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Friday, August 4, 2017

MS-13 Recruits Young, Innocent Girls, And Turns Them Into Hardened Criminals

Teenage MS-13 gang-member filmed herself stabbing fellow girl gangster, 15, and screamed she would 'see her in hell' in revenge killing for death of victim's boyfriend, FBI agent testifies

  • Damaris Reyes Rivas was killed by members of the notorious street gang MS-13
  • Members of the gang captured the 15-year-old's death on camera 
  • Venus Romero Iraheta, 17, allegedly screamed 'she would see her in hell'
  • She is then accused of stabbing Rivas 13-times with a knife and wooden cross 
  • The street gang believed Damaris at fault for the death of one their members 

    A female gang-member belonging to the notorious street gang MS-13 told her murder victim she would 'see her in hell' as her grisly death was filmed, an FBI agent testified on Monday.
    The disturbing account was given in a court in Virginia, where 17-year-old Jose Cerrato is on trial for orchestrating the murder of 15-year-old Damaris A. Reyes Rivas in a Fairfax County park.
    At least 10 members of MS-13 have been arrested since the gruesome murder of Rivas, including Venus Romero Iraheta, 17, who allegedly screamed at the victim as she was filmed stabbing her 13-times.

    At least 10 members of MS-13 have since been arrested following the gruesome killing of Damaris Reyes Rivas, who was ordered murdered by top ranking members of the group in El Salvador who believe she was responsible for the death of her boyfriend. 
    Authorities said that 18 members in total are suspects in both murder cases, which took place in Fairfax County in early January, according to The Washington Post. 
    The person behind the filming, 17-year-old Jose Cerrato, was allegedly the mastermind behind the revenge hit on Damaris, who the FBI testified was more than willing to provide video evidence of his devotion to the group by filming the murder.
    It remains unclear if the footage was ever sent back to leaders in El Salvador. 

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