Police: Va. girl falsely reports man attacked her, removed hijab, called her ‘terrorist’

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. (ABC7) — A 13-year-old girl has been charged by police after she falsely reported that a man assaulted her, removed her hijab, and called her a “terrorist” during an incident last Friday in Woodbridge.

The girl is charged with knowingly giving a false report to a law enforcement officer, according to Prince William County Police.

Investigators say a school resource officer and police learned she “falsely reported” an alleged confrontation with an “unknown black man.”

According to police, the girl alleged the man “cursed at her” and grabbed and tried to place her arms behind her back.

The girl also claimed he allegedly brandished a small knife placing it against the girl’s arms calling her “terrorist.” Police say she claimed he pulled off her headscarf, and “placed his hand over her mouth” as she attempted to scream for help.

The incident was initially reported in the area of Jato Court and Riverview Lane.

This story has been updated Tuesday, April 10, 2018 to reflect that the initial story published Monday was a false report by the girl, according to police

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Biology Denying activists protest pediatrician for saying transgendering kids is child abuse

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PROVIDENCE, Rhode Island, April 23, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Pro-transgender activists gathered outside a Rhode Island Catholic Church last week to protest a lecture delivered by pediatrician Michelle Cretella, who views affirming transgenderism in kids as a form of child abuse.

Dr. Michelle Cretella, MD, FCP, president of the American College of Pediatricians, is a prominent expert in children’s health who has battled against the relentless promotion of transgender ideology as it impacts kids.

At issue was a recently-enacted Rhode Island law which prohibits parents from seeking psychological help for their gender dysphoric children.

Rhode Island Catholic explained the reason for Cretella’s presentation at the Church:

Last year, the State of Rhode Island made it illegal for a licensed medical professional to counsel a child away from the desire to change his/her gender identity, yet it remains legal to inject that same child with hormone blockers and cross-sex hormones. Currently, Rhode Island public schools are deciding how to implement statewide transgender policies that would open up bathrooms, locker rooms, and sports teams to anyone who claims to be the opposite gender from their biological sex. Dr Cretella has been on the front lines of the fight against the transgender agenda for 25 years. She has seen firsthand the severe mental and physical abuse that children have endured at the hands of medical professionals who are willing to “transition” a child from boy to girl or girl to boy, a feat that is biologically impossible.”

An estimated 40 protesters who support the state’s new law stood outside St. Pius V Church in Providence to assert that affirmation of transgenderism “saves lives” and that “conversion therapy” is based on “junk science.”

Cretella’s presentation inside the church refuted those assertions.

“When it comes to what is causing rising numbers of people to identify as transgender,” reports the Providence Journal, Cretella argued, “All teenagers go through a phase known as ‘gender formation.’ During this time, she says, a certain number are susceptible to ‘marketing’ that they are ‘trapped in the wrong body.’”

“Biological sex is not assigned,” wrote Cretella recently. “Sex is determined at conception by our DNA and is stamped into every cell of our bodies. Human sexuality is binary. You either have a normal Y chromosome, and develop into a male, or you don’t, and you will develop into a female. There are at least 6,500 genetic differences between men and women. Hormones and surgery cannot change this.”

“Transgenderism is a psychological disorder, not a biological one,” Cretella told LifeSiteNews last year. “Consequently, we expect transgenderism and its associated medical procedures to increase as society increasingly promotes this lifestyle.”

“The active promotion of transgenderism has resulted in massive uncontrolled and unconsented experimentation upon children and adolescents,” Cretella warned. “This is child abuse.”

“Many children are being permanently sterilized by these treatments and sentenced to a lifetime of toxic medications to impersonate the opposite sex.” These medications can “cause everything from cardiovascular disease to diabetes to cancer.”

Cretella is not alone in opposing such radical procedures for children.

Dr. David Stevens, CEO of Christian Medical & Dental Associations, a national organization of Christian healthcare professionals, is similarly concerned about the trend toward increased medical interventions for gender dysphoric youth.

Stevens told LifeSiteNews that kids “lack the cognitive ability to give informed consent to procedures like this.” Whether they be hormone treatments or surgical procedures, these interventions have lifelong ramifications.

“Among individuals who identify as transgender, use cross-sex hormones, and undergo sex reassignment surgery, there is well-documented increased incidence of depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, substance abuse, and risky sexual behaviors,” he said. “Eighty to 85 percent of the time, these kids revert to their biological sex after they go through puberty.”

Stevens recounted the story of a doctor who once told him, “If a parent came to me with an anorexic child, I wouldn’t recommend a diet in order to affirm the child’s desire to be thinner.” On the contrary, the doctor would be moved to find a cure for the child. That same concept is at play when it comes to parents who seek to support their child’s transgender urges. It ends up being “child abuse.”

Woman accuses NFL player of domestic violence, resulting in police investigation and significant media coverage. Later, woman admits she made up the accusations because she was “emotional.”

A dispute between Cowboys defensive lineman David Irving and his girlfriend turned ugly overnight when she openly accused him of domestic violence and retracted the allegations hours later on Monday.

Frisco, Texas police said they are investigating Irving after a woman who said she was his girlfriend called them twice on Sunday to complain about domestic violence.

The police announcement followed a series of tweets alleging failed drug tests and “domestic vilance (sic) again” from Irving’s account Monday morning.

 

“truth comes out today,” one of the tweets read.

Irving later deleted the tweets and said his account had been hacked by an ex-girlfriend “because I kicked her out for cheating.”

Angela Sanchez, who has a 5-year-old daughter with Irving and whose name appeared in one of the tweets, issued a statement Monday afternoon recanting the accusations.

“I was very upset and made some allegations that were false at the time due to our vocal argument and my emotional state,” Sanchez said in a statement she released to SportsDay. “I had no intentions of getting David into trouble. I was just very emotional and upset … David did not put his hands on me at any time.”

Police said Monday that they are investigating Irving over allegations involving assault with bodily injury, assault by impeding breath and unlawful restraint. Officer Radd Rotello said Monday afternoon that police were still gathering facts and no arrest has been made.

He said he couldn’t provide more details, such as whether Irving is cooperating with police.

Police said a woman called at about 5:15 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Sunday to make the complaints and identified Irving as her boyfriend. The woman said Irving “dragged her out of the house by her hair causing pain” but later told police that she lied and that he didn’t do that, according to a police report.

Rotello said police were investigating her allegation anyway.

A Cowboys spokesman declined to comment, while an NFL spokesperson confirmed the league will look into the allegations.

Irving’s attorney, Daniel Moskowitz, said Irving hadn’t been contacted by police as of Monday afternoon and declined to comment further.

The NFL will look into the domestic violence allegations against Cowboys DE David Irving made on Twitter today and currently being investigated by Frisco police, a league spokesperson said.

This isn’t the first time Irving has faced a criminal complaint. Sanchez accused him of domestic abuse causing injury in November 2013 in Iowa after police were called to an apartment for a welfare check. He was suspended indefinitely from the Iowa State football team and missed a game against Oklahoma before being reinstated. The charge was dropped in January 2014.

“He tried to come back into the room, but I locked the door,” Sanchez told the Iowa State student paper at the time. “He said, ‘Just watch when I get home.’ And I just stood quiet.”

Sanchez and Irving began dating in high school together at San Jacinto High School in California.

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