An illegal alien man allegedly raped and killed a 1-month-old female infant, according to law enforcement officials in Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Wednesday, January 4. Sadly not one national newspaper, radio or television news organization covered this heinous and depraved criminal case, according to a sheriff’s deputy in New Mexico.
The investigating detectives announced that the suspect, Juan Galindo, possesses a criminal history that includes drug charges, driving under the influence, and a prior sexual assault of a minor charge.
Galindo appeared in court over the weekend and was surrounded by court officers and jail guards to protect him from being attacked by other inmates who became enraged when they discovered that charges that Galindo faces, according to a Bernalillo County deputy sheriff.
The illegal alien was formally arraigned for the rape and then killing of his girlfriend’s four-week-old daughter. Galindo’s bail was set at $1 million, cash or bond.
The coroner’s report indicated that the baby suffered from anal and vaginal tears and arriving police and crime scene investigators found her small body lying in a pool of blood.
As a result of a new definition of rape by the U.S. Department of Justice, Galindo faces rape charges not sexual assault.
For the first time ever, the new definition includes any gender of victim and perpetrator, not just women being raped by men. It also recognizes that rape with an object can be as traumatic as penile/vaginal rape. This definition also includes instances in which the victim is unable to give consent because of temporary or permanent mental or physical incapacity, according to the DOJ’s Criminal Division.
The old definition: “Forcible rape” had been defined by the UCR SRS as “the carnal knowledge of a female, forcibly and against her will.” That definition, unchanged since 1927, was outdated and narrow. It only included forcible male penile penetration of a female vagina.
The new definition: “The penetration, no matter how slight, of the vagina or anus with any body part or object, or oral penetration by a sex organ of another person, without the consent of the victim.”
Galindo is an illegal alien from Mexico who uses various aliases and dates of birth. He claims to have fathered six children with different women in Mexico.
According to his records, Galindo was arrested almost 20 years ago in Texas for a DWI. He was deported back to Mexico but managed to sneak back into the U.S.
He has been arrested for a case involving prior child abuse in Texas.
Local police said each charge against Galindo carries a life sentence. Also, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents stated that Galindo may face 20 years in federal prison for reentering the country illegally.
“Reentering the U.S. after deportation is a serious offense punishable by up to 20-years in prison. Politicians, advocates for illegal aliens and most of the members of the press fail to tell Americans that fact, preferring to lead citizens to believe it’s a misdemeanor and not the felony it truly is,” said police lieutenant Stanley Rodgers.
“Our president and his attorney general spend more time harassing police who attempt to enforce immigration law than they spend trying to protect Americans — including American babies and children — from sexual predators who are in the country illegally. We have our own predators, we don’t need Mexico’s,” Rodgers said.