Judge Has 3 SICK Words For Why He Won’t Deport 5 Muslim Refugees Who Gang Raped Child

What words are standing between a rape victim’s aggressors and being deported? Recently, a liberal judge made a call that has got many people upset. After violently beating, then raping a young teenager, 5 Afghani immigrants uploaded the footage of the ordeal to social media. With a crime so violent you would think that a fair judge would deport such criminals. This particular judge from Uppsala county in Sweden, however, denied requests from prosecutors to deport saying that the criminals homeland was ‘too dangerous’.

DANGEROUS? Does this guy think that making the local town more dangerous by housing violent criminals was more just? The rapists who were said to be between the ages of 16-17 had dragged the boy into the forest and raped him for over an hour by knife point. It was said that the victim may have owed one of the 5 some money and that this was a revenge attack. There was no doubt that they were guilty of aggravated rape but the tender-hearted liberal judge just couldn’t stand to send these violent rapists to a ‘dangerous’ situation. Instead he gave them all very lenient sentences. 4 defendants received up to 15 months while the 5th received 13 month sentence.

Despite the fact that a boy was humiliated, spat upon, being beaten then gang raped for a long period of time… the Liberal judge saw the rapists as the real victims. Please let NO judge in the United States pull this kind of crap because you’ve got my words that there will be pitchforks and fire coming at the judge who coddles violent criminal refugees over a rape victim.

A Tea Party activist who worked on four National bus Tours and created Mega Rallies across the country. She has worked with conservative stars like Sarah Palin, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, Andrew Breitbart and others.

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