Hateful Illegal Criminal Arrested For Repeatedly Raping Young Girl In Kentucky
People tend to have this strange belief in some cases that when an illegal alien crosses the border into the United States that they try to stay as close to the border as possible for cultural reasons or something like that.
Hardly the case. In all reality, you have to look at it from the viewpoint of someone that is escaping from a prison.
There are countless prisons all over the United States that are practically in the middle of towns all over the nation. So many where you have a prison wall in one spot and then three blocks over you have people having cookouts during the summer.
Now, imagine you are an inmate and escape from that prison. You’re not going to stay close to that prison. You’re going to try and get as far away as humanly possible. That’s why you see so many illegal aliens in little pockets of the country.
A lot of the time you will see them in small towns because immigration officials don’t exactly have a large presence in small towns in the middle of nowhere. That’s why we have to build the wall. Not so much to protect just the folks on the border, but also the folks living in the middle of Kentucky.
An illegal alien has been accused of repeatedly raping a 15-year-old girl in McCracken County, Kentucky, according to local authorities.
Illegal alien Andres Villarrealmercado has been charged with three counts of first-degree rape, according to the McCracken County Sheriff’s Department.
Following a lengthy investigation, police claim the illegal alien repeatedly raped a 15-year-old girl between March and May 2016 on three separate occasions.
Villarrealmercado was arrested last week and charged with the three counts of rape. The illegal alien is now being held on a $100,000 bond. It remains unclear whether Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has been notified about Villarrealmercado’s presence in the country.
A most recent study by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) revealed that illegal aliens are sometimes over 5.5 times more likely to be in state prison for crimes committed against Americans than citizens and legal immigrants.
In California — the state with close to three million illegal aliens — illegal aliens are over 230 percent more likely to be in prison than Americans and legal immigrants. In New York — with an illegal population of about 873,000 — illegal aliens are nearly 200 percent more likely to be incarcerated than American citizens and legal immigrants.