Woke Loudoun County prosecutor criticized for helping prison father whose daughter ‘was raped by boy in skirt in girls bathroom’: DEFENDS decision to send ‘assassin’ to another school ‘where he struck again’
- Scott Smith, a 48-year-old plumber from Virginia, was arrested on June 22
- He had protested at a meeting of the Loudoun County School Board
- Smith was dragged out of the room before he could share his point – he says his daughter was sexually assaulted by a boy in the girls’ bathroom on May 28
- Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney Buta Biberaj urged Smith to be jailed for the outburst
A Virginia prosecutor poised to end mass incarceration in prisons urged a father to be dragged out of a Loudoun County school board meeting on two felony charges.
Scott Smith was photographed on June 22 being arrested and dragged from the heated upper-body encounter in Leesburg, Virginia, after he protested the proposal transgender policy.
The 48-year-old plumber was ridiculed on social media afterwards and was portrayed by the left as a deranged, right-wing bigot.
But Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney Buta Biberaj insisted that Smith be jailed for his outburst.
On June 22, Scott Smith was dragged out of a Loudoun County school board meeting after listening to the school board justifying his transgender bathroom policies. He says he tried to tell the room that his daughter had been raped by a boy ‘wearing a skirt’ in the girls’ bathroom several weeks earlier and that the school ignored it
Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney Buta Biberaj urged Smith to be jailed for the outburst
But last week it was revealed that he was trying to tell the room that his daughter had been raped by a gender-fluid student at school in the girls’ toilets several weeks earlier.
In an interview with The Daily Wire, Buta Biberaj, Commonwealth Attorney of Loudoun County, who was described as a “progressive” attorney general who had run for office and campaigned to end ‘mass incarceration’, pushing for jail time against Smith, who was slammed with charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.
Biberaj appeared in court to personally sue Smith, despite knowing the details of the case involved his daughter.
Smith’s attorney claims she was shocked when the charges were not dropped.
Smith was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. He said he tried to control himself after listening to school staff that they had never had a report of sexual assault in a bathroom, while his daughter reported it weeks earlier.
“The idea that they would actually get jail time, I think in my 15 years the number of times I’ve seen that happen would be zero,” said Elizabeth Lancaster. “The idea that this is a person we should put in a cage was astonishing to me, given the social justice reform she pushed for. I was amazed.’
Smith was given a 10-day suspended sentence, subject to one year of good conduct.
The 15-year-old student was charged with two counts of forced sodomy in the case and later arrested.
The teen was given an ankle monitor and was also transferred to another school where he was later charged with assaulting another female student in October. He is now in a juvenile detention center.
Biberaj defended the decision to move the student to another school, stressing that the choice was made based on the information at the time and the belief that the teen was unlikely to repeat himself.
“Based on the facts, we believed he had not done so prior to this alleged crime,” Biberaj said.
“I would like to ask this: If people are patient because as we know what is sometimes reported initially, that is not what the end result of all the facts is,” Biberaj told Fox 5.
Smith is shown on the left, with his wife Jessica. The 48-year-old plumber (pictured right at work) says he was only trying to stand up for his daughter and other people’s children
Smith says Loudoun County schools were doing their best to protect the child – “a sexual predator.” The school has not yet responded.
“It was so hard to shut up and wait for this. It’s the most powerless thing I’ve ever experienced,” he said.
My wife and I are gay and lesbian friendly.
“We don’t like this transgender thing for kids. The person who assaulted our daughter is apparently bisexual and occasionally wears dresses because he likes them.
“So this kid isn’t technically what the school board was arguing about.
“The thing is, kids use it as an advantage to get into the bathrooms,” he said.
Scott and Jessica Smith’s daughter told teachers on May 28 that she had been raped by a boy wearing a skirt who was allowed to use the girls’ toilets. The boy, who has not been named, was arrested two months later on charges of forced sodomy