Didn't Have to Happen: Illegal Immigrant Main Suspect in Rape of Two Females in Md., Including 15-Year-Old Girl

Nick Kangadis | May 22, 2023
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Listen, it matters not what color, ethnicity or gender the people in the invasion currently crossing our border “identify” as. What matters is that the first thing they’re doing upon encountering the United States is to intentionally commit a crime by illegally crossing the border without permission. If an American tried to do that in another country, they’d kick you out so fast your head would spin. But what happens when a large enough portion of the invasion are comprised of criminals, some that have been previously deported multiple times or some that have been illegally in this country for years without even attempting to become a citizen?

What happens is that you get the victims of suspect Jose Roberto Hernandez-Espinal.

The 20-year-old reportedly came from El Salvador and illegally entered the U.S. in 2013, according to an ICE spokesperson.

Why was Hernandez-Espinal arrested? Not for being in the country illegally, of course, but because he allegedly raped two females, including a 15-year-old girl, on a hiking trail. He also allegedly stole jewelry from one of the females.

Related: Video Shows Border Invasion Underway as Illegals Push Back Against Authorities, Barbed Wire Barricades

As reported by Fox News:

According to Montgomery County Police Department, the suspect approached the adult victim and her friend on the trail on Tuesday afternoon. He then threatened them with a machete and asked for their phones.

Court documents allege that Hernandez-Espinal pointed the machete at a woman's back and led her to a secluded part of the woods before raping her.

The suspect is also accused of stealing a woman's jewelry before fleeing the scene. A relative told FOX 5 that the rape victim is recovering in a hospital.

As a result of his alleged actions, Hernandez-Espinal is looking at charges against him of first-degree rape, first- and second-degree assault, armed robbery, kidnapping and weapons-related crimes.

While the “alleged” criminal having all of those charges filed against him is a good thing, they forgot to charge him with the reason he was able to commit those crimes in the first place…illegally entering the country.


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