A shocking case of rape in Framingham, Massachusetts last Sunday by four accused illegal aliens from Guatemala has received no national media attention even though two of the illegals were previously deported and sneaked back into the U.S.
The woman was allegedly kidnapped while walking with her boyfriend. He reportedly followed and rescued her after fighting off her attackers.
The Framingham Wicked Local and Boston Herald are the only outlets to report on the vicious crime.
“Four Framingham men are accused of grabbing a woman off the street on Sunday and carrying her to an apartment, where they sexually assaulted her as her boyfriend tried to save her, a prosecutor said in Framingham District Court Monday.
“Framingham Police arrested brothers Elmer Diaz, 19, Ariel Diaz, 24, and Adan Diaz, 32, and their friend Marlon Josue Jarquin-Felipe, 27, after the 10:55 p.m. assault at 141 Hollis St., prosecutor Susan Harris said during the men’s arraignment.
Details of the attack at the report at the Framingham Wicked Local.
The Boston Herald reported when it came to light that the accused are in the U.S. illegally.
Federal immigration officials are requesting detainers on four illegal aliens accused of a heinous attack on a Framingham couple in which the woman was raped and her boyfriend was beaten and threatened with death, the Herald has learned.
Two of the illegals had previously been deported to Guatemala, said Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman Shawn Neudauer.
Elmer Diaz, 19, is charged with rape, assault with a dangerous weapon, kidnapping and threatening to commit a crime. His brother, Ariel Diaz, 24, was charged with unarmed robbery, assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, indecent assault and battery, kidnapping and witness intimidation.
He was deported to Guatemala in May 2014 after convictions for drunken driving and disorderly conduct, said Neudauer.
Another brother, Adan Diaz, 32, and Marlon Josue Jarquin-Felipe, 27, are both charged with indecent assault and battery and kidnapping. All four suspects are from Guatemala. Jarquin-Felipe was deported back to his homeland in April 2014, according to Neudauer.
Neudauer told the Herald yesterday the agency is “closely monitoring the cases and has placed detainers on all four” illegal immigrants. He added that Ariel Diaz was also arrested this winter on a drunken driving charge. ICE was not notified of that case, he added.
In the Framingham case, the victim’s boyfriend was beaten while his girlfriend was held down on a bed and raped Sunday evening, authorities say.
The still-shaken boyfriend told the Herald yesterday that he and his girlfriend have not yet come to terms with the horrific assault.”
The Boston Herald also reported on the details of the attack.
So far, there has been no national media coverage of this heinous attack in which previously deported illegal aliens have been charged.