Personification of evil: Mother allowed pervert babysitter to offer three-year-old for sex
We’ve heard the mantra incessantly over the years. The open-borders/amnesty influence peddlers have been phenomenally successful at getting the Beltway elite in both parties and the media to embrace their blanket overgeneralizations and platitudes about illegal alien invaders.
“They just come here to work.” “They’re all Americans, too.” “Illegals aren’t criminals.”
A favorite cliché is “they’re just coming to do the jobs Americans refuse to do.”
Today we present Francisco Javier Rios-Covarrubias, 30, a sterling example to graphically illustrate that old saw.
The Arizona Republic unconscionably chose to headline the report of this monster, “Immigration hold placed on suspect accused of duct-taping Mesa girl.” If only duct tape had been the worst of it.
The 3-year-old toddler, whose panhandling mother had shaved her head to give her credibility as a cancer victim in order to raise funds from sympathetic passersby — was left in the care of Rios-Covarrubias, who busied himself on the Internet soliciting sex from other men. On various occasions, the child was left alone in the apartment.
Court documents provided the following information:
Mesa police received a tip from a man who had been at the apartment after he’d connected with Rios-Covarrubias over the Internet about having sex. After the man arrived, he smelled a foul odor in the apartment. After a sexual encounter, he turned and saw Rios-Covarrubias, wearing a pink dress and blonde wig, standing next to the bound toddler. Rios-Covarrubias then asked the man if he wanted to have sex with the child. The man said he declined and left.
Police said the man returned later that evening to have consensual sex with the suspect, who told him the child was no longer there. The man contacted police after leaving the apartment for a second time. Officers performing a welfare check found the girl in a closet, with a black trash bag covering her body, leaving only her shaved head exposed. She was wearing a diaper and tee-shirt, was covered with feces, and had multiple injuries including bruises, scratches and blisters. Her mouth, arms, hands and legs were duct taped.
Rios-Covarrubias and the child’s mother, Mayra Yomali Solis, 22, were arrested and the child was admitted to a Phoenix hospital. Mesa police said the girl’s condition was improving, although she did not speak. Solis admitted leaving the child with Rios-Covarrubias for extended periods, seeing her about one day a week.
Rios-Covarrubias faces charges of sex trafficking, kidnapping, sexual conduct with a minor and child abuse. Solis is facing child abuse charges.