Two Dozen Child Sex Assault Charges Filed Against Illegal Aliens In One Day In NC!
Unfortunately, with the refusal of several sheriffs throughout the state of North Carolina to cooperate with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, combined with the lack of meaningful border and interior enforcement, children across the state are increasingly falling prey to those here illegally.
In a glaring demonstration of the negative impact so-called 'sanctuary sheriffs' and the Biden administration's open-border policy is having on the Tarheel state, there were at least 24 child sexual assault charges filed against illegal aliens in one day, recently, across the state.
The list of defendants and their charges follows:
-Name: Jorge Gonzalez Age: 49 Date of Arrest: 03/16/2022
Location: Stanly County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties with a Child, Statutory Sex Offense with a Child by Adult
-Name: Fernando Rivera-Villanueva
Age: 36 Date of Arrest: 03/16/2022 Location: New Hanover County Charge(s): Two Counts of Indecent Liberties with a Child, Second-Degree Sex Offense
-Name: Cesar Hernandez-Nino Age: 44 Date of Arrest: 03/16/2022
Location: Stanly County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties with a Child
-Name: Jonathan Perez Techaira
Date of Arrest: 01/21/2022 (original)...03/16/2022 (latest charges)
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Four Counts of Incest on a Child, Four Counts of Statutory Rape (Victim Under 15), Four Counts of Felony Child Abuse-Sexual Act, Three Counts Indecent Liberties with a Child, Two Counts of Crimes Against Nature and First-Degree Sexual Exploitation of a Minor
On October 29, 2015, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed into law House Bill 318, known as the Protect North Carolina Workers Act, which among other things, banned cities and counties across the state from enacting so-called “sanctuary policies” to shield illegal aliens from deportation, after being apprehended for other crimes.
At the signing ceremony, Gov. McCrory said: “Today, North Carolina is standing up for the rule of law, which is central to North Carolina values and our country’s values. Public safety officials must have the flexibility and tools to investigate crimes and sanctuary city policies deprive law enforcement of those tools.”
Though the law banning 'sanctuary' policies throughout the state still stands, his successor, Gov. Roy Cooper, has chosen not to enforce it, and has basically given a 'wink and a nod' to several sheriffs throughout the state, who have chosen to turn their counties into havens for criminal aliens.
So, as in any invasion, it is the children who suffer the most...
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