Judicial Watch • Teenage Illegal Alien Rapist Had Criminal Record

Teenage Illegal Alien Rapist Had Criminal Record

Teenage Illegal Alien Rapist Had Criminal Record

OCTOBER 08, 2010

In yet another tragic consequence of sanctuary policies, an illegal immigrant teenager convicted of beating and raping a neighbor had a criminal record and previous arrests before committing the atrocity. 

The illegal immigrant from Mexico was just 14 years old when he assaulted, robbed and raped a 64-year-old woman earlier this year near his home in Liberty Township, an Ohio town located bout 25 miles south of Dayton. He pleaded no contest and this week was slapped with a 28-year prison sentence. Authorities say he will finally be deported once he serves his time.

The big question is why wasn’t he deported sooner? The sheriff in Butler County, where the crime took place, confirmed early on that the violent teen (Alex Ramirez) had a previous criminal record and would be tried as an adult. Ramirez had also been arrested at least twice, according to local news reports that also revealed the teen had broken into other houses before bludgeoning and raping the woman.

Authorities said the illegal alien was armed with a rifle when he knocked on the door of the victim’s home at a trailer park in mid January and demanded money. After beating and sexually assaulting the woman, he forced her to drive him to an automated teller machine to withdraw money.

Tragically, cases like these are not uncommon. Local governments’ sanctuary policies have for years enabled violent illegal immigrants by shielding them from the feds after arrests or criminal convictions. Recent examples include a violent gang member who murdered a high school football star in Los Angeles, another gangbanger who gunned down a teenage honor student on a Maryland bus and a drunken driver who killed two women and a toddler in Colorado.

Ohio has at least five sanctuary cities, according to a group that monitors illegal immigration in the state. They include Columbus, Dayton, Lima, Oberlin and Painesville.

 

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