Breaking: Decision in Horrible Loudoun County Schools Rape Case

There’s breaking news in the horrible case of the young girl who was sexually assaulted in the Loudoun County Public School system that drew so much public attention.

A Judge ruled that the sexual assault that occurred on May 28 was “nonconsensual” and found the boy guilty on both charges that had been filed against him as to forcible sodomy and forcible fellatio by way of force, threat, or victim helplessness.

Sentencing has been continued in this matter until the second case of alleged sexual assault on a girl at a second Loudoun County school is adjudicated. At that point, the judge will consider the matter for consolidated sentencing and hear the arguments from everyone involved, including the victims in the cases.

As we reported, at a meeting in June the LCPS superintendent denied that there had been any sexual assaults. The first victim’s father was in the audience and objected to what the superintendent was saying and was arrested. That incident was then used to argue to the Biden administration that federal intervention was needed to prevent violence or things rising to the level of “domestic terrorism” in a letter from the NSBA to Joe Biden. As we also reported, the NSBA had consulted with the White House who asked for examples of violence. The NSBA has since apologized for the letter but Attorney General Merrick Garland has not retracted the call for the FBI to be involved in looking into ‘threats’ against schools or school boards, something critics believe to be an effort to chill the speech of parents objected to things like Critical Race Theory.

The boy involved identifies as “gender fluid” according to the Daily Wire, and acknowledged in court that he was wearing a skirt during the assault in the girls’ restroom at the Stone Bridge school.

The boy was transferred from Stone Bridge to Broad Run High School, despite the LCPS knowing about the first incident. Then the second incident happened at the second school.

“No one should have to endure what this family has endured, and now their focus is completely upon their daughter’s health and safety as she progresses forward with her life. She is a very smart and strong young woman, and she is deeply loved by her parents,” the attorney, Bill Stanley of The Stanley Law Group of Virginia, added. “Both Jessica and Scott Smith will continue to do everything in their power to protect her, and help her through this difficult time in her life. The Smith’s daughter is a survivor and a fighter, and we are confident that she will grow even stronger with each passing day.”

This is good news for the family who has suffered so much from this and hopefully they can feel that there is some modicum of justice now for their case and for their daughter.

The parents announced that they intended to sue the school system and also that they intended to seek a retraction from the NSBA for referencing the incident involving Smith as an example of how schools were becoming dangerous and violent.