Killer Now Identifies As Infant And Demands Diapers And Baby Food In Prison

A murderer serving a life sentence for killing his cellmate by strangling him with shoelaces in 2004 has decided to identify as a baby, wear diapers, and eat baby food while in jail. Sophie Eastwood, formerly known as Daniel, told the governor at Polmont jail about her new identity and has even demanded that prison officers hold her hand when she leaves her cell.

  1. Prison officers are actually taking her seriously. While many would assume prison authorities would laugh this off, the Daily Record claims that they’re taking Eastwood’s requests seriously and considering how to put measures in place to honor her request.
  2. However, authorities realize how difficult she can be. It isn’t lost on them that Eastwood has been a problematic prisoner over the years and may be using this as another way to cause trouble. “This prisoner has been difficult and manipulative over the years, which is why she is still behind bars after 17 years. “She decided that she would trans from a man to woman, which is becoming more common in jails these days,” a source said. “But this is obviously something else entirely and the Scottish Prison Service has no protocol in place for dealing with prisoners who decide they are babies.”
  3. Eastwood likes causing chaos. While she may not be sincere, the prison is aware that they have to take her claims seriously or they could be in major trouble for violating Eastwood’s human rights. As the source continued: “Eastwood is a complex person and intelligent but she is pretty demanding on the resources of the prison and enjoys being the center of attention. It’s difficult to know if she really does feel a natural inclination to be treated like a baby or if it’s just some kind of attention-seeking. Modern prisons are very tuned in to human rights and the legal implications they throw up, so it’s being given proper consideration.”
  4. Eastwood completed her minimum term in 2019. She was sentenced to life in prison with a minimum of 15 years behind bars for killing 22-year-old Paul Algie in 2004. She completed the minimum term in 2019 but has yet to be released.
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