Feds Discover More Victims Of Muslim Doctors In Detroit Female Genital Mutilation Case (FGM)

Friday, September 14, 2018
By Paul Martin

Genital mutilation victims break their silence: “This is demonic.”

PAMELA GELLER
FREEDOMOUTPOST.COM
SEPTEMBER 14, 2018

All three Illinois girls were about 7 years old at the time of the procedures ….. the doctors are using a religious defense. “Freedom of religion” – freedom to mutilate, murder, hate ….

Genital mutilation victims break their silence: “This is demonic.”

The indictment charges Dr. Jumana Nagarwala with Conspiracy to Travel with Intent to Engage in Illicit Sexual Conduct. She is accused of bringing people from the state of Minnesota to Michigan.

FEDS DISCOVER 3 MORE GIRLS IN GENITAL MUTILATION CASE

Detroit Free Press, September 12, 2018:

THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT HAS FOUND THREE MORE FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION VICTIMS WHO TRAVELED TO MICHIGAN FOR THE PROCEDURE — ALL OF THEM ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GIRLS FROM ILLINOIS WHOM PROSECUTORS SAY WERE BROUGHT HERE BY THEIR MOTHERS FOR RELIGIOUS CUTTINGS.

One of the girls was cut on Valentine’s Day in 2015; another at the start of her 2015 school year, court records show. The third was cut in March 2015.

All three Illinois girls were about 7 years old at the time of the procedures, according to a new indictment filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Detroit, where eight people are facing charges in the nation’s first genital mutilation case, including two doctors and four mothers.

Prosecutors have now identified nine victims in the case: two 7-year-old girls from Minnesota; four Michigan girls ages 8-12, and the three Illinois girls.

According to the new indictment, one of the Michigan girls was given Valium ground up in liquid Tylenol during her procedure in 2015.

For Nagarwala, this latest indictment comes with some bigger headaches as the government re-charged her with a crime that could send her to prison for 30 years if convicted: conspiracy to travel with intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct.

Nagarwala had initially been charged with a similar crime — it carried a life sentence — accusing her of transporting a minor with intent to engage in “sexual activity.” A federal judge dismissed that count eight months ago, concluding there wasn’t merit for it, as the defense argued.

But this time around, the prosecution added in a tweaked version of that crime, accusing Nagarwala of “illicit sexual conduct” as opposed to “sexual activity.” This charge involves the 2017 cuttings involving the two Minnesota girls who described the procedures as painful.

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