No voices for young victim in county

What is wrong with our judicial system in Chautauqua County? It appears a 13-year-old can get away with sexually assaulting a 4-year-old child? That’s right, a 4-year-old child.

The front page of the OBSERVER says it all. Headlined “Mom finds no answers in possible sexual assault,” the authorities found DNA from the incident. It sure wasn’t from the victim, so what happened to the investigation?

Why weren’t there any charges? This is an American tragedy right here in Chautauqua County, a place we all thought was a safe place to live. But we do have deranged people living in this county and all of the authorities know this, especially when it comes down to our children. So when a tragedy like this occurs, why are our authorities not doing their jobs, especially when a child is assaulted by a teenager and that there is proof in the DNA? What more do they need?

The judge, the district attorney must take a hard look at themselves and try and figure out why they didn’t do their jobs. If this was an illegal alien, I am sure they would use all of their efforts to try and solve this major problem. Why do the decent people in this country and this county have to take second place to illegals that are treated better than citizens of this country and county?

There is no reason this victim’s family must suffer in a lost cause because our judicial system in this county is not working at all. This is a tragedy that must not be forgotten by us all, especially by the failed judicial system in this county.

We must all remember what has happened to an innocent 4-year-old this day and never forget the inability of our court system and our judicial system that has failed us all. Parents, you must protect your children more now than before because we are losing justice in Chautauqua County.

Richard Makuch is a Dunkirk resident. Send comments to editorial@observertoday.com