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Australia From a life of privilege to triple attempted axe murderer: How highly intelligent transgender woman, 26, spiralled into depression before bludgeoning strangers in a 7-Eleven while high on drugs

05:37  08 august  2018
05:37  08 august  2018 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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From a life of privilege to triple attempted axe murderer : How highly intelligent transgender woman , 26 , spiralled into depression before bludgeoning strangers in a 7 - Eleven while high on drugs . Evie Amati, 26 , had a privileged upbringing and was high achiever academically.

axe murderer : How highly intelligent transgender woman , 26 , spiralled into depression before bludgeoning strangers in a 7 - Eleven while high on drugs . Troubled transgender woman Evie Amati, 26 , who tried to murder three strangers with an axe at a Sydney 7 - Eleven , had a privileged

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A transgender woman who tried to murder three strangers with an axe had a privileged upbringing and was a high achiever in school.

Evie Amati's life took a downward spiral after having gender reassignment surgery, culminating in the horrific attack at a Sydney convenience store in January 2017.

Named Karl as a child by her well-off trade union representative parents, the 26-year-old topped Western Australia in English in 2009.

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It remains to be seen how the politically powerful and monied transgender lobby and their well-heeled celebrity attorneys believe they will bury this emerging story in the internet age of #MeToo. “ From a life of privilege to triple attempted axe murderer : How highly intelligent transgender woman , 26

a woman looking at the camera: A transgender woman who tried to murder three people with an axe had a privileged upbringing and was a high achiever in school (pictured is Evie Amati after gender reassignment surgery)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited A transgender woman who tried to murder three people with an axe had a privileged upbringing and was a high achiever in school (pictured is Evie Amati after gender reassignment surgery) Evie Amati's life took a downward spiral after having gender reassignment surgery, culminating in the horrific attack (pictured) at a Sydney convenience store in January 2017© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Evie Amati's life took a downward spiral after having gender reassignment surgery, culminating in the horrific attack (pictured) at a Sydney convenience store in January 2017

She graduated from Perth's progressive Shenton College in the top one per cent in the state, and moved to Sydney for university, News.com.au reported.

Still known as Karl at the time, Amati landed a union job thanks to family connections while studying sociology and US politics at the University of Sydney.

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A transgender woman who tried to murder three strangers with an axe had a privileged upbringing and was a high achiever in school. Hours later, after changing her Facebook status to read ‘Humans are only able to destroy to hate so that is what I shall do’, Amati left home in a murderous rage.

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While at university Amati became involved in student activism, joining radical far-left group Sydney Resistance and writing for Green Left Weekly.

She also played drums in a punk band she formed in 2011, Everything I Own is Broken, and performed on stage as a woman in 2013 and 2014.

Amati first broached the idea of a gender transition on social media in 2012, and flew to Thailand in 2014 with family and friends for reassignment surgery.

On her return to Australia she began taking recreational drugs to deal with the pain, her defence lawyer Charles Waterstreet told a Sydney court last week.

Mr Waterstreet said his client's state of mind 'deteriorated' in 2015 after a break-up and she became suicidal.

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EVIE Amati, the transgender axe attacker convicted of three attempted murders, grew up in a comfortable How the privileged son of union royalty became an attempted axe murderer In the dock of court 2.3 of the Downing Centre sat that once brilliant child, now a 26 -year-old transgender

How the privileged son of union royalty became an attempted axe murderer : experts said So how did an intelligent young person from a decent family come to face spending up to 25 years in prison for such brutal crimes? At 2.19am, Amati can be seen on CCTV entering Enmore 7 - Eleven , doing a

She talked of wanting to jump in front of trains, and 'twisting people's necks on the bus'.

The court heard Amati began to have violent fantasies, and in 2016 bought a long-handled axe which she used to destroy an old sofa.

After a Tinder date on January 6 during which she took a capsule of the drug MDA, believing it was MDMA, she sent several chilling messages to her new acquaintance.

The court heard Amati began to have violent fantasies, and in 2016 bought a long-handled axe which she used to destroy an old sofa (pictured is the 2017 attack)© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The court heard Amati began to have violent fantasies, and in 2016 bought a long-handled axe which she used to destroy an old sofa (pictured is the 2017 attack) a close up of a woman: Hours later, after changing her Facebook status to read 'Humans are only able to destroy to hate so that is what I shall do,' Amati (pictured) left home in a murderous rage© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Hours later, after changing her Facebook status to read 'Humans are only able to destroy to hate so that is what I shall do,' Amati (pictured) left home in a murderous rage

Having ended the date because she believed the woman found her unattractive because she was transgender, Amati told her 'some people deserve to die'.

'One day I will kill a lot of people and it will be your fault', she told her date, and later called her a 'psychopath'.

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Hours later, after changing her Facebook status to read 'Humans are only able to destroy to hate so that is what I shall do', Amati left home in a murderous rage.

Holding the axe and with a knife in her pocket, Amati walked to a 7-Eleven store in Enmore in Sydney's inner west while listening to her favourite rap song.

She then attempted to hack two other customers to death with the axe before trying to kill a homeless man outside moments later.

Amati pleaded not guilty to attacking Benjamin Rimmer, Sharon Hacker and Shane Redwood in the early hours of January 7, 2017.

Mr Rimmer feared he would bleed to death after being struck in the face, and Ms Hacker lost 25kg afterwards and continues to suffer nerve pain.

Mr Waterstreet argued drug use and dating rejections combined with her hormonal drugs and anti-depressants to trigger mental illness.

However, the New South Wales District Court rejected the mental illness defence and found her guilty of all three charges laid against her.

Amati will be sentenced on September 12.

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