Illegal Immigrant José Paulino Pascual-Reyes keeps a 12-year-old in a drug-induced state with Alcohol

Illegal Immigrant José Paulino Pascual-Reyes keeps a 12-year-old in a drug-induced state with Alcohol

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Democrats will always still stand with illegal immigrants. This gruesome crime would never have happened if Illegal immigrants had been picked up by Ice and thrown out of this country. How many more American adults and children must suffer from illegal immigrant murders? Democrats love illegal immigrants because, to them, they are nothing but votes. Democrats in congress have blood on their hands every time an illegal immigrant murders an American. A 12-year-old will be traumatized for years or possibly her entire life.

The girl chomped on the restraints to get away, breaking her braces in the process. The damage from her braces chewing and marks on her wrists showed that she had been tied down. Authorities said the girl was found in the street near the mobile home on Monday morning. Authorities said that the 12-year-old was taken prisoner on July 24 when her mother and brother were dismembered.  José Paulino Pascual-Reyes, who had been restraining the kidnapped girl against a bedpost for about a week, killed her mother and brother. José Paulino Pascual-Reyes is being held, facing charges of murder and kidnapping. A motorist passing by found a kidnapped girl walking alone along County Road 34 in Dadeville after she managed to flee from her captor’s house.

The illegal immigrant José Paulino Pascual-Reyes had been keeping the 12-year-old in a drug-induced state with alcohol and was charged with two counts of capital murder after Dadeville, Ala., police made gruesome discoveries. Watch the video Kidnapping suspect arrested after alleged kidnapper of a 12-year-old girl who was held captive for a week fled from a mobile home in Dadeville on Monday, helping police find her mutilated, dismembered mother and brother’s body. Her captor was charged with abduction and several counts of capital murder for two of the mutilated bodies, which were that of her mother and brother. 

Tallapoosa County Sheriff Jimmy Abbett declined to comment whether the 12-year-old knew her mother’s fate or her siblings when she was still being held against her will, but the mobile home contained two mutilated bodies. Once responding deputies entered the house, officials said, they found the two decomposed bodies, identified by Jimmy Abbett as the girl’s mother and brother. Sheriff Jimmy Abbett confirmed at a news conference that the girl is doing well after running away. After the girl was found walking down the country road next to a house from which she had just fled, she led officers to the bodies of her mother and brother.

The victim, whom police did not identify, was found walking down a county road, where she was picked up by a motorist, who immediately called 911. The girl told detectives that she had been abducted and tied to a bedpost. Police said the girl was kidnapped July 24 or later at an unknown location. Assaulted and plied with alcohol to render her unconscious, the girl only managed to escape by chewing through her restraints, authorities said in court documents. She managed to chew through restraints and break free, 

Authorities said an Alabama man had been living in his home in Dadeville since February this year, and while the girl had been held captive for one week, she had not been reported missing. No additional information has been released about the girl’s identity, past, or relationship to An Alabama man, although it was noted there were others living at the mobile home when the search was conducted.

 

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