Three nonwhites who entered the US illegally in 2013 as “unaccompanied minors” have been arrested in connection with a series of brutal MS-13 gang murders in the Washington DC area.
The three “minors”—who all skipped immigration hearings—were arrested after taking part in the gangland shooting of a seventeen-year-old in Loudoun County, Virginia.
The arrests are the latest in a series of at least eight murders in the US capital linked to the Latin American MS-13 gang.
According to the Washington Times, the “uptick in violence can be traced to a failed gang truce in El Salvador” (an indication of how far the nonwhite invasion affects America) and “to a surge of unaccompanied Central American children who entered the United States.”
The paper went on to quote Fairfax County gang prevention coordinator Ed Ryan and other “analysts in gang intervention” as saying that “scores of recently arrived Central American children make prime recruiting targets for established gangs.”
“They are certainly susceptible. They are new, they have very little family, they don’t know the language very well,” said Ryan, making the usual liberal excuses for brutal Third World criminal behavior. “They are looking for someone who looks like them, talks like them.”
Years of illegal immigration—encouraged and supported by both Republican and Democratic parties, Congress and various presidents—have resulted in a large number of Latin American gangs taking up residence in the US.
It is to these groups that the criminal “unaccompanied minors” now look up as people who “look” and “talk” like them.
* The three “unaccompanied minors” will go on trial this week as part of one of the largest court cases involving the MS-13 members in Northern Virginia, with thirteen nonwhites facing charges related to three gruesome killings and a number of attempted murders.
The federal indictment states that East Coast MS-13 leaders held a regional summit in December in Richmond, Virginia, where they “told the leaders that their cliques needed to be more active in killing rival gang members.”
“The activities of many of the MS-13 members in the United States are reflective of the current state of the gang in El Salvador,” Andrew Ames, a spokesman for the FBI’s Washington field office, said in a statement on the gang’s activity in the region.
“In the past few years in El Salvador, there has been an increase in gang-related violence and criminal activities overseas.”
Documents filed by prosecutors include crime scene photos from the three homicides which show “severed body parts.” The MS-13 gang is infamous for chopping up its victims alive with machetes and axes.