Victimized by Invaders - Children in North Carolina remain easy prey for alien molesters

By Dave Gibson
Published in The Social Contract
Volume 27, Number 2 (Winter 2017)
Issue theme: "Importing diseases"
http://www.thesocialcontract.com/artman2/publish/tsc_27_2/tsc-27-2-gibson-2.shtml




Though a year in a child’s life is supposed to be marked with such joys as Spring Break, Summer vacation, the excitement of beginning a new school year, and “trick or treating” at Halloween — among other rites of passage — a great number of children in the “virtual border state” of North Carolina recently spent those times being victimized by those who have no legal right to even be in this country.

You see, between May 1 and October 31, 2016, at least 330 child sexual assault charges were filed against illegal aliens in the Tarheel State.

The following list of reported perpetrators and their crimes was compiled by the citizens’ advocacy group known as NCFIRE:1

• Suspect: Lopez, Fidel
Location: Chatham County
Charge(s): 14 Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Gonzalez, Rodolfo
Location: McDowell County
Charge(s): Two Counts of Felony Child Sex Offense

• Suspect: Garcia-Catalan, Jose Francisco
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): First-Degree Sexual Expolitation of a Minor, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Avilia-Valenzuela, Carlos
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Three Counts of First-Degree Sexual Offense w/Child, Two Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Rosales-Ochoa, Osman Geovanny
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape

• Suspect: Aguilar-Orozco, Yancarlos Everardo
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Two Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child, Two Counts of Statutory Rape, Contributing to the Deliquency of a Minor

• Suspect: Sanchez, Jose
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape

• Suspect: Regino-Vera, Omar
Location: Burke County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape

• Suspect: Hernandez, Jesus
Location: Orange County
Charge(s): First-Degree Rape of a Child

• Suspect: Robles, Ageo Matus
Location: Union County
Charge(s): First-Degree Sexual Offense w/Child, Two Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child

Suspect: Bautista-Montoya, Jose Andres
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, Contributing to the Deliquency of a Minor

• Suspect: Alvarado, Genaro Alberto
Location: Rowan County
Charge(s): Contributing to the Deliquency of a Minor

• Suspect: Lopez, Jose Antonio
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): Statutory Sex Offense w/Child, Two Counts of Statutory Rape, Three Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Hernandez, Nestor Alonso De-los-Santos
Location: New Hanover County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Mendoza-Vegas, Emilio
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Ailon, Francisco Agustin
Location: Burke County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape

• Suspect: Ramon-Sanchez, Christian
Location: Rowan County
Charge(s): 10 Counts of Felony Statutory Sex Offense, Seven Counts of Statutory Rape, Three Counts of Disseminating Obscene Material to a Minor, Sexual Exploitation of a Minor

• Suspect: Sanchez, Alejandro Samano
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): First-Degree Rape, First-Degree Sexual Offense w/Child, Two Counts of Indecent Liberties
w/Child

• Suspect: Martinez-Ortiz, Jorge Alberto
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape

• Suspect: Sanchez, Humberto Excalera
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): First-Degree Sexual Offense w/Child, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Bengas, Selvin Cruz
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): First-Degree Rape, Indecent Liberties
w/Child

• Suspect: Munoz, Jesus Jose
Location: Lee County
Charge(s): First-Degree Rape, First-Degree Sexual Offense w/Child

• Suspect: Torres, Jaime Alberto Barba
Location: Davidson County
Charge(s): Four Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child, Two Counts of First-Degree Sex Offense w/Child, First-Degree Rape of a Child, Statutory Rape, First-Degree Sexual Offense

• Suspect: Moncada-Sanchez, Hector
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): First-Degree Sex Offense w/Child, First-Degree Rape of a Child, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Zamora-Alfonso, Manuel
Location: Henderson County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Morales-Lino, Jose Refugio
Location: Wake County?
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Castaneda, Ernesto
Location: Alamance County
Charge(s): Two Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child, Two Counts of Statutory Rape

• Suspect: Dutra-Duarte, Miguel Angel
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, Sex Offense-Parental Role

• Suspect: Delcid-Amaya, Edgardo
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Juarez, Antonio Cabrera
Location: Lee County
Charge(s): Statutory Sex Offense

• Suspect: Raymundo, Basilio Morales
Location: New Hanover County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Luciano, Juan Antonio
Location: Iredell County
Charge(s): First-Degree Sex Offense w/Child,
Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Mendez, Pasqual
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape, Transporting a Child
Out of State

• Suspect: Quintanilla, Francisco Orante
Location: Alamance County
Charge(s): Two Counts of Statutory Rape, Three Counts Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Galindo-Meza, Ariel Alejandro
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child, Statutory Sex Offense

• Suspect: Dominguez-Perez, Carlos Damian
Location: Moore County
Charge(s): Two Counts of Statutory Rape, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Guillen, Jose Luis
Location: New Hanover County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Castillio-Garcia, Mauricio Alfredo
Location: Wayne County
Charge(s): Statutory Sex Offense

• Suspect: Salgado-Abarca, Ramon Saul
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Navarro, Rodrigo
Location: Rowan County
Charge(s): Soliciting Children for Sexual Activities, Exploitation of a Minor by Electronic Means, Solicitation of a Minor

• Suspect: Hernandez-Dominguez, Jose Abel
Location: Cumberland County
Charge(s): First-Degree Sex Offense w/Child, Indecent Liberties w/Child, Crime Against Nature

• Suspect: Gonzalez, Sanchez Pablo
Location: Cleveland County
Charge(s): Two Counts of Statutory Rape

• Suspect: Balderas, Dante Morales
Location: Nash County
Charge(s): Incest on Child, Indecent Liberties with Child, Statutory Rape

• Suspect: Calix-Padilla, Jayron Adolfo
Location: Wilson County
Charge(s): 18 Counts of Statutory Rape, 18 Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child, Four Counts of Attempted Second-Degree Sex Offense, Two Counts of First-Degree Sex Offense w/Child

• Suspect: Gonzalez, Jose
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): Statutory Sex Offense, Sexual Offense
by a Custodian, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Hernandez, Oscar
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): 20 Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child,
20 Counts of Statutory Sex Offense

• Suspect: Silva, Mauricio
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Gonzalez-Tenas, Daniel
Location: Union County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Limon, Alberto Cruz
Location: Johnston County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape

• Suspect: Flores-Palacios, Saul Antonio
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): First-Degree Rape of a Child, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Gonzalez, Anastacio
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Castro, Miguel Ramos
Location: Sampson County
Charge(s): 18 Counts of Male-Child Rape

• Suspect: Campos, Gilberto
Location: Sampson County
Charge(s): Four Counts of Statutory Rape, Three Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child, Three Counts of Crimes Against Nature

• Suspect: Cruz, Antonio Lopez
Location: Burke County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Rosales, Arturo Sanchez
Location: Rowan County
Charge(s): Two Counts of Statutory Rape, Sex Offense w/Child

• Suspect: Guerrero, Fernando Hernandez
Location: Rowan County
Charge(s): Child Rape

• Suspect: Gonzalez, Jose Rosales
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape

• Suspect: Murillo-Luna, Ivan
Location: Wake Coun

Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Munoz-Juarez, Nicandro
Location: Pitt County
Charge(s): Five Counts of Sex Offense w/Child

• Suspect: Tapia, Ayundant Enrique
Location: Cumberland County?Charge(s): Two Counts of Statutory Rape, Two Counts of Indecent Liberties
w/Child

• Suspect: Gomez, Constantino Antonio
Location: New Hanover County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape, Sex Offense w/Child, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Gonzalez-Ramirez, Jose
Location: Cumberland County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Sierra-Villa, Homero
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Statutory Sex Offense, Sexual Battery
of a Child

• Suspect: Fonseca, Jose
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Statutory Sex Offense, Indecent Liberties
w/Child

• Suspect: Casteneda-Lagunas, Ube
Location: Alamance County
Charge(s): Five Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Rodriguez-Pacheco, Alejandro
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Regino-Vera, Omar
Location: Burke County
Charge(s): Six Counts of Statutory Rape, Two Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Perez, Angel Rojas
Location: Alamance County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape, Sex Offense w/Child

• Suspect: Maldonado, Enrique
Location: Bladen County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape, Sex Offense w/Child, Indecent Liberties w/Child, Sex Act by Parent/Custodian, Attempted Sex Act by Parent/Custodian, Crime Against Nature

• Suspect: Rosado-Dominguez, Jose
Location: Durham County
Charge(s): Two Counts of Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Santiago-Rivera, Ismael
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape, Sex Offense w/Child, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Valdez, Luis Manuel
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape, Sex Offense w/Child, Kidnapping

• Suspect: Figueroa, Edwin
Location: Cumberland County
Charge(s): Two Counts of Sex Offense w/Child, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Palomo Gonzalez, Jose
Location: Johnston County
Charge(s): Statutory Rape

• Suspect: Urioste-Martinez, Esmerelda
Location: Durham County
Charge(s): Sexual Servitude (Child Victim), Two Counts of Kidnapping, Three Counts of Aiding and Abetting, Communicating Threats

• Suspect: Sanchez-Padillo, Bernardino
Location: Wake County
Charge(s): Sex Offense w/Child, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Irra, Quirino Rodillo
Location: Forsyth County
Charge(s): Two Counts of First-Degree Child Rape, Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Benitez, Luis
Location: Mecklenburg County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

• Suspect: Guillen-Christo, Heriberto
Location: Johnston County
Charge(s): Sex Offense w/Child

• Suspect: Gonzalez, Augustine
Location: Bladen County
Charge(s): Indecent Liberties w/Child

As noted in previous articles, there are a multitude of causes for this stomach-turning epidemic.

• Over the past several years, all of the major cities and many of the small towns in North Carolina have adopted so-called “sanctuary policies,” which shield illegal aliens from being reported to federal authorities, thereby ensuring they will not be deported.

• Obviously, the federal government has abandoned their responsibility to guard and defend our borders, thus allowing an untold number of criminals into this country.

• Perhaps most disturbing is the fact that throughout the majority of Mexico’s 32 states, the age of sexual consent is merely 12 years of age. In addition to Mexico City, the age of consent is 12 in the following Mexican states: Aquascalientes, Baja California Sur, Campeche, Chiapas, Coahuila, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Michoacan, Morelos, Oaxaca, Puebla, Queretaro, Quintana Roo, San Luis Potosi, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tabasco, and Tamaulipas.

The age of consent is 15 in Mexico State, 13 in Yucatan and Zacatecas. The age of consent is actually listed as “puberty” in Nayarit and 14 in the seven remaining Mexican states.

Unfortunately, the culture of having sex with young girls is carried with many Mexican men as they cross into this country (illegally).

It should be noted that on October 29, 2015, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory signed into law House Bill 318, known as the Protect North Carolina Workers Act, which bans cities and counties across the state from enacting so-called “sanctuary policies” to shield illegal aliens from deportation after being apprehended for other crimes.2 At the signing ceremony, Gov. McCrory said: “Today, North Carolina is standing up for the rule of law, which is central to North Carolina values and our country’s values. Public safety officials must have the flexibility and tools to investigate crimes and sanctuary city policies that deprive law enforcement of those tools.”

Unfortunately, there has been a great deal of resistance to the new law from local politicians who wish to keep the welcome mat out for illegal aliens in their cities.

A refusal to comply with federal immigration law has however been promised by the leadership of many cities, counties, and states across the country, since the nation elected Donald J. Trump.

Though President Trump will have the law on his side, we now have bloated bureaucracies at the federal, state, and local levels which have been operating for several decades as if this country has no borders, refusing to distinguish criminals who enter this nation illegally, from true immigrants who respect our laws and attempt to assimilate within our culture. Our new president, who largely ran on a ‘law and order’ platform, indeed has a Hurculean task before him.


Endnotes

1. http://www.ncfire.info/

2. https://governor.nc.gov/press-release/governor-mccrory-signs-protect-north-carolina-workers-act

About the author

Dave Gibson, a former legislative aide to a Virginia state senator, has been working as a freelance writer for many years. His work has been published in many newspapers and magazines, including the Washington Times.

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