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Jun 29 2016

Feds: Spreading Wrong Information About Idaho Rape Case Could Violate Law

If possible, the case of the 5-year-old girl sexually assaulted evidently by three Islamic “refugee” boys who had been seeded in Idaho has become even more alarming.

The girl was attacked in Twin Falls by boys aged 7, 10, and 14, from Iraqi and Sudanese families. Beyond that, we don’t know much. The authorities tend to throw shrouds of secrecy and/or deception over the misdeeds of the Muslims they have been importing. In this case, withholding some information is appropriate because the suspects are minors.

The lack of solid information has inevitably resulted in the spread of rumors, many of them false.

The authorities have reacted to these rumors like a maniac trying to kill mosquitoes with a flamethrower. From an official statement from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Idaho:

The spread of false information or inflammatory or threatening statements about the perpetrators or the crime itself reduces public safety and may violate federal law. We have seen time and again that the spread of falsehoods about refugees divides our communities.

Eugene Volokh makes an interesting point:

Imagine that there was an allegation of an unnamed white police officer sexually assaulting a young girl, and imagine that there were stories — even highly inaccurate ones — circulating online accusing the police department of covering up the assault, which led to threats to local government officials. And imagine that a U.S. attorney in the Bush administration made a public statement saying, among other things, that “We have seen time and again that the spread of falsehoods about police officers divides our communities,” and that “The spread of false information or inflammatory or threatening statements about the police officer or the crime itself reduces public safety and may violate federal law.”

There would be riots. The media would report on nothing else.

If spreading false information about refugees involved in raping American girls violates federal law, federal law needs to be changed. You stamp out falsehoods with truth, not jackboots. Otherwise it is the truth that ends up getting stamped out. Meanwhile, as people become ever more distrustful of the official line, wild rumors will continue to flourish.

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Censorship is not the solution.

On a tip from Torcer.



16 Responses to “Feds: Spreading Wrong Information About Idaho Rape Case Could Violate Law”

  1. Eddie_Valiant says:

    Imagine that there was an allegation of an unnamed white police officer sexually assaulting a young girl, and imagine that there were stories — even highly inaccurate ones — circulating online accusing the police department of covering up the assault, which led to threats to local government officials.

    You mean like this one on Truth Revolt today?

    Oakland PD Sex Scandal: Woman Says She Slept with 30+ Cops

  2. Buffalobob says:

    AAG of ID screw the 2nd amendment let’s delete the 1st.

  3. Mr. Freemarket says:

    Idaho seems kind of weird. That Muslim deserter guy (who’s father stood next to BHO while announcing his trade for three Muslim terrorists) was from Idaho. The couple with the wedding chapel that was forced to perform a same-sex wedding was in Idaho. Maybe its the close proximity to Canada and Oregon? Maybe its all the research nuclear reactors built there.

    But it seems kind of weird.

  4. Mamed says:

    Revolution is the answer. Armed revolution. Large numbers anti-Americans put to the sword to free America from it’s fascist occupiers. Stand up Americans. Let’s get this started with a military coup. The bloody kind.

  5. 762x51 says:

    Probably unrelated incidents. The hajjis are being shipped there just like they are in almost every other state as part of the Jihad Collaborator in Chief’s plan to “fundamentally transform America”.

    I think it was five muzrat terrorists,not three but I take your point. Go into northern ID, in Boundary County, and there all kinds of psychos ranging from Aryan Nations to hippie communes to treehugger communes to biker hideouts. Those groups all have one thing in common, an affinity for living “off grid”.

  6. 762x51 says:

    How long before saying bad stuff about a public figure becomes a prison offense?

    Tell me again how this doesn’t end in a gunfight . . . I love fiction.

  7. bejocy says:

    Idaho was ok until they got ‘transplants’ from LA, Phoenix, Portland, Seattle… What’s wrong with living ‘off the grid’?

  8. KC says:

    All of a sudden it is against the law to spread false or inflammatory statements. Tell that to Zimmerman, Ferguson, Baltimore, and a host of other crimes where conservatives were blamed first.

  9. Mr. Freemarket says:

    For the lefties, there is no longer any point in living “off grid.” They are loved and accepted by the government. Plus, any electronic transmission, transaction, or communication is recorded by NSA.

  10. Dennis Carr says:

    Sure, when the belief that you have been told the truth all a long dies like a rat in a flood? http://www.chicagotribune.com/suburbs/lake-county-news-sun/news/ct-fox-lake-cop-suicide-20151104-story.html

  11. BostonLiberty says:

    Screw the feds. They are co-conspirators in this rape, through their negligence to uphold existing laws of the USA. They are complicit and accomplice to future rape for attempting to cover up the details of the crime, and keep people ignorant of the threat in the community. These animals and their ‘families’ should be captured and shipped out of the country. What a way to celebrate ramadan, right?

  12. 762x51 says:

    Yet there are hippie communes all over the Rockies.

  13. grayjohn says:

    Looks like the Feds will have to jail themselves then.

  14. Mr. Freemarket says:

    And a very large number of guys with deer rifles.


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