Male convicted of making porn with his 7-year-old daughter transferred to women’s prison

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SOMERSET COUNTY, NJ- Rod Serling would be proud…we are literally living in the Twilight Zone.

The Post Millennial reports that a biological male who was convicted of making child pornography with his own 7-year-old daughter, is being transferred to a women’s correctional facility in New Jersey.

No doubt aware that child molesters do not fare well in men’s prisons, the man who now calls himself “Marina” Volz has decided to identify as a transgender woman, has been transferred to the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women, the New Jersey Department of Justice (NJDOC) record show.

Volz was sentenced on May 25 to 25 years in prison on charges of human trafficking, aggravated sexual assault, conspiracy, and endangering the welfare of a child.

Volz, so committed to being a woman that he has yet to get his junk cut off, was initially placed in the South Woods State Prison for Men, however, was recently transferred to the women’s facility.

According to a source within the prison speaking exclusively to Reduxx magazine, women in the prison are aware that Volz is still packing his male genitals.

Volz was identified subject to a 2019 investigation where an anonymous tip led authorities to seize custody of the child and raid the apartment where Volz lived.

The raid resulted in the discovery of extensive evidence of child pornography and child abuse, scattered among some 30 computers, cameras, and digital storage devices.

The investigation found that Volz and three other perverts ran a “family-owned transgender pornography production studio specializing in amateur, BDSM, and taboo fetish content,” emanating from a home in Franklin Township where all four lived.

The investigation found that Volz and his accomplices took part in jointly sexually assaulting the child while filming the assault, which included a basement cage, neck collars, and a variety of sex toys.

“On January 28…a search warrant was executed at the residence and it was discovered that the child was in fact residing in the home where a pornography production company was being operated, exposing the child to sexually-explicit matter,” prosecutors said.

“Electronic items, including cell phones and computers were seized for forensic examination…During the examination and analysis of the electronic devices, several sexually-explicit photos and videos of the 7-year-old were located.”

The investigation also led to the arrest and conviction of Adam Romero, who now calls himself Ashley (no doubt to avoid serving in a men’s prison) admitted to sexually abusing the young girl and was send to the same facility where he is listed as a “female” inmate. That facility is the only women’s prison in the state.

We have better ideas where these perverted derelicts should be serving their sentences, like perhaps a nuclear waste dump. Or maybe the final resting place of one Jimmy Hoffa. But we digress.

PM reports the investigation revealed evidence retrieved from the home of Romero, 29, and Sean Allen, 54, showed the pair sexually abusing the girl.

Allen was sentenced to 12 years in prison for his role in the abuse (he hasn’t yet pulled the “I’m really a girl” card) while the fourth defendant, Dulcinea Gnecco was charged with four counts of child endangerment.

The four were tied together when group messages showed they had discussed plans to abuse Volz’s daughter. All four pleaded guilty last November as part of an agreement with the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office.

According to Anna Slatz of Reduxx magazine, who has been closely following developments in the case, she believes “Volz’s quick transfer was likely the result of a lawsuit settlement with the ACLU,” whereby a new policy allows biological males to self-identify as females (to avoid getting shanked, no doubt) and be admitted to women’s correctional facilities.

Well, as the saying goes, a tiger never changes its stripes. Such is the case of another man who pretended to be a woman in order to be sentenced to a female prison.

In that case, the man who uses the alias Demi Minor was so committed to being a woman that he impregnated two female inmates at Edna Mahan. He has since been transferred to a youth facility since he was initially incarcerated as a 16-year-old. If that makes any sense.

During sentencing last week, Somerset county assistant prosecutor Brian Stack told the presiding judge, Peter Tober that the four are “incapable of redemption” and had “not accepted full responsibility.”

“If this was not heinous, cruel, and depraved, I don’t know what is,” Tober said, stating that the girl had been taken from her mother “solely for the sexual gratification” of others.

Volz’s public defender, Anthony Cowell, confirmed the young girl is now in the custody of her grandparents, while adding that the evidence in the case was “some of the worst images I have ever seen in my life.”

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UNION TOWNSHIP, NJ- According to a report from Fox News, two inmates at New Jersey’s only women’s prison are pregnant after allegedly having consensual sex with a transgender inmate.

Dan Sperrazza, the Department of Correction’s external affairs executive director, said that it appears the women became pregnant from “consensual sexual relations with another incarcerated person.”

However, the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003, prohibits correctional facilities from allowing “consensual” sex between inmates. Edna Mahan Correctional Facility in Clinton houses more than 800 inmates.

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In 2021, following a lawsuit brought forth by a transgender inmate who lived in a men’s prison for 18 months and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), it began housing transgender women.

Reportedly, there are 27 inmates currently housed in this prison that identify as transgender and according to New Jersey’s housing policy, a transgender women is not required to undergo gender-reassignment surgery in order to be held in the all female facility.

The Daily Mail reported that it is unclear if the women had sex with the same transgender inmate or if it was two different inmates. It is also unclear how far along the two inmates are and whether they plan to continue with their respective pregnancies.

The facility has faced a long string of sex assault scandals in the past and in 2021, Governor Phil Murphy announced plans to close the facility. Sperrazza said that the women had engaged in intercourse, willingly, adding:

“While DOC cannot comment on any specific disciplinary or housing decisions that may be considered in light of these events, the Department always reserves all options to ensure the health and safety of the individuals in its custody.”

Reportedly, in 2021, two Edna Mahan inmates filed a lawsuit seeking for the gender identity policy to be revoked, after they were allegedly harassed by transgender inmates.

Those same women also claimed that the transgender inmates were engaging in sexual activity with cisgender inmates. Even so, ACLU legal director Jeanne LoCicero defended the policy allowing transgender inmates in a women’s prison as one that protects the rights of transgender women. She said:

“[It’s] in line with New Jersey’s strong anti-discrimination laws that prevent discrimination and harassment on the basis of gender identity.”

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In a separate statement about the incident, the union representing correctional officers at the facility said:

“We opposed this policy change believing it would be detrimental to the general population of female inmates being housed at Edna Mahan and also bring added stress to our correctional police officers assigned to this institution.”

The policy reportedly offers greater protections for transgender, intersex, and nonbinary people in state prisons. It allows them to be housed based on the gender they identify with rather than by their sex assigned at birth.

According to a report by the Blaze, shortly before midnight on January 11, 2021, correctional officers executed a cell extraction and allegedly “used excessive force, resulting in serious physical injuries to multiple inmates.”

One inmate alleged to have been sexually assaulted by an officer during the cell extraction. According to a lawsuit filed in the State Superior Court, correctional officers allegedly punched and kicked a transgender woman during the cell extraction.

The same transgender inmate claimed that the correctional officers beat her so severely a month later that she had to be hospitalized. Reportedly, nearly 30 correctional officers and supervisors at Edna Mahan were put on administrative leave while a criminal investigation was launched.

And in April 2020, the U.S. Department of Justice released a report accusing the prison and its staff of failing to stop rampant sexual abuse. WNBC reported:

“Five guards and one civilian worker at the prison pleaded guilty or were convicted of sexually abusing more than 10 women from 2016 to 2019.”

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Report: Democrat governor of NJ releases nearly 40% of inmates and threatens to fire 60% of its prison staff

February 28th, 2022

TRENTON, NJ- According to reports, New Jersey’s Governor Phil Murphy and his administration has released nearly 40 percent if its inmates and is now threatening to cut 60 percent of its correctional staff over a COVID-19 vaccine mandate.

After releasing over 2,000 convicted offenders under his emergency pandemic release program, the governor plans to make even more cuts to the state’s prison system.

As if that isn’t enough, on Wednesday, Murphy stated that he is going to make good on his promise to terminate prison staff who refuse to get vaccinated.

In response, Senator Joe Pennacchio is challenging Murphy and his administration’s policy of terminating unvaccinated prison staff. He said in a statement:

“It is obvious the Governor is applying social science to his COVID policies as it relates to prisons, prisoners, and correction officers, as opposed to medical science. Decisions reflect political agents, not public health.”

Reportedly, almost 60 percent of probation officers have not complied with the Governor’s mandates to be vaccinated.

The administration has threatened unvaccinated officers with termination and the deadline for receiving the first shot has passed.

Pennacchio questioned the policy on a number of levels, saying:

“If the intent of the policy is to prevent the spread of the virus, the administration should accept natural immunity.

The antibodies present in people who have recovered from COVID are at least as effective – if not more – at controlling viral transmission. Forcing vaccination on correction officers and firing those who resist is unnecessary and overkill.”

He continued:

“The vaccine passport requirements at the State House have been eased. The same courtesy should be extended to our dedicated correction officers.

The Governor’s regular COVID press briefings have been discounted, the Legislators refused to codify Murphy’s emergency powers, and parents are demanding their children be able to have in-person, unmasked learning.”

He finished by saying:

“It seems the nation is recognizing that arbitrary and unscientific rules must end. When will the administration catch on?”

On Thursday, February 24th, New Jersey corrections spokeswoman Liz Velez stated that just 43 percent of prison staff members have been vaccinated.

According to state budget documents, the department has a staff, including uniformed officers and civilians, of more than 7,500. Based off what Velez said, that would mean more than 4,000 employees are not fully vaccinated.

When asked how many corrections employees are not fully vaccinated, Velez said:

“Our HR team is still aggregating the data.”

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Back on January 19th, Murphy issued an executive order requiring workers in health care and congregate living settings, including prisons, to be vaccinated.

For prison staff, the deadline to have received at least a first dose or request a medical or religious exemption, was February 16th. They need to have received a second dose or booster by March 30th.

The executive order also required employers to draft a disciplinary process for noncompliance with the order that could include termination, which the correction department has done. Velez said in a statement:

“Barring an approved exemption, staff who are not timely vaccinated will be given notice of noncompliance with three days from the date of the notice to comply.

Staff who have still not complied will be issued removal (termination) charges and then suspended without pay after a Loudermill hearing, pending termination proceedings.”

Prior to Murphy’s January 19th order, the state was allowing its workers to be tested weekly or twice a week for COVID-19 in place of proof of vaccination.

Reportedly, the state had spent nearly $9.5 million to test state workers from October 18, 2021 through early February.


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