Utah FBI Employee Charged with Sexually Assaulting Little Girls, Abusing ‘Position of Special Trust’ to Victimize Them
An FBI employee from Utah has been arrested and is being charged with molesting multiple children.
65-year-old Robert Alexander Smith is facing four felony counts of 1st-degree aggravated child sexual abuse, four class-A misdemeanor counts of lewdness involving a minor, and two class-B misdemeanor counts of lewdness. He is being accused of abusing his authority to sexually abuse children.
Smith was apprehended after a young girl said to her mom a revelation that made her “very uncomfortable,” describing how Smith forced her to touch him under his clothes in an inappropriate manner back in 2020. Four other victims were soon discovered, who described similar perverted interactions with Smith and also said that they were molested by the FBI employee, according to the court documents.
The arrest report claims that Smith “occupied a position of special trust as it pertains to the victims in this case.”
Big League Politics has reported on how the FBI turned a blind eye as Larry Nassir preyed upon countless young girls as USA Gymnastics doctor:
“The Biden Department of Justice (DOJ) has announced that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents who looked the other way while infamous pedophile Larry Nassar violated children will not be charged for their misdeeds.
The DOJ said on Thursday that following a “careful re-review of evidence,” the department “is adhering to its prior decision not to bring federal criminal charges.”