Could a conflict of interest be another reason for the cover-up of the rape of a 5-year-old girl by three refugee boys? Are the seven refugees who serve on the Twin Falls police force biased to the refugee boys who perpetrated the crime?
Twin Falls, Idaho is the home of the College of Southern Idaho’s Refugee Program. Since 1983, “the CSIRP has resettled more than 2500 refugees from a variety of different continents. The program has brought millions of federal dollars to the area, benefiting local businesses.”
A cover-up seems to be underway in the Twin Falls Idaho, as the rape of five-year-old girl, at the hands of three young boys, is just now being vaguely mentioned by the local news. The sexual assault occurred on June 2, but was not reported for five days, and within that report, the sterile nature, the ‘scrubbing of vital information” is evident.
It is not a matter of “he said, she said”, as the assault was videoed by the 13-year-old boy and is now in the hands of police. The sick evidence on that phone, grabbed by the little girl’s mom speaks against the perpetrators.
The problem seems to lie in the fact that they boys are underage and Syrian Refugees from the local SCI Refugee Center in Twin Falls. Perhaps the media is covering it up on their own, or maybe, based on the recent events at the Twin Falls City Council meeting, there is pressure to keep the story buried as long as possible.
Perhaps part of the cover-up is because those who are investigating have a personal vested interest in those coming through the Refugee Center and should be taken off the case so justice can be served for the little girl.
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