So-called “refugees” from Afghanistan, many of whom are entirely unvetted economic migrants, have already become a burden to America’s judicial system. A federal grand jury indicted two Afghans, residing at Fort McCoy in Wisconsin, for major crimes.
Bahrullah Noori, 20, is charged with attempting to engage in a sexual act with a person under sixteen through the use of force. Noori faces thirty years to life in prison.
Mohammad Haroon Imaad, 32, is charged with beating his wife on September 7th. While he allegedly attempted to strangle and suffocate the victim, he is only charged with assault. He faces a maximum penalty of ten years.
A grand jury indicted both suspects on September 22nd.
Both suspects are being detained at the Dane County Jail. Typically when “refugees” are charged with crimes in the USA, it cost twice as much to prosecute them. Even if the suspect speaks fluent English, they will typically demand a translator. This adds enormous expenses and long delays for the courts.