“His death had gone largely publicly unmarked until police began discovering corpses in the weeks after Cuevas and Nisa died.”
MS-13 is a transnational illegal alien gang with some U.S. members that is run by gang leadership in El Salvador, the most dangerous place on earth. It is a narco nation run by a cartel supporter.
Thirteen members of the notorious MS-13 were charged Thursday in connection with seven murders including the 2016 killings of high school teenagers on New York’s Long Island.
The gang members were charged with 41 counts which also include racketeering, attempted murder, assault and obstruction of justice, U.S. Attorney Robert L. Capers said Thursday afternoon.
Four of the suspects were charged directly with the murders of Kayla Cuevas, 16 and Nisa Mickens, 15, close friends who were beaten to death on Sept. 13, 2016, in Brentwood, N.Y.
Four others were directly involved in the death of 18-year-old Jose Peña-Hernandez, whose body was found on the grounds of the Pilgrim Psychiatric Center in Brentwood in October, investigators said.
Ten are illegal aliens, one is a green card holder and two are U.S. citizens.
Best friends Nisa Mickens, 15, and Kayla Cuevas, 16, were beaten with baseball bats and hacked with a machete during an attack that began when gang members spotted them walking together in Brentwood.
Nisa’s mom, Elizabeth Alvarado, said she was “very pissed off” to learn the 2016 murder allegedly was committed by illegal immigrants.
“They’re evil. They’re coming over the border, then coming back after they get kicked out,” she said.
“Things should change. It shouldn’t take my daughter’s death.”
They also stabbed and slashed the girls’ classmate Jose Pena 18, killing him for violating their rules.
They received “gang leadership” permission for the slaughters.
Pena-Hernandez was an alleged MS-13 gang member who was lured to the grounds of an abandoned state psychiatric hospital by fellow gang members he thought were his friends. Those friends turned on him and repeatedly stabbed him to death.
His death had gone largely publicly unmarked until police began discovering corpses in the weeks after Cuevas and Nisa died.
Some people complained that police, school officials and others were not doing enough to stem the violence. Since then, police have arrested more than 125 suspected MS-13 gang members in Brentwood and elsewhere.
Then-President-elect Donald Trump blasted Long Island’s M-13 scourge in an interview for his Time magazine “Person of the Year” profile last year.
“They come from Central America. They’re tougher than any people you’ve ever met,” Trump said.
“They’re killing and raping everybody out there. They’re illegal. And they are finished.”
The answer to doing enough is to close the borders, deport these people, and abolish sanctuary cities.
The illegal immigrants indicted Thursday are all from El Salvador or Honduras, and are among 13 people charged with crimes including racketeering and multiple counts of conspiracy to murder.
The defendants — who face up to life in the slammer or the death penalty — include Edwin Antonio “Strong” Amaya-Sanchez, 29, who the feds say is a leader of an MS-13 chapter in El Salvador known as Guanacos Locos Criminales Salvatruchas.
Amaya-Sanchez was deported to El Salvador on March 22, 2010, but had sneaked back into the United States by July 14, 2014, when he allegedly murdered Jose Lainez-Murcia, with whom he had worked at a landscaping company in Kings Park.
In other words, we have transnational illegal alien gangs in the sanctuary state of New York that are being run by El Salvador monsters.
Do we really want this filth here? El Salvador is a narco nation and the president of that nation works with and profits from cartels.
In the sanctuary city of Houston, two illegal alien MS-13 gang members from El Salvador with a Satanic shrine in their Houston apartment were arrested for allegedly killing one teen and kidnapping another.
Gang leader Miguel Angel Alvarez-Flores, 22, who also goes by ‘Diabolico,’ and 18-year-old Diego Alexan Hernandez-Rivera appeared in Houston court Wednesday on charges of aggravated kidnapping and murder.
The MS-13 gang members laughed, smiled and waved in court.
Prosecutors said the two kidnapped a 14-year-old girl after she left school around February 2, holding her in an apartment where she was raped by a gang member.
Another unidentified girl who had been kidnapped – between the ages of 15 and 25 – was found dead on the morning of February 16. She was also shot in the neck and torso.
Flores responded by sacrificing a cigarette to the gang’s shrine, but then said the ‘Beast’ required a soul sacrifice, according to the court hearing.