The full extent of the nonwhite invasion of America has become apparent with the admission by the US Department of Justice (DOJ) that Central American criminal gangs are engaged in bloody warfare just 30 minutes from the White House and the nation’s Capitol.
The admission was made in a DOJ press release dealing with recent convictions of a number of Salvadorian MS-13 gang members for violent crimes in the area.
Illegal invaders demonstrate outside the US Capitol for their “rights.”
According to the press statement, Salvadorians Jorge Enrique Moreno-Aguilar, aka Flaco and Castigato, 22, of District Heights, Maryland; Juan Alberto Ortiz-Orellana, aka Chele and Furia, 27, also of District Heights; and Minor Perez-Chach, aka Minor Chach-Perez, Little Bad, and Bryant Sacarias, 25, of Hyattsville, Maryland, were convicted by a federal jury sitting in the US District Court for the District of Maryland last week.
All three—present in the US illegally after crossing the border with Mexico—were found guilty of conspiracy to participate in a racketeering enterprise and murder in aid of racketeering.
Moreno-Aguilar and Ortiz-Orellana were convicted of conspiracy to commit murder in aid of racketeering, and Ortiz-Orellana and Chach-Perez were also convicted on various related firearms charges.
In addition to these convictions, eight of another 13 defendants charged in the same investigation have pleaded guilty to their roles in the racketeering conspiracy.
According to the DOJ statement, “MS-13 is a national and transnational gang composed primarily of immigrants or descendants from El Salvador.”
The DOJ went on to add that MS-13 is now “one of the largest street gangs in the United States, operate throughout Prince George’s County, Montgomery County, and Frederick County, Maryland.”
Those counties surround Washington DC. The Maryland cities of Hyattsville and Capitol Heights, where many of the victims were stabbed and shot, are located within a 30-minute drive of both the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s headquarters in Washington DC, and the White House.
The DOJ statement went on to describe the “conduct” of these nonwhite invader gang members in detail:
“MS-13 members are required to commit acts of violence to maintain membership and discipline within the gang. One of the principal rules of MS-13 is that its members must attack and kill rivals, known as ‘chavalas,’ whenever possible.”
The DOJ said evidence presented at the trial showed that MS-13 members planned and committed murders, attempted murders, and committed assaults and robberies in Prince George’s, Montgomery, and Frederick counties.
Gang members also extorted brothel operators and owners of other illegal businesses and tampered with and retaliated against witnesses, among other crimes.
* A US Immigration and Customs Enforcement official later confirmed that all three MS-13 gang members named in the DOJ released were subject to “detainers”—orders placed by the ICE on any person wanted for deportation as illegally present in the US.