Friday, October 07, 2005

14 Illegals Rape FL Teen

NEWS-PRESS.COM

Fourteen men are being held without bond on charges of kidnapping and raping an 18-year-old woman in Immokalee last weekend.

Assistant State Attorney Steve Maresca, who prosecutes crimes of sexual abuse, said he's never had a case with so many defendants.

According to a report by Collier County Sheriff's Deputy Patrick McNair:

The young woman's ordeal began early Saturday morning when she said she heard a knock on her door. When she opened the front door, several men grabbed her and one of them put his hand over her face.

They dragged her across the street and into a house where other men were waiting.

The men choked her and hit her several times.

Finally, she lost consciousness.

She said that when she awoke, one of the men was pouring alcohol in her mouth.

The men then pulled her pants off and each one raped her, the woman said.

The woman said that after they were through, the men pushed her out of the front door.

She said she walked over to her landlord's house and called police.

Deputies subsequently rounded up 14 men who were at the house.

Each man was charged with kidnapping, false imprisonment and sexual battery by multiple perpetrators.

Each defendant faces a sentence of up to life in prison if convicted.

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According to sheriff's reports, all but one of the men listed his address as 827 Rebecca Drive, the address where the woman said the rape occurred.

The exception was Rene Perezgarcia, 22, of 823 Rebecca Drive.

Arrested along with him, records state, were: Mario Lopez Luis, 19; Herman Sanchez Salas, 28; Ovidio Lopez Funez, 19; Napoleon Perez Lopez, 29; Edwin Albaladego Rivera, 28; Ermitanio Lopez Salas, 18; Isreal Santiago, 56; Rolando Perez Claudio, 23; Alvarado Perez Luis, 21; Augusto Perez Lopez, 32; Cesar Perez Lopez, 29; Gabino Garcia Godinez, 24; and Augusto Garcia Velasquez, 30.

Tammy Bruce Comments on this HERE.

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On October 4, 2005 WKMG television in Florida reported on their website that fourteen “field laborers broke into an 18-year-old woman’s home, dragged her across the street and then took turns raping her.”

This rampaging gang of “field laborers” consisted of men ranging in age from 18 to 56. The victim reported they choked her until she passed out. When she awoke, they were pouring alcohol in her mouth. She was then raped by each and every one of them.

When these animals finished they pushed her out the front door like a piece of used meat. Somehow this girl managed to get to a phone where she called the police. Deputies arrested the 14 men who were still at the house where the rape occurred. They will be charged with kidnapping, false imprisonment, and sexual battery by multiple perpetrators. They face life in prison if convicted.

Not until we get to the end of the WKMG website story is the fact that the rapists aren’t just “farm laborers.” Indeed, they are all illegal aliens. Only at the end of their story do we learn, “Twelve of the men are from Guatemala, one from Puerto Rico and the other from Mexico.”

The rather euphemistic headline is our first clue that it’s now very politically incorrect to even state the truth about a situation when it comes to illegals. The fact is, besides the obvious primary importance of the girl being gang raped, the other clearly important cultural element is the fact that it was carried out by a gang of illegal aliens.

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And the police report w/ the rapist's pictures is HERE.


I have a suggestion as to what we can send each of these rapists, at 950 feet per second.





And there's a bit more info here.

Mobile home allegedly has 13 residents

According to documents at the sheriff's office, 13 of the 14 suspects say they live in the mobile home at 827 Rebecca Drive. Officials say they're not sure if any of them are related even though some share the same last name.

"None of the 14 showed a social security number or driver's license. It definitely gives us cause for concern to make sure exactly who we're dealing with," said Kristin Adams of the Collier County Sheriff's Office.

Police say they're looking into whether the men are here illegally.