SICKENING: New Details Emerge on Ecuadorian Illegal Charged With Kidnapping, Raping 13-Year-Old NY Girl

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Some stories are just so horrible, it's difficult to know where to begin. A story that begins with a man from Ecuador who entered the United States illegally, and remained in the United States illegally, is bad enough. But when he attacks two 13-year-old children, a boy and a girl, in New York, tying them up and raping the girl, and recording it, that's a new level of awful:


The Ecuadorian migrant charged with raping a 13-year-old girl he bound and gagged in a Queens park told cops he recorded the attack during a sickening taped confession, prosecutors alleged Wednesday.

The chilling admission by Christian Geovanny Inga-Landi, 25, broke the silence in an otherwise-hushed court hearing in which he was arraigned on charges of rape, predatory sexual assault, kidnapping and a raft of other felonies from the shocking June 13 attack in Kissena Park.

“I was nervous at first, then got comfortable and recorded it,” Inga-Landi admitted in the videotaped statement, prosecutors said in Queens Criminal Court, drawing sighs from the audience.

Inga-Landi, who had scratches visible on his face, scowled and kept his head down throughout the arraignment, including as Judge Joanne B. Watters ordered him held without bail until his next court appearance July 1.

He got comfortable.

He got comfortable with committing forcible rape.

He got comfortable with raping a child.

He got so comfortable with raping a child that he recorded it. What he intended to do with that recording does not bear contemplation.

Fortunately, he was caught, by the citizens, as well as a sharp-eyed New Yorker who recognized him. Honestly, Inga-Landi is more fortunate than he probably realizes that he was not immediately ripped apart by an angry mob. And if he had been, well, most of our sympathies would be with the mob:


The assault prompted a five-day manhunt that drew a torrent of tips and ended Tuesday in a dramatic, caught-on-video takedown by neighborhood good Samaritans who said they recognized Inga-Landi as the wanted rapist, swarmed him and tied him up.

“Once we noticed it was him, everyone just was going crazy on him,” said Angela Sauretti, who called 911 while her brother pounded on the suspect.

Any American worth the name would have happily tossed a few punches on this creature.

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It gets worse.

Inga, who entered the U.S. through Eagle Pass, Tex., with a 3-year-old child in June 2021, was staying at a single-room occupancy in a Queens basement, police said.

After he crossed into the U.S., he lost his immigration status and was required to return to Ecuador, but never did. He currently has a warrant out for his arrest by immigration authorities.

He entered with a 3-year-old child. Whose child? He apparently has an ex-wife and two children. Was the child his? If not, whose was the child? Where is the child now? No one knows.

This incident can be laid directly at the feet of DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, who has overseen the calamitous collapse of our southern border, and his boss, President Joe Biden. In a just world, they would be lying awake in bed every night, subjected to images of the faces of the two, 13-year-old New Yorkers assaulted by Christian Geovanny Inga-Landi, broadcast on the ceiling and all four walls, non-stop. Inga-Landi committed the crime, and with any luck, he will never breathe free air again - and we can hope the death penalty is not off the table for this person who essentially forfeited his humanity by this attack.


But there can be no evading the fact that the Biden administration, by its deliberate reversal of Trump-era policies and its subsequent abandonment of any pretense of control over our southern border, created the conditions by which Inga-Landi was able to enter the United States and remain here, in violation of the law.

Two children have paid for that abandonment, and their lives are forever changed. But they are not politically useful to the administration, so it's unlikely we will hear anything more about this from the White House or DHS.



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