The U.S. Border Patrol recently released a video showing two small children being dropped from the top of the 18-foot border wall at the U.S./Mexico border. It isn't just child smugglers getting into America, it was also reported two days ago that an MS-13 gang member was arrested by the CBP along with five other illegal immigrants on their way to Los Angeles.
Stops like these prove that MS-13 gang members such as "Perverso", an illegal alien released by a just appointed by Obama. The reality is, there is a high cost to illegal immigration and a 17-year-old teen paid the ultimate price when Perverso murdered him shortly after his release.
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The judge in Perverso's case, whose real name is Henri Salvador Gutierrez, a 19-year-old Salvadoran who entered the country illegally, was appointed as a federal immigration judge by President Obama's attorney general, Loretta Lynch. The judge is named Mario Sturla and he was appointed in September 2016. One ironic fact linking judge Mario Sturla and Gutierrez is that they are both immigrants, with Sturla being a native of the Dominican Republic.
Sturla graduated in 2003 and went on to earn a law degree at Yeshiva University in 2006. In June of this year, the 19-year-old who went by his gang nickname, "Perverso" found himself before Judge Sturla. The judge heard of how Gutierrez had been arrested three times since entering the United States illegally in 2014. Homeland Security even testified that they believed that Gutierrez was determined "to be a risk to public safety as a verified and active member of the MS-13 gang in the Boston metro area."
This does not seem to faze Judge Sturla and in a shocking move, he turned "Perverso" free saying, "Lastly, the court finds that the respondent has made attempts to rehabilitate himself after multiple arrests for carrying knives and machetes. The respondent testified that he wants to live a peaceful life." It was not long before Gutierrez was wrapped back up in his gang activity and there was no "peaceful life".
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An affidavit from just weeks after his release states that he and five of his MS-13 gang members stabbed a 17-year-old Herson Rivas to do death because they believed he had informed to the police. The federal criminal affidavit reads, "The nature and circumstances of the (charges) are troubling and horrific." One of the attackers stabbed Rivas "with such force his knife became warped during the attack."
The affidavit confirms that four of the six defendants are believed to have been living in the U.S. illegally and had visible MS-13 tattoos. U.S. Attorney in Boston Andrew E. Lelling said, "MS-13 is a ruthless, transnational gang operating in our backyard." We cannot let our borders become overrun and free range for anyone and everybody who wants to come here. Immigration should be on a merit-based system and done legally.
It was later revealed that a member of the MS-13 gang who was also charged with the murder of Rivas said that an accomplice bragged repeatedly about stabbing him "as if he were a cow". All of the suspects have now been caught and charged with murdering Rivas. Harold H. Shaw, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Boston Division, said in a statement:
"The murder of 17-year old Herson Rivas is another sobering example of the savagery of MS-13, the ruthlessness of its members, and the utter disregard they have for law and order, our communities, and the opportunities afforded to them while here in the United States. This barbaric behavior cannot and will not be tolerated, and law enforcement at all levels will continue to use all available resources, aggressively exploit all available intelligence, and work as one integrated team with the sole intention of preventing additional murders or future acts of violence."
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