A test case for a change
Robert Kosilek is as remarkable a man as you would ever want to meet. First, he’s a certified wife killer, having been convicted of taking a wire to the throat of his beloved Cheryl, then hiding her body in the trunk of their car in the parking lot of a North Attleboro mall. Then he showed up at his trial in a dress, calling himself Michelle, telling anyone who would listen that his inner woman was trying to overcome his, well, outer man. Even his lawyer seemed unsure whether to call him he or she.