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Mollie Tibbetts Life Taken By ILLEGAL Alien And Here’s Who Let Him Into The USA

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A 24-year-old illegal immigrant from Mexico has been charged with the murder of missing Mollie Tibbetts.

Cristhian Rivera, 24, was charged on Tuesday after leading police to the cornfield where he dumped Mollie’s body after attacking her on July 18 in Brooklyn, Iowa.

Rivera, who has been in the US illegally for between four and seven years but is from Guayabillo in Guerrero, Mexico, followed her in his dark Chevy Malibu as she ran at around 7.30pm on July 18.

Do the math, he came here under President Obama’s terms. And possibly could be a ‘Dreamer’ if it was more towards the 7 year mark

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He ‘blacked out’ and attacked her after she threatened to call the police unless he left her alone. Rivera was identified by surveillance footage obtained in the last couple of weeks from someone’s home.

It showed him following the student in his car and Mollie running ahead of him. It is not yet clear how Mollie died.

Rivera told police that after seeing her, he pulled over and parked his car to get out and run with her.

Mollie grabbed her phone and threatened to call the police before running off ahead. The suspect said that made him ‘panic’ and he chased after her.

That’s when he ‘blacked out.’
He claims he remembers nothing from then until he was back in his car, driving.

He then noticed one of her earphones sitting on his lap and blood in the car then remembered he’d stuffed her in the truck.

Rivera drove her then to a corn field where he hauled her body out of the truck and hid her beneath corn stalks.
He was arrested on Friday after police honed in on his vehicle by viewing surveillance footage obtained from a private resident’s home surveillance cameras.

‘He followed her and seemed to be drawn to her on that particular day. For whatever reason he chose to abduct her,’ Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation special agent Rick Ryan said on Tuesday afternoon.

Rivera told police he had seen her in the area before. She is friends on Facebook with the mother of his daughter but it is not clear if he and Mollie knew each other.

Dailymail.com understands that Rivera was doing seasonal work for a local dairy farm in Brooklyn.

He lived with a number of other migrant workers on a secluded farmhouse in Brooklyn owned by their employer.

Law enforcement arrived at the property at around 3pm Monday afternoon according to a neighbor.

FBI agents were still searching the house and a number of nearby trailers on Tuesday afternoon.

Neighbors said the building housed a ‘revolving door’ of hired migrant workers but that they had never caused any problems.

Workers associated with the farm told DailyMail.com that they barely knew Rivera but confirmed that he lived there with a girlfriend named Iris Monarrez and their baby.

They said Iris had gone to stay with her mother after Rivera was arrested in Mollie’s murder.

Rivera has been living illegally in Iowa for between four and seven years 

Rivera has been living illegally in Iowa for between four and seven years

FBI agents attended another nearby property belonging to the farm overnight Monday to quiz Rivera’s co-workers, most of whom claim only to understand Spanish.

‘There was a panic when they arrived because they thought at first that it was ICE launching a raid,’ a local source told DailyMail.com.

‘A lot of these people arrive with forged documents. But it turned it was the FBI and it was about Mollie.’

Mollie was staying alone overnight in her boyfriend’s home the night she went missing and was last seen going for a jog in the neighborhood at around 8pm but what happened afterwards has remained a complete mystery for weeks.

Her boyfriend opened a Snapchat photograph from her at 10pm which appeared to suggest that she was indoors but it is not known what time Mollie sent it.

In his arrest warrant, police describe Rivera’s chilling confession.

‘Rivera admitted to making contact with the female running in Brooklyn and that he pursued her in his vehicle in an area east of Brooklyn. Defendant Rivera stated he parked the vehicle, got out and was running behind her and alongside of her.

‘Rivera stated that she grabbed her phone and said: “I’m gonna call the police.”

‘Rivera said he then panicked and he got mad and that he ‘blocked’ his memory which is what he does when he gets very upset and does’t remember anything after that until he came to at an intersection.

‘Rivera stated he then made a u-turn, drove back to an entrance to a field and then drove into a driveway to a cornfield.

‘He noticed there was an ear piece from headphones in his lap and that this is how he realized he put her in the trunk.’

‘He went to get her out of the trunk and he noticed blood on the side of her head.

‘He described the female’s clothing, what she was wearing including an ear phone or head phone set.

‘He described that he dragged Tibbetts on foot from his vehicle to a secluded location in a cornfield.

‘He put her over his shoulder and took her about 20 meters into the cornfield and he left her covered in some corn leaves and that he left her there, face up.

Among his social media photographs are pictures of weapons proudly displayed on a bed. How Mollie died remains a mystery 

Among his social media photographs are pictures of weapons proudly displayed on a bed. How Mollie died remains a mystery

‘The Defendant was able to use his phone to determine the route he traveled from Brooklyn.

‘Rivera then later guided law enforcement to her location from memory,’ the affidavit continues.

Rivera’s arrest and the discovery of the student’s body brings an end to five weeks of tireless investigation by the FBI, the Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation and local sheriffs.

Last week, the FBI said it believed she had been abducted by someone she knew.

They warned that the person was ‘hiding in plain sight’ and had even attended vigils held in her honor but no arrests were made.

A $400,000 fund for her safe return was established but it did not produce any leads either.

Greg Willey of Crime Stoppers of Central Iowa said her family and investigators would dedicate their resources to catching her killer ‘once they catch their breath’.

The Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation refused to share details of the discovery on Tuesday when contacted by DailyMail.com.

Last week, the student’s heartbroken family and boyfriend had a private meeting with Vice President Mike Pence and an award fund for information about the case reached hundreds of thousands of dollars.

The only person who had been visibly scrutinized by police after she went missing was pig farmer Wayne Cheney. He was grilled by officers more than once and had his property searched twice after search crews found a red t-shirt that was similar to one owned by the student near his land.

It was never established if the t-shirt did in fact belong to Mollie.

Cheney maintained his innocence throughout media interviews and took a polygraph test to try to rule himself out. He was never charged.

In the past few days, Mollie’s father Rob Tibbetts, who has been in Iowa since she disappeared, went to California for a ‘break’.

He said he had been urged by authorities to do so and that it was a ‘half way’ point in the investigation.

Rob was not in the state when his daughter disappeared.

Her boyfriend, Dalton Jack, was away for work when she disappeared as was his older brother Blake.

The youngsters lived together in a home in Brooklyn with Blake’s fiancee who was also cleared.

As the hunt for her intensified, authorities set up a website that was dedicate to finding her.

It provided a map detailing five locations police considered to be significant. The website also offered a tips page which generated hundreds of clues about what may have happened to her.

 

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Hurricane Looters Just Got Priceless Surprise As Florence Rips Through North Carolina

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As Hurricane Florence rips through and dumps tons of rain on the Carolinas, people either got out when told to or battened down the hatches for the store. The flooding is epic and a number of people have perished because of the storm. But these people are tough and have already started putting the pieces of their lives back together and they are helping each other get through this disaster.

Looting has become a serious issue in these states. Some are putting up signs that say, “Looters will be shot on sight!” The police have emptied out their jails and are aggressively hunting these criminals down. Lawlessness will not be tolerated.

Hurricane looters are getting a priceless surprise during all this as the police come after them full force. County sheriffs across North Carolina are arresting these criminals for stealing during the storm… it is, after all, a felony.

Authorities in Brunswick County, North Carolina, have arrested at least five men for allegedly looting abandoned businesses, cars, and homes throughout the county located just north of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. No word if anyone has been shot for looting, but if you believe the signs out there, it is a distinct possibility.

From Breitbart:

“It’s a big task because our main priority is protecting lives,” Brunswick County, North Carolina sheriff Jon Ingram, told FOX Business’ Neil Cavuto Saturday.

“Florence made landfall in North Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane but its strength has caused forecasters to downgrade it to a tropical storm. Up to 14 deaths have been reported as a result of the storm, which has ravaged homes along the Carolina coast and caused massive flooding.

“Police officers in Wilmington, North Carolina, also arrested five people Saturday evening for allegedly ransacking a Dollar General store, and officers reported looting at a Family Dollar store downtown when they noticed the store’s windows had been busted in. Charges are pending against the individuals, authorities said.

“It’s just unfortunate that people look for these opportunities to prey on the vulnerabilities of these people when the situation is at its worst,” Ingram said. “We are trying our best to make sure we can contain that as much as possible.’”

I wrote on this yesterday as well concerning the lone camerawoman and her crew from WECT 6 that caught this on video. She bravely watched and reported as looters streamed in and out of a Family Dollar store in Wilmington, North Carolina.

Some tried to hide their faces and a number of them flipped her off as she was reporting. She eventually had to retreat out of concerns for her and her crew’s safety. The police have now arrested at least five people as noted previously who were caught on camera there looting. At first, the owners of the store did not want to pursue charges but after speaking with the police, that has now changed thank goodness.

From WECT 6:

“After the looting, District Attorney Ben David reiterated a statement he said ahead of Hurricane Florence hitting the coast: “There is a vacancy sign on our jail.”

“David and Judge J. Corpening allowed inmates with low-level misdemeanors to be released on their own recognizance while others were transported to other detention facilities to make room for anyone who takes advantage of this situation.

“We have room for people who are going to show the worst in humanity during this. If that means going into unoccupied homes because people have left or looting property that’s exposed to the elements or price gouging that comes in the wake of clean up,” David said.

“David said his advice to the chief of police is to prosecute looters to the fullest extent of the law. A business can decide whatever they want to do civilly, but criminally law enforcement has been advised to move forward.

“It is a felony,” David said. “These are serious crimes, and they are going to be seriously punished.”

“In regards to the looting at the Family Dollar, David said there are people that can be identified by watching the video. He encourages people to report anyone they recognize.”

The storm was only a few hours old when the looting started. There was no dire need here. This was opportunistic theft, plain and simple. Every one of those thieves needs to be hunted down and arrested for doing this. It sure didn’t take long for the veneer of civil society to slip in Wilmington and in other places.

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Hurricane Florence has landed in the Carolinas. A number of people have perished from the storm and the flooding, I understand, is epic. But that’s not all that is going on in affected areas… blatant in-your-face looting is going on in a number of places. I am sure people are struggling with the storm, but there is simply no excuse for this kind of lawlessness.

In Wilmington, North Carolina, a whole bunch of citizens decided this was the perfect time to break into and loot a Family Dollar Store. It happened yesterday on Greenfield Street. People were stealing anything they could get their hands on until one white woman showed up. She’s one brave lady.

That woman was WECT reporter Chelsea Donovan and she had her camera crew with her. The thieves covered their faces with hoodies and masks and ran off. Then the cowards stood across the street flipping Donovan off. Some of them were kids. They all knew they were breaking the law too and didn’t seem to care.

There were literally dozens of people streaming in and out of that store in the front and the back where the doors had been busted open. They were carrying items in laundry bags back to the public housing community Houston Moore. “When we came over the hill on Greenfield Street, you could just see people everywhere,” Chelsea Donovan said.

The storm only started a couple of days ago so these people were not in dire need of anything. This was just plain opportunistic theft. And when the police were called, it gets even more bizarre. The owners of the store originally asked them to stand down according to Fox News and just let the looters take what they wanted to take. SMH.

Wilmington police sent out a statement saying that they were told by management of the Family Dollar to stand down after receiving reports of looting at the store. Assistant Police Chief Mitch Cunningham said officers were talking with the owner, who initially said he didn’t want to pursue charges when they arrived on scene. Cunningham said officers consulted with the district attorney and the owner ultimately agreed to press charges.

Donovan and her intrepid crew walked to the front of the store and then to the back exit while witnessing people lugging out all kinds of stuff, including paper goods. You can see them wearing masks. Real brave guys. They should not just be ashamed, they should be arrested. Stealing like that is a felony.

Police officers are now trying to identify the looters. I hope they catch every last one of them. Because of the looting, Wilmington police said they will enact an extended curfew for the blocks between 13th, 14th, Greenfield, and Martin streets. The curfew will go into effect at 5 p.m. and will last until 6 a.m.

“We take looting very seriously and we are going to aggressively pursue any kind of looting that goes on,” Cunningham said. “We are going to take a strong stand.” It always amazes me how quickly people turn to crime when a catastrophe hits… no matter the size or duration. All it takes is a few hours or days of things being shut down and they go for it. Every single time.

District Attorney Ben David knew this was coming and earlier this week went about clearing room in the local jail so looters could be charged and locked up. Brunswick County authorities arrested four people earlier this week on felony breaking and entering charges. It sounds like the minute people got out of town as they were ordered to, these people started looting.

Eventually, Donovan and her camera person had to retreat to their vehicle as it looked like things were going to get ugly and possibly violent. “I was concerned the whole time. I won’t lie, but I was there to get the story,” Donovan said. She’s lucky she didn’t get more than that. Just sayin’.

From WECT 6:

“After the looting, District Attorney Ben David reiterated a statement he said ahead of Hurricane Florence hitting the coast: “There is a vacancy sign on our jail.”

“David and Judge J. Corpening allowed inmates with low-level misdemeanors to be released on their own recognizance while others were transported to other detention facilities to make room for anyone who takes advantage of this situation.

“We have room for people who are going to show the worst in humanity during this. If that means going into unoccupied homes because people have left or looting property that’s exposed to the elements or price gouging that comes in the wake of clean up,” David said.

“David said his advice to the chief of police is to prosecute looters to the fullest extent of the law. A business can decide whatever they want to do civilly, but criminally law enforcement has been advised to move forward.

“It is a felony,” David said. “These are serious crimes, and they are going to be seriously punished.”

“In regards to the looting at the Family Dollar, David said there are people that can be identified by watching the video. He encourages people to report anyone they recognize.

“Just a few hours later, the Wilmington Police Department arrested five people from the Family Dollar store on Dawson Street. Police say they will be charged to the fullest extent of the law.

“David made it perfectly clear that law enforcement is ready to do their jobs.

“We’re going to do everything we can to protect your property. This is not a response to the video, this has been our message before the storm arrived,” said David, adding, “This conduct does not speak for the people in that community.'”

This is the ugly side of what a natural or manmade disaster can bring concerning crime. The police no doubt will be busy for days rounding these people up and making sure they get the justice they deserve. They sure did run at first from that reporter. I’m glad she got out of there because they looked like they would have gleefully torn her apart.

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