Post by Graveyardbride on Mar 3, 2017 10:14:06 GMT -5
Illegal Aliens Sacrifice Woman to the ‘Beast’
She was a sacrificial offering to the “Beast.” Dumped on a southwest Houston street, the young woman known only as “Genesis” was murdered in a Satanic ritual by two members (above) of the violent MS-13 Salvadoran gang after she disrespected their shrine to Satan, prosecutors said Thursday in court.
The men, Miguel Alvarez-Flores, 22, also known as “Diabolico,” and Diego Hernandez-Rivera, 18, have also been charged with kidnaping and abusing a 14-year-old girl. The teenager told police she ran away from school and ended up being held against her will at two different apartments in Houston for 18 days where she was drugged, tortured and raped. The court heard how at one point during the ordeal, Alvarez tattooed an image of the grim reaper on the girl’s lower leg. The woman who was killed was also held against her will at the apartment, the teen said.
According to the girl, Alvarez presented the Satanic statue a cigarette as an offering before declaring that the “Beast” demanded a soul sacrifice. When she awakened the next day, the prosecutor said, “Genesis was gone.” The chilling allegation is at the center of a still-unfolding case. Alvarez and Hernandez are being held on $300,000 bail. The two men – both of whom are living in the U.S. illegally – have been charged with murder in the death of Genesis and with kidnaping and abusing the teenage witness. Officials are asking for the public’s help in identifying the dead woman, who is believed to have been in her late teens or early 20s.
Alvarez told police he was the leader of a local set of the infamous Salvadoran gang MS-13, which originated in Los Angeles and is known to be involved in drug-smuggling, human trafficking and contract killings. He is accused of directing Hernandez to kill Genesis, who was shot in the face and chest and whose body was found lying along the curb in the 9900 block of Sharpcrest Street February 16.
Thirteen illegal alien members of MS-13 have been indicted in Long Island, New York, for seven murders, racketeering, attempted murder, assault, obstruction of justice and arson. Two of the victims, Nisa Mickens, 15, and Kayla Cuevas, 16, who attended Brentwood High School and had no affiliation with the gang, were beaten with baseball bats and hacked with machetes September 12, 2016. Their bodies were found days later.
Sources: Brian Rogers, The Houston Chronicle, March 2, 2017, and Shawn Cohen, Emily Saul and Bruce Golding, The New York Post, March 2, 2017.