Enemy of the People: MS-13 Scumbag Admits to Brutal Murders of 8 People

Nick Kangadis | July 10, 2024
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I typically don’t advocate for violence, but I do believe in vengeance and retribution. God forbid, but if someone ever harmed a family member or close friend, the cops better find the person who did it before I do. At least with the cops, the attacker would stand a chance.

So, I can’t imagine the anger felt by the families of eight people who were murdered because of the actions of an MS-13 gang member in Long Island, New York.

On Wednesday, 29-year-old MS-13 gang leader Alexi Saenz admitted to the brutal murders of eight people “that he ordered or carried out” himself, according to the New York Post.

The admission is part of a plea agreement that Assistant U.S. Attorney Paul Scotti says could be rescinded if Saenz’s brother, Jairo, does not agree to the plead guilty as well.

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The murders included the slayings of two girls in 2016, 15-year-old Nisa Mickens and 16-year-old Kayla Cuevas, who were reportedly “beaten and hacked to death.”

The pain felt by the families of the deceased is still palpable years after their losses.

“They need to pay for what they did,” Elizabeth Alvarado, Mickens’ mother, said through tears. “And the other families, we cannot move forward. We’re always going to be in this situation. It’s never going to stop. We can’t even go to the stores without being recognized. And it’s 8 years later.”

Mickens' father, Robert, and Alvarado were guests of former President Donald Trump for his 2018 State of the Union Address.

New York has become a cesspool resembling a third world country in terms of the crime plaguing the people. It’s leaves one wondering whether a Charles Bronson-esque “Death Wish” situation might eventually pop up if the very little being done to curb the violence continues.


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