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Washington DC and The Holy Land>Repository: Crimes Caused by Illegal Aliens
Otter 11:02 AM 02-17-2018
This is going to be a thread that tracks the numerous crimes commuted by illegal aliens. Feel free to add any that I miss.

The links to the full article will be embedded in the headline.
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Merde Furieux 10:53 AM 08-01-2019
The Jihad Squad must be devastated

https://nypost.com/2019/08/01/ices-m...-in-cash-feds/
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Otter 03:29 PM 08-01-2019
Not to be confused with post 314 above. This is a different 13 year old girl raped by an illegal alien.

Illegal El Salvadoran Alien Arrested, Charged with 1st Degree Rape of a Child

The U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force and U.S. Border Patrol-New Orleans Sector agents arrested Andres Fuentes-Castro on July 18.

Fuentes-Castro has been charged with three counts of first degree rape of a child between 2014 and 2016.

In 2007, Fuentes-Castro was briefly detained in Baton Rouge after a traffic stop, but he was released because he had come to the United States under Temporary Protective Status, according to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

In 2010, Fuentes-Castro’s protective status expired, and he failed to return to his country.

He is being held at Orleans Parish Prison until he can be returned to Baton Rouge for trial on the rape charges.

Fuentes-Castro will eventually be deported to El Salvador, according to CBP.

“The U.S. Marshal’s arrest of this illegal alien for the rape of a child showcases the ongoing superlative work done by the New Orleans Marshals in removing a dangerous criminal from our community,” U.S. Border Patrol New Orleans Sector Chief Patrol Agent Gregory Bovino said.
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Otter 08-03-2019, 04:55 PM
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Sweet Daddy Hate 06:17 PM 08-03-2019
Hello? Is anybody home?

The usual suspects sure are silent in this thread.
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Merde Furieux 06:03 PM 08-04-2019
What's the body count, so far this year?
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Otter 06:28 PM 08-10-2019
TWO MORE AMERICANS KILLED BY AN ILLEGAL ALIEN IN DUI CRASH

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol says a Duplin County man faces felony charges after he allegedly hit and killed two pedestrians with his truck on Saturday.

According to investigators at NCSHP Troop B in Duplin County, at 8:36 p.m. Saturday on Tram Road, Jeanie Johnson Jenkins, age 44 of Mt. Olive, and Horace Wayne Pittman Jr., age 49 of Mount Olive, were struck by a vehicle and died.o
Investigators say, Alfonso Santos, age 37 of Albertson, was driving his 2009 Dodge pickup when he crossed the center-line of the road and hit the two victims, who were walking along the road.

A witness called 911 to report Santos’ tag number, and Troopers arrested him a few minutes after the incident.

Santos was charged with 2 counts of felony hit and run, DWI, and other traffic violations.
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Otter 06:36 PM 08-10-2019
It's odd that people who feel the rules don't apply to them keep on diddling children. It's almost as if they think rules of society don't apply to them.


PREVIOUSLY DEPORTED SEX OFFENDER RE-ARRESTED IN ARIZONA

TUCSON, AZ (KVOA) – A previously deported sex offender was arrested near Nogales on Saturday after he reentered the country illegally.

Tucson Sector CBP agents patrolling near a residential subdivision of Nogales came across 26-year-old Adolfo Torres-Aguilar, and determined he was a Mexican national illegally present in the United States.

After a criminal database check, agents discovered Torres-Aguiar had been convicted of Criminal Sexual Contact earlier this year in Bridgeton, N.J.

Torres-Aguilar, one of several sex offenders with convictions out of the northeast recently arrested by agents, will will face federal prosecutions for immigration violations.
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Otter 05:41 AM 08-13-2019
TWO MORE AMERICANS KILLED BY AN ILLEGAL ALIEN IN DUI CRASH

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol says a Duplin County man faces felony charges after he allegedly hit and killed two pedestrians with his truck on Saturday.

According to investigators at NCSHP Troop B in Duplin County, at 8:36 p.m. Saturday on Tram Road, Jeanie Johnson Jenkins, age 44 of Mt. Olive, and Horace Wayne Pittman Jr., age 49 of Mount Olive, were struck by a vehicle and died.

Investigators say, Alfonso Santos, age 37 of Albertson, was driving his 2009 Dodge pickup when he crossed the center-line of the road and hit the two victims, who were walking along the road.

A witness called 911 to report Santos’ tag number, and Troopers arrested him a few minutes after the incident.

Santos was charged with 2 counts of felony hit and run, DWI, and other traffic violations
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Otter 06:23 AM 08-13-2019

Calling people that are against illegal migration “anti-immigrant”, is about as intellectually dishonest as calling people that are against burglary “anti-charity”.

— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) August 10, 2019

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Otter 07:39 AM 08-14-2019
ICE: Two Illegal Aliens in Md. Rape Friend's 11-year-old Sister on Separate Occasions

GERMANTOWN, Md. (ABC7) — Two undocumented immigrants are accused of raping an 11-year-old girl on different occasions, the common denominator being a friendship with the victim's older brother.

Montgomery County Police have arrested Mauricio Barrera-Navidad, 29, of Damascus, and Carlos Palacios-Amaya, 28, of Gaithersburg, and charged each with second-degree rape.

Last month, the victim — now 12-years-old — spoke with a social worker at her middle school in Germantown. Talking through tears, the girl shared the painful details about what both men allegedly did to her.


WHAT HAPPENED

In September 2018, the victim was introduced to her older brother's friend, Palacios-Amaya. Over the course of the next few months, the then 27-year-old man raped the middle schooler on multiple occasions, authorities allege. The victim recalled one instance where Palacios-Amaya "used his cell phone to video record the two of them having sex," police noted in court documents.

The victim told the social worker that Palacios-Amaya would often pressure her not to attend school so that she could stay home while her parents were at work. That gave Palacios-Amaya unsupervised access to the girl.
Investigators say while reviewing the victim’s cell phone, they located numerous photographs of Palacios-Amaya with the girl.
The other suspect, Barrera-Navidad, reportedly attended the victim's older brother's birthday party on July 2018. The celebration took place at a mobile home park in Germantown.

At one point in the evening, Barrera-Navidad and the 11-year-old victim entered a bedroom. According to police, Barrera-Navidad raped the girl and then continued to communicate with her via cell phone for an undisclosed period of time thereafter.

THE SUSPECTS

According to court documents, Barrera-Navidad was born in El Salvador, has four children and works for a demolition company. Up until his arrest, he was residing at his brother-in-law's home along the 25900 block of Largo Court in Damascus.

Montgomery County District Court Judge Sherri Koch granted Barrera-Navidad a $100,000 (post 10 percent) bond. He remains incarcerated while awaiting trial.

Less biographical information is presently known about Palacios-Amaya, but Montgomery County District Court Judge Eric Nee denied him bond, perhaps because Palacios-Amaya is charged with four rape counts while Barrera-Navidad is charged with one.

Up until his arrest, Palacios-Amaya was residing along the 18300 block of Quondal Court in Gaithersburg.

ICE WEIGHS IN

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement tells ABC7 that Barrera-Navidad and Palacios-Amaya are both living in the country illegally.
In December 2016, an immigration judge issued Barrera-Navidad a "final order of removal." It's unclear why the Salvadoran national remained in the country.

In 2014, federal authorities removed Palacios-Amaya from the U.S. for an undisclosed reason. The 28-year-old — who ICE referred to as a "repeat immigration violator" — returned to the U.S. on an unknown date.
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stevieray 07:40 AM 08-14-2019
Originally Posted by Otter:
ICE: Two Illegal Aliens in Md. Rape Friend's 11-year-old Sister on Separate Occasions

GERMANTOWN, Md. (ABC7) — Two undocumented immigrants are accused of raping an 11-year-old girl on different occasions, the common denominator being a friendship with the victim's older brother.

Montgomery County Police have arrested Mauricio Barrera-Navidad, 29, of Damascus, and Carlos Palacios-Amaya, 28, of Gaithersburg, and charged each with second-degree rape.

Last month, the victim — now 12-years-old — spoke with a social worker at her middle school in Germantown. Talking through tears, the girl shared the painful details about what both men allegedly did to her.


WHAT HAPPENED

In September 2018, the victim was introduced to her older brother's friend, Palacios-Amaya. Over the course of the next few months, the then 27-year-old man raped the middle schooler on multiple occasions, authorities allege. The victim recalled one instance where Palacios-Amaya "used his cell phone to video record the two of them having sex," police noted in court documents.

The victim told the social worker that Palacios-Amaya would often pressure her not to attend school so that she could stay home while her parents were at work. That gave Palacios-Amaya unsupervised access to the girl.
Investigators say while reviewing the victim’s cell phone, they located numerous photographs of Palacios-Amaya with the girl.
The other suspect, Barrera-Navidad, reportedly attended the victim's older brother's birthday party on July 2018. The celebration took place at a mobile home park in Germantown.

At one point in the evening, Barrera-Navidad and the 11-year-old victim entered a bedroom. According to police, Barrera-Navidad raped the girl and then continued to communicate with her via cell phone for an undisclosed period of time thereafter.

THE SUSPECTS

According to court documents, Barrera-Navidad was born in El Salvador, has four children and works for a demolition company. Up until his arrest, he was residing at his brother-in-law's home along the 25900 block of Largo Court in Damascus.

Montgomery County District Court Judge Sherri Koch granted Barrera-Navidad a $100,000 (post 10 percent) bond. He remains incarcerated while awaiting trial.

Less biographical information is presently known about Palacios-Amaya, but Montgomery County District Court Judge Eric Nee denied him bond, perhaps because Palacios-Amaya is charged with four rape counts while Barrera-Navidad is charged with one.

Up until his arrest, Palacios-Amaya was residing along the 18300 block of Quondal Court in Gaithersburg.

ICE WEIGHS IN

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement tells ABC7 that Barrera-Navidad and Palacios-Amaya are both living in the country illegally.
In December 2016, an immigration judge issued Barrera-Navidad a "final order of removal." It's unclear why the Salvadoran national remained in the country.

In 2014, federal authorities removed Palacios-Amaya from the U.S. for an undisclosed reason. The 28-year-old — who ICE referred to as a "repeat immigration violator" — returned to the U.S. on an unknown date.

:-):-):-)
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warrior 08:41 AM 08-14-2019
Originally Posted by Otter:
ICE: Two Illegal Aliens in Md. Rape Friend's 11-year-old Sister on Separate Occasions

GERMANTOWN, Md. (ABC7) — Two undocumented immigrants are accused of raping an 11-year-old girl on different occasions, the common denominator being a friendship with the victim's older brother.

Montgomery County Police have arrested Mauricio Barrera-Navidad, 29, of Damascus, and Carlos Palacios-Amaya, 28, of Gaithersburg, and charged each with second-degree rape.

Last month, the victim — now 12-years-old — spoke with a social worker at her middle school in Germantown. Talking through tears, the girl shared the painful details about what both men allegedly did to her.


WHAT HAPPENED

In September 2018, the victim was introduced to her older brother's friend, Palacios-Amaya. Over the course of the next few months, the then 27-year-old man raped the middle schooler on multiple occasions, authorities allege. The victim recalled one instance where Palacios-Amaya "used his cell phone to video record the two of them having sex," police noted in court documents.

The victim told the social worker that Palacios-Amaya would often pressure her not to attend school so that she could stay home while her parents were at work. That gave Palacios-Amaya unsupervised access to the girl.
Investigators say while reviewing the victim’s cell phone, they located numerous photographs of Palacios-Amaya with the girl.
The other suspect, Barrera-Navidad, reportedly attended the victim's older brother's birthday party on July 2018. The celebration took place at a mobile home park in Germantown.

At one point in the evening, Barrera-Navidad and the 11-year-old victim entered a bedroom. According to police, Barrera-Navidad raped the girl and then continued to communicate with her via cell phone for an undisclosed period of time thereafter.

THE SUSPECTS

According to court documents, Barrera-Navidad was born in El Salvador, has four children and works for a demolition company. Up until his arrest, he was residing at his brother-in-law's home along the 25900 block of Largo Court in Damascus.

Montgomery County District Court Judge Sherri Koch granted Barrera-Navidad a $100,000 (post 10 percent) bond. He remains incarcerated while awaiting trial.

Less biographical information is presently known about Palacios-Amaya, but Montgomery County District Court Judge Eric Nee denied him bond, perhaps because Palacios-Amaya is charged with four rape counts while Barrera-Navidad is charged with one.

Up until his arrest, Palacios-Amaya was residing along the 18300 block of Quondal Court in Gaithersburg.

ICE WEIGHS IN

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement tells ABC7 that Barrera-Navidad and Palacios-Amaya are both living in the country illegally.
In December 2016, an immigration judge issued Barrera-Navidad a "final order of removal." It's unclear why the Salvadoran national remained in the country.

In 2014, federal authorities removed Palacios-Amaya from the U.S. for an undisclosed reason. The 28-year-old — who ICE referred to as a "repeat immigration violator" — returned to the U.S. on an unknown date.



2nd degree rape wtf, pray tell what one does to be charged with 1st degree rape
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Sweet Daddy Hate 03:21 PM 08-16-2019
Pieces of shit sure are busy little bastards. Too bad they can't be productive.

But what should we expect from trash?
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Merde Furieux 05:05 PM 08-16-2019
Originally Posted by Sweet Daddy Hate:
Pieces of shit sure are busy little bastards. Too bad they can't be productive.

But what should we expect from trash?
Cultural Enrichment!!!
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Otter 08:56 AM 08-20-2019
ILLEGAL ALIEN KIDNAPPED, RAPED 16-YEAR-OLD GIRL, STABBED HER FAMILY

A 23-year-old who stabbed four people, kidnapped a teenage girl and raped her in an empty Macon house was sentenced Thursday to 30 years in prison.

Adrian J. Garcia-Zamarroon, who was living in Riverdale, kidnapped a 16-year-old girl from a restaurant in Newnan where she worked with her parents, according to a news release from the Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney’s Office.

Garcia-Zamarroon stabbed four people at the eatery then drove off with the girl. He drove south on Interstate 75 and stopped after his car ran out of gas on the south side of Monroe County, according to the news release.

Garcia-Zamarroon, still armed with a knife, walked the girl to a house that was under construction on Rivoli Road, near the Bibb County line. While spending the night in the empty house, Garcia-Zamarroon raped the girl and threatened her life, according to the news release.
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BDj23 09:17 AM 08-20-2019
ICE IS JUST LIKE THE GAZPACHO!!!!!
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