The notorious case of federal criminal fugitive alien Nicodemo Coria-Gonzalez sparked outrage after the illegal alien was charged with sexually assaulting seven American women near Austin, Texas.
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The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agency says the horrendous animal had been deported five times prior.
However, Coria-Gonzalez keeps returning?
Authorities had initially taken the 27-year-old Mexican National Nicodemo Coria-Gonzalez into custody in 2016, where he was a primary suspect in heinous crimes.
During that time, at least ten individual cases came under investigation by police, each of which alleged Coria-Gonzalez brutally raped the young women.
Where the most stunning of facts remain is that Coria-Gonzalez has been deported on five previous occasions, all to Mexico, for numerous criminal convictions.
While the physical traits of each victim are different, the incidents shared are identical circumstances, as reported by <a href="https://www.kxan.com/news/local/austin/at-least-10-women-assaulted-by-man-in-northeast-austin-garden/994999405"> local NBC News affiliate KXAN </a>near Waco, Texas.
Several of those incidents date as far back as to December, of 2016, police said.
Amidst an Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency detainer being placed on Coria-Gonzalez, it prevented him from bonding out to walk free among society.
Police Officers following tips to locate a suspect referred to Coria-Gonzalez as a "potential serial sexual assault predator,” but that was an understatement, as you'll see later.
First, you have to understand Austin, Texas.
Austin is the state of Texas’ capital city, a hellhole of degeneracy, and a quite loudly-liberal bastion of what isn't welcome in a red state.
You could call Austin a “shit hole,” as well as being a filled with the hard left future-tech, a college town, and of course, a criminalized sanctuary city that violates federal laws.
Because of those factors, Austin attracts the world's trash, in the form of illegal aliens who say they want to work but truly want welfare and criminal behaviors to push them ahead.
Austin prohibits police from reporting illegal aliens to ICE, something that authorities praise as if they're in California. Disgusting.
The Travis County Sheriff’s Office, on the other hand, cooperates directly with UE Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and doesn't try to hide it.
Travis County holds its jailed suspects in the Austin area on “immigration detainers” made by ICE. That may change in the near future.
The eerily popular Democratic candidate for Travis County Sheriff's Constable is Sally Hernandez, who has now pledged to follow the same policy as San Francisco and stop cooperating with federal immigration authorities.
This would make Austin the first outright Sanctuary City in Texas and shows you that the far right was correct about demographics.
“I just don’t think you solve the criminal justice process by deporting them,” the socialist Democrat told the Texas Tribune in an interview. “We talk about being progressive. I believe we need to lead the way.”
Detective Robert Thompson is a Sex Crimes Unit Leader at the Austin Police Department, where the endless cases confined all of the law enforcement to demand answers, and sometimes, led to vigilante justice.
Thompson has steadily argued that the criminal would either force his victims into his car or pick them up with a desire to pay for their prostitution before plotting further.
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As the Mexican beast and the irrational hookers continued on the freeway, Coria-Gonzalez would make a sharp halt to his truck, police said.
Tires biting into the asphalt, Coria-Gonzalez slapped the women as the car stood still.
Sometimes, the survivors said, he'd begin punching his fists into their eye sockets, all as a means of exerting his dominance over the weaker prey in a display of raw power.
As the women would plead for help Coria-Gonzalez made his final lunge, ripping their shirts and even underwear off to insert himself and rape them.
"We do know there are additional victims out there who have not come forward. We're not sure of how many,” Detective Thompson said.
Out of the ten cases, Coria-Gonzalez was investigated for, Austin Police have confirmed that they know of at least one other hooker refused to assist.
They're remaining hopeful that some of the city's many “streetwalkers,” which can be seen through day and night in Austin, will later contact them to make a report.
"Come forward to police so we can investigate that to see if it is in relation to Nicodemo Coria-Gonzalez," Detective Thompson added, saying the APD doesn't foresee a pattern.
“There's no really huge correlation in age,” The Detective said. “They range in the ages anywhere from being in their early 30s, as old as close to their late 60s."
What bothered the Austin Police the most was the increase of the from crimes l, which have single and older women concerned for their safety.
"We believe probably about half are prostitutes," Thompson said of the victims.
We also know that early in the timeline of the rapes around July 22nd, of 2016, a prostitute came forward with a terrifying story.
As the overused hooker began to tell police she knew Coria-Gonzalez, she said he's raped multiple times.
After taking his “payment’ for the road trip, Coria-Gonzalez would drive her to the empty airfield at Ferguson Lane and Cameron Road, she added.
What she said next would be so stunning the reconnaissance efforts of police quickly -The woman was able to escape.
"She did not believe sex was part of his intent at all,’ Thompson said. ‘It strictly was to take her out there and potentially light her on fire," Thompson said.
Later that month, another woman said she too fell victim to the Latino criminal, who would laugh as he felt the life leaving her body.
According to police, the woman said she awoke in a car, with a man's fists squeezing down on her throat with his arm.
He then took her down the infamous dirt path, where he sexually assaulted her while holding a knife against her neck.
Fearing retribution, she had at first considered not telling the police, but later said she believed the man “was possessed or had no heart.”
On July 23rd, 2016, Coria-Gonzalez struck again, this time targeting elderly women incapable of walking.
The primitive Mexican engaged the 68-year-old woman at a bus stop, promising her a visit to his garden.
Overjoyed, the elderly women were excited about having a young and courteous Mexican give her a lift.
But they weren't going to a garden, as he kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 68-year-old woman after picking her up from a bus stop and taking her to his "garden."
The victim would later tell police she was on the 700 blocks of W. St. Johns Ave., when the vile man drove beside her, only to pretend to be sweet.
She was crying, she was shaking. She wasn’t wanting to talk too much,” Officer Johnson said of the elderly woman.
She said she desperately needed a walking cane, and since the man was polite through the ride, he gained her trust.
Police say Coria-Gonzalez drove eastbound til he found a dirt road, where pulled the elderly woman to the ground and beat her within an inch of her life.
At that time, Coria-Gonzalez performed his infamous pounce and pummel rape technique, and drove away with the naked woman on the dirt when finished.
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What Coria-Gonzalez didn't foresee, was that the elderly woman left her phone inside of his vehicle, again making him the primary suspect.
The victim couldn't give an accurate identification of the perpetrator, but her phone found inside the car sealed his fate.
She was able to describe Gonzalez as having his “head shape, facial features, and the same body shape as the man who raped her,” court affidavits continued.
After taking the serial rapist into custody, he laughed when said he “took prostitutes to his garden,” saying he was in the 2700 block of Ferguson Lane each time, confirming the coordinates with a photo of the dirt road.
Coria-Gonzalez had severe emotional and mental instabilities, but he insisted that those sexual relations were “consensual.”
Laughing, he bragged about the brutal beatings, where women were forced to endure such horrors due to the physical supremacy.
Again grunting, Coria-Gonzalez then said he can “remember taking at least six other women to the location,” where he first beat them out of anger following by their rapes.
The confessions began with a smirk, and a nod to authorities from within the community after a major threat to the booming Texas prostitution circuit was arrested, held on a $300,000 cash bond for almost two years.
That was in 2016, and the trial of Coria-Gonzalez wouldn't be heard until a full two years later, because the first trial was thrown out.
Coria-Gonzalez would be held back in custody, has been jailed since August of 2016, this time with a bail set at $1.4 million.
He faced down six counts of aggravated sexual assault, two counts of aggravated kidnapping, one count of robbery and one count of sexual assault.
Prosecutors say one of the evilest of criminals they've ever faced off against is in this case.
Shockingly enough, mid-trial a foreign-born juror<a href="https://www.mystatesman.com/news/crime--law/juror-problems-with-english-prompts-mistrial-for-sex-assault-suspect/ua2y45kaIOL21QTcUZMM1L/"> became confused with officer's testimony </a>due to poor English understanding, further delay.
The stunning disclosure came prior to the opening statements.
“We wanted to make sure our client gets his 12 jurors and his constitutional rights protected,” Alvarenga said.
“When the juror indicated he had a hard time with the legal concepts we were using, I figured if we let him stay on the panel we were setting ourselves up for reversal on appeal,” Crain said.
The revelations prompted state District Judge David Crain to declare a mistrial in the state’s aggravated sexual assault case against Coria-Gonzalez.
Selena Alvarenga was appointed as a criminal defense to the Mexican savage, who had very little remorse for his comes in the court. It actually seemed to family and friends of victims, as of Coria-Gonzalez enjoyed reliving the rapes.
During the opening statement, Coria-Gonzalez’s attorneys screamed out, and told the jury “a lot of things don’t connect,” suggesting her client, having confessed once prior, was innocent.
Prosecutor Amy Meredith argued that the Mexican man's DNA was found both on and inside of the victim, and there is no doubt it can be traced to the 27-year-old Coria-Gonzalez.
Law enforcement would get an opportunity to take to the witness stand, telling jurors the horrific evils put before the community.
The aggravated assault charges against Coria-Gonzalez would start when came back, stemming from another atrocity that had not before been spoken to jurors.
In that case, one of the women was picked up, beaten, and raped before Coria-Gonzalez<a href="https://www.statesman.com/news/crime--law/police-man-kidnapped-prostitute-may-have-doused-her-with-gasoline/9oN3244hjbhOidOKAf8JWL/"> poured a bottle of gasoline on her and set ablaze</a>her now-disfigured face with fire.
The world was furious with Coria-Gonzalez, who somehow would never receive the proper punishment.
“The victim is very, very cooperative,” prosecutor Amy Meredith said of those willing to testify.
Police testified they have since linked Coria-Gonzalez to all of the attacks through the Acura CL he drives.
A few victims said he was driving the vehicle when he gave them rides, beat, raped, and tortured them.
The car was captured on surveillance video at a convenience store where he had taken one of the women to buy cigarettes in June 2016, police said.
“A bunch of people didn’t want to be picked, but, once we were picked, everyone was fired up about it,” he said.
When all was said and done, the Prosecution had a rock-solid series of attacks confirmed to be committed by Coria-Gonzalez, and they were silently parading in the victory.
ICE says that Coria-Gonzalez was previously deported five times between 2012 and 2015. During those years, his rap sheet included three drunken driving arrests and tampering with a government record.
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After his arrest last month, ICE quickly filed an immigration detainer against him, thereby ensuring he remains in jail even if he makes his $890,000 bond.
Police believe Coria-Gonzalez may have assaulted at least 10 women and are asking victims to come forward.
He presently faces two counts of kidnapping, two counts of aggravated assault, and one count of aggravated sexual assault – all related to three attacks.
One of his victims was stabbed several times. She had pulled out a knife when fighting off Coria-Gonzalez, but he turned it on her. She escaped with her life.
The trial was disrupted earlier this week when Travis County prosecutors impermissibly played a 911 call for the jury related to another attack for which Coria-Gonzalez is charged. Prosecutors said it was a mistake.
Retired state District Judge Wilford Flowers, who is filling in for Judge David Crain, had tough words for the prosecutors but denied a defense motion for mistrial.
<i>Dec. 6, 2015: Police say the string of attacks began when Nicodemo Coria-Gonzalez sexually assaulted a woman. No other details on the attack are available in court records.</i>
<i>Dec. 19, 2015: A woman who had agreed to have sex with a man told police he punched her several times in the face and choked her with both hands around the throat. She added the man left the scene at 10401 Sprinkle Road with her purse.</i>
<i>April 11, 2016: In a case that had been set to go to trial this week, a woman said she was threatened with a knife and sexually assaulted. No other details on the case are available in court documents. The judge declared a mistrial when a juror revealed he isn’t fluent in English and would’ve had trouble understanding legal terms.</i>
<i>May 15, 2016: A woman said she was threatened with a knife and sexually assaulted.</i>
<i>June 27, 2016: A woman told police she was at a bus stop in the 9400 blocks of Parkfield Drive and accepted a ride from a man to get cigarettes at a convenience store. The man then drove them to a laundromat and stabbed her with a knife she had pulled out to protect herself, she said. Police got surveillance video from the store and linked the car the woman arrived into Coria-Gonzalez.</i>
<i>July 22, 2016: Police say Coria-Gonzalez picked up a woman from a bus stop and the two agreed to have sex. But when she changed her mind, Coria-Gonzalez took her to a grassy area where he doused her in gasoline, according to an affidavit. The woman managed to escape.</i>
<i>July 23, 2016: A 68-year-old woman with a cane said she was sexually assaulted by a man who had agreed to drive her to the store. The woman said the man struck her several times with elbows and forearms.</i>
The total incident count is stunning.
<i>Members of the public who have information about child-sexual predators or rapists are urged to contact ICE by calling the ICE tip line at 1-866-347-2423 or internationally at 001-1802-872-6199.</i>
<a href="https://www.ice.gov/webform/hsi-tip-form">They can also submit a tip over the internet by completing ICE’s online form by clicking here.</a>
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Agency Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) is also bringing down suspected child-sex offenders or rapists through Operation Predator.
You can also contact ICE via the Operation Predator application for mobile devices. ICE has created a smartphone app – the first of its kind in U.S. federal law enforcement – designed to seek the public's help with fugitive and unknown suspect child or sexual predators.
The iOS version of the app can be downloaded from<a href="https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/operation-predator/id695130859?mt=8"> Apple's App Store and iTunes</a>; the Android version is also available via<a href="https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.java.ice"> Google Play Store</a>.
<b>It is also time that we as a society hold our elected officials accountable in demanding stricter punishments be enforced with tough new legislation against anyone who would victimize a woman or child, of either life imprisonment, of capital punishment. Oftentimes, they are released and re-offend. There is no rehabilitation for child sex offenders.</b>
<a href="https://www.house.gov/Representatives">Click here to find your elected officials in the House of Representatives.</a>
<a href="https://www.senate.gov/reference/common/faq/How_to_correspond_senators.htm">Click here to find your elected officials in the United States Senate.</a>
<b>The complete number of federal criminal illegal aliens in America is unknown, and any definitive statistics are nonexistent. In her book “Adios, America: The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole,” Ann Coulter, the bravest of all women on the right, has her own take on these dangers.</b>
<b>“The available data suggest that the crime rate among immigrants is astronomical. Nearly a third of the 2 million prisoners in state and local facilities that year were foreign-born. Piecing together state and federal reports, it appears that half the correctional population in California consists of illegal aliens.”</b>
Coria-Gonzalez was found guilty of Sexual Assault, and now faces the roughest moments of his trial in sentencing.
Prosecutors will now show all evidence they say links Coria-Gonzalez to six other attacks against women, hoping to maximize any punishment.
27-year-old criminal Mexican Coria-Gonzalez faces up to 99 years in prison, but he'll burn in hell for eternity.
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