A Texas sheriff’s deputy, who has been arrested for “super aggravated sexual assault” of a four-year-old girl, is accused of threatening the child’s undocumented mother to prevent her from reporting his alleged crimes.
Off-duty detention officer Jose Nunez was arrested on Sunday after the child’s mother reported a sexual assault on Saturday night.
The bucks stops here:
According to Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar, the abuse is believed to have taken place over several months, or even a couple of years. “The details of the case are, quite frankly, heartbreaking, disturbing, disgusting and infuriating all at the same time,” he said at a press conference on Sunday.
Nunez, who is a 10-year veteran of the sheriff’s office, engaged in physical contact with the child’s genital area “which caused pain,” Salazar said, adding there was “at least some indication of minor injury.”
Salazar told reporters that “another heartbreaking aspect” of the case was that Nunez used the Guatemalan mother’s undocumented immigrant status “to his advantage” to keep her quiet.
The victim’s mother took the child to a fire department to report the abuse this weekend after the child made a cry for help.
The sheriff’s office believes “there may have been other children that were related to this suspect and may have had contact with him.” It urged anyone who believes their children may have been affected to contact the police.
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Because of the child’s age Nunez faces a charge of super aggravated sexual assault. The minimum sentence for conviction of the crime is 25 years.
He is being held without bail in county jail and is due in court on Monday. Salazar said that the off-duty officer has been placed on administrative leave. “My objective is to separate this person from the agency as soon as possible,” he said.
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+Reading the back round summary of sheriff Salazar, it is loaded with
activities that have nothing to do with managing his employees, which
turns out that he was more concerned with himself????
Dude went to Baptist University. Someone please keep track, and let me know when an agnostic or satanist is caught doing this stuff. Cause all I’m finding is …. that which need not be mentioned.
Dudes like this, didn’t do it once.
At the heart of a protector, a person born into the position of defense of the people, it is the most vulnerable who rule their conscience, regardless of border, law, or decree.
This is basic understanding.
Politicians who seek to capitalize on this, and ambitious position seekers who exploit their position should be held to the same standard as those who murder the protectors. There is a case to be made, that law enforcers and clergy, should be held to higher standards and stiffer penalties. It is a good case held back by the same.
Should not resist. The ongoing cases involving hundreds of victims and cover up by high ranking clergy is hardly mentioned by any press. They routinely get help from press and police to keep it quiet. The Nassar case for instance, started with a Catholic operation to bring a Romanian gymnast coach to America and ended with Catholic prosecutor being recalled out of retirement to bury it. Meanwhile Saginaw, Buffalo, St Paul, NYC, and just the other day Rochester, all ongoing cases involving hundreds of victims and dozens of priests , Bishops and other high ranking clergy. Would you like me to shut up about it ? Every case involves “secret records”
https://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/news/2018/06/06/priests-rochester-diocese-accused-sexually-abusing-children-mitchell-garabedian/675494002/ It baffles my mind when people don’t want it brought up.
When Nunez goes to jail, it will not matter how long his sentence is, in the general population his life will last a very short time.
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