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Thursday, 02 August 2012 22:13

Texas Shooting: A Third Lesbian Was Killed (Jane Doe Needs You)

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After the murder of Mollie Olgin and the attempted murder of her girlfriend Mary Kristene Chapa a few weeks ago, there is maybe a third victim related to the Portland shooting and she need you to be identified.

A third lesbian has been found dead in Ellis County, TX. However, currently, this victim was not identified.

PLEASE share this information and help the police to find her identity.

According to Examiner, the Ellis County Police Department asked for help after finding the body of a Jane Doe in a wooded surrounding around the 1400 block of Camp Black Road in an unincorporated area of Ellis County on July 23rd at 11:03a.m.

The local police describe Jane Doe to be of African-American descent 5’4 inches tall, weighing approximately 115lbs wearing a black or dark grey top, blue jean shorts and white Nike tennis shoes with purple shoes laces. The police believe she may have been missing since July 17th.

Here a portrait of the victim and her tattoos:

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In a press release, C.D. Kirven of the LGBTQ activist organization Get Equal, said:

"If this was a lesbian woman, this makes a third lesbian woman of color brutally attacked in Texas within a month's time. As a member of the LGBT community and a woman of color, this is not just an attack on this woman but on me and others in my community."

Michael Diviesti, of Get Equal TX, adds:

"Violence against a member of a community directly effects all members of that community. We begin to put ourselves in the place of our brothers and sisters who have suffered this violence. An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us."

Please share this to find her identity for her friends and her family.

If you know this Jane Doe, contact Investigator Joe Fitzgerald at 972.825.4928


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