September 29, 2007
— Ace Because Guess That Party! was so much fun, it's spawned a sequel.
Rapist Receives 40 Years In Plea Deal reads the headline. Fair enough. An illegal status isn't quite on the level of rape. But how many paragraphs do you think you'll have to read to find this information out?
More paragraphs than you're willing to read? Ah, that's the intention, isn't it?
One had been asleep in her Haltom City home when she was attacked. Her children were in a nearby room.
Another woman had been waiting in her car for a friend outside an Arlington apartment complex when she was dragged from her car, forced to a nearby field and raped.
The third had just arrived home from work and was unlocking the front door of her Fort Worth apartment when she was hit from behind, shoved inside and raped.
Friday morning, the three women came together in a Tarrant County courtroom to address Jose G. Carrillo, the 32-year-old man who pleaded guilty this week to attacking them and one other woman in exchange for a 40-year prison sentence.
One after the other, the three women took a seat in front of the courtroom, looked Carrillo in the eye and explained why he was getting what he deserved.
'I will go on living, enjoying life. I'm going to enjoy my freedom. I'm going to enjoy watching my kids grow old,' the Haltom City victim told Carrillo. 'These are the simple things that will be taken away from you.
'It gives me great pleasure. I hope you realize in time that because of your sick, selfish, twisted, cowardly acts that you did to women, that you deserve the future that is set before you,' she added.
It was for a fourth case, the January 2006 rape of an 18-year-old woman attacked as she walked to work in north Fort Worth, that Carrillo was to stand trial Oct. 8. But on Wednesday, Carrillo, who authorities say is in this country illegally, opted to seek a plea agreement with prosecutors instead.
After a day of negotiations, he pleaded guilty to three of the charges for which he'd been indicted -- two aggravated sexual assaults and a burglary of a habitation with intent to commit sexual assault. He also pleaded guilty to a charge of aggravated sexual assault for the Arlington rape. He had not been previously charged in that case because investigators had only a partial DNA profile linking him to the crime, prosecutors said.
Note that he couldn't be prosecuted in those previous rapes and assaults do to lack of beyond-a-reasonable-doubt evidence, and that's our system: Fine. But he could certainly have been deported previously based upon what seems relatively easy to establish beyond any doubt: That he was in the country illegally.
And yet he was allowed to continue raping and raiding at his pleasure because of our goddamned murderous political correctness.
I wonder if the latest victim of his vicious rape-obsession applauds the sanctuary city regime. I wonder if she, too, agrees that the it's somehow wrong to ask if a career felon is even in the country legally.
Thanks to AllenR.
Posted by: Sticky B at September 29, 2007 01:37 PM (wkjFE)
I'm surprised they used the "i" word. Locally, when caught committing crimes they are described as "undocumented workers".
Didn't an "undocumented worker" used to be a guy without a union card?
Posted by: GarandFan at September 29, 2007 01:50 PM (+tCxF)
New MSM Trick . . .New? They've been pulling that shit for at least a decade in Calif.
Posted by: dave at September 29, 2007 01:50 PM (bGPt5)
I'm ruthless, not cruel!
Posted by: Merovign at September 29, 2007 01:53 PM (IaYDo)
Posted by: cranky at September 29, 2007 02:01 PM (7rKVk)
We should fly him home.
How about a really big catapult?
Posted by: adolfo_velasquez at September 29, 2007 02:13 PM (Dk3Rg)
My solution would involve a courthouse wall, a blindfold, a cigarette, and 12 sherriff's deputies with 30.06 rifles. But all of the same people who felated Ahmagitajob last week, or at least were not idealogically opposed to his taking the soapbox on our soil, would recoil in horror at anyone who suggests using a nineteenth century solution to solve a serious social problem.
AND NEVER EVEN SEE THE HYPOCRACY TRAIN THAT HIT THEM!!!
Posted by: Sticky B at September 29, 2007 02:14 PM (wkjFE)
Posted by: ricpic at September 29, 2007 02:17 PM (tng3f)
They are only saying that he if from Denton.
Also, I am happy that Irving is sending them home. They said they returned aliens from over 30 different countrys!! They have sent back almost 1% of the citys population, and I say GOOD!
Posted by: JarvisW at September 29, 2007 02:37 PM (faim5)
Should be an auction for the broadcast rights with the money raised used to reimburse the US Treasury for the costs of trying, jailing, and deporting those illegals not convicted of capital crimes.
That would be some must see TV.
Posted by: cranky at September 29, 2007 03:02 PM (7rKVk)
Not only is this line buried deep in the article, it's not even an admission by the paper that the guy is an illegal immigrant! "Authorities say" my butt. I suppose the MSM has suddenly decided to report these things responsibly, and as he hasn't been CONVICTED of being illegal....
Posted by: Grimaldi at September 29, 2007 03:57 PM (Rx9GP)
Posted by: Aubrey at September 29, 2007 04:07 PM (g2pnE)
Posted by: Aubrey at September 29, 2007 04:08 PM (g2pnE)
Posted by: Purple Avenger at September 29, 2007 04:27 PM (77M+c)
The political reaction to illegal immigration in general is pathetic. Those few politicians who actually "get it" have either been shouted down or cowed.
The MSM has cooperated to the extent that people unthinkingly hear an assertion that illegals have the right to be here without even saying "hey, wait a minute!"
No, jackass, ILLEGAL, get the fuck out!
DAMN, how fucking obvious can it be?!?! Get the FUCK OUT!
Jesus H. Tap-dancing Christ, is it so fucking difficult to understand that we have a damned process for this? Change it or obey it, don't just assume you get to break the damned law.
Go ahead, let me break a law. Do I get to pick which law? 'Cause I got me some ideas.
Posted by: Merovign at September 29, 2007 06:55 PM (IaYDo)
I could go on on on about this topic, but nuf said.. Don't trust the headline or the main thesis.
Posted by: drp at September 30, 2007 12:51 PM (77Hkb)
Posted by: RD at September 30, 2007 02:54 PM (EBGJ/)
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