San Jose transgender activist, teacher was vengeful ‘enforcer’ for all-female biker gang, leading to Oakland triple homicide, DA says

Courtesy Michael Campbell — Pictured are left to right, Patricia Wright, Benny Diambu-Wright, and Charlotte Reed. The threesome were found stabbed and shot to death at their Oakland home Nov. 11, 2016. A San Jose woman, Dana Rivers, 61, was arrested shortly thereafter in connection with the triple homicide.

OAKLAND — Days before a well-known transgender activist and teacher is to go on trial facing charges of murdering three family members in 2016, Alameda County prosecutors have signaled their intent to portray her as the enforcer of an all-female outlaw biker club who’d followed one of the victims around after she left the group.

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