DENVER Reuters - A juvenile accused of opening fire at a Colorado school last month that left one student dead and eight others wounded sought revenge on classmates who bullied him because he is transgender, court documents released on Thursday showed. Both teens are charged with first-degree murder and attempted murder in the May 7 rampage. Prosecutors have charged McKinney as an adult, but his lawyers are seeking to have his case moved to juvenile court.
Paula Greisen said the lawsuit filed by Lindsay Saunders-Velez initiated conversations with the Department of Corrections about changes that could improve conditions for transgender women. The lawsuit said male inmates frequently pulled down a privacy screen shielding Saunders-Velez from view when she used the bathroom in her cell, threatened her and assaulted her. The suit also said prison staff denied her requests to be called Lindsay and be identified with female pronouns.
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L awyers for the second suspect in the Colorado school shooting, Maya McKinney, who is listed in court records as a female, asked the court to use the pronoun "he. McKinney reportedly identifies as a male and goes by the name Alec. He appeared in court Wednesday, shackled at the wrists and ankles.
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Supreme Court — and state officials said Tuesday that they would end a separate legal fight over his refusal to bake a cake celebrating a gender transition. Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and attorneys representing Jack Phillips said they mutually agreed to end two legal actions, including a federal lawsuit Phillips filed accusing the state of waging a "crusade to crush" him by pursuing a civil rights complaint over the gender transition cake. Phillips' attorneys dubbed the agreement a victory for the baker.