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They have only been in America a few weeks, but already, two Afghan migrants who were brought to the US on the Biden evacuation flights and deposited in Wisconsin already have serious felony charges pending against them.

Bahrullah Noori, 20, is charged with multiple counts of attempted child rape, some involving use of force.  Mohammed Haroon, 32, is charged with strangling and attempting to suffocate a woman.  The crimes are not related to each other.

At least two of the Afghans Biden brought over in the evacuation flights had previously been deported from the US for convictions of crimes, one for rape and one for robbery. Also, at last count, there were 44 on the terrorist watch list that Biden brought over.

In the chaotic evacuation flights, Biden brought 122,000 people from Afghanistan to the US, only 5,400 of them American citizens.  Of the 88,000 identified SIVs, Afghans documented to have helped the US and its allies, Biden brought in only 6,000 to 7,000.  The other 110,000 that Biden brought in were those who made a mad rush to the airport, some with forged papers, and many without any documentation at all.  We have no way to know who or what they really are.


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( September 25th, 2021 @ 8:23 am )
Now a 20 year old Afghan who Biden brought over has been charged with molesting 2 boys, aged 12 and 14, at Fort McCoy. He is not yet even out in the community, and this Afghan rapefugee is molesting children on a military base where he is housed. How many more of these rapefugees were in Biden's chaotic airlift out of Afghanistan?
( September 24th, 2021 @ 7:26 pm )
Now a female US army soldier has been sexually assaulted by a group of Afghan refugees / rapefugees at Fort Bliss, where the Afghans are being housed after arriving on Biden's evacuation flights.

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