The Rifqa Bary interview conducted by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement was just released. Here's the document.
In a stunning violation of Rifqa Bary's individual rights, she was not allowed an attorney or Guardian ad litem present. Consider that when the parents were questioned, the interview was supervised by CAIR representatives. Got that?
The interview was conducted on August 24, 2009, a month after she ran away. Rifqa has remained in foster care. Listen to the audio interview here.
I think it is a terrible violation of this poor girl that they would release a minor's testimony. Add this to the parents' release of her private papers and flash drive to CAIR and the media. Psychological rape is what it is.
Conducting Rifqa's interview were at least three male special agents and perhaps one female: David Lee, Special Agent FDLE, Jesi Baron - FDLE, Bob O' Connor - Special Agent Supervisor, FDLE, Robert Redding - Child Protective Investigator. How these neanderthals saw no danger after this interview is unconscionable. It went on for more than two hours.
All the men vs little Rifqa:
Agent DL: You're the victim (chuckle)
Rifa Bary: Oh, really? Okay.
Agent David Lee: You know the difference in a victim and a subject?
Rifqa Bary: Yeah, I do. I do.
Rifqa Bary:.... I have people that want to testify ...my friends.
Rifqa Bary: Here's the thing you need to understand. I almost feel like I had two lives. I was straight A, a lot of people knew me at school, the cheerleader, the good student, the goody two shoes kind of girl that did nothing wrong.
RB: But at home it was a very different lifestyle. I have two groups of friends. One at school and one that knew the truth about me.
And that was my faith and how I was hiding and those are church affiliated people.
DL: Okay, your friends at school the first group, why are they different from the ones ....
RB: Because they did not know my home life. They did not know what I faced. They didn't know the truth about me and I was a believer and I couldn't express it.
The agent David Lee then asked about her religious upbringing. To say that these guys are clueless is being too kind.
They were really fixated on not being too westernized.
"All the laws are very different than here, it's allowed there um, so they could do whatever they wanted and that, I was in very much fear of," she said.
- Rifqa said she thought the threat against her was real because she had heard of other Muslims being killed for similar reasons.
"I had heard of cases like mine so similar that is was scary to me,"
She goes on to describe her life growing up in Sri Lanka. She grew up in an Islamic community where they "took her to the mosque a lot".
David Lee: You may have to help me out here because I don't know a lot about the Muslim religion.
Atlas: So why was he assigned to this case? Get a friggin cluebat.
DL: Devout, devout.
RB: Very devout
DL: Were you very devout
RB: My brother and I would walk to the mosque and for hours we were there and the day before that we would have to memorize pages from the Koran and then recite it back to Imam.
And after we came to Ohio my parents were very fixated on not losing honor, way of life, you know, even though you are in America, these are our laws. I couldn't be a normal teenager. I have to follow a lot of dress codes, there were food codes, there was a code of
I really want you guys to know, please look into the Noor mosque, because there are ties there I think you should know about
I am not only worried about my parents, I am worried about the community ... I am sure you heard my parents weren't the ones that found out everything, it was the Islamic community that found out
And I am honestly, I am really in fear of that community.
Rifqa goes on to explain about sharia law ...the agents are either clueless or really talented actors acting like morons:
DL: Apostate, what is?
RB: Apostate. I am an infidel. I mean infidel, basically an apostate is one that leaves, born of the Islamic religion.
Re: The cheerleading outfit - just as Atlas said many times, she lived a double life and her parents never saw her in it. The cheerleading picture of her on the table in the ABC interview with the Bary parents was staged.
Agent DL: What did he do to make you so afraid?
Rifqa: he beat me
When friends noticed her bruises:
On the cheerleading -- the parents never went to one game.
Rifqa tells of her father's rage upon hearing from the mosque of Rifqa's love of Christianity
UPDATE: An email I received from Jess on FB:
""I'm curious if some of the students they mention in this report by their full names are minors and if they can release their names like that if they are. Something to find out especially for their safety!"
Here Rifqa is questioned about her eye. She admits her brother was responsible in an accident. When queried if she ever got medical attention for it (the reason Mohamed Bary claims brought him to America) Rifqa says, bo. No nedical treatment. They never got her medical treatment
Apparently the school called Rifqa's parents because of the reoccurring appearance of bruises
The reason she chose Florida - to get as far away from Ohio as [possible. She calls the couple of weeks spent with the Lorenzs the greatest of her life
Here Rifqa explains why she had no boyfriends> There was a forced marriage in er future.
This girl .............. must be saved.
Check this out
It ain't funny, clowns.
These are the "agents" that issued the FDLE reprot that said Rifqa was in no danger.The laughing clowns.
These silly agents then ask to read this young girls diaries and journals. Got that? Rifqa says OK. Where was her protection from these ghouls?
Chuckles (below) needs sensitivity training (and no, not from CAIR) and a serious smack upside his head ....
Call the Governor
CALL THE GOVERNOR to keep Rifqa in Florida.
Governor Charlie Crist's office:
Phone: (850) 488-4441, (850) 488-7146(850) 488-7146
Fax: (850) 487-0801