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2018-07-05 09:36 by Karl Denninger
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Charge The Employers With Being Accessories to Rape
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I have an answer to this problem:

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency joined the nationwide search for three men accused of kidnapping and raping two teen girls in Ohio, authorities said.

A fourth suspect has been arrested and charged in the alleged crime, police said Tuesday.

These are the very people the Democrats and others who want "lenience" and a "path to citizenship" are arguing for.

They are all not citizens.  The arrested one is from Guatemala.

How do we deal with this?  That's not really very hard:

The men were in the Bowling Green area working – two as dry wallers and one at Greenline Foods, according to WTOL-TV. They were reportedly staying in the motel, as were the girls with their mother.

Since an accessory before the fact to a crime is someone who enabled through their willful actions the commission of said crime, and either knew or had reason to know that their actions were unlawful in doing so, then the answer is to for any illegal that commits a serious criminal offense charge the employers, personally, as accessories before the fact.

This means in this case we have a grocery store manager and the builders who hired these clowns that get charged as accessories before the fact to rape.  As an accessory you are equally liable for the crime itself.

Toss those employers in prison for 20 years on a rape charge and the "attraction" of employing illegal invaders will go to zero in an afternoon.  Make the only affirmative defense to such a charge proof that you used E-Verify and have a control number for that specific person you can produce.

Don't have it, said illegal invader commits a felony and you go to prison.

**** these employers -- they're personally responsible for the rape.  Period.

And oh by the way, if you shop at Greenline foods in Dayton?  You condone rape.

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