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Just so no one ever forgets the real villains here: The District Attorney pushing this ridiculous case is Lisa Riniker. The judge, who apparently thinks it's reasonable to waste the court's time pursuing felony sexual assault charges against six year olds, is Judge Bill Dyke. ________________
As for the kids at the center of this "felony." He was six. She was five. He touched her butt while playing "butt doctor." Mom walked in, freaked out. Give me a break.
The parents of the six year old boy are now suing the district attorney for $12 million in damages for daring to file this case at all, and they deserve every penny they can get. Read on.
The boy — who under Wisconsin law is too young to be charged with a crime or in a juvenile delinquency petition, the equivalent of a criminal complaint for adults — was accused of first-degree sexual assault in a petition seeking protection or services for the boy.
Such petitions are typically used by parents or authorities to identify children younger than 10 who need services to change inappropriate behavior.
According to the petition for protection or services, the girl's mother found her daughter in the boy's yard "with her skirt and underpants around her ankles" and the boy sitting underneath her, penetrating her with his finger.
The girl told her mother they were playing "butt doctor" and told authorities the boy only touched her on the outside of her body, court documents state.