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A “self-admitted” MS-13 gang member with a violent criminal history was charged in the murder of a teen whose remains were found in New York a year after he was “viciously and barbarically” killed, officials said.

Carlos Benitez-Hernandez, 21, was arraigned Thursday on a second-degree murder charge in connection with the death of a teen, who authorities did not identify. Benitez-Hernandez was arrested Wednesday after authorities uncovered human remains in a shallow grave in East Meadow on Long Island.

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Nassau County Police Department Det. Lt. Stephen Fitzpatrick said in a Thursday news conference that authorities believe the motive for the killing is the “gang’s displeasure” with the teen’s actions.

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  1. Is Carlos Benitez-Hernandez an illegal alien? Is Nassau County a “Sanctuary” area? Have the people on Nassau County and the rest of New York seen enough of MS-13? Reports indicate that this area of Long Island is rife with gang activities, led especially by MS-13 and its affiliates. How many more murders, robberies and dope dealers are Nassau County residents going to put up with?

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