglas Perry, is accused of killing three prostitutes in Washington state when she was a man in early 1990. Perry wasn't arrested, though, until police said DNA evidence linked her to the crimes more than two decades later. (Via KHQ-TV)
Perry got her sex change operation a decade after the three prostitutes were killed, and KXLY points out she could use it as part of her defense.