13-Year-Old Girl Kidnapped, Sexually Assaulted, By Mexican Illegal Alien Criminal….

gomez - illegalVAN BUREN COUNTY, Mich. – The Van Buren County Sheriff’s Office responded to information given about a missing 13-year-old girl Thursday night.

The girl had been last seen on Tuesday, July 7th in Florida and was reported missing to the city’s local Polk County Sheriff’s Office.

The Polk County Sheriff’s Office had obtained information that the 13-year-old juvenile may be at a residence located in the 66000 Block of 48th Avenue, in Hartford Township.

It was reported that she was possibly with a male suspect. Officials conducted an investigation inside this home and found the missing 13-year-old girl. 23-year-old Aurelio Hernandez-Gomez of Chiapas, Mexico was found hiding inside the residence by law enforcement officers.

Investigators discovered that the male suspect had allegedly sexually assaulted the young girl while at the home.

Deputies reported that the suspect told them that he entered the United States illegally. (read more)

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84 Responses to 13-Year-Old Girl Kidnapped, Sexually Assaulted, By Mexican Illegal Alien Criminal….

  1. ytz4mee says:

    The attitude of some hispanic males towards females is completely against our values and belief system – yet we are told it’s important that we import this type of “die-versity” into every corner of America.

    I remember a case in the Salinas Valley where the father “sold” his young daughter for some steaks and a case of beer. He was surprised when the “purchaser” brought her back after he was “finished”.

    http://www.ageofconsent.com/mexico.htm

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    • Judgy says:

      Way to go, Nacho. Excellent timing. You’re too dumb, and evil to get that you & your violent, sex-crazed hermanos are ALREADY on the verge of being kicked out.

      Look, Ann Coulter is tricky, and hard to take, but she was ABSOLUTELY RIGHT about one thing. She told Univision’s Jorge Ramos that people want to come here because we have a SUPERIOR CULTURE, and if we didn’t, that they would be “doing this interview in Mexico”.

      This isn’t a race thing–CULTURE can be open to EVERYONE. Just embrace our pretty fair values. Ytz is right on the money too.

      Now just TRUMP needs to convey it. In a completely CLEAR, obviouslt no-racism intended way, though.

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    • justfactsplz says:

      You are so right about the attitudes of some Hispanic males towards females. They are very drawn to white females, the fairer the complexion the better. They whistle, clack their mouths, and undress the females with their eyes. It is quite disgusting and I have seen it over and over again when out in the public. The only females that hold value to them is their momma and they put her up on a pedestal.

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      • Judgy says:

        Many DO do that. It’s gross. I can live with being disrespected, if the behavior does not escalate, crossing over into actual physical contact. I can understand why illegals come here. I cannot understand, however, why they think they “deserve” to stay. Even if they think “we stole their land”, I still don’t totally get why they think they should get rights over other suffering minorities, patiently waiting their TURN in THEIR third-world hellholes–unless maybe it’s just primarily that they think “Well, that’s not me”. Regardless, I’d like all illegals OUT. (Not holding my breath).

        No matter what happens with our “Trumped-up” hopes for closing the border though, there are still going to be a heckuva lot of Latino males here who hold that weird dichotomy you mention about women. At least it’s an indication of their humanity that they love their mothers. Now, how to get them to understand that THEIR MOTHERS were once HOT YOUNG GIRLS** to other rude young males?? (Or, failing that, maybe get them to LEAVE? Still not holding my breath, though).

        (**and I understand “hot” is relative). 😉

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        • Sentient says:

          “For if you love those who love you, what recompense will you have? Do not the tax collectors do the same?” Mt 5:46

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        • Jett Black says:

          Beyond how they think they should be able to stay, why would they want more of their ilk? They came here to get away from the masses and dysfunctional cultures weighing them down in every way–so if one makes it here, he/she should want the rest to stay behind. Of course, that assumes they’re doing the thinking and deciding on those issues, which they’re not. NWO scumbags and their dupes, like CoC, RNC, and DNC are pulling the strings.

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    • chick20112011 says:

      12 years old. Disregard for following our laws, in every way.

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    • Anubis says:

      At the end of your source it says the age of consent in Mexico is 18, but it cites that the penalty for raping a 16yo girl is $20. I had always seen 12 as the age of consent for Mexico.

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  2. Wait for the facts. This could be an elopement. He looks like a very young 23 and the girl may be a very mature 13. Our laws do not allow “consent” to be taken into account. Only age.

    Also, remember Mary Kay Letourneau, that Washington school teacher who allegedly raped a 13-year old sixth-grader and was sent to prison while she was pregnant with his child. They are now married and have two children. Some people mature faster than others.

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  3. aprilyn43 says:

    The fruits of Obama’s immigration policies are revealing their “rottenness”; just like every other Obama policy.

    And just like every other destructive Obama policy some American has to pay and pay and pay.

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  4. keebler AC says:

    Seriously, it no longer matters. Trump will not win at this rate. Schools of fish weave this way and that. Normal response to danger or semblance of danger. But we’re not fish. Even with the great danger that is illegal immigration, the lamestream media will win in the end. We claim to see through lies and yet, we don’t really, do we? Flavors of the day evaporate with the mist and memories are short. Why? Because today we forgot why we believed in a certain way.

    There will be a third party, and either Bernie or Shillary will win, because it’s not in us to win nor in it for us to win. Even if presented with a great leader who is appropriate for the times, maybe not 2 years ago, maybe not 6 years hence, today, for today, for today’s problems, we’ll kill him before he starts.

    There will be a repeat of Thad Cochran over Bevin where GOP colluded with Democrats. Shillary will be in the Oval Office 2016.

    In case you think I’m hallucinating, this is what’s going on right under our eyes and we will aid and abet it through our own self-righteousness:

    The call for help has even been issued to Jeb Bush’s seeming Democratic rival – Team Clinton. Apparently Bush operatives believe that between the two political dynasties and their many supporters among the Mainstream Media and corporate business world, the Trump threat can be quickly terminated before it grows into a legitimate challenge to the seemingly pre-determined Bush vs Clinton 2016 showdown.

    A D.C. Whispers source put it this way:

    “It’s said that Hillary Clinton wants nothing to do with Donald Trump. To most they just call him a clown, but privately they’re afraid of him. The Clinton team doesn’t fear Jeb Bush because they know what they are up against and that lack of fear is mutual among the Bush operation as well. They both run in similar circles politically and financially, so it’s a choice of shades of the same color and that’s how they want to keep it.”

    http://dcwhispers.com/bill-clinton-tells-jeb-bush-this-trump-thing-will-be-taken-care-of/

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    • Judgy says:

      That’s entirely possible. You may be COMPLETELY right. I still hope not.

      America is about IDEAS, about choosing to live by certain principles, because ultimately, they work out in one of the MOST FAIR ways possible. People recognize when they’re being treated unfairly. When they don’t know, or realize they’re being lied to, they can react quite badly.

      The reaction to Trump has given me hope. If the American people have already been collectively dumbed-down, or coarsened enough to not recognize, or care that Hillary’s a damned liar, we’re toast. If they recognize that the people now in power are failing, and how badly that affects them personally, maybe there’s a chance.

      Of course, it could be that the controlling cronies are just too far-flung, wealthy, & powerful–not to mention completely corrupt. If they cheat, & no one can prove it, it’ll not only be “Adios, America!”, but “Allahu Akbar, America!”. That doesn’t bode well for the gay crowd, to say the least.

      Some illegals come here cuz they’re just bad, & don’t care about laws. Others think (& are taught) they have a RIGHT to, cuz “we stole Mexico”. I know Mexicans who DON’T buy into that crap though. And I still don’t think MOST Americans do either. But we’ll see.

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      • keebler AC says:

        Yesterday, we were for Trump. He gave the families of illegal immigrants a voice. We were impressed with his quick wit and the self-sacrifice he made. Today, we’ve forgotten that for spare change about his doing this for his ego (really?) and lack of political speech making aplomb. Yesterday, we criticized Obama for his political rhetoric. Today, we skewer Trump for not speaking eloquently at one gathering which was supposed to be a small gathering of 500. He didn’t bring his political points since he wasn’t expecting that large a crowd. Unproven charges against him are thrown out and it is accepted……why, because the media stated certain things which the support Trump detractors. We instantly falter, fear we made a mistake, we hesitate, we doubt, we question ourselves and our sanity. We don’t want to look bad. We’re asea, ships without anchor. Are we that insecure in our judgment that it only takes one thing out of context to throw everything we saw yesterday out the door? What is different today from yesterday, to make us change our minds so suddenly. Is it Trump’s fault, really for failing to impress us? We hold leaders to the standard of God. Does anyone pray and ask to know the right thing to do, to help put aside blinders and our humility to do the right thing, not for only us and our personal baggage that we all have, but to see clearly?

        Judgy, I would like Trump to build a nice building, a commerce center down in Mexico, far, far away from the border. I would like him assemble financing by the Mexican government to build it. I would like him to ask Bill Gates and other oligarchs to donate their money for it. It could employ these nice, friendly illegal hispanics. I would like Trump then to hand it off turn key to private business in Mexico. By then the US economy will be buzzing with commerce again because of Trump inspired projects. Politics is what makes things complicated. Otherwise it’s quite simple if government just gets out of the way. Trump doesn’t need no stinkin’ political savvy and talk big shot with well-heeled shoes.

        It’s not going to happen because Conservatives are too busy mercilessly defeating their own best shot by forgetting each yesterday. By the time election rolls around we’ve been easily had by evil and it isn’t on the other side.

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        • joanfoster says:

          Fantastic comment, keebler. There will be no perfect candidate for some conservatives. As of today, Trump is hitting on all the cylinders that matter to me and I am just as excited about his candidacy today as I was Saturday. If I want to spend my time trying to figure out what the decepticons are saying about him, I can be easily discouraged. I refuse to take any of them seriously.

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          Keebler, what are you talking about “we”. I haven’t forgotten anything. And, I really don’t understand where this is coming from.

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          • Yeah, I don’t get the “we” thing, either. Maybe he has a mouse in his pocket?

            Seriously, though, Trump’s entry into the race has been a game-changer that brought new life to the conversation over amnesty, and I expect he will have a similar impact on other topics, as well. In many ways, I view him as speaking in a manner not unlike my own: Non-PC and in the vernacular of the everyday citizen.

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          • Dixie says:

            I haven’t forgotten either and not likely to…..nor have I given up.

            I understand what Keebler is getting at though….the American public is fickle and moves from subject to subject like schools of fish, voraciously consuming everything in its path and then quickly moving on to the next object, having forgotten what they just consumed. Gruber felt that way about the american public too. However, I don’t forget and I’m not stupid.

            Many here have criticized Trump for various reasons and those are the same who are looking for the “perfect” candidate who does not exist.

            But Keebler nor Gruber speaks for me.

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          • lilbirdee'12 says:

            Great comments, ausmom, LJP, and Dixie. We have not and will not forget. And yes, Keebler, many of us are praying and asking our Heavenly Father for guidance to know whom He would have as our Nation’s leader, see nightly OT 9pm prayer.

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            • keebler AC says:

              ❤ You gals and guys are not the “silent majority” — you are the vocal minority and you keep G-d’s gift alive with your prayers and diligence. (((Waves my flag))) I would post a li’l A’murica flag but I don’t know how!

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        • west1890 says:

          “He gave the families of illegal immigrants a voice”? I watched the speech and it was the families of the VICTIMS of illegal immigrants that he had speaking.

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        • Coast says:

          “Does anyone pray and ask to know the right thing to do, to help put aside blinders and our humility to do the right thing, not for only us and our personal baggage that we all have, but to see clearly?”

          I think the issue is “Does America still have enough wisdom and goodness to recognize a leader who would be healthy for the country”? Frankly I’m running out of hope when I listen to the “average” citizen/voter.

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          • bleep21k says:

            AMEN @Coast! A media fueled and burned, then fed to us “popularity contest”…

            Last time around I voted for Gary Johnson – people looked at me and basically questioned “Who?” Oh well…

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            • keebler AC says:

              The silent majority remains a silent majority by volition even when G-d answers their prayers with a potential leader. Cruz is near flat-lined now. Once that happens, no amount of resuscitation will help. I fear the same will happen to Trump, and 2012 will rear the same ugly head where Conservatives are left with “anything is better than Shillary”. Not exactly a vote puller.

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      • dandtoy says:

        Every one knows Hillary is a liar. Some love that she will lie, cheat and steal from the hated enemy, Republicans and for that they do Love Her! They would rather see the country self destruct than return to Republican control…. Yes they know and love how she lies.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        “The reaction to Trump has given me hope.” Yes, this.

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    • Trump CON-gress says:

      Stalking Horse candidates : all provide cover except Trump. And that scares the entrenched power – players. Illegal DUI fatal accidents / arrests have been off the charts for years !!

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    • MrAleGuy says:

      There will be a repeat of Thad Cochran over Bevin where GOP colluded with Democrats.

      Since we strive for accuracy here, I’d point out there was NO Cochran vs. Bevin contest.

      Cochran beat McDaniel in MS with the help of Establishment Republicans and Crossover Democrats.

      McConnell beat Bevin in KY.

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      • keebler AC says:

        Correct, thank you. They are starting to all look like donkeys to me and I can’t tell one from the other. Whatever they did colluding with the Democrats worked with GOP/Conservative voters. It’s foolish to think the same won’t happen again. There’s a general tendency to fall into complacency thinking voters have their eye on the ball. Candidate Trump will go nowhere with detractors who only have to throw out a crumb about Donald’s clothes not made in America or that he tweeted 15000 attended his Arizona speech and the room itself only holds 4100. We have photos of a Trump suit with Made in Mexico or China, and its off to the races dumping and doubting on him. Some don’t hear Trump explain that as a business man he’s not going to make money off label if there is no good clothing manufacturer who can compete under NAFTA. He says the infrastructure has to be fixed. The Phoenix Convention Center has an Exhibition center that is connected to the Ballroom. Show one piece of weakness and the molls which hover looking for an opening and a chance – launch and disrupt.

        It’s going to take extraordinary support of Trump to put him in the White House. People won’t like what I have to say but it bears saying, because Conservatives lost both Bevin and McDaniel, the same on a larger level will happen. We follow what detractors say, we doubt. Yes, we do. Because we don’t stand up against what is being said. We let others do the fighting, the digging for truth, we abandon the leader to do all the work. G-d blesses us with a “leader” and we do nothing to help when the fight gets dirty, we criticize him for irrelevant things. We won’t be receiving any rewards.

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    • ytz4mee says:

      FWIW, based on actual experience, they don’t announce in advance when they’re going to take you out … they just do it – in the most dirty, underhanded, nasty way.

      When you see something like this helpfully “leaked” to a website that trucks in unsubstantiated gossip for score-settling, your spidey senses should be tingling.

      So let’s play Devil’s Advocate. If we were to take the position that teh Donald is playing the role of spoiler to siphon off support for Bush to clear the field for Hillary, what would be part of the psyops campaign to create a perception in the minds of people who don’t really understand the chess game?

      I realize that teh Donald has a lot of qualities that are necessary for a real Chief Executive Officer and CIC to lead this country, but when I start seeing such obvious ham-fisted tactics like this, I am even less inclined to believe it’s a genuine effort on his part.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        What if? Just, what if, he got into the race for whatever reasons he had of his own, and then God opened his eyes and made him see that there is more to life than himself, his family, and his wealth? What if? But, then again, my favorite book is Jane Eyre.

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        • ytz4mee says:

          Sigh. Right. Because with this gang, the issue is always the issue. Pure and simple, no substitutions or added salt.

          So while everyone is burning daylight all a-gaga over teh Donald, they aren’t vetting alternatives to Jeb, they aren’t donating to other candidates, they aren’t on the ground building a framework to support the conservative movement. Valuable time is being wasted. Teh Donald vaudeville act is a two-fer for Special Interest Class.

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          • Dixie says:

            Generally I stick with being a cheerleader for you because of your knowledge and intelligence which is obvious. I don’t like your point but it is a good one. When we start questioning Trump’s sincerity, we start to create apprehension.

            I prefer to believe that he is sincere and wouldn’t play the CoC’s giant chess game. After all what would be the advantage to him to align himself with the establishment we all so despise? If he did, he would eventually come out as a traitor and why would he want that? He likes to be loved, not hated.

            I really believe him when he says he wants to “make America great again”. I’ll take him at his word “that he can’t be bought.” If he sticks with his bid for President, I’m sticking with him. Nobody can accuse me of not being loyal.

            I’ll add one caveat to that…..I’m continuing to watch and listen and hopefully he won’t disappoint or stumble. There is still a long way to go to November 2016.

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      • keebler AC says:

        Your choice of words is out of sight, lol. Trump doesn’t seem to be the second-fiddle type though. Bill Clinton has directly allayed Jeb Bush-GOP fears by stating that Trump will never make it pass debate stage. Seems suspicious to me. Well, we can play the game too! What if we unexpectedly showed up in numbers and push Trump past the debates and suddenly he sees he can win over Shillary and smash both candidates with his fist. It will take a bit of “violence” from Trump if we want to avoid Civil War II.

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    • Millwright says:

      And isn’t this exactly the nefarious start of dealing so many americans are expressing a hatred of ? Its been obvious for some decades voters need to reform their existing parties ‘from the grassroots up’ , or ‘go rogue’ and form their own party(s).

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  5. francismuldoon says:

    The area in the story (Hartford, MI) is not too far from me. There are a lot of Hispanic field workers that inhabit the region who migrate along with the crops and this guy probably blended right in with them.

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  6. Daniel says:

    You know? I don’t know why it took me so long to make this connection, but we have heard and said “times have changed” where the safety of children in this country are concerned. We talk about how we used to be able to “whatever” without worries or concerns and these days it’s not at all like that. Why?

    Could it be that a change, not in the minds and the behaviors of the people, but in the demographics which is responsible? Yet another effect of this hiding of the facts?

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  7. AdukeLAXobserver says:

    He was just doing the raping Americans refuse to do.

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  8. georgiafl says:

    16 facts about illegal immigration that should shut the mouth of liberals.

    There is blog after blog of statistics and cases of illegals making themselves unwelcome in the US.

    Leftists are purposely creating chaos and killing American citizens through their policies.

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    • Dixie says:

      63 percent of Americans want the U.S. to gain control of the border

      That’s a mighty big number for a forgetful public.

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      • georgiafl says:

        May 5, 2015 – “A new Rasmussen Reports poll has found that support for border security among likely voters is at a 4-year high, eclipsing support for immigration reform:

        [M]ost voters — 63 percent — continue to say that border security is more important than legalizing or providing a pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants already in the United States, up two points from January and the highest level measured since December 2011. The 30 percent of likely voters who disagree is at it’s lowest level in two years. The number of Americans supporting the use of the military to secure the border is also up to 63 percent from 57 percent in January, the highest number measured since December 2012.

        Additionally, 77 percent of likely voters consider illegal immigration a serious problem in America, with 51 percent saying it’s a “Very Serious” problem. The latter is up from 47 percent in January.” http://minutemanproject.com/rasmussen-poll-americans-value-border-security-over-immigration-reform/

        “86 percent of evangelicals want secure borders” – http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/poll-Evangelicals-secure-borders-path-to-citizenship/2015/03/13/id/630094/

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        • Millwright says:

          Hate to say it, but I believe its going to take a major terrorist op inside our borders that can be traced back to illegal crossing(s) to bring these issues to a head.

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        • lorac says:

          This is why I think they (MSM) like to talk about “immigration reform” without specifics. The talkers use it to mean legalizing people and letting all people who want to be citizens, come here to be that (they want all the hispanic people on the waiting list to get moved through faster – but why should we? If everyone who applies gets to come here, then why do we even have a list?) They say, look everyone wants immigration reform, so let’s get everyone through the line, so they can be citizens!

          In reality, for many people (as shown in the polls above), “immigration reform” means something very different.

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          • auscitizenmom says:

            Yes. The Dems and the Repubs do it. The liberals, especially, when they start to talk about the immigration problem, go straight to, “We need legislation to make these people come out of the shadows.” They have no intention of sealing the border. I see it now. It is North American Union or bust.

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      • keebler AC says:

        I was particularly fitful yesterday, and I’ll try to find the link again. It says most support Trump’s discussion about illegal immigrants but they would not vote for him.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Now he is a “good” rapist.

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    • keebler AC says:

      Trump is right. We don’t bring the good ones here through illegal immigration. We bring their assorted criminal rejects, the slaves or the baby mommas. Latin American countries have little to be proud of too. Anyone seen the movie Maria Full of Grace? It’s about a female drug mule who encounters extreme drug lord violence as she attempts to cross the border. It’s a foreign made movie so the Columbian movie maker knows what he’s talking about. Hollywood produces movies about drug trafficking but in reality they stand behind it with Obama. There is a terrible shadow across America. It’s breaking up into pieces as Trump bashes through the fixtures. He needs to do a major demolition.

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  9. If she was abducted from Polk County Fla., I imagine we’ll be hearing from Grady Judd soon about this.

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  10. georgiafl says:

    If it’s not the blacks and Moslems r’aping, and murdering women, it’s the illegals.

    And in every state across this country – California, Long Island NY, Florida, Michigan, Texas, Louisiana….

    Just search the words: murder, r’ape, kidnapping, illegal and you will get many many links to these crimes.

    Rupert Murdoch has tried to deny it and our leaders have tried to ignore it – but these invaders are an expensive problem and cause much, much harm to US Citizens.

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    • georgiafl says:

      There are many websites gathering documented cases of crime by illegals and the other groups mentioned above. I’m not racist – but I am biased against murder, r-ape, assault, abuse and other criminal acts by any race or individuals.

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  11. hebejg says:

    this is one of the finer examples i know of concerning how to deal with a child molester.
    Gary Plauchet is one of my heroes.
    scene: Baton Rouge airport
    time: early 80s i believe

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  12. shipley130 says:

    Was he one of those hard working illegals that just want to escape the poverty and find a job?

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    • keebler AC says:

      Mexico produces exports and we find them in grocery and clothing stores. There are jobs there. The illegal trespassers want free goodies. Mexico tries to incarcerate drug dealers. Here, they get a free pass from Bari the Bacteria and a nice loot bag with coupons at a renovated government site replete with palm trees to make them feel less “homesick”..

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  13. georgiafl says:

    More good articles on illegal invasion:
    How the Obama Administration Gutted Illegal Immigration Detainers: John Hinderaker
    Sanctuary Cities Make Nice Cartel Hubs: Sara Noble
    Illegal Aliens Murder at a Much Higher Rate Than US Citizens Do: Randall Hoven

    http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2015/07/larwyns-linx-how-obama-administration.html

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    • keebler AC says:

      Murder very violently too. I saw the foreign film Maria Full of Grace and it freaked me out. Basically some Columbian women were employed as drug mules, and when they decided to try to stay illegally in the US, the drug lords did terrible things to teach them a lesson.

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  14. Jett Black says:

    I agree, Gary Plauchet was a hero. I recall being both overjoyed that he did not do any jail time, but also saddened that he took a plea deal, b/c I thought there was an excellent chance for a jury to send a strong message to the public that molesters were fair game. The molester in this case was not an alien–he was a cajun, Jeffrey Doucet. But where there was 1 J. Doucet, there are now hundreds, maybe thousands of illegal aliens with the same proclivities in this country. 1 was bad enough.

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  15. Butch says:

    Another of soteros/soros’ dreamers in action.

    Every day that goes by is another story that proves Trump right.

    Trump 2016! Trump 2020!

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  16. dsp says:

    I don’t know if there is data, but someone with the time to look needs to.

    Judging from press accounts, like the black males when it comes to personal violence, I think there is a good possibility south-of-the-border males are overrepresented among pedophiles and sex offenders against white female minors.

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  17. UpsideDownFlag says:

    This posted on White House Dossier today at 2:35 PM.

    Guzman Threatens Trump
    http://www.whitehousedossier.com/2015/07/13/guzman-threatens-trump/

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  18. dandtoy says:

    Donald vs The Beast If Donald builds the wall, no more children will loose limbs and life jumping “The Beast”.

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