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Illegal Immigrant Charged With Murder of Mollie Tibbetts

Illegal Immigrant Charged With Murder of Mollie Tibbetts

The man was here in the states between four and seven years.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsPRGt72deM

University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbets went missing more than a month ago. The police discovered her body today and charged an illegal immigrant with first degree murder. From The Daily Caller:

Cristhian Bahena Rivera, 24, was charged with murder. He had resided in the area for four to seven years, officials said. He led investigators to the body’s location after confirming that he interacted with her while she was running and she felt threatened by him. Rivera said he “blacked out” at some point during their interaction, officials said.

Her body was found covered with corn stalks in a farm field near the small rural town of Brooklyn, Iowa.

Video surveillance helped the police “determine the suspect” and he led them to Mollie’s body.

The suspect told authorities he “followed Tibbetts on July 18 and then abducted her.” She was last seen jogging in the small community. From Fox News:

For the last month, investigators followed “hundreds” of leads — interviewing several hundred people and canvassing a nearby hog farm, cornfields and other properties for traces of the college student. Two items Tibbetts typically took with her — a Fitbit and cellphone — remained missing.

Investigators announced last week they were focusing the search on five locations in and around Brooklyn, which included a car wash just a block away from the city’s main commercial strip and a TA truck stop next to Interstate-80, which runs across the entirety of Iowa.

Brooklyn, a town of just 1,400 people, was shaken by Tibbetts’ disappearance. Blake Jack, the brother of Tibbetts’ boyfriend, told Fox News on Aug. 8 there was no sign of a struggle at the Brooklyn home she was staying in at the time.

Dalton, Tibbetts’ boyfriend of two years, said he believed the doors of the home where his girlfriend last stayed had been left unlocked.

“It’s Brooklyn. You don’t lock your doors,” Dalton told Fox News. “We lock our doors now. Every night.”

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Mollie’s Law.

Where is that wall you promised us, President Trump?

    Tom Servo in reply to Fen. | August 21, 2018 at 6:07 pm

    Shouldn’t that question be directed to Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell?

    Well, we can guarantee that this story will disapear from any MSM outlets within 24 hours. They really had their hopes up that they could pin this on some old white guy; they tried. Remember that poor farmer they kept harassing, who we now know had nothing at all to do with us? Just one more story to be shoved down the memory hole.

      “Shouldn’t that question be directed to Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell?”

      No, I expect Ryan and McConnell to weasel out of it. I also expect Trump to drag them kicking and screaming to funding and building the wall he promised to build.

      It may be Marine Corps culture – if you see someone doing something wrong, and you don’t correct them, you are just as guilty as they are. Likewise, passive leadership is not excusable. I’ve seen Marine Officers punished for inaction, and even things done under their command that they were not aware of.

      For example, we had a section of LAV-25s in 29 Palms head out to a range where we routinely practice maneuver drills. They decided it would be prudent to cross-train infantry (0311) as LAV drivers (0313) in case actual drivers were disabled in combat. An embankment collapsed, rolling the vehicle and killing the turret gunner. Really wasn’t the fault of the trainee or section leader, and no one above the section leader was even aware he had greenlighted cross-training.

      The section leader, platoon sergeant, platoon commander and company commander were all relieved of command. Effectively ending their military career.

      The buck stops with Trump. I’m only harsh with him because I have faith in him. Ryan and McConnell I wrote off some time ago.

        Tom Servo in reply to Fen. | August 22, 2018 at 12:19 pm

        To take a page from the USMC culture, imagine this scenario – you are in charge of getting a project done, but it has to be done by civilian contractors who do not answer directly to you. Also, you have no say in the hiring and firing of those civilian contractors. Also, if you annoy them too much, THEY might have the ability to gang up on you and remove you from your position, just out of spite, since you already know they don’t like you.

        How would you proceed? That is the position Trump finds himself in, with respect to the wall, Congress being the civilian contractors who he has no actual control over.

          billprep in reply to Tom Servo. | August 22, 2018 at 6:06 pm

          I’d take my case to the civ contractor’s employers…

          or…gofundmes seem to be all the rage these days…I bet that wall would get funded right quick…

        Bisley in reply to Fen. | August 22, 2018 at 8:57 pm

        It isn’t just Ryan and McConnell — it’s the leadership establishment of the Republican Party, of which they are more representatives than principals. The people who control the party organization and money (and those who supply the money) set the agenda. They have their own goals, which have little in common with what Trump, or Republican voters want — and they fear and despise Trump as a threat to the system that gives them power.

        Trump could probably take out congressional party leaders, if he made a real effort to do it — but they would be replaced by more of the same. He would have to break the power of the GOP hierarchy to get much of anything out of Congress — and even if he understands this to be his problem, it’s probably beyond his ability. Reagan had the same problem, ad he couldn’t overcome it.

    You are asking the wrong person. The GOPe and the Democrats have blocked it, again and again.

theduchessofkitty | August 21, 2018 at 5:48 pm

The missing Fitbit and smartphone are key here. I believe he caught, attacked, raped and then murdered her. Motive, motive, motive.

Fuck motive

High him high

DieJustAsHappy | August 21, 2018 at 6:03 pm

Our worst fears realized. Another daughter. Another illegal. Another murder. Another family grief-stricken. Another community shaken to its core. We certainly are praying for the repose of Mollie Tibbetts, as well for the comfort and consolation of her family, relatives, friends, and in a particular for the students of the University of Iowa. The Lord giveth. The Lord taketh away. Blessed be the name of the Lord.

Even as we do so, we as well ask, “How long? How long are our leaders going to continue to fail us? How many more lives will it take before they will cut the crap and get down to business on this matter of illegal immigration?” We wonder whether they are content, as it seems, to support a larger agenda, which they seem to be doing in many countries of Europe, that is held more important then the safety and well of their citizens, in particular their daughters. How long? Indeed, how long?

    Tom Servo in reply to DieJustAsHappy. | August 21, 2018 at 6:10 pm

    It’s also the MSM’s and democrats worst fears realized. They’re saying to themselves “Oh hell it was an illegal! How quickly can we bury this story completely???”

    The Trayvon case can be talked about for years and years and years, but after 24 hours you will never hear a word from them about this case again.

      Fordham prof Greer on MSM saying Mollie Tibbetts was “just some girl from Iowa”, trying to say the MSM needs to focus on Manaford/Cohen:
      Her non-apology apology today:

      Yesterday I said something flippant that was unintended. Mollie Tibbets was a promising young woman who lost her life. My hope is that her family will find peace & justice and that her murder is not used to justify a discriminatory immigration policy. #Apologiesaremyown.

      Once again, keeping it political and defending illegal immigration.

    They don’t care “how many more lives”, poking Trump in the eye is their only concern

Word… consolation to her family, how awaful, just awful

As a mother of a young woman that would not listen to me about jogging with headphones on, often at night, I know she hears me now with HER daughter

“discovered her body today and charged an illegal immigrant with first degree murder”

Watch how quickly Mollie disappears from the MSM. Now if her accused murderer were a 45-year old, white CPA, church deacon, with a family, all living in a white fence-picketed house, well, it’d be a whole different story.

Gee
He’s a dreamer…

I’ve yet to hear any word of any immigration status in the local news reports. Wonder why?

Ah….

1) “If these people can come out of the shadows this will not happen”
2) He was fearful of ICE.
3) Toxic masculinity
4) A reason for comprehensive immigration
5) We must put this tragedy behind us and work for the future
6) It’s Trump’s fault
7) It’s Trump’s fault

This is the real cost of illegal immigration. A price borne by US citizens and families for votes for Dems and cheap labor for RINOs.

“The man was here in the states between four and seven years.”

I guess Mollie wasn’t a ‘dreamer.’ Obama’s callous legacy strikes again.

His big mistake was to not drive all night to San Francisco where he would be a free man! The libs there do not care a whit about fairness or your family. They only care about getting back at Trump. This guy is another DACA success story!

NOT ‘illegal immigrant’ it’s Illegal Alien..

as a legal blog are you not aware that becoming a criminal including illegal entry precludes from ever being an immigrant (legal) ??

legal immigrant or illegal alien that’s the Federal Law

    Milhouse in reply to mathewsjw. | August 22, 2018 at 3:00 am

    An immigrant is someone who has immigrated. It makes no difference whether they did so legally or illegally. Next you’ll be telling us that an unlicensed driver is not a driver.

      RedEchos in reply to Milhouse. | August 22, 2018 at 11:16 pm

      Wouldn’t that make them an illegal driver?

      Arminius in reply to Milhouse. | August 23, 2018 at 1:09 pm

      Wrong again, Milhouse. In America an immigrant is someone who has an immigrant visa. A legal alien is someone who has a non-immigrant visa.

      https://www.irs.gov/individuals/international-taxpayers/taxation-of-aliens-by-visa-type-and-immigration-status

      A non-immigrant alien may change their immigration status and become an immigrant, and in the case of legal aliens here on student visas, especially, I wish we would change the laws to make it easier to do so. It should sicken all of us that countries like Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand, etc., have booths at job fairs for graduates in the STEM studies at colleges and universities like MIT whose student visas will expire and they have no prayer of getting an immigrant visa to stay here.

      It would be an oxymoron to call non-immigrant aliens non-immigrant immigrants. Since these non-immigrant aliens who had the decency to come here legally, there is no way in hell I am going to dignify the presence of those aliens who came here illegally with the term “immigrant.” They are illegal aliens, period, full stop. They are not illegal immigrants because that combination of words is an oxymoron. If they’re immigrants they are by definition legal. If they are illegal then by definition they are not immigrants. They are not undocumented immigrants as immigrants gave documents. Illegals have plenty of documents, all fraudulent.

      These terms are defined and are in our legal codes for a reason, Milhouse. No amount of infantile attempts at inane analogies will change that.

      Learn it. Live it. Love it.

      Looking forward to you vomiting forth a multitude of word salads in your future attempts to make it look like you made an intelligent point on the subject.

      Arminius in reply to Milhouse. | August 23, 2018 at 1:18 pm

      I should have been more precise. A non-immigrant visa holder is another class of legal alien. Immigrants are also legal aliens.

      https://www.uscis.gov/tools/glossary/resident-alien

      Illegal aliens may wish to impose some supposed immigrant status upon us but our laws and our language do not allow for that. They are just f***ing illegal.

    thalesofmiletus in reply to mathewsjw. | August 22, 2018 at 10:30 pm

    Just call them what they really are: invaders.

CRIMINAL ILLEGAL ALIEN, HANG him now, BUILD THE DAMN WALL, NOW!!

Here is a Web site listing just a few of the many horrors illegal alien invaders commit against USA citizens:

http://www.illegalaliencrimereport.com/

“It’s Brooklyn. You don’t lock your doors,” Dalton told Fox News. “We lock our doors now. Every night.”
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Welcome to the the New World Order. Your “no borders” globalist masters don’t give a f*ck about your safety.

End DACA,begin Deportations and Build The Wall !

The Friendly Grizzly | August 22, 2018 at 11:23 am

Regarding the article headline: it should be illegal alien.

    Correct. If someone is an immigrant, that someone is by definition here legally. If someone is present in the United States illegally, that someone is by definition not an immigrant.

    Please, Mary, stop using the AP style guide or whatever. And tell your fellow commentators.

thalesofmiletus | August 22, 2018 at 12:49 pm

This murderer should be hanged by the neck until dead, his corpse catapulted back over the southern border. However, I have little sympathy for Little Miss “I hate white people.” After all, who am I to second-guess obvious Karma? Moreover, where is the father? What kind of man lets his daughter behave in such a disrespectful manner? If he doesn’t respect his own daughter enough to control her behavior, why should anyone else respect her?

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