AG Jason Miyares Has Announced Major Investigations Within Hours Of Swearing Oath

Jason Miyares
Jason Miyares

The newly sworn-in Attorney General for the state of Virginia, Jason Miyares, has gone ahead and announced investigations into several forays immediately. Some of them involve investigation the Virginia Parole Board and the Loudoun County Public School. In a statement that was released on Saturday- mere hours after Miyares and Glenn Youngkin- the Republican Governor were sworn-in- Jason Miyares explained why he was launching an investigation in the parole board of the commonwealth along with the Loudoun County Public Schools. 

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In his statement, Jason Miyares wrote that one of the major reasons why the citizens of Virginia have been so fed up with the government is due to the lack of accountability and that is quite a big issue to overlook. The Parole Board of the state broke the law when they decided to let out rapists, murderers, and cop killers early on in their sentences without sending out notices to the victims.

Similarly, the Loudoun County Public Schools went up and covered up a sexual assault on school grounds simply for political gain, which led to the additional assault of a young girl. 

According to Jason Miyares, and rightly so, Loudoun County did become quite a focal point in the gubernatorial race of Youngkin against the former Governor of the state, Terry McAuliffe, following the arrest of a 14-year-old male high school student, who identified themselves as nonbinary, and has been found guilty of raping a female student in the school bathroom.

The student was then transferred to another school where he raped another student, and the district has been accused of covering up the crime- something that led to one of the alleged victim’s parents being arrested at a school board meeting. The offending student has since then been put on the sex offenders registry for life. 

In addition to the investigations, Jason Miyares has also notified the 30 staff members in the AG’s office that they will no longer be under employment by the office of the attorney general.