According to the testimony of the witnesses for the prosecution on Monday, Tubbs admitted to striking the victim with a rock. This is according to the testimony of the witnesses for the prosecution.
According to the announcement made by the District Attorney’s Office of Kern County on Monday, a trans woman who was previously convicted of child molestation is now facing the possibility of life in prison for the death of a fellow member of a so-called “survivalist itinerant organization.” This comes after the District Attorney’s Office in Los Angeles decided to lower the charges against her in a case involving sexual assault.
Tubbs was the second-in-command of the organization at the time of her arrest in April 2019, and she is currently facing charges of murder in connection with the death of fellow member Michael Clark. The authorities allege that she killed Clark by beating him mercilessly with a rock.
According to The News God, on Monday, Judge Brian M. McNamara of the Kern County Superior Court decided that the prosecution had provided sufficient evidence to charge Tubbs with first-degree murder and expose him to the prospect of a life sentence.
On Twitter, Kern County Sheriff Alex Villanueva lauded the efforts of the District Attorney’s office in holding Tubbs accountable for his actions. The District Attorney for the County of Los Angeles, George Gascón, was another target of his severe criticism.
Tubbs was given a sentence of two years in jail in 2014, many months before she became 18 years old, as a result of the refusal by the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office to prosecute a case of sexual assault against her as an adult.