If the Crime is Right: Loudoun Cty., Va. Atty Biberaj Plans to No Longer Prosecute Multiple Crimes

Nick Kangadis | January 16, 2023
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Oh what a difference an agenda, a narrative and a year makes. Instead of practicing law, activists masquerading as attorneys will prosecute people who stand up for wrongdoing done against them, but have no problem letting criminals — sometimes violent in nature — free.

As reported by Fox News, Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj released a memo stating that because her office has been so busy, they won’t be prosecuting certain crimes.

According to Fox News:

In the memo sent by Biberaj to judges on Dec. 30, 2022, she wrote that hit-and-run (property damage), reckless driving (under 90 mph), trespass, drunk in public, and eluding are among the offenses that will not be prosecuted by her office.

The letter stated that for these charges, her office could work with law enforcement if they chose to prosecute the crimes.

According to the letter, the changes are set to take place after Jan. 16.

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Basically, what the above essentially lays out is that if you’re a terrible driver and do terrible things behind the wheel, you’re more than welcome to go ahead. You’ll probably get a get-out-of-jail free card.

But the strange irony of this situation is that Biberaj is the same attorney that had no problem going after an enraged dad whose daughter was raped on school grounds, especially for someone who ran for office on wanting to end mass incarceration — as the New York Post noted in 2021.

As for the activist attorney Biberaj, and as The Daily Wire reported, she is one of many attorneys across the country who benefitted from far-left billionaire George Soros’ “philanthropy,” taking an “unprecedented” $845,000 from the society manipulator.


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