A convicted felon in Idaho will pass through the sex change operation at the expense of taxpayers ‘ money

On Friday, the Governor of Idaho has promised that his state will not pay for the sex change operation of a convicted person who had committed sexual offences, after the court of appeal held that the state is responsible for the provision of such treatments. In its decision, the court cited the eighth amendment of the Constitution.

Governor brad little called the appellate court decision «extremely disappointing» and said the state would appeal to the Supreme court of the United States.

«We can’t divert critical state dollars from higher priorities, ensure public safety and rehabilitate offenders,» little said in a statement to National public radio.

«The hardworking taxpayers of Idaho should not be forced to pay for the sex change operation of a convicted for committing sexual offences, if this is contrary to the decision of the attending physician and numerous specialists in mental health».

On Friday, the panel of three judges of the 9th circuit court of appeals upheld a December decision of a Federal district judge B. Lynn Winmill in favor of the prisoner s of EDMO, who is serving a 10-year sentence for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy.

#BREAKING! The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that the Idaho Department of Corrections (IDOC) must provide medically necessary, gender confirmation surgery to our client, Adree Edmo, a transgender woman! https://t.co/h5Fd846CFQ pic.twitter.com/Oj9v4BkGZV

— National Center for Lesbian Rights (@NCLRights) August 23, 2019

The EDMO was diagnosed with gender dysphoria — a condition that causes depression in patients whose biological gender does not match with the floor on which they identifitseerida. The woman who was born a man, but identificireba as a woman twice tried to castrate himself in prison.

Chief counsel, EDMO, Lori Rifkin, said that her client «suffers every day, while over the years, they denied her treatment, even though failure could not be explained».

According to the 85-page report, the Commission agreed that Idaho needs to spend a sex-change operation of EDMO, writing that «responsible prison officials were deliberately indifferent to gender dysphoria of EDMO, than to violate the eighth amendment».

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Those who are experiencing gender dysphoria, can improve your condition by changing clothes or by getting the hormonal drugs also, such people may be subjected to more invasive surgeries such as breast augmentation, mastectomy, or a sex change. The prison doctor who treated the EDMO, rejected her request for surgery, saying that this method of treatment in her case is not needed.

«The prison authorities did not provide such treatment, despite the fact that he was aware of the suffering and the medical needs of EDMO,» wrote the judges.

The Department of corrections Idaho and Corizon, the private prison contractor will be required to agree to Edmo has undergone a sex change operation. The procedure can cost from $20 000 to $30 000. After the procedure, the EDMO will be transferred to a women’s prison in accordance with the policy of the Department of corrections Idaho.

Of EDMO will be the first transgender inmate in the country to get permission for change of sex in accordance with the court order. It should be released in February 2021 without the right to parole. The state of Idaho has 90 days to appeal the decision of the court.