U.S. Busts Illegal Alien Sex Slave Ring

Five members of a Mexican crime syndicate who operated in New York, Georgia, and Alabama are headed to U.S. prisons after years of running a lucrative criminal enterprise.

The illegal aliens weren’t dealing dope; they were trafficking girls for sex on both sides of the border.

“Between December 2004 and November 2015, the Rendon-Reyes Organization enriched itself by forcing multiple young women and girls to perform countless commercial sex acts throughout the United States and Mexico,” according to the U.S. Department of Justice.

“The Organization targeted vulnerable women and girls, some as young as 14, from impoverished areas of Mexico and Central America. Members of the Organization typically used false promises of love and marriage to lure the victims into fraudulent romantic relationships. In some instances, they forcibly abducted the victims,” the DOJ said in a statement.

Human smuggling is a daily reality along the U.S.-Mexico border, and beyond. FAIR estimates that 17,000 to 19,000 foreign nationals are trafficked into the United States each year.

More than 170 other defendants in other sex-trafficking cases have been prosecuted in New York, Georgia, Florida and Texas, with assistance the Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) unit of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, an agency that several declared Democratic presidential candidates are on record as wanting to abolish.

Prosecution of the Rendon-Reyes Organization offers gruesome insights into the brutal business.

According to government investigators, the team of illegal aliens arranged for women and girls to be smuggled into the United States, where Rendon-Reyes forced them into prostitution. Among the side activities: severe and repeated beatings, forced abortions and threats to victims’ families.

While captives performed as many as 45 sex acts a night, all proceeds were funneled back to Rendon-Reyes’s home base of Tenancingo, Mexico, the heart of that country’s sex slave trade.

Days after the Mexican quintet were sentenced to prison terms ranging from 15 to 25 years, President Donald Trump called human trafficking “an urgent humanitarian issue” and announced he had signed several measures to combat such “heinous crimes.” These measures are intended to crackdown on and prosecute human traffickers and hold foreign governments accountable for their failure to do the same.

In addition – and perhaps most important of all — Trump declared, “Congress needs to pass legislation that strengthens border security and prevents human trafficking in all forms.”

As FAIR noted back in 2016: “The large and persistent influx of illegal aliens contributes to an environment of vulnerability and abuse. Failure to effectively address the illegal alien dilemma creates and perpetuates an environment in which exploitation runs rampant.”

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  1. avatar

    Maggots… and there are plenty more to apprehend and prosecute. Provision
    federal and state penal statutes to mandate life imprisonment with no parole.

  2. avatar

    Just hard-working immigrants enslaving and pimping out the under-age girls that Americans refuse to pimp!

  3. avatar

    The governor of California is already threatening to sue Trump over declaring a border emergency. How dare Trump interfere with that state catering to illegals at the expense of their own citizens. Major cities on the west coast are pig pens. Human waste and used needles covering the side walks and homeless tents by the thousands on the sidewalks of many cities. Who is it running those cities? You don’t have to think too hard to figure it out. Even if people have jobs a lot cannot afford housing. But let’s give illegals free medical care. Typhus outbreaks are now becoming common in Southern California because of the filthy sidewalks and the rats that are drawn. One worker at LA City Hall came down with the disease. Thanks so much to all the people who insist on turning us into a third world country. And thanks to all the brain dead idiots who keep electing those people.

    The excerpts from the 60 Minutes interview with Andrew McCabe are stunning. Anyone who has bothered to go beyond the soft soap reporting by most of the media have long known that there was a large group at the very top of the FBI and DOJ who were totally biased against Trump. But to actually have had talks to contact Cabinet members and others to invoke the 25th amendment to oust him is nothing less than a coup. They are free to develop any evidence of criminality they might turn up against him, but that is the end of their responsibility. The 25th clearly states that the president must be “incapacitated” in some manner, and states precisely who is to make that decision, but it is not law enforcement agencies who are to be involved at all in that decision.