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Illegal Immigration Roulette: AP Covers Up the Truth About Child Killer

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Posted on June 30 2010 8:00 am
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An “Open Borders” policy with regard to illegal immigration is a little like engaging in unprotected sex.  You can get away with it once, twice, perhaps a dozen or more times.  But eventually, inevitably, your luck runs out.  In the recent case of a 2 year-old girl who was brutally murdered by an illegal immigrant in McAllen, Texas, the more appropriate metaphor would be Russian Roulette.  And to make matters worse, the AP’s press release omitted the most salient detail of the accused child murderer’s identity:

McALLEN, Texas — A Texas man accused of fatally beating his 2-year-old stepdaughter when she wouldn’t stop crying as he watched a World Cup game has been charged with capital murder.

McAllen Police Sgt. Joel Morales says 27-year-old Hector Castro was charged Monday after his Saturday arrest. Castro is being held on $1 million bond at the Hidalgo County jail, where a booking clerk says he does not yet have an attorney.

Police Chief Victor Rodriguez says Castro told investigators the toddler wouldn’t stop crying while he was trying to watch the U.S.-Ghana matchup Saturday.

Rodriguez says the child was severely beaten and suffered several broken ribs. Police say a screw or bolt was forced down her throat in an apparent attempt to make it look like she choked to death.

That is the entire AP article.  Note that there is no mention of the child murderer’s immigrant status.

An article about the same horrific crime appeared in The Monitor, a local newspaper based in McAllen, Texas.  An interesting detail about the suspected child murderer’s status is revealed in the fifth paragraph:

“There are no words for this,” said [McAllen Police Chief] Rodriguez. “It makes you want to think about doing lots of things to this guy, but he will face the criminal justice system just like everybody else.”

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