A 13-year-old girl with special needs was beheaded by two immigrants (one illegal) after she witnessed her grandmother be murdered. She was a witness to the horrible things that happened to her grandma, so the men killed her too. One of the men is reportedly an undocumented immigrant and the other is in America on a green card. The man here on his green card reportedly went up behind the man who is an illegal immigrant and slid the other man’s knife across her neck in a sawing motion.
The suspects are Israel Palomino, 34, and Yoni Aguilar, 26. They were both charged with two counts of capital murder after police located evidence such as blood and the knives used in the slayings. It’s unknown what really happened that day and the information out there makes it appear as though one man, who was on a green card, made the illegal immigrant’s hand cut the girls neck. How true that is, we cannot be sure because we were not there nor do we know what the outcome of the trial will be as of yet. It’s safe to say that if both men’s hands were on the knife or moving each other’s hand/arm and cutting the girl, then they should both be accountable for it. Either way, the result is that two men (one legal, one illegal) both killed the child and it does not appear that either had tried to stop it from happening. Aguilar reportedly told investigators that Palomino forced him to kill the girl.
I just left the preliminary hearing for Yoni Aguilar, one of the accused killers in the Madison County slayings of a grandma and 13-year-old. pic.twitter.com/LvVlYklyfO
— Ashley Remkus (@aremkus1) July 12, 2018
That doesn’t even mention the issues with an alleged methamphetamine purchase and an argument that seems to have gone wrong, but those are just more of the minor details in a major story, some of which will be described to you now.
What happened, according to AL.com, is that a “13-year-old Huntsville girl was beheaded after she witnessed her grandmother assaulted with a knife and left to die on the ground in a cemetery, court testimony revealed.
The grandmother was associated with the Sinaloa Cartel, a drug-trafficking organization, a Madison County sheriff’s investigator testified today.
Just days before Oralia Mendoza and her granddaughter, Mariah Lopez, were killed, Mendoza and three others went to pick up a batch of methamphetamine, Investigator Stacy Rutherford told a judge. After one of her drug cohorts became suspicious, the situation turned deadly.
Israel Palomino, 34, and Yoni Aguilar, 26, are charged with two counts each of capital murder in the slayings of Mendoza and Lopez.
Aguilar was in Madison County District Court on Thursday for a preliminary hearing. District Judge Claude Hundley ruled prosecutors have enough evidence to send the case to a grand jury. In a statement to investigators, Aguilar, who was Mendoza’s boyfriend, confessed and also implicated Palomino, according to the sheriff’s office.
It was June 2 when Palomino, Aguilar, Mendoza and a woman named Leticia Garcia went to pick up a quarter kilo of meth in Norcross, Georgia, a small city northeast of Atlanta, authorities said. Something apparently went wrong during the trip, Rutherford told the court. It was Mendoza and Garcia who were tied to the cartel, and Palomino thought there might be a setup, the investigator testified.
During the early morning hours of June 4, Mendoza was told she and Lopez would be taken somewhere safe.
Instead, Rutherford testified, Palomino and Aguilar drove the woman and her granddaughter to Moon Cemetery on Cave Springs Road. Mendoza and Palomino got out of the car and argued about the drug buy, according to Aguilar’s account, which Rutherford recounted in court.
The argument escalated, and Aguilar told police Palomino killed Mendoza. Authorities have said her cause of death was sharp force trauma caused by a knife.
Because Lopez was a witness, the suspects took the girl to a secluded area on nearby Lemley Drive, Rutherford testified. In his statement, Aguilar said Palomino forced him to kill the girl.
Aguilar told investigators he was holding the knife when Palomino came up to him and moved his arm back and forth in a sawing motion. Lopez was beheaded, Rutherford testified.
Aguilar told investigators that Palomino forced him to kill the girl.”
This story was originally posted on AL.com on July 12, 2018, and updated on July 15, 2018.
It was also reported on numerous independent and mainstream news websites, but there was no mention of it on CNN.
Still, to this day, there is not a single mention of Israel Palomino or Yoni Aguilar on the CNN website.
You can search for Yoni Aguilar on CNN.com and nothing appears.
You can search for Israel Palomino on CNN.com and nothing appears.
Here’s a screenshot of the search results for Yoni Aguilar on CNN’s website. It shows an ad and then it states that “Your search for Yoni Aguilar did not match any documents.”
Nothing at all for Israel Palomino either.
Why didn’t a major story like this that involves an illegal immigrant make it to the front page of the CNN website? Why didn’t CNN report on a story where a teen girl with special needs was beheaded for being a witness to her grandmother’s murder?
How can that NOT make it to the CNN website?
Will CNN ever answer that question?
Does it have anything to do with CNN not wanting to report on crimes committed by illegal aliens?
Why didn’t CNN report this?