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Soros Prosecutor Botches Another Case, Frees Second Murder Suspect in a Month

By Josh Christenson

Buta Biberaj’s office is plagued by ‘almost weekly mistakes’

A Virginia prosecutor backed by the progressive billionaire George Soros botched yet another homicide case, freeing a second murder suspect in less than a month.

Loudoun County judge James Plowman said the office of Commonwealth’s Attorney Buta Biberaj (D.) “exhibited a phenomenal series of missteps” while prosecuting a delivery driver charged with conspiracy to commit murder. Biberaj’s office was delinquent in providing defense attorneys with evidence and subpoenas for expert witnesses, prompting Plowman to dismiss the case last week, the Loudoun Times-Mirror reported.

The bungled murder case is the latest misstep by the Soros-backed prosecutor. Biberaj’s office in October mistakenly released a man charged with murder who fled to Georgia before he was caught by police. Plowman—who served as the county’s commonwealth’s attorney from 2004 to 2019—this year took the rare step of pulling Biberaj from two cases, one of which involved her office’s attempt to “sell” a plea agreement by concealing past robbery charges…

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