August 29, 2018
by Dave Gibson
Last week, Sedwin Osmel-Vasquez Carrillo, 28, and Elder Rene Carrillo-Cruz, 26, were arrested by the Kentucky State Police, when an undercover investigation revealed that the pair of illegal aliens were using Facebook Messenger to share child pornographic images.
Both suspects were living in Shelbyville, Kentucky, at the time of their arrest.
They have been charged with possession or viewing of matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor and distribution of matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor.
Upon questioning, both Carillo-Cruz and Carillo admitted to distributing child pornography.
Of course, many of us are very familiar with Facebook’s so-called “community standards” and being put in what is commonly referred to as “Facebook jail,” or having your page deleted altogether, when one “violates” these standards. However, this seems somehow to only apply to conservative, pro-Trump or anti-illegal immigration pages.
There are currently several “Antifa” pages on Facebook which openly promote violence against the right, as well as “Black Lives Matter” pages which regularly stir-up hatred against the police, and even post messages offering support to Palestinian terrorists.
Obviously, these “community standards” are purely political, and are a way of censoring conservatives and basically anyone who wants the rule of law for this nation.
However, one would think that the distribution of child pornography would be a “violation” of Facebook’s “community standards,” regardless of where one stands politically. But, you would be wrong…
A week after his arrest, Sedwin Carillo (You know, “a Shelbyville man.”) still has multiple Facebook accounts open
Many of Carillo’s photos include himself surrounded by children.
Check out the screenshots above to see what he’s been up to…