Mass. Man murdered by two Central American illegals with ties to MS-13 gang.
JUDICIAL WATCH: It appears that the recent execution-style murder of a Massachusetts man was committed by two Central American teens that came to the U.S. as Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) under President Obama’s open border free-for-all. Tens of thousands of illegal immigrant minors—mostly from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras—have entered the country through the Mexican border since the influx began in the summer of 2014 and the administration has relocated them nationwide.
[pullquote align=”left” cite=”” link=”” color=”” class=”” size=””]News reports indicate that the 17-year-olds charged in the gruesome Massachusetts killing entered the U.S. recently as UAC’s and both have ties to MS-13, according to authorities cited by various outlets. Prosecutors say the teens, described in a local news article as “baby-faced boys,” shot a 19-year-old in the head.[/pullquote]
Homeland Security sources directly involved with the UAC crisis told JW that street gangs, including MS-13, went on a recruiting frenzy at U.S. shelters housing the illegal alien minors and they used Red Cross phones to communicate. The MS-13 is a feared street gang of mostly Central American illegal immigrants that’s spread throughout the U.S. and is renowned for drug distribution, murder, rape, robbery, home invasions, kidnappings, vandalism and other violent crimes. The Justice Department’s National Gang Intelligence Center (NGIC) says criminal street gangs like the MS-13 are responsible for the majority of violent crimes in the U.S. and are the primary distributors of most illicit drugs.
PHOTO CREDITS: (Malden, MA, 02/01/16) 17-year-old Jose Vasquez Ardon, (LEFT) of Everett, and 17-year-old Cristian Nunez-Flores (RIGHT), also of Everett, are arraigned at Malden District Court. Both men are facing one count each of murder and were held without bail. 19-year-old Omar Wilfredo Reyes, of Everett, suffering from a single gunshot wound to the head was taken to the hospital where he died from his injuries Jan. 4. Monday, February 01, 2016. Staff photo by Ted Fitzgerald
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