Soros-backed attorney Buta Biberaj is getting the slap-down treatment.
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Biberaj is the Commonwealth Attorney for Loudoun County in Virginia.
In the past, Biberaj has been criticized for how she handles cases and runs her office, including by her former employees.
A former prosecutor speaking anonymously said that they were “pushed to bond people out in domestic violence cases,” adding that “Buta pushes to let people out generally.”
Since Biberaj was elected, the amount of criminal indictments in Loudoun has fallen precipitously, by 67 percent. 681 indictments were issued in 2019 compared to 225 in 2021.
The family of a woman killed last year said that the system failed her after her husband was released following his arrest for assault, strangulation, and abduction. According to investigators, Peter Lollobrigido went on to murder his wife after those accusations of abuse.
Despite receiving a hold order from community corrections, the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office under Biberaj released him on a $5,000 unsecured bond, according to court documents.
Local news station FOX 5 broke the news that Biberaj’s office had hired a convicted sex offender for a paralegal position.
A school sex assault case has also been under scrutiny because the accused ended up assaulting a second victim at another school after the first.
According to the news outlet, over the last six months, Biberaj consistently refused to speak with them.
According to the New York Post, Biberaj “received “hundreds of thousands of dollars in in-kind contributions” from Democratic megadonor George Soros, the paper said, with the Daily Wire last week putting it at $845,000.” during her 2019 campaign.
Biberaj is now one of 12 members of the “Virginia Progressive Prosecutors for Justice” who are responsible for more than 40 percent of the state and have repeatedly fought to pass laws easing the numbers in prisons.
They have fought to expunge criminal records, end minimum-sentence rules and end three-strike rules, calling it a “mindlessly punitive law” that has “fueled mass incarceration and furthered recidivism.”
Now Biberaj’s office has been removed from a criminal case by a Loudoun County judge who says they have shown an inability to prosecute with professionalism and they have been “deliberately misleading the Court and the public” in an attempt to “sell” a plea deal.
The move is something that some experienced attorneys and prosecutors have never seen in their careers.
Fox 5 reported:
The order was issued by Loudoun Co. Circuit Court Judge James Plowman who was the county’s Commonwealth’s Attorney prior to the election of Buta Biberaj in 2020.
According to the order, obtained by FOX 5’s Lindsay Watts, Plowman says the Commonwealth’s Attorney office sought a plea deal for a serial burglary suspect while downplaying and even omitting his prior criminal past and current charges in other jurisdictions.
Kevin Enrique Valle was arrested on five warrants charging him with three misdemeanors for destruction of property and false identification, and two felonies for burglary.
Plowman writes that the plea agreement by Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney Michele Burton states that the crimes occurred within hours of each other, not over the course of days or weeks. Plowman calls the assessment “entirely inaccurate,” because the defendant is accused of “a possible 12 burglary crime spree spanning four counties over ten days.”
The order says the Loudoun offenses happened May 18, 2021, but that the suspect is also accused of three burglaries that same day in Fairfax County, in addition to two burglaries in Fauquier County and four burglaries in Prince William County on May 14. The judge writes that Valle is also named as a participant in another Loudoun burglary on May 8.
According to Plowman, the prosecution has misinterpreted the lack of prior adult convictions and felony charges for Valle, stating that Valle has pleaded guilty to three felonies, was facing charges of felonies, as well as convictions that would have been felonies if he had been an adult.
According to Plowman, this is “an overt misrepresentation by omission” by Biberaj’s office.
The Fox 5 report continued:
He goes on to excoriate the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office for its assessment of strengths and weaknesses of the case writing: “The explanation highlights a lack of knowledge of the facts of the case or the ability to apply basic legal principals.”
Plowman ordered the Fauquier Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office to prosecute the case writing that “Biberaj and the Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office is hereby REMOVED AND DISQUALIFIED from further prosecution as counsel of record in this matter.”
“The Commonwealth is deliberately misleading the Court, and the public, in an effort to ‘sell’ the plea agreement for some reason that has yet to be explained,” wrote Plowman, adding that Burton could have filed supplemental explanations, but to date, has not.
As per Plowman’s order, “the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s office agreed to a 6-month sentence, and the low end of the sentencing guidelines was 7 months.” According to him, “once the Fauquier County conviction was factored, the low end of the guidelines was 1 year and 7 months.”
In addition, Plowman recused himself from the proceedings “unless the parties agree otherwise.”
According to the outlet, “Valle is being represented by the Law Office of John Boneta. Boneta declined comment Saturday saying his office is in the process of discussing the order with their client. Boneta, Biberaj’s former deputy, said he’s never seen something like this is his 30-year legal career.”
Biberaj’s office has not responded to requests for comments.
Last year the NY Post reported that despite Biberaj’s far-left approach to crime, she targeted a father who protested his daughter’s rape. Biberaj threw the book at him.
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A top Virginia prosecutor sought jail time for the dad who was arrested at a school board meeting while protesting his daughter’s rape — despite having run on a George Soros-funded campaign against mass incarcerations, according to reports.
Bronx-raised Loudoun County Commonwealth Attorney Buta Biberaj personally prosecuted dad Scott Smith, 48, after he was arrested at a raucous June 22 public meeting, Loudoun Now noted at the time.
The county’s top prosecutor pushed for jail time as well as a fine and anger management for Smith, even though he was only facing misdemeanor charges of disorderly conduct and resisting arrest — and his lawyer insisted he had been illegally detained, the court report said.
Smith’s attorney, Elizabeth Lancaster, told the Daily Wire that it was “completely unheard of for the prosecutor to handle a misdemeanor.”
“It is incredibly unusual for a disorderly conduct case to even go forward. The idea that they would actually be seeking jail time, I’d guess in my 15 years the number of times I’ve seen that happen would be zero,” Lancaster told the conservative outlet.