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Police are ‘deadnaming' transgender murder victims - here's what that means, and why it makes tracking crimes so more difficult

9 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

There have been 20 murders of transgender people in the US so far this year.
But LGBTQ activists say there may actually be more. Deadnaming victims - or referring to a victim by their birth name rather than their chosen name - makes it difficult to know the actual number of transgender murder victims.
It can also hinder the ability of police to connect with the transgender community for tips and help, activists say.
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