Liban Mohamed, 39, was in the the United States for only about a week when he tried to force himself on a 31-year-old woman with severe disabilities in Aberdeen, South Dakota. He is not a U.S. citizen, but whether he will be deported in the wake of his conviction remains unclear.
WND The trial for Mohamed was held just a few days before Christmas and NOT a word of the conviction has made it past the local media, residents of Aberdeen told WND on Tuesday. Mohamed speaks no English and required two interpreters at trial, according to the state’s attorney who prosecuted the case.
Prosecutor Christopher White told WND “The day that it happened, he was staying at the White House Inn hotel in Aberdeen. What came out at trial, in his defense attorney’s opening statement, was that he arrived in Aberdeen that day and had only been in the United States for approximately a week, and he had come to work at the beef plant in Aberdeen.
But I don’t know if he had already started working or was about to start work there.” Mohamed mentioned to law enforcement that he had been hired on at the Demkota Ranch beef plant, White said.
WND called the executive editor of Aberdeen’s daily newspaper, the American News, and asked why nothing has been reported on the crime committed by Mohamed. He said he had no knowledge of Mohamed’s arrest, trial or conviction.
“I’m not seeing it in our system, and I really don’t recall it,” said editor J.J. Perry when asked about the case Tuesday by WND. “I’ll have to talk to our court reporter. It might be we just missed it on the docket.”
The incident occurred on July 30, when a caregiver sat the victim on a bench outside so she could enjoy some fresh air, along with one other resident of the home. The caregiver then went back inside to get more residents, and when she returned found Mohamed allegedly with his hand placed between the woman’s legs, reaching for her private parts.
The worker saw what was happening and pulled the woman away from her assailant. Mohamed allegedly claimed to authorities that if he were in his country, he’d done nothing wrong. White said the woman cannot talk, although she is able to say her name and to let caregivers know when she’s hungry.
The newspaper’s court reporter, Elisa Sand, did not attend the trial, WND was told by officials who were present on Dec. 20. Nor has the case received any coverage from local TV stations in South Dakota or neighboring Minnesota.
Mohamed was convicted of attempted sexual contact with a person incapable of consent, which is a class 4 felony in South Dakota and punishable by up to five years in prison. The victim is a mentally impaired woman living at a facility operated by a local nonprofit, Aspire Inc.
The media tried, but couldn’t cover up this heinous rape and humiliation of a 5 year old girl in Idaho:
You probably didn’t hear about this one either: NORTH DAKOTA allegedly “vetted” Somali Muslim refugee charged with gross sexual assault, kidnapping, aggravated assault, and two counts of terrorizing.
You might have heard of Mohammed Hussein Ibraheim Eldai (below) of Twin Falls, Idaho a Somali Muslim ‘refugee’ who was quoted by local media in June as representative of Somali Muslims opposing “bad things” and bemoaning the fact that the “picture of Muslims is getting worse.
Quoted on air and reported by Breitbart as saying: “These bad people they do this stuff in the name of Islam, and Islam doesn’t say it like that,” said Mohammed Hussein Ibraheim Eldai. “Now the picture of Islam is getting worse because, I don’t know. I… hope these people are going to give up.”
Shortly thereafter, he was arraigned in Twin Falls County Court on a charge of sexual abuse with the intent to rape a woman with development disabilities. Eldai touched her under her clothing and told police he took off his clothes and was planning on having sex with her.