3 Immigrants Accused of Raping 13- and 14-Year-Old Sisters, Dems Strangely Quiet


President Donald Trump and other conservatives have constantly come under fire from the left — and, increasingly, the establishment media — for claiming that a significant number of illegal immigrants are violent criminals.

One of the earliest controversies during Trump’s presidential campaign centered on his statement that a number of people crossing the border were criminals and rapists, which sent pundits into a frenzy of indignation.

That faux outrage was again on display recently when the media rushed to condemn the president for calling illegal immigrants “animals,” while failing to report that he was talking about the ruthless criminal gang MS-13 at the time.

Reality, however, has continued to rear its ugly head, and a shocking incident in Ohio just provided a sobering reminder that illegal immigration has tragic consequences in America.

A massive multi-state manhunt is now underway for three Hispanic immigrants who are accused of kidnapping and raping two young teens a week ago.

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According to Fox News, police in Ohio began the search after 13- and 14-year-old sisters were taken to the hospital around June 28. The girls told health care workers they were held captive and gang-raped at a motel in Bowling Green, Ohio.

Now, Immigration and Customs Enforcement — an agency that countless liberals have called to be disbanded — is adding its resources to the search for the suspects.

“Bowling Green police are searching for David Ramos Contreras, 27, Juan Garcia Rios Adiel and Arnulfo Ramos. Police said Contreras is from Mexico. It is unclear where the others are from, though Adiel possesses a fraudulent permanent resident I.D. out of Florida,” reported Fox News.

“The fourth suspect, Simon Juan Thomas, 24, of Guatemala, was arrested and charged with unlawful sexual conduct with a minor,” the news channel continued.

Is the media purposely downplaying crimes like this one?

After police served a search warrant at the motel where the suspected crime took place, they found evidence that the men had false identification documents. Numerous outlets are now reporting that the three wanted men are almost certainly illegal immigrants.

“The men are not U.S. citizens and police say they all had fake ID cards and documentation. Police are asking the public to take a look at their pictures, as they are not 100-percent certain these are the men’s legal names,” reported WTOL News.

“Contreras, 27, is reported to be from Mexico. Police say Adiel had a U.S. Permanent Resident ID card out of Fellsmere, Florida, with a listed date of birth as Sept. 13, 1998, but the card was later determined to be fake,” that source elaborated.

According to KPTV, one of the men — Contreras — had previously been deported out of the United States back to Mexico, but re-crossed the border illegally.

Investigators in the case expressed how deeply the crimes involving the sexual assault of minors were affecting them.

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“You know, these are 13- and 14-year-old girls and they are your daughters so it’s very difficult and as officers we need to stay objective to investigate the case. However, a lot of us have children,” said Major Justin White of the Bowling Green Police Department.

This is the angle that liberals and the liberal media so frequently overlook in the immigration debate: Unsecured borders and lax enforcement have real-world consequences, and actual people — including minors who will never be the same — are all too often made innocent victims.

True enough, America is a nation of immigrants … but it is also a nation of laws. There is a major difference between foreign citizens who follow the correct process and come to the U.S. to contribute, and the shady characters who cross the border illegally and never stop breaking laws.

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Benjamin Arie is an independent journalist and writer. He has personally covered everything ranging from local crime to the U.S. president as a reporter in Michigan before focusing on national politics. Ben frequently travels to Latin America and has spent years living in Mexico.