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Netflix-inspired trans k!ller sent to MALE jail as her lawyer also admits she’s too dangerous

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Netflix-inspired trans k!ller sent to MALE jail as her lawyer also admits she's too dangerous

In a chilling echo of a Netflix true crime documentary, Scarlet Blake, a transgender cat killer, faces at least 24 years in a male jail for the random murder of a BMW engineer, Jorge Martin Carreno

Netflix-inspired trans k!ller sent to MALE jail as her lawyer also admits she's too dangerous
Netflix-inspired trans k!ller sent to MALE jail as her lawyer also admits she’s too dangerous

Blake’s defense concedes her danger, ensuring she’ll never see parole.

Transgender assailant Scarlet Blake, aged 26, received a 24-year sentence, serving time in a male prison for a heinous crime mirroring a Netflix documentary’s warped storyline.

Blake’s victim, a BMW engineer, met a gruesome fate, targeted randomly in a sinister fantasy inspired by the show “Don’t F**k With Cats.”

Even her lawyer fears her!

Blake’s own defense lawyer, Richard Sutton, bluntly acknowledged her perilous nature, asserting parole boards would hesitate to release her into society.

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The courtroom heard how she violently attacked Carreno, smashing a vodka bottle, strangling him, and ultimately pushing him into Oxford’s River Cherwell, where he met his tragic end.

Months earlier, Blake had live-streamed the sadistic killing of a neighbor’s cat, foreshadowing the gruesome events to come.

The victim’s brother and mother shared heart-wrenching statements in court, emphasizing the irreplaceable loss and the enduring pain of losing a son and brother.

The BMW engineer, Jorge Martin Carreno, encountered Blake on the first Saturday night after Covid restrictions eased.

Prowling Oxford’s streets with a chilling “murder kit” in her rucksack, including a garrotte and leopard print dressing gown cord, Blake executed her heinous plan.

Blake’s defense offered no mitigation, admitting she’s a perpetual danger.

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The court learned about her prior cat killing, eerily reminiscent of the Netflix documentary’s narrative.

The judge, Mr. Justice Chamberlain, affirmed Blake’s intent to kill Carreno, describing it as a calculated act derived from months of obsession with harm and death.

The prosecution revealed Blake’s fixation on violence and her desire to experience killing someone, making it clear that the murder was not a spontaneous act.

Despite Blake’s attempt to deflect blame onto her ex-partner, evidence mounted against her, leading to a conviction after a three-week trial.

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