From The Chicago Phoenix:
by Brynn Cassie West
April 20, 2012
A social worker at Taskforce Prevention and Community Services, is organizing a community event to call for answers in the murder of Paige Clay, a transgender woman who was killed on the city’s West Side on Monday morning.
Brian Turner, the organizer, said the motivation for this event is also due to the dissatisfaction over the police investigation.
“My main reason for doing this is because it seems like it is in the process of being swept under the mat,” he said.
Clay, who was 23, was found with a gunshot wound to her forehead early Monday morning in an alley behind the 4500 block of West Jackson Boulevard. Area North detectives are investigation the case and no suspects are in custody. Initial information obtained from police and the Cook County Medical Examiner’s office could not confirm her gender identity.
Turner, who runs a program for transgender women called Women of Many Voices of which Clay was a member, has taken it upon himself to be a voice for the now silenced Clay.