Soros DA booted from case of Loudoun Co dad whose daughter was raped in school: ‘Restored his hope for a fair trial’

Soros-supported prosecutor Buta Biberaj has been booted by a Virginia judge from an appeal case for the father of a student who was raped by a boy wearing a skirt at a school in Loudoun County in 2021.

“All that Scott Smith and his family have ever asked for is that the Loudoun County school system protect their daughter and treat them fairly; it has not,” Bill Stanley, who is the attorney for the father, Scott Smith, stated in a press release Monday according to Fox News Digital.

“The Court’s Order today has corrected, in some measure, the injustice created by Ms. Biberaj’s bias against Mr. Smith, and the Court has restored his hope for a fair trial on the remaining charge against him in his quest to protect his beloved daughter. We are very grateful for the Court’s ruling,” Stanley commented.

Smith attended a school board meeting in 2021 to speak out against the school’s failure to protect his daughter from a cross-dressing predator following her sexual assault in a bathroom in May at Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn. A video surfaced after the meeting showing police cuffing, roughing up, and dragging out the plumber who accused the board of a cover-up of the assault.

The male student’s identity was never released. He was charged with sexual assault at two separate high schools and was found guilty in 2022.

The father was convicted of two misdemeanors following the school board meeting. The charges included disorderly conduct and obstruction of justice. Circuit Court Judge James Plowman had previously dismissed Smith’s count of obstruction of justice and the father is now attempting to appeal the disorderly conduct count.

Plowman ordered on Sept. 2 that a special prosecutor be appointed in Smith’s appeal which effectively removed Biberaj and her office from the case.

“There is insufficient evidence to determine whether or not a direct conflict exists that would mandate removal and/or disqualification of the Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office,” Plowman’s order contends.

“The concerns about the public confidence in the integrity of the prosecution as well as the Defendant’s concerns regarding the impartiality of the Commonwealth’s Attorney are sufficiently grounded. As a result, the integrity of the Defendant’s due process rights is in jeopardy and must be protected,” the judge charged.

“A fair system of criminal justice that is void of both bias and political agendas is the cornerstone of a free society,” Smith said in a comment from his press release that was given to Fox News Digital. “From the beginning, Ms. Biberaj has sought to make an example of me for simply standing up to defend my daughter at the now infamous Loudoun County School Board meeting. Buta Biberaj has demonstrated a bias against me throughout the court proceedings, and she has continued to fan the flames of those who would label parents like me who stand in protection of their kids against dangerous school policies as being ‘domestic terrorists.’”

“Nothing could be further from the truth,” he asserted.

“Buta’s off the case that’s what we wanted. On to fair equal justice hopefully. We look forward to clearing our name, my name, and the family’s name. It hasn’t been a really good look,” Smith remarked, according to ABC 7 News.

“I’m surprised by the court’s decision since I was never given the opportunity to come back and have conversations about the disorderly conduct,” Biberaj told WTOP.

“Judge Plowman called me to ask if I was available,” Stafford County Commonwealth’s Attorney Eric Olsen told the media outlet. “As is often the case, a special prosecutor can be necessary because of potential conflict of interest.”

Stanley is adamant that Smith deserves a fair trial.

“Believe it or not, prosecutors are supposed to be impartial. They’re supposed to look at the facts, apply the law and if so, then prosecute. This seemed to turn very political, very quickly, in the battle in Loudoun County, between this prosecutor who had been funded by George Soros,” the attorney commented, asserting that Biberaj “took it upon herself to personally prosecute” the case.

This is not the first time that Plowman has kicked Biberaj’s office to the curb over a case. He booted her office from a serial burglary case in June for “deliberately misleading the Court and the public.”

“The Commonwealth is deliberately misleading the Court, and the public, in an effort to ‘sell’ the plea agreement for some reason that has yet to be explained,” Plowman stated.

“Biberaj and the Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office is hereby REMOVED AND DISQUALIFIED from further prosecution as counsel of record in this matter,” he wrote.

Plowman previously served as the Loudoun commonwealth’s attorney before Biberaj was elected in 2019. He is a Republican.

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