Biden Afghan Evacuee Convicted of Molesting ‘3-year-old’


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The Afghan evacuee ‘told police that he didn’t do anything wrong because the actions were “part of his culture.”

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The Afghan evacuee ‘told police that he didn’t do anything wrong because the actions were “part of his culture,” records show.’

Nearly all of the Afghans evacuated from Kabul last year were not properly screened before they arrived in the US…

Afghan child molester is ‘originally from a remote Afghan province and cannot read or write in any language, nor can he understand English, Tariq’s public defender wrote in court documents.’

[The Afghan child molester’s defense liar] ‘argued that Tariq didn’t have any understanding of the American criminal justice system and asked the court to suppress statements he made about abuse being part of his culture…’ 

Afghan evacuee convicted of molesting child at Marine refugee camp

By Gabrielle Fonrouge January 25, 2022

An Afghan refugee who worked alongside US troops and escaped the Taliban was convicted of molesting a 3-year-old girl at a Marine Corps refugee camp in Quantico, Va., the Department of Justice announced

Mohammed Tariq, 24, was found guilty on Friday of sexually assaulting the 3-year-old refugee last September while the two were housed at Camp Upshur, a refugee camp for Afghan evacuees located within the Virginia military base, prosecutors from the Eastern District of Virginia said Monday. 

Tariq, who was not related to the child, was seen by a pair of Marines kissing the child around her face and neck and then touching her chest, genitals and buttocks over her clothing, court records show. 

When the child tried to pull away, Tariq grabbed her and continued molesting her and then later told police that he didn’t do anything wrong because the actions were “part of his culture,” records show.

It wasn’t immediately clear what vetting, if any, Tariq underwent before he was permitted to enter the US. Nearly all of the Afghans evacuated from Kabul last year were not properly screened before they arrived in the US, Senate Republicans claimed in an October memo.

The memo claimed the Biden administration had not vetted the information provided by tens of thousands of Afghans and instead chose to rely solely on criminal and terrorist databases to weed out potential threats.

It also wasn’t immediately clear what type of work Tariq did alongside US troops. He’s originally from a remote Afghan province and cannot read or write in any language, nor can he understand English, Tariq’s public defender wrote in court documents. 

She argued that Tariq didn’t have any understanding of the American criminal justice system and asked the court to suppress statements he made about abuse being part of his culture, a motion that was denied. 

Tariq faces up to life in prison and will be sentenced on April 26. The DOJ noted actual sentences for federal crimes are “typically less” than the maximum penalties and will be determined by a judge.

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