Two Afghan Evacuees Charged with Federal Crimes, Including Sexual Assault of a Minor
Two evacuees from Afghanistan have already been charged with federal crimes committed at a Wisconsin military base, in a development likely to raise concerns about the more than 100,000 persons brought to the United States in the wake of the country’s capitulation to the Taliban.
Bahrullah Noori, 20, is charged with attempting to engage in a sexual act with a minor through the use of force. Court documents indicate the victim was less than 16 years old. The serious federal felony could potentially merit him a life sentence in federal prison.
Mohammad Haroon Imaad, 32, has been charged with felony assault against his spouse, with an indictment alleging the Afghan national strangled and suffocated her.
Both men, who were lodged at Fort McCoy as recent evacuees from Kabul, made their initial court appearances in the city of Madison and are being detained at the Dane County Jail. They’re scheduled for arraignment before a federal magistrate judge on Thursday, and the Department of Justice says the criminal cases aren’t related.
Establishment media falsely claimed the 100,000+ citizens of Afghanistan evacuated from the country were all “translators” for the US military during the 20 year war in the country, or that they collaborated with the American government in some capacity. In reality, it appears that only a small minority of Afghan citizens evacuated from Kabul are legitimate US military employees who qualify for special immigrant visas.
Sources familiar with the refugee airlift have suggested the majority of those flown out of Afghanistan don’t qualify for US residency, with deportations to the country conveniently suspended.
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