BIDEN BORDER CRISIS: Eight Heinous Illegal Immigrant Crimes ABC/CBS/NBC Are Hiding

May 21st, 2024 10:00 AM

In just the last month, eight heinous crimes occurred that shouldn’t have happened — because they were committed by lawbreakers who wouldn’t even be in the country, if the Biden administration was doing its job of protecting the border.  

Arrests of illegal immigrants in crimes ranging from sexual assaults to fatal car crashes have made news in their local communities but have gone COMPLETELY unreported by the Big Three (ABC, CBS, NBC) networks.

This continues a trend that the MRC reported on back in April. 

Back when the House sent articles of impeachment to the Senate to try Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, NewsBusters reported on cases of innocent victims killed by illegal immigrants during the Biden administration that ABC, CBS and NBC buried. 

Tragically, more people have been added to that list. 

The following are eight more heinous crimes committed by illegal immigrants (in just the last month) that the networks have censored:


1. Woman Saved From Sexual Assault By Illegal Immigrant Who Drove “Rape Dungeon on Wheels”





On May 15,  Los Angeles Fox Affiliate FOX11 reported: 

In a dramatic rescue in a remote area of the San Gabriel Mountains, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies saved a woman from a sexual assault inside a van described as a “rape dungeon on wheels,” sources tell FOX 11. 

The incident occurred approximately six miles north of Azusa, near mile marker 21 along Highway 39, according to officials with LASD. Sources said the alleged “serial rapist” had taken his 26-year-old victim to a dark turnout just off the highway. 

Eduardo Sarabia was arrested on May 13. Deputies said he’s a transient and an illegal immigrant from Mexico. Sarabia has been charged for two counts of forcible rape, for the incident during which he was allegedly caught, and another alleged incident the day before.…

Deputies described Sarabia’s van as a “rape dungeon on wheels,” that was “disgustingly outfitted for rape.” Sources said that because of the nature of the crimes, deputies believe there may be other victims. Anyone with information about these crimes was asked to contact the LASD's Special Victims Bureau.

ABC, CBS, NBC evening and morning show coverage: 0 seconds.


2. Illegal Immigrant Charged with Kidnapping, Sexual Assault Was Previously Let Loose By Federal Agents





On May 7, reported: 

A Guatemalan illegal immigrant who is now charged in Florida with the kidnapping and sexual assault of a child, had been freed into the U.S. with a court date for 2027, officials said this week.

The Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office announced that Marvin Perez Lopez, an illegal immigrant from Guatemala, was arrested on Saturday for kidnapping a minor under 13 and sexual assault.

Detectives learned that he arrived in January after crossing into the U.S. via Mexico and turned himself into Border Patrol. Authorities say he was given a court date for some time in 2027 and released into the U.S. He is currently being held in the county jail on no bond, the office said. 

Perez Lopez is alleged to have grabbed an 11-year-old girl and forced her into his van, according to the arrest report, reported by CBS 12. The girl’s mother is said to have spotted them and started banging on the door, before the suspect jumped out of the van and fled, according to sheriff’s deputies. When deputies arrived at his apartment, Perez Lopez is alleged to have fled into an alleyway before he was eventually caught.

“Here’s a Guatemalan, who came into the country illegally, was stopped by the border people, released, and made his way to South Florida. And now he commits a crime where he held an 11-year-old girl against her will and sexually assaulted her," Sheriff Ric Bradshaw told the outlet.

ABC, CBS, NBC evening and morning show coverage: 0 seconds. 


3. Illegal Immigrant Mother Allegedly Hired Hitman to Kill Witnesses to Son’s Crime 

On May 7, the Daily Caller reported: 

Police arrested an illegal immigrant mother of a boy sentenced to prison for attempting to hire a hitman to kill cooperating witnesses in her son’s case, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office.

Josefina Cardona-Cardona was arrested on Monday after allegedly agreeing to pay an undercover agent to kill two witnesses who were testifying in her son’s 2022 fatal stabbing case, the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office announced. She now faces two counts of solicitation to commit murder and will be subject to deportation following the completion of her prosecution.

Cardona-Cardona is the mother of Manuel Marcos Cardona, who was recently sentenced to 15 years in prison for a stabbing death at a birthday party in Lake Worth Beach, Florida, according to local reports.

Marcos Cardona was at a 5-year-old’s birthday party on June 22, 2022 when a fight broke out, according to the arrest report. The victim stepped in to break the fight up, but was then stabbed five times and died the following day at a local hospital. Marcos Cardona was 14 years old at the time of the crime, but was charged as an adult. He was handed a 15-year prison sentence following a plea deal.

“In April, we learned that the mother of Manuel Marcos Cardona was planning a heinous act,” the sheriff’s office said in a Tuesday statement. “Our detectives, along with undercover agents, conducted a thorough investigation, during which the defendant, Josefina Cardona-Cardona, agreed to pay an undercover agent to carry out the crime.”

ABC, CBS, NBC evening and morning show coverage: 0 seconds.


4. Illegal Immigrant in Fatal Crash Had Alcohol Level Nearly Four Times the Legal Limit



On May 10, Mobile, Alabama Fox affiliate WALA reported:   

The driver who caused a fatal crash in Semmes last month was speeding in the wrong direction and nearly four times past the legal alcohol limit when he slammed into a teenager’s car, prosecutors said Friday.

Speaking slowly and intermittently so that an interpreter could relay his words to the defendant, who was watching via video link from Mobile County Metro Jail, Blackwood said prosecutors were moving for the detention order “due to the egregious nature surrounding this crash” and a prior DUI conviction. Blackwood also noted that Rodas is in the United States illegally and tried to leave the country following the wreck.

Will Phillps, an attorney hired to represent the victim’s family, said after Friday’s hearing that Rodas cut short the life of 19-year-old Adam Luker. On that Sunday afternoon on April 28, Luker was on his way to meet some friends to go tubing at Escatawpa Hollow Park & Campground. “He had a lot of great things going in his life and a wonderful family,” Phillips said. “He had a job on a tugboat. He had a lot of friends and had a great life.”

ABC, CBS, NBC evening and morning show coverage: 0 seconds.


5. Illegal Immigrant Killed Maine Woman in Fatal Car Crash 



On May 8, the reported: 

An illegal alien is allegedly responsible for a recent car crash in Maine that left one woman dead and her husband critically injured.

Around 8:40 a.m. on April 26, 23-year-old Oguzhan Cildir, a Mexican national in the U.S. illegally, was allegedly driving a Toyota Prius on I-95 in Wells, Maine, just south of Kennebunkport, when he suddenly crashed into a minivan and a pickup truck. The pickup truck then “rolled over several times,” a police report said, before coming to a stop.

The Maine Wire reported that at least five witnesses told police that Cildir had been driving “erratically” just before the crash, weaving in and out of traffic. Moreover, Cildir reportedly does not have a driver's license. How he came into possession of the Prius and who its owner might be are both unclear.

Multiple outlets reporting on the fatal crash described Cildir as a Massachusetts resident, but the Maine Wire reported that the agents who arrested him at the scene immediately contacted a local Customs and Border Protection official because of Cildir’s immigration status. He is believed to have crossed from Mexico into the U.S. illegally sometime in January.

ABC, CBS, NBC evening and morning show coverage: 0 seconds.


6. Illegal Immigrant Who Was Supposed to Be Deported 7 Years Ago, Allegedly Attacked Pregnant Teen

On May 12, West Palm Beach ABC affiliate WPEC reported: 

A man slated to be deported nearly seven years ago was arrested in Florida on Friday and is accused of attacking a pregnant teen, according to police.

Jail records show Heber Amador Guerrero was booked into the Palm Beach County jail around 7 p.m. on counts of aggravated battery on a pregnant victim, as well as domestic battery by strangulation. Additionally, Amador Guerrero, 26, faces a single count of sexual battery on a 16 or 17-year-old victim by someone 24 years old or older in a separate case.

Little information about the attack or the sexual assault has been made available, either through court records or in the statement released by the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office when it announced his arrest.

PBSO noted that Amador Guerrero had crossed into the United States illegally from Guatemala. In May 2017, an order was issued to deport him, but that never happened, the sheriff’s office statement said.

ABC, CBS, NBC evening and morning show coverage: 0 seconds.


7. Illegal Immigrant Apprehended in Massachusetts, Wanted for “Serious Crimes” Committed in Colombia 


On May 13, reported: 

A Colombian national who was apprehended by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Massachusetts this week, and is wanted in his home country for aggravated homicide, was released into the U.S. last year.

The unnamed 49-year-old national was arrested in Colombia in 2014 and charged with aggravated homicide, aggravated theft and possession of a weapon. He was convicted and sentenced to 17 years in prison in 2016.

But in a press release, ICE said he was apprehended by Border Patrol near San Luis, Arizona, in November 2023 after entering illegally. But he was issued a notice to appear before an immigration judge and released into the U.S. on his own recognizance.

ICE’s Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) operations in Boston arrested him in Pittsfield on May 6, and he will now remain in custody, ICE said. “This Colombian national is wanted in his home country for some very serious crimes,” ERO Boston Field Office Director Todd Lyons said in a statement.

ABC, CBS, NBC evening and morning show coverage: 0 seconds


8. Illegal Immigrant Accused of Sexual Assaulting Two Girls Had a Visa That Expired in 2021

On April 25, reported: 

A Mexican illegal immigrant whose visa expired in 2021 is now charged with the sexual assault of two young girls in Michigan after allegedly breaking into their mobile home, authorities say.

Miguel Hernandez-Ruiz was arraigned Friday on one count of home invasion and two counts of first-degree criminal sexual assault against a person under the age of 13. Officials said he is in jail with no bond and has an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detainer placed on him.

Ruiz is a Mexican national living in Sturgis, and came to the U.S. on a temporary work visa, officials told reporters at a press conference. But that visa expired in December 2021, and he remained in the U.S. illegally after that time.

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