Another Brutal, Vicious MS-13 Attack – Police: MS-13 men beat sex-trafficked girl with bat 28 times, ‘indented’ part of her body – Maryland

Hat Tip Kevin Lewis WJLA

Commentary:  Kevin has been really staying on top of these vicious animals when it comes to reporting.  He is doing yo-mans work and has more to come, stay tuned.  If you are not familiar with Kevin’s work as a reporter and journalist, he broke the story last year about the alleged rape in the bathroom in Rockville, Md High School.  I say alleged, because, under undo pressure from the Maryland States Attorney’s office (allegedly), those charges ended up getting dropped.  But lest us not forget how graphic the Police report was, you can’t make that up.  Can someone please answer this question for me?  Maryland’s Radical Left Wingers are again trying to pass law to prohibit our LEO’s from cooperating with Federal Authorities, yet, where is the outrage from these individuals and their supporters, Casa De Maryland, on these vile and heinous acts of violence committed by MS-13, which I outlined here yesterday.  One final question, why won’t MoCo Law Enforcement provide details on the 20 year old’s history?  What’s the secret?  Could it DACA related?

Mugshots provided by Kevin Lewis.

KENSINGTON, Md. (WJLA) – A female human trafficking victim too young to legally drive a car or buy a lottery ticket was savagely beaten with a bat by a pack of incensed MS-13 members, Montgomery County Police say.

Late last month, Ivan Alexis Pena-Rodriguez, 20, Yervin Josue Romero-Rivera, 21, and Miguel Angel Ayala-Rivera, 24, were all formally charged with first-degree assault, plus other assorted criminal counts.

According to court documents obtained by WJLA, Montgomery County authorities served a search and seizure warrant at a suspected MS-13 hangout house along the 11200 block of Valley View Avenue in Kensington, near Albert Einstein High School. As a result of that warrant, an unnamed source told detectives about an incident that left a 15-year-old girl “severely” wounded and bloody.

The source explained Ayala-Rivera, a high-ranking local MS-13 leader who goes by the nickname “Noctorno,” pimps out a number of underage girls from a number of states. On Aug. 1, 2017, the source said Pena-Rodriguez, Romero-Rivera, Ayala-Rivera, plus two other men, used a solid bat to beat the girl behind the single-family home along Valley View Avenue. The men reportedly took turns whacking the 15-year-old girl’s flailing body — 28 swings in total. Her injuries included an “indented” buttocks, discolored arms and legs, and visible bleeding from the neck down.

A second unnamed source would later tell cops that Ayala-Rivera (‘Noctorno’) ordered the backyard clubbing because he felt the victim was “not doing a good job as an MS-13 prostitute.” The same source revealed Ayala-Rivera (‘Noctorno’) raked in a lot of money by trafficking teenage girls to men of all ages.

Detectives managed to speak with the young victim by telephone, but she was too nervous to provide her location or even admit to being brutally assaulted by the gang. She did, however, state she had been at the Valley View Avenue address and knew some of the defendants.

According to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Romero-Rivera and Ayala-Rivera are in the United States illegally. ICE has submitted immigration detainers with Montgomery County authorities for both men. Court paperwork indicates Pena-Rodriguez was born in El Salvador, but ICE said it cannot publicly share information about the 20-year-old.

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****ACTION ALERT!!!**** Maryland’s Sanctuary Bill Is Back By Another Name – Now Called, Maryland’s SAFE ACT – March 13th, House Judiciary Committee

Commentary:  Do we honestly believe that the Maryland Progressive Radical Left can pull the wool over our eyes?  By renaming the same atrocity proposed last session, which we soundly defeated from getting out of the Senate Judiciary Committee.  This time, the House of Delegates progressive Sanctuary Bill is being led by, the one and only, CASA DE Maryland Delegate, and radical legislator, Ana Sol Gutierrez (D).  The House bill is also cross-filed in the State Senate.  Information below, along with the date to show up in Annapolis, on March 13th, for open hearing of the House Judiciary Committee.  Yes, you can go, and yes, you can voice your opposition to this unlawful act.  Also, there is a Bill designed to combat legislation that would thwart Maryland LEO’s from cooperating with Federal Authorities.  Both bills are listed.  Both debates are open hearings. It’s a long read, so take your time.  We will be working with other activist groups in Maryland to send a strong signal and will be headed to Annapolis to demand this unlawful act be defeated once again. 


Criminal Procedure – Immigration – Supporting All Families Everywhere (SAFE Act)
Sponsored by:
Delegate Gutierrez
In the House – Hearing 3/13 at 1:00 p.m.

Description of the Bill and the Progressives who are Co-Sponsors of the Bill proposed.

Here is the counter House Bill proposed by the Conservative Caucus.

State and Local Correctional Facilities – Undocumented Immigrants – Transfer to United States Department of Homeland Security (Keep Our Communities Safe Act of 2018)
Sponsored by:
Delegate Szeliga
In the House – Hearing 3/13 at 1:00 p.m.

Description of the proposed Legislation can be found here:

If you would like to reach out to us, please use the contact form, or by email.


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****More MS-13 Murders and Rackteering Updates From Maryland**** MS-13 Members Charged In Murder Of Montgomery County Teen

Three Aspen Hill men with ties to MS-13 have been indicted for murder over two years after the victim’s body was found in Virginia.

By Cameron Luttrell, Patch Staff | | Updated

ASPEN HILL, MD — Four men with ties to the MS-13 gang have been indicted for conspiracy to commit murder and racketeering, over two years after the body of a missing Montgomery County teenager was found in Virginia.

A grand jury indicted four men, including three from Aspen Hill, in connection to the July 2015 murder of Guillermo Hernandez Leyva, 19:

  • Daniel Flores-Ventura, also known as “Necio,” 24, of Aspen Hill
  • Vilas Sail Argueta-Bermudez, also known as “Happy,” “Little Happy,” and “Enchilada,” 31, of Aspen Hill
  • Michael Campos-Lemus, also known as “Humilde,” 24, of Aspen Hill
  • Willians Ernesto Lovos-Ayala, also known as “Tigre,” 25, of Woodbridge, Virginia

Leyva was reported missing on July 18, 2015 and his remains were found in a wooded area in Woodbridge, Va. on Sept. 29, 2015. An investigation found he traveled to the area in July of 2015, after which he was beaten and stabbed to death.

Prosecutors said the victim and suspects were involved with MS-13, the national and international gang composed primarily of immigrants or descendants of immigrants from El Salvador.

The two count indictment alleges that from at least 2015 through September 2017, the defendants were members and associates of MS-13 who planned and committed murders, drug trafficking and extortions. The defendants were allegedly members of the Uniones and Molinos Clique of MS-13, prosecutors said.

They were tracked and arrested across three states: Flores-Ventura was found in Indiana; Argueta-Bermudez was caught in Texas, and Campos-Lemus and Lovos-Ayala were located in New Jersey.

Agencies that helped track down the defendants are: Prince William County Police, the FBI, Immigration and Customs, U.S. Marshals and Montgomery County Police.

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****FAIR IMMIGRATION URGENT ACTION ALERT!**** – URGENT: Tell the Senate to Focus on Fixing Our Immigration Problems, Not Amnesty

Federation for American Immigration Reform
URGENT: Tell the Senate to Focus on Fixing Our Immigration Problems, Not Amnesty

This is it. This week. The Senate is poised to squander an historic opportunity to advance true immigration reform, leaving the American people to incur a massive amnesty with hollow promises of enforcement and legal immigration reductions down the road. What happens now is as consequential to this issue as anything that has happened in a decade or more.

And FAIR needs YOU now, more than ever.

Here’s what we need to do:

Call your two Senators and tell them that a DACA amnesty in exchange for token and ineffective immigration enforcement provisions is unacceptable. Remind them that your interests – American interests – are the priority and shouldn’t be predicated on a quid-pro-quo for amnesty.

Urge them to only support reforms that secure the border, increase interior enforcement, and reduce legal immigration by ending chain migration and the visa lottery. Most importantly, tell them that as a voting constituent, you’ll be watching their actions very closely.


On Monday, the Senate voted to begin floor debate on proposals to give amnesty to AT LEAST 1.8 million illegal aliens – a number far greater than the existing DACA population.

The open debate is the fulfillment of a promise made by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as part of efforts to end the government shutdown last month.

One thing is already clear this week. Senators in both parties are dead set on ramming through a mass amnesty bill, while giving the American people little to nothing in return.

We need to put their heads on straight. What about securing our borders, protecting American jobs, ending chain migration, and stopping dangerous sanctuary cities? These are the priorities of the American people, not amnesty.

The stakes couldn’t be any higher. Unless YOU speak up, the same thing could happen now that happened in 1986: millions of illegal aliens get amnesty, while we get empty promises of weak enforcement.

We can’t let this happen! Here’s the contact information:

Contact your two Senators via the U.S. Capitol switchboard: 202-224-3121

After you make these calls, use this handy form to email your Senators.

Thank you in advance for your continued help!

FAIR’s Government Relations Team

FAIR is a non-partisan, non-discriminatory non-profit organization dedicated to securing our borders, ending illegal immigration and promoting immigration levels consistent with the national interest. FAIR relies solely on the tax-deductible contributions of citizens and philanthropic foundations.

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Maryland Congressman, Steny Hoyer, Still Missing The Boat On Immigration Deal – Hoyer urges Ryan: Ignore Trump, pass a DACA fix

By Mike Lillie 2.13.18
The second-ranking House Democrat has an urgent request of Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) heading into the thorny debate on the fate of “Dreamers”: Ignore President Trump and let the House pass the bill it favors.

Rep. Steny Hoyer (Md.), the Democratic whip, said Ryan’s vow to consider only immigration bills that enjoy Trump’s support blurs the lines between the separate branches of government and smacks of “adherence to a president who really has no experience.”

“Ryan’s saying he’s going to put something on the floor that Trump will sign is a little bit like putting a Russian sanctions bill on the floor that Putin will sign,” Hoyer said during a press briefing in the Capitol, referring to Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“The fact of the matter is that we’re an independent, co-equal branch of government.”

The push arrives as Congress scrambles to shore up the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, an Obama-era directive providing temporary legal protection to hundreds of thousands of Dreamers, immigrants who came to the United States illegally as kids. Trump rescinded DACA in September, urging Congress to salvage the program through legislation. He set a deadline of March 5.

The Senate this week began debate on DACA, launching a freewheeling process designed to cobble together a fix that can win 60 votes in the upper chamber, where Republicans are sharply divided on the issue. But Ryan has not promised a similar debate in the House, instead adopting a wait-and-see approach that leans heavily on the wishes of the Senate and the president.

Asked how Democrats expect Ryan to approach immigration, Hoyer said it remains a mystery.

“I don’t know,” he said.

Immigration issues have long divided the Republican Party, and in taking the Speaker’s gavel in 2015, Ryan had promised members of the far-right House Freedom Caucus that he would dismiss any immigration bill that lacked the support of more than half the Republican majority — an informal guideline known on Capitol Hill as the “Hastert rule,” after former GOP Speaker Dennis Hastert (Ill.).

More recently, Ryan has shifted his language, saying he’ll vote only on immigration legislation that has Trump’s backing — a message he amplified on Tuesday.

“If we stick with the kind of outline that the president talked about, then I think we can get a good deal,” Ryan told Fox Business.

Hoyer rejected both strategies, highlighting the ignominious history surrounding Hastert, who in 2015 pleaded guilty to money laundering related to hush money he’d paid to former male students he’d allegedly sexually abused decades ago when he was a teacher and coach.

“Is Mr. Hastert out of jail yet? Does anybody know?” Hoyer asked. “They keep following this ‘Hastert rule.’ ”

Hastert, 76, was released from a federal prison hospital last July.

Hoyer, noting that Ryan had promised to bring a new era of transparency to the House, challenged the Speaker “to avoid being extraordinarily hypocritical.”

“He said we would take on the tough issues, and we would take them one at a time, and the House will work its will,” Hoyer said.

“He didn’t say the Hastert Rule would prevail; he said the House.”

The debate has been clouded to a degree by the ever-changing messages coming from Trump on DACA. In September, the president had agreed to the contours of an immigration deal that coupled DACA protections with border security, only to shift gears the next month by issuing a memo — authored by senior adviser Stephen Miller, an immigration hard-liner — listing a host of additional enforcement provisions the White House said it would demand as part of a Dreamers package, including a border wall and a reduction in legal immigration.

“When you ask what the president’s policies are, you have to ask, ‘Which hour is he speaking?’ ” Hoyer said.

Last month, Trump huddled at the White House with a group of lawmakers from both parties, where he seemed to soften his demands by endorsing the notion of passing a “clean” DREAM Act — one without any enforcement provisions — and moving to the security measures at a later date.

“Yeah, I would like — I would like to do that,” Trump said in response to a request from Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), a remark initially omitted from the official White House transcript of the meeting.

Democrats are pointing to those remarks as the DACA debate heats up this month.

“The president said flat out, ‘We’re going to take care of the DACA kids, you do some legislation that takes care of that and I will sign it,’ ” said Hoyer, who was seated next to Trump during that January meeting. “Why we have not been able to accomplish that in the last four months, five months, is beyond me.”

More recently, however, the White House has outlined a four-tiered approach to the immigration question, demanding that any DACA bill must be combined with heightened border security, a reduction in family-based immigration and the elimination of the diversity visa lottery.

Ryan on Tuesday endorsed that design, characterizing it as a “serious” and “well-balanced” offer.

“Something that encapsulates those four pillars that he talks about, I think that’s something that can get passed,” Ryan told Fox.

Hoyer has a different take, accusing Ryan of cowering to Trump — and Trump of pandering to conservative immigration hawks.

“At the White House he said, ‘I’ll take the heat.’ … He’s not taking much heat yet,” Hoyer said. “He’s pandering to … his right wing. And he ought to stand up for what he said he would do.”

Hoyer has for weeks been involved in a series of closed-door DACA meetings with Trump’s chief of staff, John Kelly, and the deputy leaders of each chamber — Sens. John Cornyn (R-Texas) and Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) and Rep. Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.). With the Senate immigration debate launching this week, Hoyer said those talks are all but over.

“The No. 2s are probably going to have to see what happens in the Senate,” Hoyer said.

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