President Barack Obama’s top legal appointee in Idaho is threatening to prosecute Americans who criticize the federal immigration policies which enabled Sudanese and Iraqi Muslim migrants to perpetrate a vile sexual attack against a five-year-old girl in Twin Falls, Idaho.
A 14-year-old Sudanese refugee in Idaho coached a 10-year-old Sudanese and a 7-year-old Iraqi boy during the June 2 attack on the girl. The younger boys stripped the white five-year-old girl naked, touched her, and urinated on her clothes and in her mouth, while the older boy also took pictures. Their primitive abuse of the child might have continued, had it not been stopped by an elderly American who saw the older boy taking pictures at the laundry room where the boys had cornered the little girl.
Since then, locals have begun to furiously criticize the federal program that is sending migrants into their formerly peaceful city.
To reduce local protests, Obama appointee and U.S. Attorney Wendy J. Olson issued her scolding and threatening statement on Friday;
“The United States Attorney’s Office extends its support to the five-year-old victim of assault, and her family, at the Fawnbrook Apartments in Twin Falls. The United States Attorney’s Office further encourages community members in Twin Falls and throughout Idaho to remain calm and supportive, to pay close attention to the facts that have been released by law enforcement and the prosecuting attorney, and to avoid spreading false rumors and inaccuracies.”
Olson openly threatened to suppress Americans’ speech if they talked about the Third World Muslims imported into their neighborhoods;
Grant Loebs is an experienced prosecutor, and Chief Craig Kingsbury is an experienced law enforcement officer. They are moving fairly and thoughtfully in this case. As Mr. Loebs and Chief Kingsbury informed the public, the subjects in this case are juveniles, ages 14, 10 and 7. The criminal justice system, whether at the state or federal level, requires that juveniles be afforded a specific process with significant restrictions on the information that can be released. The fact that the subjects are juveniles in no way lessens the harm to or impact on the victim and her family. The spread of false information or inflammatory or threatening statements about the perpetrators or the crime itself reduces public safety and may violate federal law. We have seen time and again that the spread of falsehoods about refugees divides our communities. I urge all citizens and residents to allow Mr. Loebs and Chief Kingsbury and their teams to do their jobs. (Emphasis added.)
How the Obama administration plans to prosecute and punish private citizens who debate federal immigration policy or the crime is not clear.
Olson’s statement echoes Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s December 2015 pronouncement to take “aggressive action” against Americans who criticize Muslims with speech that supposedly “edges towards violence.” That threat was made just one day after two Muslims in San Bernardino slaughtered 14 Americans and wounded another 22.
Lynch fretted about “the incredibly disturbing rise of anti-Muslim rhetoric” at a Muslim Advocates dinner, telling them “that fear is my greatest fear.”
She backtracked after sparking a national uproar.
The child sex attackers have been released from an Idaho detention center back into the arms of their smiling families, but have been evicted from their apartments. The landlord called the crime “truly horrific” but that attack and following events “have focused our collective attention on the complexities of living in a culturally diverse society.”
After the Idaho attack was revealed, officials minimized any explanations to the worried public. That clampdown causing some locals to speculate that Syrian refugees perpetrated the attack. Also, initial reports that refugees gang-raped the victim at knifepoint proved not to be true, but Muslim advocacy groups in the U.S. and the refugee-supporters in the establishment press used the debunking of those initial rumors to downplay the girl’s suffering at the hands of her foreign attackers under the rug.
The refugee resettlement industry is very secretive because very few Americans want poor, unskilled and culturally antagonistic migrants to settle in their communities. For example, one Vermont-based refugee manager urged supporters in 2015 that “I cannot emphasize enough the importance of not sharing the information” with the public.