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Jose Wilson Rojas Guzman, 30, could face life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted, according to prosecutors.  Guzman was charged with the rape and attempted murder of a 9-year-old Riverside girl.
Jose Wilson Rojas Guzman, 30, could face life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted, according to prosecutors. Guzman was charged ...
The Ford F-150 that belongs to Jose Wilson Rojas Guzman.
The Ford F-150 that belongs to Jose Wilson Rojas Guzman.

Man Convicted of Sexually Assaulting Girls


Monday, August 6th, 2012
Issue 32, Volume 16.
Paul Young
Special to the Valley News


RIVERSIDE - An illegal immigrant who sexually assaulted a 9-year- old and two 11-year-old girls in separate attacks during which he broke into their homes was convicted today of multiple felony charges that leave him facing a possible sentence of life without the possibility or parole.

A Riverside jury deliberated an hour before convicting 32-year-old Jose Rojas Guzman of attempted murder, kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault on a child, rape and other sex-related counts, as well as sentence-enhancing allegations of targeting several victims and committing a burglary to perpetrate a sexual offense.

Riverside County Superior Court Judge Elisabeth Sichel scheduled sentencing for April 15.

"He used their little bodies for his cheap, perverted thrills, with no regard for the mental or physical well-being of these children," Deputy District Attorney Mike Carney said in his closing statement.

Carney asked jurors to consider the similar patterns linking each crime, the fingerprint evidence collected at the crime scenes, the DNA evidence -- and the fact that Guzman had one of the victims' panties in his closet and her blood on his bedsheets..

The defendant was identified as a suspect in each of the three assaults after the abduction-rape and near-fatal attack on a 9-year-old Riverside girl, identified only as Jessica.

The sleeping child was carried out of her family's second-floor apartment at Pike Street and Herman Drive on the night of May 7, 2011.

Investigators allege Guzman broke into the unit through an unlocked window, snatched the girl without waking her two siblings -- their mother was working at a restaurant -- and transported her in his black pickup truck to his apartment, where he choked her into unconsciousness and raped her.

"The amount of force used on that poor little girl was horrendous," Carney said. "She was literally ripped apart by that savage."

The child was "dumped" in an unfamiliar neighborhood more than two miles from home, half-awake and bleeding, the prosecutor said. She began randomly knocking on doors seeking help, prompting residents to call the police.

The other two victims -- identified only as Samantha and Iris -- were attacked in Corona in the summer of 2008. In both instances, the 11-year-olds were awakened in the middle of the night by a strange man assaulting them, according to Carney.

He alleged that the defendant attempted to rape and sodomize Samantha, then forcibly orally copulated her.

"Can you imagine how horrific that was for her?" the prosecutor said. "Her first sexual encounter was with that piece of garbage. She'll have that for the rest of her life."

Whenever the victims resisted him, Guzman resorted to choking them, Carney alleged. He said semen, saliva and fingerprint matches confirmed Guzman was the perpetrator.

In her closing argument, Deputy Public Defender Valerie Garcia told jurors that none of the girls ever positively identified her client.

"Not a one of them ever says, 'This is the man who did this to me,"' the attorney said.

She also questioned the fingerprints lifted at Jessica's apartment, noting that Guzman had rented space in the unit only a couple of months earlier, so it was logical his prints would be there.

Garcia cast the most doubt on the DNA evidence, which labs in both Riverside and San Bernardino counties processed. She argued that the different results produced by each lab raised concerns and highlighted inconsistencies that couldn't be overlooked.

"What we have in this case is 'possible, maybe,"' Garcia said. "There are issues here. I want you to evaluate everything. I believe you'll find there is not enough for an abiding conviction."


Final Statements in Trial of Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Girls

RIVERSIDE - Closing arguments are scheduled today in the trial of an illegal immigrant accused of sexually assaulting three girls, one of whom he allegedly abducted in the dead of night and seriously injured before dumping her several miles from home.

Jose Rojas Guzman, 32, could face life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted of attempted murder, kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault on a child, rape and multiple other sex-related felonies, as well as sentence-enhancing allegations of targeting multiple victims and committing a burglary to perpetrate a sexual offense.

The prosecution and defense rested their cases Friday after a week of testimony.

One of the first witnesses, Riverside police Officer Anthony Watkins, testified about his encounter with a 9-year-old girl, identified only as "Jessica," after she was attacked on the night of May 7, 2011.

"She told me she woke up to somebody choking her and carrying her out of her apartment," Watkins testified. "She was put into a vehicle and told to be quiet."

According to the officer, the child was visibly traumatized when he spoke with her, and she had trouble articulating what had happened.

"She said she woke up in the vehicle but things started getting fuzzy and she blacked out again," Watkins said. "She told me, 'I got dumped here."'

Along with the Riverside girl, Guzman is accused of sexually assaulting two Corona girls -- an 11-year-old and a 12-year-old -- in separate attacks in 2008. None of the three victims ever positively identified him as the perpetrator.

In the 2011 attack, Guzman allegedly broke into a second-story apartment at the corner of Pike Street and Herman Drive, where Jessica was sleeping with her older brother and younger sister, according to trial testimony. The children's mother, a waitress, was working her shift at a nearby restaurant at the time.

Guzman carried away Jessica without awakening her siblings. After allegedly assaulting the girl and inflicting life-threatening injuries, he dumped her out of his pickup truck on Giles Court, about 2 1/2 miles from where the abduction occurred.

The disoriented, barely conscious child began randomly knocking on doors, prompting residents to call 911.

Guzman was identified by detectives as a suspect early because he had rented a room in the same apartment a few months earlier but was kicked out by the victim's mother.

DNA and fingerprint evidence connected the Mexican national to the crime, according to Deputy District Attorney Mike Carney.


Witness: Child Was Choked, Lost Consciousness During Assault

RIVERSIDE - A Riverside girl was choked into unconsciousness by an assailant who abducted her from her apartment, sexually assaulted her and left her on a street corner, according to a patrolman who testified today at the trial of the alleged attacker.

Riverside police Officer Anthony Watkins, who took the stand in the trial of Jose Rojas Guzman, was one of the first to encounter the 9-year-old girl after she was attacked on the night of May 7, 2011.

"She told me she woke up to somebody choking her and carrying her out of her apartment," Watkins testified of the youngster, identified in court only as Jessica. "She was put into a vehicle and told to be quiet."

According to the officer, the child was visibly traumatized when he spoke with her, and she had trouble articulating what had happened to her.

"She said she woke up in the vehicle but things started getting fuzzy and she blacked out again," Watkins said. "She told me, 'I got dumped here."'

Guzman, 32, could face life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted of attempted murder, kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault on a child, rape and multiple other sex-related felonies, as well as sentence- enhancing allegations of targeting multiple victims and committing a burglary to perpetrate a sexual offense.

Along with the Riverside girl, Guzman is accused of sexually assaulting two Corona girls -- an 11-year-old and a 12-year-old -- in separate attacks in 2008.

In other testimony today, a Corona police investigator said that during the attack on one of the victims in that city, the assailant snuck into her room and performed oral sex on her until she awoke and screamed.

None of the three victims ever positively identified Guzman as the perpetrator. The prosecution is basing its case largely on forensic evidence collected at each of the crime scenes.

On May 7, 2011, Guzman allegedly broke into a second-story apartment at the corner of Pike Street and Herman Drive, where Jessica was sleeping with her older brother and younger sister. The children's mother, a waitress, was working her shift at a nearby restaurant at the time.

Guzman allegedly tore the screen off a window and slipped into the unit, carrying away Jessica without awakening her siblings. After allegedly assaulting the girl and inflicting life-threatening injuries, Guzman allegedly dumped her out of his pickup truck on Giles Court, about 2 1/2 miles from where the abduction occurred.

The disoriented, barely conscious child began randomly knocking on doors, prompting residents to call 911.

Guzman was identified by detectives as a suspect early because he had rented a room in the same apartment a few months earlier but was kicked out by the victim's mother.

DNA and fingerprint evidence connected the Mexican national to the crime, according to Deputy District Attorney Mike Carney.

Soon after Guzman was arrested, investigators located the other two alleged victims. Police also seized a laptop computer in the defendant's possession which contained more than 1,000 images of children between 8 and 12 years striking "provocative poses," wearing lingerie and thongs, according to Riverside police Detective Daniel Flores.

RIVERSIDE - An illegal immigrant accused of kidnapping, sexually assaulting and trying to kill a 9-year-old Riverside girl and attacking two other young girls is a "living, breathing monster," a prosecutor said today, but a defense attorney countered that none of the alleged victims ever identified her client.

Jose Wilson Rojas Guzman, 32, could face life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted of attempted murder, kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault on a child, rape and multiple other sex-related felonies, as well as sentence-enhancing allegations of targeting multiple victims and committing a burglary Advertisement
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to perpetrate a sexual offense.

Riverside County Superior Court Judge Elisabeth Sichel swore in 15 jurors, including three back-ups, to hear evidence in what's expected to be about a weeklong trial for Guzman, who's being held without bail at the Robert Presley Jail in Riverside.

The defendant was arrested on May 16, 2011, in connection with an abduction-assault the week before involving a girl living at an apartment complex in the area of Pike Street and Herman Drive.

Guzman allegedly broke into a second-story residence and snatched a 9- year-old who was asleep in the same room as her older brother and younger sister. The children's mother, a waitress, was working her shift at a nearby restaurant at the time.

Guzman allegedly entered the apartment through an unlocked window and carried the girl off without awakening her siblings. After assaulting the girl and inflicting life-threatening injuries, Guzman allegedly dumped her out of his pickup truck on Giles Court, about 2 1/2 miles from where the abduction occurred.

The disoriented, barely conscious child began randomly knocking on doors, awakening residents, who called 911, according to police. She underwent surgery and has since recovered from her physical trauma.

Guzman was identified by detectives as a suspect early because he had rented a room in the same apartment a few months earlier but was kicked out by the victim's mother.

DNA and fingerprint evidence connected the Mexican national to the crime, according to Deputy District Attorney Mike Carney, who acknowledged that his case relies heavily on forensics.

Soon after Guzman was arrested, investigators located two other girls who alleged he attacked them in 2008.

In each case, the defendant was acquainted with the children and allegedly cornered them or carried them off, according to Carney.

One girl, who was 12 at the time, alleged Guzman held her at gunpoint and molested her, while the other girl, who was 11, told detectives the defendant choked her and sexually assaulted her, Carney said.

All of girls are slated to testify next week.


Prosecutor: Man Accused of Sexually Assaulting Girls a 'Monster'

RIVERSIDE - Jury selection is scheduled to get under way today at the trial of an illegal immigrant accused of kidnapping, sexually assaulting and trying to kill a 9-year-old Riverside girl and attacking two other young girls.

Jose Wilson Rojas Guzman, 31, could face life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted of attempted murder, kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault on a child, rape and multiple other sex-related felonies, as well as sentence-enhancing allegations of targeting multiple victims and committing a burglary to perpetrate a sexual offense.

Guzman remains held without bail at the Robert Presley Jail in Riverside.

Pretrial motions in the case began Friday and prospective jurors will likely be summoned today to the Riverside Hall of Justice for screening as to their qualifications and availability. Opening arguments in the case could begin by week's end.

The defendant was arrested on May 16, 2011, in connection with an abduction-assault the week before involving a girl living at an apartment complex in the area of Pike Street and Herman Drive.

According to police, Guzman allegedly broke into a second-story residence and snatched a 9-year-old who was asleep in the same room as her older brother and younger sister. The children's mother was waitressing at a nearby restaurant at the time.

Guzman entered the apartment through an unlocked window and carried the girl off without awakening her siblings, investigators said. After assaulting the girl and inflicting life-threatening injuries, Guzman dumped her out of his pickup truck on Giles Court, about 2 1/2 miles from where the abduction occurred, according to police.

The disoriented, barely conscious child began randomly knocking on doors, awakening residents, who called 911. She has since recovered from her physical trauma.

Guzman was identified by detectives as a suspect early because he had rented a room in the same apartment a few months earlier but was kicked out by the victim's mother, police said.

DNA and fingerprint evidence connected the Mexican national to the crime, according to Deputy District Attorney Mike Carney.

Soon after Guzman was arrested, investigators located two other girls who alleged he attacked them in 2008.

In each case, the defendant was acquainted with the children and allegedly cornered them or carried them off, according to Carney.

None of the victims have been publicly identified.

One girl, who was 12 at the time, alleged Guzman held her at gunpoint and molested her, Carney said. The other girl, who was 11, told detectives the defendant choked her and raped her. The child suffered extensive injuries and required surgery, according to the prosecutor.


Jury selection scheduled in trial of illegal immigrant accused of kidnapping, sexually assaulting 9-year-old girl

RIVERSIDE - A Sept. 10 trial date was confirmed today for an illegal immigrant accused of kidnapping, sexually assaulting and trying to kill a 9-year-old Riverside girl and attacking two other young girls.

Jose Wilson Rojas Guzman, 31, could face life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted of attempted murder, kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault on a child, rape and multiple other sex-related felonies, as well as sentence-enhancing allegations of targeting multiple victims and committing a burglary to perpetrate a sexual offense.

During a status hearing before Riverside County Superior Court Judge Becky Dugan, both the prosecution and defense said they would be prepared for trial during the second week of September.

Dugan scheduled pretrial motions to begin on Sept. 10 and jury selection for anytime between then and Sept. 20. Meanwhile, Guzman remains in custody held without bail at the Robert Presley Detention Center in Riverside.

The defendant was arrested on May 16, 2011, in connection with an abduction-assault the week before involving a girl living at an apartment complex in the area of Pike Street and Herman Drive.

Guzman allegedly broke into a second-story residence and snatched a 9- year-old who was asleep in the same room as her older brother and younger sister. The children's mother was working as a waitress at a nearby restaurant at the time, according to police.

Guzman allegedly accessed the apartment through an unlocked window and carried the girl off without awakening her siblings, investigators said.

After allegedly assaulting the girl and inflicting life-threatening injuries, Guzman dumped her out of his pickup truck on Giles Court, about 2 1/2 miles from where the abduction occurred, according to police. The disoriented, barely conscious child began randomly knocking on doors, awakening residents, who called 911. She has since recovered.

Guzman was identified by detectives as a suspect early because he had rented a room in the same apartment a few months earlier, but was kicked out by the victim's mother, police said.

DNA and fingerprint evidence connected the Mexican national to the crime, Deputy District Attorney Michael Carney alleged.

Soon after Guzman was arrested, investigators located two other girls who alleged he attacked them in 2008. In each case, the defendant was acquainted with the children and allegedly cornered them or carried them off, according to Carney.

None of the victims have been publicly identified.

One girl, who was 12 at the time, alleged Guzman held her at gunpoint and molested her, Carney said. The other girl, who was 11, told detectives the defendant allegedly choked her and raped her. The child suffered extensive injuries and required surgery, according to Carney.


Trial date set for illegal immigrant accused of kidnapping, sexually assaulting and tryingn to kill 9-year-old girl

RIVERSIDE - A trial date is expected to be confirmed today for an illegal immigrant accused of kidnapping, sexually assaulting and trying to kill a 9-year-old Riverside girl and attacking two other young girls.

Jose Wilson Rojas Guzman, 31, could face life in prison without the possibility of parole if convicted of attempted murder, kidnapping, aggravated sexual assault on a child, rape and multiple other sex-related felonies, as well as sentence-enhancing allegations of targeting multiple victims and committing a burglary to perpetrate a sexual offense.

Guzman remains held without bail at the Robert Presley Detention Center in Riverside.

The defendant was arrested on May 16, 2011, in connection with an abduction-assault the week before involving a girl living at an apartment complex in the area of Pike Street and Herman Drive.

According to police, Guzman allegedly broke into a second-story residence and snatched a 9-year-old who was asleep in the same room as her older brother and younger sister. The children's mother was working as a waitress at a nearby restaurant at the time.

Guzman allegedly accessed the apartment through an unlocked window and carried the girl off without awakening her siblings, investigators said.

After allegedly assaulting the girl and inflicting life-threatening injuries, Guzman dumped her out of his pickup truck on Giles Court, about 2 1/2 miles from where the abduction occurred, according to police. The disoriented, barely conscious child began randomly knocking on doors, awakening residents, who called 911. She has since recovered.

Guzman was identified by detectives as a suspect early because he had rented a room in the same apartment a few months earlier, but was kicked out by the victim's mother, police said.

DNA and fingerprint evidence connected the Mexican national to the crime, Deputy District Attorney Mike Carney alleged.

Soon after Guzman was arrested, investigators located two other girls who alleged he attacked them in 2008. In each case, the defendant was acquainted with the children and allegedly cornered them or carried them off, according to Carney.

None of the victims have been publicly identified.

One girl, who was 12 at the time, alleged Guzman held her at gunpoint and molested her, Carney said. The other girl, who was 11, told detectives the defendant allegedly choked her and raped her. The child suffered extensive injuries and required surgery, according to Carney.

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24 comments

Comment Profile Imagethanks Obama
Comment #1 | Monday, Aug 6, 2012 at 11:55 am
Lets give illegals amnesty and free college tuition so they can rape more little girls ..
Comment Profile Imagecricket23
Comment #2 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 5:12 am
Thank you Obama!

How's that "CHANGE" coming?


ICE Allowed the Release of 890 Imprisoned Deportable Aliens, Convicted of
Serious Crimes, Into U.S. in FY 2009

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

By Edwin Mora



(CNSNews.com) - Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) failed to identify
more than 800 criminal alien convicts eligible for deportation before they
were released from U.S. prisons, including "many" of "the most egregious
criminal aliens, who pose a significant pubic safety risk," according to a
report by the Inspector General for the Department of Homeland Security
(DHS).

According to the report, released on Feb. 4, ICE's Criminal Alien Program,
or CAP, "is responsible for identifying criminal aliens incarcerated in
federal, state, and local prisons and jails who are eligible for removal
from the United States."

In fiscal year 2009, CAP failed to identify 890 criminal aliens eligible for
removal from the United States, according to the report. These criminals had
been incarcerated in facilities in Texas and California and were released
back into U.S. society.

A criminal alien eligible for removal is a person who is in the United
States illegally and is subsequently convicted of a crime or was a legal
permanent residents convicted of a removable offense, such as murder and
other felonies.



http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/ice-let-890-incarcerated-criminal-aliens
Comment Profile ImageWilby
Comment #3 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 8:03 am
Absolutely disgusting. Why? Why are we allowing illegals to roam free in the country? I'm moving to Arizona. At least they are trying to do something about this attack on our country.
Comment Profile ImageMe and Mine
Comment #4 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 10:03 am
I don't like what he did for the fist-pumping BRATS sitting on the curbs and streets, blocking an intersection ... they should ALL BE DEPORTED! Every last one...The BRATS were born here, too bad! Go back to Mexico with your border runnning parents. Work and live where you belong and that's in MEXICO!

Obama said it was "the right thing to do" ... FOR WHO? Obama made a mistake!

And, FREE college .... absolutely NOT! Where was MY free college? Oh, I forgot, I'm a citizen and white at that!
Comment Profile Imagenone
Comment #5 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 12:00 pm
Dreamer gone bad...
Comment Profile ImageSam
Comment #6 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 4:46 pm
I am sure he will be freed soon in order to vote for Obummer.
Comment Profile Imagecelafave
Comment #7 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 4:55 pm
wow..just wow. It is no longer about race or immigration..its about allowing people to come over here, do what they want..and not give a crap about the citizens who are here. I plan on voting for Romney this year. Whose with me?
Comment Profile Imagete ayudo?
Comment #8 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 6:46 pm
Let me help you Wilby, so you can get outta here quicker! :) Do you want to take Me and Mine with you? It would make my illegal life much cozier here in IE not having avoid people like you during my relaxing drives around town with no insurance.
Comment Profile ImageAN American
Comment #9 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 6:52 pm
Its called liberalism !
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Comment Profile ImageAn American
Comment #10 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 6:54 pm
Ok, my first coment was unapproved, apparently because free speech about liberalism is being censored !
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Comment Profile ImageAn American
Comment #11 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 6:55 pm
L I B E R A L I S M !
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Comment Profile ImageAn American
Comment #12 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 6:57 pm
Apparently my comments dont go with the guidelines established by this site !
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Comment Profile ImageAn American
Comment #13 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 6:58 pm
Can this site at lest admitt to supporting b Husein Obama ?
Comment Profile ImageObama is responsible
Comment #14 | Tuesday, Aug 7, 2012 at 7:05 pm
His limp-wristed immigration policy makes it easy for this to happen.
Comment Profile Imagemikie
Comment #15 | Wednesday, Aug 8, 2012 at 4:51 am
Why is he still breathing?
Comment Profile ImageObserver m
Comment #16 | Wednesday, Aug 8, 2012 at 7:02 am
Yeah illegals commit crimes and shouldnt be here but they are not the only ones commiting violent crimes. So look at the big picture america and stop pointing fingers.
Comment Profile ImagePreston
Comment #17 | Tuesday, Jan 22, 2013 at 8:46 am
The only guilty party to point the finger at is "We the People", not Government.
If you don't like the liberal approach we take to everything in this country, Vote to change the Government.
Comment Profile ImageWhitefawnf
Comment #18 | Thursday, Jan 24, 2013 at 8:44 pm
I as a long time ago victim, say death, especially to this scum.
And to all others, who are proven to be a rapeist. I pray for these
young GIRLS, TO STAND TALL, AND TALK, about it in court.
This will help them, as well as maybe { OTHER YOUNG GIRLS }
WILL BE HELPED. For their protection, and what actions they can ,
do to protect themselves, if they get a chance.
These jerks need to be taken off the streets, homes for good.
AND they have to understand, its { NOT THEIR FAULT }.
Comment Profile ImagePreston
Comment #19 | Friday, Jan 25, 2013 at 8:24 am
This in not a problem of Nationality,
It is not a problem of Race,
It is not a problem of Political Affiliation,
It is an illness that "We the People" fail to deal with appropriately.
Sexual Predators need to be removed form society and permanently incarcerated.
Trying to rehabilitate them only opens the door that they will re-offend.
You can blame illegals, Obama, our immigration policy or the judicial system all you want but until "We the People" understand we are to blame, stand up and demand we take a different course of action we will continue to live among these predators that prey on our children.
Comment Profile ImageMom of lots
Comment #20 | Saturday, Jan 26, 2013 at 12:15 am
If DNA is connecting him to the crime he is being charged with, how can this defense attorney say that none of the "alleged victims ever identified her client". DNA speaks for itself and no longer requires any person to make an identification! How can this woman defend such crimes knowing full well DNA and fingerprints have matched him to the crimes?! Makes me shudder.
Comment Profile ImageReality Checker
Comment #21 | Tuesday, Jan 29, 2013 at 10:14 am
Mom of Lots, I'm thinking all that means is the victims themselves either couldn't tell what he looked like, couldn't pick him out of either a real or photo line up, or were too scared to. Maybe he never showed his face, or he covered his face, or, well there could be a lot of reasons the victims couldn't or wouldn't say what he looked like. Thank goodness for DNA technology :).
Comment Profile Imagekik
Comment #22 | Tuesday, Jan 29, 2013 at 5:22 pm
OK PEOPLE NOT ALL ILLEGALS ARE THE SAME!!! I UNDERSTAND WHAT HE DID AND HE SHOULD PAY THE PRICE....BUT ALL U GUYS ARE BLAMING ILLEGALS AS IF ALL OF THEM WERE THE SAME
Comment Profile ImageReality Checker
Comment #23 | Wednesday, Jan 30, 2013 at 7:15 am
@kik,
The way I read it, they aren't blaming illegals as if they were all the same. Nowhere close to it, even. They are just venting frustration over the perception and belief that this scum will get off easier than most because he is of a desired political class of people. The fear is he will get special treatment because of his illegal status. Democrats in the state and federal government want the Hispanic vote badly, and most people believe the politicians will stop at nothing to get them. Even letting this monster off easy, if they need to in order to do it.
Comment Profile Image3 year home owner in Fallbrook.
Comment #24 | Thursday, Jan 31, 2013 at 10:41 am
This man is not very old and already seems "Unfixable"! Why would anyone let him hurt more children? Dear God, don't let him out, EVER !!!!! You know he will do the same things again and again!

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