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[A] neighbor states that the Syrian boys stripped the girl naked, raped her, and urinated on her body and in her mouth.
Although the two younger boys were unable to perform sexually due to their ages, the 13 “coached” the pair while he videoed the sexual assault after his own participation.
The rumor made its way to a conspiracy-oriented web site, whose headline on the topic blared: “REPORT: THREE SYRIAN ‘REFUGEES; RAPE LITTLE GIRL AT KNIFEPOINT IN IDAHO; Furious residents accuse council of cover-up.” The headline made no mention of the ages of the “refugees” involved and asserted that police had declined to act due to a “language barrier”: Three Syrian refugees reportedly raped a little girl at knifepoint in Idaho before urinating on her body, an incident that prompted furious residents to accuse Twin Falls city council members of covering up the assault.
The little girl was playing outside Fawnbrook apartment buildings when the boys put a knife to her throat and forced her inside a laundry unit.
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The boys are ages 13, 10, and 8, and are Syrian refugee children from 2 families resettled in the apartments.
Police investigated a 2 June 2016 incident in Twin Falls, Idaho, involving a five-year-old girl and three boys aged seven, ten, and fourteen.
When she arrived, the mother of the alleged rapists was only able to say “no police,” while the father reportedly congratulated his 13-year-old son.
Video of the entire assault was captured on the boy’s cellphone.
Moreover, he stated that the investigation was a police matter, not one involving the local city council (which has no jurisdiction in criminal cases).
Loebs subsequently provided much the same information to local news media: “There were no Syrians involved, there was no knife involved, there was no gang-rape,” Twin Falls County Prosecutor Grant Loebs said.