A local father. Loudspeaker County, Virginia, who was arrested by police at a school board meeting in June, has accused its members of trying to cover up their daughter’s alleged sexual assault by a transgender person.
Scott Smith He was arrested in August and charged with disorderly conduct. A video Shows It Attempts were made to make remarks at a June 22 Loudoun County School Board meeting, but law enforcement officers were physically dragged away. It Out first They Could do.
Mr. Smith, According to Loudspeaker Now, he was sentenced to 10 days in prison, a sentence that was suspended for one year for good behavior. Video featuring Mr. SmithThe arrest went viral and was used by the National School Boards Association for suggestion. of that The operation could be a form of “domestic terrorism”.
However, according to one Reports In the Daily Wire, what was unknown at the time was that on May 28, a boy allegedly wearing a skirt entered the girls’ bathroom at Stonebridge High School, where They Allegedly raped Mr. SmithNinth grade daughter
Although the juvenile’s record was sealed. SmithHis lawyer said the boy was forced to face two counts of forced sodomy, one count of sodomy and one count of forced crime related to an incident at the school that day.
Before Mr. SmithArrest at school board meeting Loudspeaker County Public Schools (LCPS) Superintendent Scott Ziegler claims that “the hunter is not just a transgender student or person.” “To our knowledge, we have no record of the attacks on our toilets,” he said.
The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to the news site that there was a May 28 report that listed “crime: forced sodomy.” [and] Sex battery at Stonebridge High School.
The sheriff’s office arrested the suspect two months after the investigation began.
Mr. SmithThe 48-year-old plumber appeared on Fox News with Laura Ingram on Tuesday night and revealed that the accused had been charged with sexual assault and kidnapping at a high school in another area since the teenage boy.
“We were under the impression from the prosecutor that the sex hunter was under house arrest with an ankle monitor and would not return to school until the court session was over.” Smith Said. “You are innocent unless you are guilty – I understand that. But we have to protect everyone at the same time.