As thousands of Afghan refugees rescued by the US Government are resettled in American cities, never forget that hundreds if not thousands of Americans were stranded in Taliban-controlled Kabul.
The White House promised that the vetting process for the Afghans coming into the United States was robust and would weed out any persons wishing to commit crimes or do harm to America.
“Before anyone who is evacuated from Afghanistan comes to this country, they undergo a rigorous vet from counterterrorism professionals, Homeland Security professionals, law enforcement professionals with the aid and assistance of our Intelligence Community,” Ned Price promised reporters.
But like all things with the Biden Administration, the American people are often told one thing while the federal government does the opposite.
The Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that a federal grand jury indicted two Afghan refugees with crimes relating to sexually assaulting a minor and domestic violence while staying at Fort McCoy, Wisconsin.
The press release stated that 20-year-old Bahrullah Noori was charged “with attempting to engage in a sexual act with a minor using force against that person.” The DOJ said Bahrullah Noori is accused of engaging in sexual acts with three victims who “had not attained the age of 16 years and were at least four years younger” than him.
According to a New York Post report, “The indictment specifically alleges that Noori touched the genitalia of one of his victims on three separate occasions while at Fort McCoy.” The attacks allegedly took place in one of the barracks and also the bathroom.
Noori is also charged with one count alleging the use of force. According to the DOJ, “if convicted, Noori faces a mandatory minimum penalty of 30 years and a maximum of life in federal prison on the charges alleging use of force, and a maximum penalty of 15 years on the other two charges.”
In a separate case, the DOJ said on September 7, a husband, Mohammad Haroon Imaad, was charged with assaulting his wife by strangling and suffocating her. According to the press release, if Imaad is convicted, he faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.
The same report stated that during the investigation into Imaad, his wife “alleged that her husband had raped her in addition to abusing her verbally and physically.” The report claimed she told investigators Imaad threatened to “send her back to Afghanistan where the Taliban could deal with her.”
Imaad also allegedly told his wife that she would die like the other nine women at Fort McCoy.
Both Imaad and Noori are being detained at the Dane County Jail after appearing in the US District Court in Madison, Wisconsin.
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