Rogue VA Prosecutor Taken Off of School Assault Case

A Northern Virginia judge has ordered rogue prosecutor Buta Biberaj to be removed from a case involving charges against a Loudoun County father speaking up about the sexual assault of his daughter at a school board meeting in 2021:

A Virginia judge has booted liberal Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj from an appeal case citing "concerns" over "impartiality." The case involves a Virginia father who was arrested last year while speaking out at a school board meeting after his daughter was sexually assaulted in a public school bathroom by a male student. . .

"The concerns about the public confidence in the integrity of the prosecution as well as the Defendant’s concerns regarding the impartiality of the Commonwealth’s Attorney are sufficiently grounded. As a result, the integrity of the Defendant’s due process rights is in jeopardy and must be protected," [Judge] Plowman wrote.

Earlier this year, Judge Plowman removed Biberaj from another case he mishandled: 

At issue is the burglary case against Kevin Enrique Valle, a local man charged with three misdemeanors and two felony burglary counts — who got a six-month plea deal from Biberaj’s office despite a lengthy criminal history.

In a May 26 ruling, Plowman said claims from prosecutors that Valle “has no prior adult convictions” nor “been convicted of a felony” was misleading.

“While technically true, this sanitizes the facts by screening the court from the knowledge that there are numerous pending adult felony matters and that the defendant pled guilty just two days prior, on Dec. 27, 2021, to three related felonies,” the judge wrote.

The judge said prosecutors in Biberaj’s office did not try the case “consistent with professional standards,” saying Valle is actually accused of “a possible 12-burglary crime spree” that covers four counties in a span of 10 days, WJLA said.

Biberaj is part of a cohort of rogue prosecutors in Northern Virginia whose elections were funded by Leftists to implement their radical agenda:

“Make no mistake these radical prosecutors are not an organic movement, they were picked, trained, and financed (very handsomely) to push an agenda,” Sean Kennedy, president and chairman of Virginians for Safe Communities, told The Federalist. . .

True to their word, the prosecutors set their leftist agendas in motion. They eliminated cash baillooked the other way on drug crimes (including remarkable leniency for a man accused of bringing 50 pounds of marijuana and 400 cartridges of hashish oil into the country through Ronald Reagan International Airport), failed to uphold victims’ rights, and dropped precursor cases, which can be vital to maintaining community safety, such as drunk drivingdomestic violence, and cruelty to animals (something Descano’s office tried to walk back after backlash for not caring enough about Fido).

While these elections often remain under the radar, the policies of rogue prosecutors have contributed to the rapid decline of public safety in the U.S.

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