Suspected MS-13 gang member breaks into apartment, rapes 11-year-old NYC girl while she’s sleeping

A suspected MS-13 gang member allegedly broke into a Bronx apartment and raped an 11-year-old girl while she was sleeping in her bedroom, the New York Post reported.

When did this happen?

The crime happened around 11:30 p.m. Wednesday in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, police told the news outlet. The suspect was identified as El Salvadoran immigrant Julio Cesar Ayala, 18, who lives nearby. Ayala allegedly climbed onto the roof of the girl’s apartment building, pushed aside an air conditioning unit in a window and crawled in through the opening, according to police.

Then he raped the girl in her own bed.

Ayala allegedly rushed back through the opening as the girl screamed for her mother. The mother called 911 but was unable to get a good look at her daughter’s attacker, according to the report.

Police hunted him down by using images captured by video surveillance cameras.

A total of about 30 officers from the NYPD Emergency Service Unit and the 70th Precinct found Ayala at his hideout located in an under-construction three-story building at 930 Flatbush Avenue.

According to the New York Post’s account, Ayala was a “scrawny, hunched man,” wearing “filthy black jeans and a red T-shirt.”

Ayala had a federal permanent resident card, also known as a Green Card, as his only identification, according to the report.

Police told the New York Post that Ayala is believed to be a member of the MS-13 gang. President Donald Trump has made a case for tightening the U.S. borders in an effort to help stop the violent gang members from filtering into the country.

Was he arrested?

As Ayala was hauled off in handcuffs, a round of cheers and taunts were heard from a group of onlookers, according to the report. Some of them applauded and took cell phone photos of him.

“They got him!” one of the onlookers yelled.

Ayala was charged Saturday night with sexually-motivated burglary and first-degree rape, according to the report. He reportedly has no prior criminal record.

Residents in the well-kept neighborhood of two- and three-story homes were shocked to hear about the crime, the report states.

“That makes me feel unsafe in my own home,”Elizabeth Bardourilla, 42, a mental-health counselor, told the news outlet. “That child can’t help herself. For a grown man to do that. Sick. Very sick. This is sad. Just sad.”

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‘New York Post’ Cover Mocks Trump-Bashing Meghan McCain as ‘The Meg’

The New York Post mocked Meghan McCain as “The Meg” on its Sunday cover after she used the opportunity of her father’s funeral to attack  President Trump.

“The Meg” is a reference to a plus-sized shark in the late-summer hit movie The Meg, starring Jason Staham.

The New York Post cover is just one part of a brewing backlash against McCain and the overall funeral service for Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), which turned into an unseemly partisan rally Saturday with speakers like former Presidents Barack Obama and even George W. Bush trashing President Trump, who Sen. McCain refused to invite to his own funeral.

What made this shocking display all the more crass was that Trump’s daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared were invited to the funeral and were forced to sit there and be humiliated, which might have been the plan. The McCain’s are infamous for holding petty grudges.

In an obvious shot at Trump, Meghan McCain used her eulogy to describe the death of her father as the passing of “American greatness. The real thing, not cheap rhetoric from men who will never come near the sacrifice he gave so willingly, nor the opportunistic appropriation of those who lived lives of comfort and privilege while he suffered and served.”

For good measure, she added, “The America of John McCain has no need to be made great again because America was always great.”

Obama was also not subtle. He ripped into those who traffic in “bombast and insult and phony controversies and manufactured outrage.”

“John called on us to be bigger than that. He called on us to be better than that,” he added, which struck many as a rose-colored look at man known for lashing out and who once attacked two Republican senators as “wacko birds” for daring to disagree with him.

Also, in an apparent fit of pique against Trump, one of McCain’s final acts as a U.S. Senator was to violate his longstanding and oft-repeated promise to voters to repeal ObamaCare.

Although McCain had repeatedly given his word over a number of years to repeal the unpopular boondoggle, when his was the deciding vote in July of 2017, before voting thumbs down, McCain reportedly said to Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) “Let’s see Donald make America great again now” — an obvious reference to the president.

McCain then went back on his pledge. His lone vote was the one that saved Obamcare, but he had his revenge.

For his part, Bush was only a tad more subtle. He described McCain as a man who “respected the dignity inherent in every life – a dignity that does not stop at borders and cannot be erased by dictators.”

According to the Associated Press, the audience, which was filled with media and political elites, even applauded as though this were a campaign rally, as opposed to a funeral for a legitimate war hero and long-term senator.

Many of those watching at home were disgusted by the politicization of a man’s death, and used social media to comment on the irony-filled and inappropriate spectacle of elites using a funeral service (of all places) to attack others over partisanship and a lack of decency. The applause was even worse.

On social media, the reaction was mostly one of shock and sadness at the lack of self-awareness, as opposed to the bitterness that emanated from the Washington National Cathedral:


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