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The FBI has opened an investigation into the assault of a female solider by several male Afghan refugees at the US Army's Fort Bliss base, in New Mexico.

The alleged assault took place on Sunday, at around midnight, when at least three men allegedly attacked the soldier near her car after she arrived for work at the Dona Ana Complex, which had been accepting refugees airlifted out of Afghanistan are housed, ABC 7 reports.

'We can confirm a female service member supporting Operation Allies Welcome reported being assaulted on September 19 by a small group of male evacuees ,' said Lt. Col. Allie Payne, director of Public Affairs for Fort Bliss and the 1st Armored Division/


'We take the allegation seriously and appropriately referred the matter to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.'

The female soldier has not been identified.

The assault took place at the Army's Dona Ana Complex at the Fort Bliss Base in New Mexico. Pictured, Afghan refugees being processed at the camp on September 10



The assault took place at the Army's Dona Ana Complex at the Fort Bliss Base in New Mexico. Pictured, Afghan refugees being processed at the camp on September 10
The base began setting up tents and taking in refugees from Afghanistan in August


The base began setting up tents and taking in refugees from Afghanistan in August
Refugees stood in line to find housing in the Dona Ana village complex


Refugees stood in line to find housing in the Dona Ana village complex
A man walks with a child inside the complex. Servicemembers are posted at the camp to help the refugees who were airlifted out of Afghanistan


A man walks with a child inside the complex. Servicemembers are posted at the camp to help the refugees who were airlifted out of Afghanistan

The solider has received medical care and counseling following the assault. She was reported to have recovered from her physical injuries.

Payne added that more security measures, including improved lighting and enforcing 'buddy system,' were being added at the camp.

There are nearly 10,000 refugees being housed at the base, USA Today reported.

Special Agent Jeanette Harper, of the FBI's El Paso division, confirmed that the agency was investigating the matter.


US Rep. Yvette Herrell, who represents the area, called the news a vetting failure, Fox reports.

'My prayers are with the courageous soldier and her family. This is yet another tragic failure in the vetting process for Afghan nationals,' Herrell tweeted. 'The American people deserve answers.'



Families were given quarters at the camp after being screened and vetted


Families were given quarters at the camp after being screened and vetted
The Army said it was stepping up security measures at the camp following the assault



The assault comes days after two Afghan refugees at the US Airforce base camp in Wisconsin were arrested.

On Wednesday, the Department of Justice announced that Bahrullah Noori, 20, was being charged with attempting to engage in a sexual act with a minor, using force against that person, along with three other counts of engaging in sex with a minor.

Meanwhile, Mohammed Haroon Imaad, 32, is facing domestic assault charges after allegedly choking and suffocating his wife on September 17.


Both acts reportedly happened while the two were staying at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin - where they were taken to following their evacuation from Afghanistan.

They were both taken off of the base and are now being held at Dane County Jail.

They were scheduled to be arraigned at a federal court in Madison on Thursday.

Bahrullah Noori, 20, is being charged with attempting to engage in a sexual act with a minor at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin

Mohammed Haroon Imaad, 32, is facing domestic assault charges after allegedly choking his wife


Bahrullah Noori, left, is being charged with attempting to engage in a sexual act with a minor at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin. Mohammed Haroon Imaad, right, is facing domestic assault charges after allegedly choking his wife
If convicted, Noori faces a minimum of 30 years in prison and a maximum sentence of life in prison for the use of force charge alone, with a maximum of 15 years on the other charges.

Imaad's alleged victim told investigators he choked her, and 'threatened to send her back to Afghanistan where the Taliban could deal with her,' according to a criminal complaint obtained by WISN.

Imaad faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison




It seems the US airlifted quite a few pieces of filth out of Afghanistan. I put this thread up a while back about the crazy disparity of men to women, and implied it would bring trouble. Here it is.


No wonder these ones (who committed attacks) wanted to escape the Taliban, how many crimes did they commit in Afghanistan?
 

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I hope these men haven't found out that they can "identify" as women and be thrown into a female prison. I'm not joking, this has happened in the past.
 

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US don’t know why we called these Afghanis namak haram , they always bite who feeds them , just wait and watch this is just beginning
 

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Thank you, Biden. I have no doubt these men will get released and join the other “asylum” seekers that Democrats like.

Even if they don’t qualify for asylum will they be sent back to Afghanistan?
 

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This is the same Ft Bliss where contractions were r*ping kids from Latin America.

Leaked video shows Texas child migrant camp, where staff allege kids are sexually abused and COVID-19 is rampant
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A screenshot of undercover footage given to the BBC of a child migrant camp at Fort Bliss military base in El Paso, Texas. BBC
  • Employees at a Texas child migrant camp sent leaked photos and videos to the BBC.
  • They alleged children were sexually assaulted and denied medical care, and that many had COVID-19.
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Staff at a Texas border facility for migrant children leaked photos and video the camp to the BBC, showing grim conditions there alongside claims of serious wrongdoing.
Some staff and children said that kids held the facility are sexually assaulted, and that hundreds tested positive for COVID.
The BBC's investigation looked at a tent camp at the Fort Bliss military base in El Paso, Texas, where more than 2,000 teenaged children are held.
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In an audio recording shared with the BBC, a worker says: "We have already caught staff with minors inappropriately."
Another employee said told the BBC that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) spoke to staff there about a rape.
"DHS mentioned there was a rape - they are giving the girls pregnancy tests," she said. "And I heard the other night that another contractor was caught in a boys' tent, you know, doing things with him."
One employee told the BBC: "Hundreds of children have tested positive for COVID."
The BBC also reported that children in need of urgent medical care had been neglected.
Another employee said a child was coughing up blood, but was sent to lunch and wasn't given medical attention for more than three hours.
Staff also told the BBC of widespread problems with lice.
One 15-year-old who used to be at the camp said she was given undercooked chicken and got sick.
Staff also noted overcrowding, problems with sandstorms, and clothing shortages.
The Department of Health and Human Services did not respond directly to the BBC when the allegations were put to it.
It instead gave a statement saying that it is meeting the required standards of care for children. Among these it listed "comfortable sleeping quarters, meals, toiletries, laundry, educational and recreational activities, and access to medical services."
Insider has contacted DHS and the Department of Health and Human Services for further comment.



Here is another facility holding immigrants from Mexico and other areas:


Same fort bliss for this weirdness:


usa is worse than India in terms of rape, and most rapes don't get reported in India.

usa is shamefully the rape capital of the globe.

FYI, Ft. Bliss is in both states of NM and TX, according to wikipedia.
 

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Thank you, Biden. I have no doubt these men will get released and join the other “asylum” seekers that Democrats like.

Even if they don’t qualify for asylum will they be sent back to Afghanistan?
American feeling on social media is very high. Lots of rage on why so many undesirables were let in. I doubt they will be sent back now as the Taliban would be waiting for them.
Best bet is just push them into those crazy S. American states such as El Salvador, Guatemala etc. They will be safe from the Taliban and also at home with the hordes of criminal vermin.
 

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This is why im against these afghani animals our govt should understand that refuges are not solutiin just sebd them where they came from
 

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The FBI has opened an investigation into the assault of a female solider by several male Afghan refugees at the US Army's Fort Bliss base, in New Mexico.

The alleged assault took place on Sunday, at around midnight, when at least three men allegedly attacked the soldier near her car after she arrived for work at the Dona Ana Complex, which had been accepting refugees airlifted out of Afghanistan are housed, ABC 7 reports.

'We can confirm a female service member supporting Operation Allies Welcome reported being assaulted on September 19 by a small group of male evacuees ,' said Lt. Col. Allie Payne, director of Public Affairs for Fort Bliss and the 1st Armored Division/


'We take the allegation seriously and appropriately referred the matter to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.'

The female soldier has not been identified.

The assault took place at the Army's Dona Ana Complex at the Fort Bliss Base in New Mexico. Pictured, Afghan refugees being processed at the camp on September 10's Dona Ana Complex at the Fort Bliss Base in New Mexico. Pictured, Afghan refugees being processed at the camp on September 10



The assault took place at the Army's Dona Ana Complex at the Fort Bliss Base in New Mexico. Pictured, Afghan refugees being processed at the camp on September 10
The base began setting up tents and taking in refugees from Afghanistan in August


The base began setting up tents and taking in refugees from Afghanistan in August
Refugees stood in line to find housing in the Dona Ana village complex


Refugees stood in line to find housing in the Dona Ana village complex
A man walks with a child inside the complex. Servicemembers are posted at the camp to help the refugees who were airlifted out of Afghanistan


A man walks with a child inside the complex. Servicemembers are posted at the camp to help the refugees who were airlifted out of Afghanistan

The solider has received medical care and counseling following the assault. She was reported to have recovered from her physical injuries.

Payne added that more security measures, including improved lighting and enforcing 'buddy system,' were being added at the camp.

There are nearly 10,000 refugees being housed at the base, USA Today reported.

Special Agent Jeanette Harper, of the FBI's El Paso division, confirmed that the agency was investigating the matter.


US Rep. Yvette Herrell, who represents the area, called the news a vetting failure, Fox reports.

'My prayers are with the courageous soldier and her family. This is yet another tragic failure in the vetting process for Afghan nationals,' Herrell tweeted. 'The American people deserve answers.'



Families were given quarters at the camp after being screened and vetted


Families were given quarters at the camp after being screened and vetted
The Army said it was stepping up security measures at the camp following the assault



The assault comes days after two Afghan refugees at the US Airforce base camp in Wisconsin were arrested.

On Wednesday, the Department of Justice announced that Bahrullah Noori, 20, was being charged with attempting to engage in a sexual act with a minor, using force against that person, along with three other counts of engaging in sex with a minor.

Meanwhile, Mohammed Haroon Imaad, 32, is facing domestic assault charges after allegedly choking and suffocating his wife on September 17.


Both acts reportedly happened while the two were staying at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin - where they were taken to following their evacuation from Afghanistan.

They were both taken off of the base and are now being held at Dane County Jail.

They were scheduled to be arraigned at a federal court in Madison on Thursday.

Bahrullah Noori, 20, is being charged with attempting to engage in a sexual act with a minor at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin

Mohammed Haroon Imaad, 32, is facing domestic assault charges after allegedly choking his wife


Bahrullah Noori, left, is being charged with attempting to engage in a sexual act with a minor at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin. Mohammed Haroon Imaad, right, is facing domestic assault charges after allegedly choking his wife
If convicted, Noori faces a minimum of 30 years in prison and a maximum sentence of life in prison for the use of force charge alone, with a maximum of 15 years on the other charges.

Imaad's alleged victim told investigators he choked her, and 'threatened to send her back to Afghanistan where the Taliban could deal with her,' according to a criminal complaint obtained by WISN.

Imaad faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison




It seems the US airlifted quite a few pieces of filth out of Afghanistan. I put this thread up a while back about the crazy disparity of men to women, and implied it would bring trouble. Here it is.


No wonder these ones (who committed attacks) wanted to escape the Taliban, how many crimes did they commit in Afghanistan?
Just a case of afghans being themselves. Up next: bacha Bazi.
 

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