Tuesday, June 28, 2016

I didn't think the goverment could do this

WNDReaction to threatening comments from President Obama’s U.S. attorney in Idaho following the release of two Muslim boys accused of sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl have been swift and severe.

Wendy J. Olson, the U.S. attorney for Idaho, indicated in a statement Friday that Idahoans who spread “false or inflammatory information” about the alleged Muslim perpetrators may be subject to prosecution. The boys accused are ages 14, 10 and 7, and their families have been evicted from the Fawnbrook Apartments in Twin Falls, where the assault allegedly took place.

The two older boys are immigrants from Sudan and the youngest is from Iraq. They are believed to be refugees but the government has yet to say exactly how they entered the country, only that they have come “within the last two years.”

The Olson statement that is drawing fire from First Amendment advocates is as follows:
“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.”
She made the comment after some websites published erroneous information that the girl was “gang raped” at “knifepoint” by “Syrian refugees.”


ricpic said...

No, the federal government's not our enemy, what a preposterous thing to think!

Lem said...

They attacked a special needs girl.

edutcher said...

She really can't do that.

Note the use of the word "may". This is a Lynchian bluff on her part. She was appointed by Pissy because she just loves the Moslems. Somebody else Trump will have to fire.

Methadras said...

There is no way that anyone could be prosecuted for speaking about this. It's disgusting how these motherfuckers protect these sub-human savages and for what?

ndspinelli said...

Trump might be right, that Obama is giving aid and comfort to the enemy ala Jane Fonda.

Methadras said...

What more needs to be said here? Obama is a stealth taqiyya muslim and he is the traitor at the gate. it's that simple at this point. His history says as much.