Skip to comments.Man, 35, charged with statutory rape after girl, 14, gives birth
Posted on 03/13/2012 4:09:54 PM PDT by moonshinner_09
A 35-year-old south Charlotte man has been charged with statutory rape after a 14-year-old girl gave birth to his child this weekend, according to police. Jail officials say Juan Martinez Hernandez, who is believed to be in the country illegally, has run afoul of police and immigration agents before, following a 2010 drunken driving arrest. Its unclear what became of Hernandez between his release to immigration agents in 2010 and the rape charges on Sunday. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials couldnt be reached for comment Monday. On Sunday, the 14-year-old gave birth to a baby in the bathroom of an apartment off Mont Carmel Lane near East Arrowood Road. Her family called 911, and the responding paramedics asked police for assistance. The girl told police the babys father was a man who lived in the neighborhood, and Charlotte-Mecklenburg police found and interviewed Juan Martinez Hernandez. Hernandez admitted to engaging in sexual intercourse with the victim on several occasions, according to a police report.
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Guilty. I don't care what he looks like.
Let's guess, huh?
All 50,000 of them were playing golf.
IBTD-S —In Before The Double-Standard......too late.
Its unclear what became of Hernandez between his release to immigration agents in 2010......................................... Probably keeping busy getting people to register to vote for Obama?
Yeah he’s probably an SEIU member.
And per the story, doing his best to father the next generation of anchor babies.
(CNSNews.com) Despite testimony from a man whose brother was killed by an illegal alien who was driving drunk and had five previous DWI arrests, Democrats spoke out against legislation that would allow arresting officers to check the legal status of aliens and transfer confirmed illegal immigrants into federal custody.
Wednesdays hearing of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration Policy and Enforcement focused on the Scott Gardner Act, sponsored by Rep. Sue Myrick (R-N.C.), who testified on the first panel.
The bill is named after a University of North Carolina student, Scott Gardner, who was run over by Jorge Humberto Hernandez-Soto, an illegal alien who was driving drunk and who had been returned to Mexico 17 times before he killed the young college student, according to a 2005 article about the incident in the Charlotte Observer.
By directing state officers to treat people differently based upon their perceived alienage, the bill would essentially become a national version of the Arizona and Alabama immigration laws, inviting widespread racial profiling and discrimination in violation of the Constitution, Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.), the ranking Democratic member, said at Wednesdays hearing.
In support of her argument, Lofgren cited a Supreme Court ruling against a provision of the Brady Act, which required state officers to perform a federal background check on prospective gun buyers.
Some memebers of Congress are clueless—Scott Gardner Act
The age of consent in Mexico is 14. It is common for 40 year old men to bang 14 year old girls. This guy probably thinks “What is the big deal? I didn’t know she was 13 and a half. I swear she looks like she is 14.” If this happened in Los Angeles the police chief and D.A. would ignore it.
Illegal aliens - just doing the statutory raping Americans won’t do.
guilty and he should be booted out of the plane over his home country at 30,000 feet
Imagine if it was a 35 y/o dark haired buxom sinyorita ......
I prefer the trebouchet at the border.
14 will get you 20.
.... we could charge admission to see that!
Maybe in the old days. My guess is the guy gets deported and is back in the states in six months.
What the F? Talk about spelling words as they sound to you? The word, sir or madam, is "senorita."
You missed the message in the spelling, apparantly.
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