Illegal Alien Attacks, Rapes Woman In St. Augustine

Just doing the jobs Americans won’t do

A 34-year-old Nicaraguan man is in jail on $500,000 bail after a woman at a St. Augustine bar was dragged into the woods, raped, beaten and left naked and unconscious.

Police said the woman had left the Giggling Gator on King Street at closing time June 10 to make a telephone call. Just after she hung up, her mouth was covered and she was grabbed and dragged into the woods behind the bar.

Her attacker ripped off her clothes and choked and beat her. The more she tried to scream, the more he would hit her face while he sexually assaulted her, according to the St. Augustine Police Department. He even bit her several times before she passed out.

The illegal, Edgar Antonio Talavera-Borges, now has an ICE detainer on him due to being an illegal.

Oh, and here’s one who stole the identity of another person and managed to make it through all the post-9/11 airline security checks and become a flight attendant for American Eagle. He also managed to get a US Passport. He’s from Guyana.

BTW, Texas is looking to pass a tough anti-illegals law, too. Already passed the Senate, will be taken up in the House in about two weeks. Governor Rick Perry supports it.

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4 Responses to “Illegal Alien Attacks, Rapes Woman In St. Augustine”

  1. captainfish says:

    Dang it Teach!! I was going to post a comment about the illegal fake ID airline host.. hostess.. hostpersonage!!

    Always nice to see our E-verify system working fully in this TSA day and age.

    The guy this Guyanan stole the ID from, has a criminal record. So, this airline hired a man with a fake ID… and the ID had a criminal record to boot.

    And, they hired him and had him flying before doing a background check.

    Strike 3.

  2. Makes you really feel safe flying the friendly skies, eh?

  3. PatriotUSA says:

    One more reason I will take my chances on the train. Hate flying ever since we were flying into ‘Frisco in the mid 1960’ and out plane lost two engines on landing approach right over the bay. Watched the landing gear skim the bay’s surface. Pilot did a fantastic job but that jiggered me on flying ever since, except in emergencies.

    Great security job, geez!

  4. captainfish says:

    I don’t fly because the FEDS want us to give up our freedoms and have our lives depend on 40 year old planes.

    We are coming soon to where they will also take away our vehicle freedoms.

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