August NCFIRE Report: 21 Illegal Aliens, 61 Acts of Child Rape/Sexual Assault

RALEIGH – Last month the North Carolina General Assembly passed legislation that would have required local law enforcement to cooperate with ICE detention requests. In simple terms, sheriffs departments would, instead of releasing on bail known illegal aliens who were arrested on serious charges, make sure to detain them for a day or two so ICE can pick them up and ship them out. Governor Roy Cooper vetoed the bill upon arrival to his desk.

Meanwhile, that month North Carolina saw 21 illegal aliens charged with 61 acts of child rape or child sexual assault. With some law enforcement in some counties knowingly releasing illegal aliens they’ve been asked to detain back into their communities, it begs the question; could any of those crimes have been prevented by honoring a detention request?

Guys like Roberto Martinez Del-Pilar arrested in June in Hickory for the statutory rape of a girl under 15, whose rap sheet shows an ICE detainer.

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Catawba County is likely inclined to honor that detainer and get Mr. Del-Pilar the hell out of Hickory, as most county sheriffs would be. Speaking with a North Carolina sheriff recently, he told this author that the “overwhelming majority” of sheriffs across our 100 counties agree with and support cooperating with all ICE detainers and getting illegal aliens arrested for crimes out oft heir communities.

However, sheriffs in some of North Carolina’s largest counties are decidedly not inclined to cooperate, and routinely turn down opportunities to hold on to detained illegal aliens and criminal suspects for deportation. Wake County and Mecklenburg County being so populous means just because the non-cooperation view is a minority one in law enforcement, doesn’t it has a small impact.

Will Wake County’s Sanctuary Sheriff cooperate in deporting Fernando Valdez, an illegal alien featured in the August NCFIRE report who broke into a Raleigh home to rape a nine year old girl? It’s a shame we even have to ask.  The girl’s screams alerted her father to a man in her bed, who stopped the attempted rape. Hence, Fernando’s condition (He’s honestly lucky to be alive).

This entire news article from CBC’s flagship WRAL , which says the girl’s father “got into an altercation with Valdez,” never even mentions that Valdez is an illegal alien. Maybe they never thought to ask? Or maybe Wake County just doesn’t proffer that information? Regardless, neither of them really want to acknowledge what is patently obvious: FERNANDO VALDEZ SNEAKED INTO THIS COUNTRY ILLEGALLY.

Because that would require a logical progression of thoughts, such as, ‘Is there any simple, available thing we can do to mitigate our nine year olds being raped by illegal aliens at least?’

Actually, yes. It was called House Bill 370, and Governor Cooper vetoed it.

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