WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: Kamala Harris Bailed Out 37-Year-Old Man Who Raped 8-Year-Old Girl - Left His 71 Year Old Mother In Pool Of Blood To Die And Curb Stopped Resident
The Minnesota Freedom Fund secured the release of an alleged child rapist, a man who reportedly left his own 71-year-old mother in a pool of blood, a man accused of curb stomping a Minneapolis resident who walks with a cane, and more.
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The Minnesota Freedom Fund (MFF), a charity promoted by Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, helped free a 37-year-old man accused of raping an 8-year-old girl from jail.
The fund also bailed out a man who allegedly broke into the home of a 71-year-old woman and tortured her, and a man accused of curb stomping and robbing another man who walked with a cane the same day that George Floyd died. Records of the fund assisting these individuals and others were obtained by Alpha News in collaboration with the Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF).
Harris first promoted the fund on June 1 when she asked her supporters to give the MFF their money on Twitter. The link she included in her Twitter post still leads to a page featuring her branding that allows individuals to give money to the fund, as of September 10.
Harris promoted the fund to, in her own words, “help post bail for those protesting on the ground in Minnesota” during the George Floyd riots. Thanks to her help and the help of many other high-profile liberals, the fund raked in over $35 million ostensibly to assist arrested protesters. Only 6% of the money the fund has spent since Floyd’s death has actually gone towards this cause, per the MFF itself.
A large portion of the money actually went to freeing alleged criminals arrested on charges that are not related to the protests.
Timothy Wayne Columbus
He “put his thing inside me,” an 8-year-old girl told authorities as they investigated allegations that 37-year-old Timothy Wayne Columbus sexually assaulted a child.
The report states that “‘Tim’ laid her [the victim] on the couch and held her down as he unbuckled his pants and then pulled down her pants.”
He then “told her not to tell anyone and continued to penetrate her,” according to the report.
This is not the first time Columbus has been investigated in connection with sexual crimes. He “has a prior juvenile adjudication for criminal sexual conduct … and is a registered sex offender,” the report notes.
If convicted, he faces up to 30 years in prison.
The MFF paid at least $75,000 for his conditional release and as much as $300,000 for his unconditional release, according to records related to his ongoing case (court file number 27-CR-20-14425). (Read More Details)