Sheriff's spokesman Larry Mc Kinnon said it wasn't until the medical examiner made a biological determination that investigators began referring to India Clarke as a man.
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Before she left for the night, she told her father she loved him. Three days later, India Clarke was found dead near a playground.
She was the victim of a homicide, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office. The agency initially identified the victim, a 25-year-old transgender woman by the name she was given at birth, as Samuel Elijah Clarke. The Sheriff's Office and the local media have since been criticized locally and nationally for misidentifying her gender.
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