Massachusetts attorney offers listening to Justin Fairfax Prosecutor

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Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office in Massachusetts has offered to hear from one of the women accused of Virginia Lieutenant Gov. Justin Fairfax sexual assault, said in a statement that the office of “resources” available to her, and stresses that the victim can report, without being forced to testify at the trial.

Prosecutor Rachael Rollins said in a statement on Wednesday that her office is “a safe, survivor-centered environment for everyone to disclosure of sexual assault.”


“These are unique circumstances. We would not discuss in the rule, a question like this publicly, but the decision was made to self-identify, and I would be remiss if I didn’t my office and its resources available to her and other survivors, perhaps the the thing and wrestling with whether or not you come forward to law enforcement, said the” Rollins.

“We would not force a sexual assault victim’s testimony at the trial,” she continued. “My goal is to make sure that someone dealing with this question of possibilities is here…We are ready to help you in the preparation of these compounds, regardless of the possible charges.”

The district attorney’s comments come after Dr. Vanessa C. Tyson, a professor at Scripps College in California, went public with allegations that Fairfax forced her to have oral sex, during the Democratic National Convention in July 2004 in Boston. Fairfax, a Democrat, has strongly denied the accusations.

Tyson’s legal team has not even Fox News responded to” request for comment on the district attorney’s statement.

The limitation period for an alleged crime in Massachusetts would be phased out later this year. But a source close to Tyson’s legal team told Fox News last week that the professor is not planning to pursue, against Fairfax, and showed that they wanted to, “your statement about what happened, and again back to your life.”

Over the weekend, though, Tyson’s legal team released a statement saying, said she would be willing to testify against Fairfax in any kind of impeachment process.


The Statute of limitations for an alleged rape for 15 years in Massachusetts. Tyson says that the alleged incident 28, 2004 occurred on July, in Boston, meaning law enforcement in theory would only complain this summer if you wanted to keep track of.

A spokesman for the Boston police Department, told Fox News last week, could you comment on the status or existence of an investigation, noting that such reports are classified.

Tyson, the law firm of Katz, Marshall & Banks, LLP, presented before the release of their statement, the retention of Debra Katz to represent you. Katz was one of the lawyers for Dr. Christine Blasey Ford represented if you are accused now-Supreme Court, judge Brett Kavanaugh sexually attacked, while in high school.

The statement detailed the alleged encounter, saying that “what began as a consensual kiss quickly turned into a sexual assault.”

“Mr. Fairfax put his hand behind my neck and forcefully pushed my head against his crotch,” she recalls. “It was only then I had realized that, he unbuckled his belt, opened the zipper of his pants, and his penis. He is then forced his penis into my mouth.”

She added clearly: “it is very, that I do not want to engage in oral sex with Mr. Fairfax and I had never been to him any form of consent. Quite to the contrary.”

Fairfax vehemently denied the accusations and called them “surprising and hurtful.” He reiterated that he was “consensual encounter with the woman from the statement” while he is an unmarried law student.

“These unprecedented and difficult times. We have the Chance to prove ourselves worthy of the challenge, and come together,” Fairfax said this week. “I am pleased to unite in the continuation of my work in the Commonwealth.”

Following Tyson’s public statement, another woman, Meredith Watson, came forward, claiming that Fairfax raped them while they were students at Duke University. Fairfax also denied these allegations.


The sexual assault allegations against Fairfax come in the middle of a political fire storm in Virginia, increased from day to day. Earlier, photos of Democratic Gov. Ralph Northam emerged from his medical school Yearbook, showing someone in blackface next to someone wearing a Ku Klux Klan costume. Democrats and Republicans alike have for Northam’s resignation, but the Governor, at this point, has refused and claims he was in this photo.

Northam should resign, and Fairfax would be next in line to follow him—but the sexual assault allegations, his political future in doubt.

Also this week, Virginia attorney General Mark Herring, the next in line of succession, released a statement admitting he, too, moved in blackface during a college party in 1980, said he was wearing brown makeup and a wig, the look like a black rapper during a party at the University of Virginia.

Fox News’ David Sweet contributed to this report.

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