So everyone just decided that since the mother thinks that it happened, even though her daughter says it didn't, that it must have happened? WTF!According to the lawsuit, in the fall of last year the boy was playing with the girl and her 5-year-old brother when the mother arrived. The children said they had been playing doctor. Their mother told investigators she suspected D had put his finger in the girl's anus.
The lawsuit states that prior to the play date, D had medical conditions that required rectal examinations.
Riniker wound up accusing D of first-degree sexual assault, as part of a juvenile court petition for protective services filed last November.
In the spring, according to a report in the Wisconsin State Journal, which was granted access to the juvenile records, a judge declined to dismiss the petitions, which a criminal attorney for the boy called "crazy." The report stated that the girl said that D had only touched the outside of her buttocks.