George Soros-Backed Virginia Prosecutor Caught Hiring Convicted Pedophile
Sex offender was hired by Biberaj's office as a paralegal
George Soros-backed Loudon County Commonwealth Attorney Buta Biberaj in Virginia, hired a registered sex offender as a paralegal, according to reports.
Biberaj hired the sex offender in March 2021, even though he served five years in prison for possessing over 600 images of child pornography.
Records obtained by FOX5 D.C. confirmed that the sex offender was hired by Biberaj's office as a paralegal.
The sex offender said he was fired a few days after his hiring, following his probation officer having asked to confirm his employment.
One such employee at Biberaj's office noted that paralegals have "access to every closed case for a number of years."
Biberaj refused questions but told FOX5 D.C. in a statement:
"Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney cannot comment on personnel matters. Applicants for employment are reviewed through established Loudoun County Human Resources processes.
"Thereafter, the applicants are referred to OCA. Candidates submit to a vetting process.
"All offers of employment are contingent on, and subject to, a background check, and a probationary period.
"If a candidate is deemed inappropriate, our office takes immediate action to rectify any concerns."
Biberaj's 2019 campaign for the top prosecutor spot in Loudon County raked in almost $660,000 from the Justice and Public Safety PAC funded by Soros, the Washington Free Beacon noted.
Last year, Biberaj sought the arrest of a father who reported the rape of his daughter by a boy identifying as a "transgender female."
Scott Smith was arrested at a Loudoun County school board meeting after parents complained of the school teaching transgender ideology.
Smith says his child was raped by a "boy wearing a skirt" in May last year.
“The idea that they would actually be seeking jail time, I’d guess in my 15 years the number of times I’ve seen that happen would be zero,” the attorney representing Smith, Elizabeth Lancaster, said.
“The idea that this is a person who we need to put in a cage was astounding to me given the social justice reform she was pushing."