And they are using her unwise guilty plea to a charge of being “unruly” against her now. “Agreement between Rifqa Bary, parents to settle conflict short-lived,” by Meredith “Hijab” Heagney for the Columbus Dispatch, January 29 (thanks to Pamela):
The agreement between Rifqa Bary and her parents to settle their conflict through counseling has ended without a single meeting between the parents and their daughter, according to a motion filed in Franklin County Juvenile Court.
The parents – Mohamed and Aysha Bary – are withdrawing their consent to resolve the case. Rifqa and her parents agreed on Jan. 19 that she would stay in foster care and they would undergo counseling instead of beginning a dependency trial to determine where the 17-year-old should live. Rifqa turns 18 in August.
The motion says “the parents now believe the entire deal should be thrown out because of misrepresentation and fraudulent inducement.” It adds that the Barys now object to all decisions made on Jan. 19 and want a trial on the dependency case.
Rifqa ran away in July, saying her father abused her and threatened to kill her for converting from Islam to Christianity. Authorities could not find any credible threats to her safety.
Flaws in their investigation noted here.
Franklin County Children Services promised it would protect Rifqa from the people who helped her run away and are trying to exploit her, but she’s being allowed to talk to Blake and Beverly Lorenz, according to the motion filed yesterday by Omar Tarazi, attorney for the parents. The Lorenzes are the Florida pastor couple who housed Rifqa for more than two weeks after she ran away.
Classic Islamic supremacist projection from a CAIR attorney. Rifqa doesn’t need to be protected from the Lorenzes. She needs to be protected from her parents and other Muslims who believe in the death penalty for apostates and have threatened her life.
The motion says she is being allowed to attend “the very church that targeted her in the first place,” but it does not name the church.
“Targeted her.” Note once again the inversion of reality.
Tarazi also wrote that Angela Lloyd, an attorney for Rifqa, knew or should have known of the contents of a “happy birthday, Daddy” card that she sent to Blake Lorenz on behalf of Rifqa. The motion says Rifqa has yet to talk to her parents.
Two separate motions ask the court to remove Lloyd as Rifqa’s counsel and Bonnie Vangeloff as her guardian ad litem.
Tarazi also filed an emergency motion that all contact between Rifqa and those who “assisted in her unruly behavior” be prohibited because of a pending criminal investigation.
Tarazi is pushing for the isolation of the female apostate, in accord with Sharia.
Pamela has much more. Be sure to read it all.