Town where Muslims assaulted 5-year-old wants more refugees
In the same week that three refugee boys pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 5-year-old girl in Twin Falls, Idaho, the mayor and council floated the idea of passing a resolution declaring Twin Falls a “welcoming city” for illegals and refugees.
On Tuesday, three refugee boys — two from Iraq ages 7 and 10, and one from Sudan aged 14 — pleaded guilty in juvenile court to multiple counts of sex crimes in an incident that occurred last June at Fawnbrook Apartments in Twin Falls. It was there where a 5-year-old girl with special needs was lured into a laundry room, stripped of her clothing and sexually assaulted while the oldest boy filmed the entire incident.
They urinated on the girl, in her mouth, and committed other lewd acts captured on the video.
Lacy Peterson and her little girl, who was the victim of a sexual assault last June, allegedly by boys from Iraq and Sudan, at the Fawnbrook Apartments in Twin Falls.
Sentencing for the juvenile criminals will take place at a later date. The sentencing date is being kept secret by the court.
“We are thankful they admitted to the crime and pleaded guilty. Finally we can get justice for our daughter and can heal,” Lacy Peterson, the little girl’s mother, told WND.
The family is still considering filing a civil suit against the families of the refugee boys and possibly against the College of Southern Idaho, which places refugees from several Third World countries into the Twin Falls area.
WND reported last week the girl’s family has endured nearly 10 months of public shaming and downplaying of the crime by powerful elites who support continued refugee resettlement in Idaho and nationwide.