The mother of the five-year-old girl who was allegedly raped by refugees has spoken out in an interview with WND.
The woman, refereed to by the name of Laney Shelly to protect her identity, confirmed in great detail that the crime was much worse than the mainstream media made it out to be and how local prosecutors downplayed the assault.
According to the interview, the five-year-old girl is unable to go outside as the family of one of the alleged perpetrators, a 7-year-old Iraqi refugee, continues to live next door despite being served an eviction notice.
Other alleged perpetrators are refugees from Sudan, aged 10 and 14. Their family left Fawnbrook Apartments after receiving their eviction notice.
“She’s still traumatized really bad,” Shelly said. “This week she starts in counseling. When she sees boys, she’ll tell me ‘those are bad boys, those are all bad boys.'”
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“The local media, I feel like they’re against us, because they get the wrong story and they switch it around,” she added. “I won’t even talk to the local media. I just think everything they say is B.S.”
The attack, which was filmed by the 14-year-old from Sudan was about 4 minutes in length. “Two of them were naked and the one videotaping was coaching the others on what to do,” Shelly said.
“It all happened in 10 minutes,” she explained. I was outside with her and had to use the restroom real fast and by the time I got out she was gone. I was freaking out.”
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Luckily, an elderly resident, Joline Payne saw the 14-year-old filming something in the laundry room and went to investigate. The Rebel interviewed Payne who described what she saw.
“When she saw me she said ‘you need to call the cops.’ She called and I called as well. It took two to two and a half hours for them to get here,” Shelly said. “That’s why I wanted to see the police report because I know they’re going to change that.”
While Shelly couldn't watch it, her fiance did. As a result, he needs counseling.
“He is missing a lot of work because it is hard for him to work, and when he goes to counseling we have to pay for it out of pocket. He needs the counseling. It was hard for him to stay back because when this happened he wanted to hurt somebody. That is his baby.”
They believe the system is treating them unfairly.
“As victims it just makes us feel like they’re treating us like we’re the criminals. I called the victim’s advocate a few times to get the records and she said ‘I told you several times now you can’t have nothing.’ And she’s like ‘why do you want this stuff?’ And I tell her because it’s my daughter and I want to know and I have a right to it under our Constitution.”
Shelly is tired of refugees seemingly getting special treatment.
“We’re in America, and just because they’re refugees, you need to be treated the same as if you were an American and you did this,” she said. “They shouldn’t have special privileges just because they’re refugees. You come to our country you need to follow our laws.”