The Idaho government has recently publicized its policy of institutionalized protection of child molesters who prey on and teach others to abuse Down Syndrome (DS) children. Apparently, DS children and their parents aren’t believable. DS children make things up. They exaggerate. They don’t even understand what they are saying, and can’t talk like “normal people.”
Sexual abuse really isn’t sexual abuse because a DS child can’t prove she was assaulted, even when a perpetrator’s video recording does. Abuse isn’t abuse in Idaho especially when it’s a disabled female child or woman. (Sign the petition and help support her family.)
What happened on June 2 and August 8, 2016, evidence multiple crimes of varying levels of injustice.
First, is the actual sexual abuse of a five-year-old DS girl perpetrated by three boys (14, 10, and 7). They took her from where she playing outside of her apartment on a summer day to a laundry facility on the apartment complex property where they sexually assaulted her.
A neighbor found her with her clothes torn off, with three males who were also naked. The neighbor told the parents, who brought their daughter home and called the police. (This was such an important crime in the small town of Twin Falls that it took the police over two and a half hours to arrive.)
Next, it was discovered that the teenager recorded the assault on his phone. The 4 min. video shows him coaching the younger two on how to sexually assault the 5-year-old DS girl, by pinning her against the wall and urinating in her mouth.
Normally this would be a slam-dunk case, except it isn’t because the perpetrators are Muslim refugees from Sudan and Iraq receiving special privileges compared to non-Muslim refugees and U.S. citizens. Worse still, government officials have openly expressed hostility to the victim’s family, treating them as if they were criminals.
Second, before the police arrived, the burka-clad mother of one of the boys came to the victim’s apartment and demanded in broken English to the victim’s mother: “No police, everything ok.” Later, the victim’s mother reported that two Middle Eastern men threatened her– saying they would “come after her” if she legally pursued the case.
Third, residents expressed outrage at a Twin Falls City Council meeting, claiming that they had warned government officials last year that the secretive refugee resettlement program was deliberately importing criminal behavior into their community. (They also created a petition and a GoFundMe page to support the family.)
The most egregious facts of the case include: public officials actually remarking that DS girl’s claims and those of the three adult witnesses, and the video recording of the assault, didn’t reflect what happened (although they won’t state what did occur).
They actually blamed the victim’s family and supportive community for “spreading lies.” Worse still, and unprecedented, is that the Obama-appointed U.S. Attorney for Idaho threatened to prosecute people in the town if they continued to discuss the crime in an unacceptable manner.
Twin Falls county prosecutor Grant Loebs said: “There was no gang-rape” and false claims were “being spread to incite anti-refugee sentiments.”
The U.S. Attorney took
the highly unusual step of intervening in a local criminal case … [by] threaten[ing] the community and media with federal prosecution if they ‘spread false information or inflammatory statements about the perpetrators.'”
In response, Pamela Geller exclaimed:
Have you ever heard of a federal prosecutor in any other sexual assault case threatening the public on behalf of the perpetrators?
“Clearly there is a cover-up going on, intended to keep Americans ignorant and complacent about the dangers of the migrant influx.”
Twin Falls, Idaho, isn’t communist China. Anyone can report the facts as a journalist or discuss and protest as a citizen. Freedom of the press, free speech, and freedom to petition the government for a redress of grievances are all protected by the First Amendment.
The act of public officials ignoring the law does not invalidate the law. The law is still the law.
Finally, the crime of August 8, 2016 evidences a pattern of Twin Falls officials and the media minimizing or denying the reality that Muslim refugees are committing specific hate crimes against females with disabilities.
This time, an adult man, Mohammed Hussein I. Eldai, was arrested and charged with sexual abuse of a vulnerable “developmentally delayed” woman. KMVT reported that according to court documents, Eldai: “admitted to touching and exposing himself to the victim with the intention of having intercourse with her. Officers placed him under arrest and transported him to the Twin Falls County Jail …”
This is the same man KMVT interviewed and promoted as a “moderate Muslim” after the June 14 Orlando Pulse night-club shooting. In a segment about the benevolent Twin Falls Muslim refugee community, Eldai said just weeks before committing his crime:
These bad people they do this stuff in the name of Islam, and Islam doesn’t say it like that. Now the picture of Islam is getting worse because, I don’t know. I… hope these people are going to give up.”
After the interview, Breitbart News called out the station’s dishonest reporting, after which the KMVT reporter labeled Breitbart “racist.” (Newsflash: neither Islamic ideology nor Muslims are a race.)
And the denial continued. The mayor refused an interview with Breitbart News about refugee-related crime, because he argued, its news coverage was “anti-Muslim.” (The logical conclusion being, he is only interested in speaking to the press to promote “pro-Muslim news,” not about the facts as his duty as mayor.)
These officials clearly have communicated their own willing participation in criminal negligence. According to Idaho law, rape, sexual abuse, and sexual battery were still illegal this summer. As were hate crimes, which are defined as “criminal offense committed against a person or property which is motivated in whole or in part, by the offender’s bias against a race/national origin, religion, sexual-orientation, mental/physical disability or ethnicity.”
But hate crimes don’t occur in Twin Falls, Idaho. Just discrimination against mentally disabled females, who are targeted because of their mental and physical developmental deficiencies and gender.
The U.S. Attorney for Idaho and the Twin Falls county prosecutor appear to have broken several laws, violated their oaths of office, and participated in criminal negligence of hate crimes. They can be legally removed from office by the State’s office of the Inspector General, which is tasked with removing government officials who cover up and/or commit crimes. The U.S. Attorney can be prosecuted for violating federal law (5 U.S.C. 3331, 5 U.S.C. 7311, Executive Order 10450). They both can be disbarred and have several ethics charges filed against them.
House arrest of predators is not following the law. Not protecting vulnerable women and girls is a dereliction of sworn duty to uphold the law. But when the law’s up against justice in Idaho, they both lose.