Ten months ago, Lacy and Levi Peterson’s daughter, Jayla, was reportedly sexually assaulted by three Muslim refugees in Idaho.
The case stalled and nothing has been happening since then. Jayla, a special needs child, deserves justice. Jayla’s family deserves justice.
The three boys (ages 7, 10, and 14) deserve to be punished.
Two of the boys, both Iraqi, took off all Jayla’s clothes and molested her, the third, from Sudan, pervert filmed it.
A resident living in the low-income apartment complex where the attack occurred was able to scare the boys off.
Lacy and Levi say they have been treated poorly by the county prosecutor, the police chief, city councilmen and the local media.
Local activist and family friend, Julie DeWolfe says that the three boys still go to school and live at home; justice has been denied.
DeWolfe claims that the boys have been treated better than the Peterson’s.
DeWolfe claims that biased political officials have deceived the people and buried the case with false statements.
Some local residents think that the Peterson’s made up the incident to smear refugees.
The only trouble with that claim is that there was a witness, Jolene Payne, 89, saw the boy filming the assault in the laundry room.
She also saw the other boys take Jayla’s clothes off.
Lacy suffers from a liver condition and is unable to work. Levi works as a cook.
The family has started a GoFundMe page to help pay their legal expenses and medical bills.