Wisconsin boy, 6, accused of rape after girl's mom finds them playing 'doctor'. Photo via Blake Campbell.
A young Wisconsin boy, age 6, was accused by one of the boy’s playmate’s mothers of sexually assaulting her daughter by sticking his finger in her anus. The little girl denied that the boy had done that, but the mother reportedly moved forward with her relentless plight to have the boy prosecuted for rape. The incident, which happened in the fall of 2010, happened at the home of a prominent politician in Grant County, Wisconsin. The alleged victim’s aunt is also Regional Social Services Supervisor, raising questions by the accused boy’s parents of conspiracy. The boy’s family now claims that the politically connected family used their connections to humiliate, bully and crucify the boy’s family in the community.
The little boy, who is now 7, apparently suffered from an illness which required anal exams at a young age. The parent’s contend that the boy also has ADHD. The children reportedly told the mother of the alleged victim that they had been playing ‘doctor’. The girls younger brother, age 5, was also with them during the alleged incident.
The boys parents claim that the youngster didn’t know what he was doing was wrong. Coupled with the fact that the original police report stated the girl denied the boy had touched her inappropriately, the credibility of a Wisconsin Judge, who refused to throw the case out and motioned to move forward with the criminal prosecution of the 6-year-old boy may also be interpreted as further conspiratorial behavior.
The parents of the accused boy, Jennifer and Kurt D, have filed a harassment lawsuit against the prosecuting attorney and the girl’s family. They also claim that the District Attorney, Lisa Riniker, was pressuring them into signing a ‘consent’ agreement which would be akin to consenting to guilt. They claim that social services and the DA, Riniker, likely want to use such a consent form to take the boy from their custody.
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