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originally posted by: Gryphon66
a reply to: IkNOwSTuff
I would describe what I'm doing as pointing out the facts. This OP is a partisan crap-post. The only reason any concern was expressed at all was because it obliquely involved Schumer who of course along with Pelosi are now enemies of the People for some.
Further, your reference to me as a "moron" and an "idiot" because you don't like being called on your own BS posts very clearly outlines the kind of thinker you are.
I look forward to hearing of your actual real world work to help abused children in whatever godforsaken place you live ... as I'm sure you'll want to do more to help than just playing at being a keyboard warrior.
Saranac Lake police department said that the charges against Mr Hussain, which include endangering the welfare of a child, stem from him engaging in a "passionate kiss with the 12-year-old victim".
"There was no accusation of force. The charges are a result of the age difference of the individuals," the AP news agency quoted the police as saying.
Saranac Lake: A snowshoe racer from India, who recently competed at the World Snowshoe Championships in New York after initially struggling to obtain a visa, is accused of sexually abusing a local girl. Police say 24-year-old Tanveer Hussain from Kashmir is also charged with endangering the welfare of a child. Saranac Lake Village police Sergeant Casey Reardon told the Adirondack Daily Enterprise the girl and her parents reported the abuse to police. Police say the incident happened on Monday in the village in the Adirondack Mountains.
In a statement issued on Thursday, police said the charges stem from Hussain "engaging in a passionate kiss" with a 12-year-old victim. There is no accusation of force, and no other allegations were made. Hussain was in jail Thursday on $5,000 cash bail. His attorney entered a not-guilty plea for him.
Hussain and Abid Khan, president of the Snowshoe Federation of India, initially ran into a roadblock trying to travel to the races. Their initial visa applications were denied around the same time President Donald Trump issued an order barring travel into the US from seven countries, even though India was not one of those countries.
Saranac Lake Mayor Clyde Rabideau reached out to US Sens Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand for help, and seventh-graders from Saranac Lake Middle School wrote letters to the senators on behalf of the two Muslim men. They were allowed to resubmit their applications, the visas were approved, and the two men arrived in Saranac Lake on February 23.
originally posted by: ausername
a reply to: Djarums
It's either fake news or alternative facts depending on your perspective. Truth has never been more subjective than now.
It's almost as if nothing real is anymore.
originally posted by: Ohanka
The senator and everyone involved along the way should be charged with conspiracy.