DAILYKENN.com -- Ever wonder why Donald Trump refers to MS-13 members as animals?
Consider 19-year-old Miguel Lopez-Abrego. He was charged in November of decapitating a man in a park near the nation's capitol before cutting out the victim's heart. The man was stabbed about 100 times.
What animal would do that?
Democrats welcome San Salvadorian aliens claiming they are fleeing violence in their home country. In fact the Democrats are importing those committing the violence.
Democrats welcome illegal aliens posing as refugees because they make babies who are eligible to vote when they turn 18.
From telegraph.co.uk ▼
Police in Maryland have charged an El Salvadorean gang member with murder after a man was lured to a park on the outskirts of Washington DC, stabbed 100 times and decapitated before having his heart cut out.
Miguel Lopez-Abrego, 19, was arrested earlier this month and charged with murder, documents revealed on Wednesday.
His indictment is the latest in a government crackdown on the notoriously violent MS-13 gang, initiated by President Donald Trump who promised to round up members and deport them.
Prosecutors accuse Lopez-Abrego of luring an unidentified man to Wheaton Regional Park, 10 miles north of the Capital, in the spring.
An informant claimed to police that Lopez-Abrego helped dig a grave for the victim and used a walkie-talkie to tell the other gang members when the victim had arrived.
Then the gang members choked him, stabbed him more than 100 times, decapitated him and dismembered him, the informant claimed. They ripped his heart from his chest and threw it into the grave they dug for him.
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