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Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS –

Suffolk County police commissioner Timothy Sini said the MS-13 gang was dealt a “huge blow” by the recent arrests of 17 individuals in connection with a string of murders in Long Island, New York.

Six of those arrested are juveniles, Sini announced, and the arrests were in connection with five murders this year.

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America’s Freedom Fighters reported on one of the murders which made national headlines in April. Four men were lured to a park in Central Islip, N.Y., by two teenage girls and then ambushed with knives, machetes and clubs by a group of MS-13 members.

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Three members of the savage MS-13 street gang have been indicted in connection to the April murders of four men found hacked to death in a Long Island park, federal prosecutors announced on Monday.

The four victims, found brutally murdered near a soccer field in a park in Central Islip, were identified as a 16-year-old, a 20-year-old man and two 18-year-olds, including one visiting from Florida.

The indictment identified the defendants as Alexis Hernandez, Santis Leonel Ortiz-Flores and Omar Antonio Villata.

“That was one of the most brutal murders we’ve had in Suffolk County,” Sini said to Fox News.

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More than 170 suspected members of the street gang, which has its roots in El Salvador and Honduras, have been arrested in the county since Attorney General Jeff Sessions visited the area to announce a crackdown in April.

Many of the gang’s members are in the U.S. illegally, including eight charged in the newest indictments, Sini said.

Charges were also filed in connection with the murders of two teenage girls, Nisa Mickens and Kayla Cuevas. The two were attacked as they walked home from school in Brentwood last September.

The attack stemmed from a dispute at school between one of the teens and an MS-13 member. The suspected killers were in the U.S. illegally.

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The killings were among 11 that have struck the working-class immigrant communities of Brentwood and Central Islip, on eastern Long Island, since September. In all, 19 killings have been blamed on MS-13 since January 2016.

Bertha Ullaguari, the mother of 18-year-old Jorge Tigre, one of the victims in the killings, said she only learned of the arrests after they became public Monday. She said she did not recognize the names of any of the suspects charged in the indictment.

“I demand justice, what can I say,” she told The Associated Press. This pain is too much for me. This is not easy, every day, every hour, I can’t understand why they did it.”

The 43-year-old who emigrated from Ecuador said she has no mercy for the accused.

“I want them to be tortured like my son was tortured,” she said.

President Donald Trump sent Attorney General Jeff Sessions to Long Island after the April killings to pledge assistance in cracking down on gang violence. Last week, the Republican president said in a Tweet that “MS-13 gangs are being removed.”

In March, authorities announced the arrests of more than a dozen gang members, including some charged with killing two high school girls with baseball bats and machetes as they walked near their home.

The charges unsealed Monday were part of a superseding indictment involving those and other killings allegedly inflicted by MS-13 members.

MS-13, also called Mara Salvatrucha, is believed to have been founded as a neighborhood street gang in Los Angeles in the mid-1980s by immigrants fleeing a civil war in El Salvador. It grew after some members were deported to El Salvador, helping turn that country into one of the most violent places in the world.

The gang is now a major international criminal enterprise, with tens of thousands of members in several Central American countries and many U.S. states.

These thugs are pure evil and must be eradicated immediately.

Build the wall and protect our border. Deport ALL ILLEGAL ALIENS.

We have no choice.

God Bless.

Dean James III% AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS

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