In 2014 Henri Salvador Gutierrez entered the country illegally. Since then he has been arrested at least three times and found to have MS-13 tattoos. He was also found carrying knives and a machete.
Authorities wanted to deport him as an active gang member so this summer he faced an immigration judge. Gutierrez and his expert witness convinced the judge his weapons and tattoos were innocent. He then participated in the murder of a 17-year-old, part of an MS-13 gang killing. The Boston Herald reports six members of the gang have been indicted for the murder:
“At least two of the six defendants were previously in immigration custody but were released and went on to commit murder”
— Rather Notsay (@rathernotsay) December 4, 2018
Oh, but they are not any danger to Americans…
Six members of the ruthless MS-13 gang were indicted for racketeering in connection with the murder of a teen in Lynn, with the feds saying bail should be denied because they pose a serious threat to the public.
“The nature and circumstances of the (charges) are troubling and horrific,” a federal criminal affidavit reads.
That includes killing 17-year-old Herson Rivas on Aug. 2 with a large knife like they were “chopping wood.”
One of the accused, according to the affidavit, stabbed the defenseless teen “with such force his knife became warped during the attack.”
The teen’s body was found in a wooded park in Lynn. He was murdered, the U.S. attorney’s office in Boston said, because the MS-13 gang members — many illegal immigrants — believed he was cooperating with law enforcement.
One of the six accused, Henri Salvador Gutierrez, 19, of Somerville, dodged deportation a month before the murder.
“Salvador succeeded in convincing an immigration court that he was not in a gang, was not violent, did not pose a threat to the public,” the feds said.
The chilling motion for detention for all six adds: “Four of the six defendants appear to have entered or remained in the United Status unlawfully. At least four of the six defendants have MS-13 tattoos indicating that they are MS-13 homeboys, suggesting that they committed a murder or other violent attack.
“At least two of the six defendants have felony records. At least two of the six defendants were previously in immigration custody but were released and went on to commit … murder,” prosecutors state. More
Another day, another horror story stemming from the ruthless MS-13 gang. There are approximately 1.4 million gang members, and 33,000 gangs in the US right now. But by all means, let’s invite some more!
Was President Trump right to call MS-13 ‘animals’? Read more here.