Soros-Backed Official Removed From Case Involving Minor

(PresidentialWire.com)- A judge in Virginia has dismissed a liberal Loudoun County prosecutor from a case involving the father of a girl who a 15-year-old boy sexually assaulted in a public school toilet after the latter used the facility’s lenient transgender regulations to gain entry.

At Stone Bridge High School in Ashburn, Virginia, in May of last year, the unnamed student attacked Scott Smith’s daughter, prompting school administrators to deny the girl had been sexually assaulted after she reported it.

The school’s gender-neutral toilets, where the rape took place, were confirmed by authorities during a meeting of the Loudoun County school board one month later.

After teachers falsely claimed they hadn’t received accusations of sex assaults in the girls’ restrooms, Smith reacted angrily and was hauled out of a school board meeting by police in images captured on camera and went viral.

Due to his age, the media will not name the 15-year-old attacker who sexually assaulted Smith’s daughter and another girl in a different school in October. The attacker has subsequently been found guilty of both offenses.

Buta Biberaj is one of several “woke” district attorneys funded by Democratic Party donor and billionaire George Soros.

Biberaj has come under fire for the way she handled the case.

A judge substantiated charges of forcible sodomy and fellatio, the juvenile equivalent of a conviction, and the boy was sentenced to 15 years in prison.

As a result of her hesitation to bring charges against the child, Biberaj has come under fire for how she has run her office. One former prosecutor claimed staff members were “pushed to bond people out in domestic violence situations.”

Biberaj supported the option to transfer the kid to a different school, stating that it was based on the knowledge available at the time and the belief that it was unlikely the teen would commit another crime.

On the other hand, Smith was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest for the outburst in June, during which he claimed the school board was covering up the attack, which was later determined to be a rape.

Loudoun County Circuit Court Judge James Plowman has dismissed a prosecutor for the second time in as many months after she was found guilty of misconduct related to a board meeting. Smith is now attempting to appeal the remaining charge. The matter has been moved to a different county, and Eric Olsen, the Commonwealth’s Attorney for Stafford, is now in charge of the appeal for Smith’s disorderly conduct.