Illegal Convicted of Rape Ordered To Leave US... 3 Days Later He Paid a Gut-Wrenching Visit to Victim


The liberal idea of turning a city into a sanctuary for illegal immigrants nearly cost a wheelchair-bound woman her life, after an attacker — who was supposed to be deported to Mexico — repeatedly assaulted her.

According to Breitbart, Francisco Carranza Ramirez, 35, an illegal alien who had been living in America for an undisclosed amount of time, raped a disabled 32-year-old woman in her King County, Washington, home in September 2018.

After she survived the assault, thanks to quick thinking and dialing 911 after she convinced the attacker that she had to use the bathroom, police arrested the man. He was charged with third-degree rape.

Ramirez entered an “Alford plea” at his hearing, which means that while he wasn’t admitting guilt, it’s known that evidence that would be used against him in a trial would mean a conviction.

Although the victim pleaded with the judge to give him a heavier sentence, on June 13 the judge hit Ramirez with 12 months in prison, Breitbart reported.

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Making matters worse, he was freed shortly thereafter as he’d already been credited with nine months served while he waited for his hearing.

And because King County takes part in sanctuary city nonsense, it meant further protection for Ramirez from being apprehended by ICE and deported back to Mexico.

In other words, the illegal alien — who would have been taken into custody by ICE in most other cities — attacked the woman and was quickly back on the street.

As with too many criminals who get released earlier than justice would require, he wasn’t done victimizing.

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Unfortunately for the woman, it didn’t take long for her to become a repeat victim of the alleged rapist.

Two days after Ramirez was released, the woman told police that she spotted him near her apartment, which was a violation of the court order that he stay away from her.

But criminals, especially rapists, often don’t obey orders — especially those on paper.

He was obviously bent on attacking her again, which was evidenced by what happened the next day — in public view — as the victim was taking a walk with her 3-year-old child.

“He dumped me backwards out of my chair, and was choking me and … I couldn’t scream, I couldn’t breathe, I thought I was going to die in front of my kid,” the woman told Seattle news station KOMO.

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She added that her child was extremely upset during the violent encounter.

“He was saying ‘My mama, my mama, don’t hurt my mama,” the woman said.

While Ramirez beat her and strangled her, a good Samaritan witnessed the attack and was able to get the illegal alien off of her before calling police. Unfortunately she suffered cuts, bruises, swelling and a seizure after the brutal attack.

Bryan Wilcox, Acting Field Office Director for Seattle ICE, regrets that his office didn’t have a chance to snag Ramirez while he was in custody.

“I think this was largely preventable,” Wilcox said. “It’s regrettable that we didn’t have the opportunity to properly engage this person while he was detained by King County and perhaps take him into custody of our own.”

The suspect is now clean-shaven with a haircut, according to the King Country Sheriff’s Office PIO account on Twitter.

The state of Washington has a staggering 20 jurisdictions that act as sanctuaries for illegal aliens who have committed crimes against American citizens.

There’s something inherently wrong with that.

Given this horrific incident and similar ones that will surely follow, someone needs to do something to prevent them — and fast.

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Ryan Ledendecker is a former writer for The Western Journal.
Ryan Ledendecker is a former writer for The Western Journal.
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