Home 1d:2 Loudoun County, Va., Boy Found Guilty in Bathroom Attack. Girl Admits Prior...

Loudoun County, Va., Boy Found Guilty in Bathroom Attack. Girl Admits Prior Sex


Loudoun County, Va., Boy Found Guilty in Bathroom Attack. Girl Admits Prior Sex

Loudoun County, Va., Boy Found Guilty in Bathroom Attack. Girl Admits Prior Sex
12963734/iStock/Getty Images Plus

The “gender-fluid” boy accused of sexually assaulting a girl in a high-school restroom in Loudoun County, Virginia, is guilty. But news reports about the hearing in juvenile and domestic relations court show that the story is cloudier than previously reported.

The rape became a national story when the girl’s father was arrested and hauled out of a Loudoun County school-board meeting. As well, board members and the superintendent falsely claimed no such bathroom assaults had occurred as a result of the county’s dangerous “transgender” restroom policy.

At that point, the affair included the county’s Gadarene rush to push woke policies on “transgenders” into the schools, including bathrooms and using the “correct” pronouns, the ensuing bathroom rape because a boy was in the girls’ restroom, and the unjust arrest of the father.

But at the hearing where the judge found the boy guilty, the girl admitted she had sex with the boy in the restroom more than once. That raises another issue.

The county’s “transgender” restroom policy won’t just result in sexual assaults when boys invade the girls’ restrooms. The policy also eases the way for consensual sexual shenanigans.

Rape and Charges

The boy assaulted the girl at Stone Bridge High School on May 28, as The New American has reported, after which Scott Smith confronted school officials on the campus. They called the cops, Superintendent Scott Ziegler wrote to the school board, because Smith caused trouble.

Authorities charged the boy with forcible sodomy and fellatio and put him under house arrest. He returned to another school, where he assaulted another girl on October 6, police allege. Police charged him with abduction and sexual battery.

Early this month, Smith showed up at the school-board meeting, where Ziegler and school-board members dismissed any worries about bathroom assaults related to the county’s imprudent “transgender” policy.

“We’ve heard it several times tonight from our public speakers, but the predator transgender student or person simply does not exist,” Ziegler told school board members.

That wasn’t true, as Smith’s attorney, Bill Stanley, explained. 

The county’s bathroom policy “directly resulted in the brutal rape of the Smith’s daughter,” he said. “It only takes an instant to see how Loudoun County Schools have adversely affected this family, and have harmed their daughter.”

As well, Ziegler’s e-mail showed that he and school-board members knew Smith’s daughter was assaulted.

The Smiths are suing the school system. Permitting the boy to re-enter school, which led to the assault of the second girl, shows the schools neglected to protect their daughter, they claim.

Verdict, Previous Hookup

While the judge found the boy guilty on Monday of one felony count of forcible sodomy and one felony count of forcible fellatio, a twist surfaced when the girl testified, WTOP reported:

Prosecutor Barry Zweig said the two teens chatted daily on the Discord app, in the weeks leading up to the May 28, 2021, incident at Stone Bridge High School, in Ashburn.

The teens had “sexually charged conversations,” and had engaged in consensual sexual relations twice in weeks prior, in a bathroom at the school.

On May 28, the boy texted the girl and asked her to meet him in the girls bathroom, and she agreed. However, during that encounter, he forced himself on her, without her consent.…

During cross-examination by defense attorney William Mann, the girl acknowledged she hadn’t told investigators initially about the consensual encounters.

Mann, WTOP reported, said the previous sex led the boy to believe the rendezvous on May 28 would be another tryst, apparently under the guise of “gender fluidity.” 

The prosecutor repeatedly asked the girl whether she consented to sex that day. “Never,” she said.

And so the judge found the boy guilty.

The guilty verdict won’t deter the Smiths from their lawsuit.

“The Smith family stands stronger than ever in moving forward to ensure that those responsible in the Loudoun County School system are held accountable, so that this may never happen again to anyone else’s child,” Stanley said.

Published at Wed, 27 Oct 2021 20:27:42 +0000

Attribution – For more Information here is the Article Post Source: https://thenewamerican.com/loudoun-county-va-boy-found-guilty-in-bathroom-attack-girl-admits-prior-sex/

Previous articleRishi Sunak warned Budget ‘is not going to feel great’ as tax burden is highest for 70 years
Next articleProfit Falls at GM and Ford as Chip Shortage Takes Toll