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Soros gave $659K to Loudoun Co. prosecutor seeking jailtime for dad; she defends sending his daughter’s attacker to another school

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George Soros gave $659k to the Loudoun County prosecutor who is trying to jail the father whose daughter was raped by a man wearing a skirt thanks to the transgender bathroom policy.

A Soros-backed prosecutor in Virginia pushed to have the father of a teenager who was allegedly raped by a gender-fluid student jailed on two misdemeanor charges and then defended her decision to send the attacker to another school where he assaulted another student.

Scott Smith, the father of a Loudoun County ninth-grader who was reportedly raped in May, was photographed on June 22 being tackled and subdued by police officers during a school board meeting. He was handcuffed and dragged from the room after protesting during a discussion on proposed transgender policies. Smith lost his temper after the superintendent claimed that there had been no assault incidents by transgenders on school grounds. He was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj is one of a number of prosecutors in Virginia who have been backed by progressive mogul George Soros and adamantly supported ending mass incarceration in jails. She also allegedly has ties to Democratic Virginia gubernatorial nominee Terry McAuliffe

Biberaj stood behind the transfer of the 15-year-old boy accused of rape to Broad Run High School after the incident. He is accused of molesting a second student there. The unnamed attacker is now in juvenile detention awaiting a court appearance. He was originally charged with two counts of forcible sodomy and put on house arrest with an ankle monitor after attacking Smith’s daughter.

(Video Credit: Fox 5 Washington DC)

Biberaj defended moving the boy to another school, stressing that her decision was made on available information at the time and stated that the teen was not likely to re-offend.

“We believed based on the facts that he had no history of having done this prior to this offense that was alleged,” she asserted.

“I would ask this: for people to be patient because as we know what sometimes is reported initially is not then what the end result of all the facts are,” Biberaj told Fox 5.

She sought to personally prosecute Smith regardless of what had happened to his daughter, according to the Daily Wire.

“The idea that they would actually be seeking jail time, I’d guess in my 15 years the number of times I’ve seen that happen would be zero,” Smith’s attorney Elizabeth Lancaster said. “The idea that this is a person who we need to put in a cage was astounding to me given the social justice reform she was pushing. I was blown away.”

The father was given a suspended sentence of 10 days in jail, which is contingent on one year of good behavior. He is now suing the school district.

Biberaj was castigated earlier this month for dismissing hundreds of domestic violence cases after an accused wife-beater who was out on bond allegedly murdered his wife with a hammer. An advocacy group called Virginians for Safe Communities is leading a recall effort against Biberaj following that development, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

The progressive prosecutor has received more than $860,000 from Soros’ Justice and Public Safety PAC. She is a criminal reform advocate and a member of the Virginia Progressive Prosecutors for Justice, which calls for eliminating mandatory minimum sentences and cash bail.

She is also evidently a close ally of Terry McAuliffe’s, who reportedly accepted a $250,000 contribution from Soros as well for his campaign in August. Biberaj has praised McAulliffe as being “part of the progress” that Virginia needs. She joined the former Democratic governor on Oct. 2 at a campaign event in Leesburg.

McAuliffe has previously praised Biberaj as a “champion” for criminal justice reform. He campaigned and raised money for her in 2019, saying she would bring “real criminal justice reform” to Virginia.

The prosecutor was shredded on social media:

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