It’s time these savages were treated as organized crime and mercilessly crushed by law enforcement. Of course the noble defenders of “civil liberties” care more about these animals than they do Americans, so we’re sure there’ll be a “resistance” to enforcing the law.
Police in New York say three members of the MS-13 gang, all illegal immigrants, have been charged with attempted murder.
Brothers Fidel Hernandez, 23, and Jose Hernandez, 26, and 18-year-old Miguel Urias Arguenta face attempted murder charges in a Sunday machete attack in Westbury, New York.
Nassau County police said the attack took place shortly after 1am, after the Hernandez brothers got into a dispute with a 19-year-old.
Fidel Hernandez swung a machete at him, grazing his stomach, and Jose Fernandez fired a 9mm handgun at him before all three ran away, police said.
The Hernandez brothers are also accused in a separate machete attack on January 15, which left a 19-year-old man with a gash to his face.
‘All three have demonstrated that they are extremely dangerous people,’ Nassau Police Chief of Department Kevin Smith said at a press conference on Wednesday.
Smith said the Hernandez brothers are illegal immigrants from El Salvador, and that Arguenta, also from El Salvador, entered the US illegally as an undocumented minor.
In the past six months, MS-13 has been linked to 11 corpses found in Brentwood and Central Islip, about 20 miles from the Sunday machete attack.
The transnational gang has established a terrifying stronghold on suburban Long Island, drawing the attention of the nation.
Experts say the violent street gang preys upon children who entered the country as unaccompanied minors and received placement on Long Island, inducting them into their gang with threats and coercion.
Last week, Attorney General Jeff Sessions vowed to ‘demolish’ MS-13 in a speech on Long Island.
The speech drew protests from those who believe the Trump administration’s immigration policy is too harsh.
Sure, his immigration policy, which is exactly the same as Obama’s, is “too harsh,” while chopping up kids with machetes is just a local crime story, or something.