Loudoun County prosecutor Buta Biberaj defended the decision to transfer a boy accused of sexually assaulting a female student in a girl’s bathroom to a different high school in the same school district late last week, telling local media that the boy had no prior record. The Daily Wire reported, earlier in October, that Scott Smith’s daughter was allegedly raped in a high school bathroom by a male student who reportedly identifies as “gender-fluid.” Smith’s face was splashed across news networks and his arrest was used as an example of challenging behavior by parents in a letter from the National School Board Association (NSBA) to the Department of Justice, demanding the DOJ investigate confrontations before they become “domestic terrorism or hate crimes.” The 15-year-old student, who was, according to Smith, charged with several counts of sexual assault, including a charge of forcible rape and a charge of forcible sodomy — ostensibly violent crimes. The student, however, was transferred to another school within the same district and, reportedly, went on to commit a second sexual assault.
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Scott Smith, a 48-year-old plumber from Virginia, was arrested on June 22. He had been protesting at a Loudoun County School Board meeting. Smith was dragged out of the room before he could share his point — he says his daughter was sexually assaulted on May 28 by a boy in the girls’ bathroom. Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj pushed to have Smith jailed for the outburst, despite being pro-criminal justice reform. She has also defended her decision to back sending the alleged attacker to another school in the district, where he allegedly molested another girl. A Virginia prosecutor who ran on ending mass-incarceration in jails pushed to have a father who was dragged out of a Loudoun County school board meeting jailed on two misdemeanor charges despite him claiming his daughter had been raped. Scott Smith was photographed on June 22 being arrested and dragged out of the heated meeting with his torso exposed in Leesburg, Virginia after he protested its proposed transgender policies. The 48-year-old plumber was ridiculed on social media afterwards and was painted by the left to be a deranged, right-wing bigot.
Things are happening in regards to January 6. You might not know it because a lot of it hasn’t gotten much press, especially from the likes of media milksops Rachel Madcow and Don Lemon. And for once, it isn’t all bad news. 1) Two Washington D.C. officials have been held in contempt of court for their treatment of January 6 defendant and Proud Boy Chris Worrell. […] 2) The FBI quietly admitted in August that they couldn’t find proof that January 6 was a planned “insurrection.” One insider went so far as to say that 90-95% of protestors who entered the Capitol were “one-offs.” […] 3) Trump-appointed federal judge Trevor McFadden recently stated that the Department of Justice (DOJ) is treating January 6 suspects with more fervor than they used in regards to Antifa and BLM riots in Washington, D.C. […] 4) Not all the news is good. Judge Chutkan, appointed by Obama, is routinely handing down sentences harsher than what prosecutors are asking for. […] 5) Due to the Democrats’ desperate need to keep January 6 relevant, they are now voting to hold former Trump advisor Steve Bannon in contempt of court for not complying with a subpoena. Bannon is refusing to play ball with the committee.
David Amess, 69, was killed while meeting with constituents on Friday. Shocked and saddened by the killing of a long-serving British MP on Friday, Canadian politicians say the threat of a similar incident in Canada appears to be growing. David Amess, 69, was fatally stabbed around noon on Friday while meeting with constituents in Leigh-on-Sea, a town about 62 kilometres east of London. The Conservative lawmaker had been a member of Parliament for 38 years. “The MP who was murdered was doing something that we all do as members of Parliament,” said Lisa Raitt, a former Conservative MP and cabinet minister. “When it’s part of your job, and a fundamental part of your job, it really shook me up.” For Canadian politicians who have faced harassment and threats of violence, Amess’s death was a startling reminder of the danger that can come with serving as an elected official. “News like this … I saw this and it just really hit me in the gut,” said Michelle Rempel Garner, the Conservative MP for Calgary Nose Hill. Police in the U.K. have arrested a 25-year-old man in connection with Amess’s death. He has not been identified.
Loudoun County Public Schools did not record multiple known incidents of alleged sexual assault in schools dating back several years, despite a law that requires statistics about school safety incidents to be reported to the public and which includes provisions holding school superintendents personally liable for violations, a Daily Wire review of public records found. After The Daily Wire raised the discrepancy with the Virginia Department of Education, VDOE spokesman Charles Pyle said that “VDOE is reviewing the discipline, crime and violence data submissions of Loudoun County Public Schools and is in communication with LCPS to determine whether the division’s reporting is accurate and whether the division is in compliance with state and federal law.” The same law could have implications for a Loudoun superintendent or principal in the wake of a May 28 alleged sexual assault in a bathroom — an incident first reported by The Daily Wire Monday. On June 22, Superintendent Scott Ziegler told the public, “To my knowledge, we don’t have any record of assaults occurring in our restrooms.”
Judicial Watch acquired almost 500 pages of documents from a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit they filed last May. What did they learn? Ashli Babbitt was unarmed and there are conflicting reports as to whether or not she was given a verbal warning. Some of the pages in the report are completely redacted. “These previously secret records show there was no good reason to shoot and kill Ashli Babbitt,” stated Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “The Biden-Garland Justice Department and the Pelosi Congress have much to answer for the over the mishandling and cover-up of this scandalous killing of an American citizen by the U.S. Capitol Police.” The documents also show that Lt. Michael Byrd, the Capitol Police officer who killed Babbitt, was upset after the shooting, which is a change from the defiant remarks he made to Lester Holt about how he “showed the utmost courage” on January 6 and “saved countless lives” by shooting the unarmed Babbitt. […] Page 33 of the documents shows that Lt. Byrd refused to give a statement before speaking with his attorney. Byrd was twice exonerated for killing Babbitt. FACT-O-RAMA! Ashli Babbit, an unarmed Air Force veteran, was the only person killed by violence on January 6.