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Illegal Alien Arrested for Allegedly Raping 12-Year-Old Girl ‘Multiple Times’ over a Year

An illegal alien was arrested in New York and charged with the serial rape of a 12-year-old girl, allegedly even committing one attack in front of another child. Police in Geneseo, New York, arrested Fernando Alvarado-Perez, 37, after accusations were made that he repeatedly raped the girl over at least a year’s time, the Livingston County News reported. advertisement The paper reported that Alvarado-Perez was “was charged with first-degree rape, a class B felony, rape in the second degree, a D felony, criminal sex act in the second degree, a D felony, and four counts of endangering the welfare of a child.” Authorities said that during interrogations Alvarado-Perez told them he even raped the child once in front of an infant. The suspect is being held without bail at the Livingston County Jail. During the investigation, the suspect also reportedly told authorities that he came to the U.S. illegally about a decade ago. The department then alerted Homeland Security (DHS) about their investigation. But news of the referral to DHS brought Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian to the defense of his officers and department. Chief Osganian made pains to note that turning Alvarado-Perez into federal immigration authorities is not his department’s general policy. Osganian insisted that the suspect’s immigration status “wasn’t a priority to us” as they investigated the crime. “Our officers were concerned about investigating this incident and assisting...

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Donald Trump on Firing Jeff Sessions: ‘We’ll See. Time Will Tell’

Alex Brandon/Associated Press by Charlie Spiering25 Jul 20170 25 Jul, 201725 Jul, 2017 President Donald Trump responded to rumors that he was considering firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, but did not say whether he planned to fire him.  advertisement “We’ll see what happens,” he said, when questioned by reporters at a press conference. “Time will tell.” Trump denied that he was letting Sessions “twist in the wind.” “I am disappointed in the Attorney General,” he said frankly. “He should not have recused himself almost immediately after he took office.” He added that Sessions made the wrong decision, saying that it hurt the office of the presidency. “I think that’s a bad thing, not for the president but for the presidency,” he said. “I think it’s unfair to the presidency, and that’s the way I feel.” Trump said he wanted Sessions to be tougher on prosecuting leaks. “I want the Attorney General to be much tougher on the leaks from intelligence agencies, which are leaking like rarely have they ever leaked before at a very important level.” Trump again signaled that had he known that Sessions would recuse himself, he would have never appointed him as Attorney General. The president made his comments during a press conference with the Prime Minister of Lebanon Saad Hariri in the Rose Garden at the White House....

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Limbaugh: Rosenstein, Not Sessions ‘Ought to Be the Subject’ of Abuse If Trump Is Upset About Mueller

Tuesday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh argued President Donald Trump’s ire was misappropriated at his Attorney General Jeff Sessions for the Department of Justice’s appointment of a special counsel to investigate possible collusion between Russia and the 2016 Trump presidential campaign. advertisement Limbaugh argued that instead Trump should be upset with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Partial transcript as follows: Mueller is independent. There’s nobody can stop Mueller from doing anything because it’s the deputy attorney general, what’s-his-face. Sessions had nothing to do with it. He recused! This is about Russia, supposedly. This is about Trump and Putin playing cards one night and deciding to steal the election from Hillary. Well, Sessions recused himself. It’s Rod Rosenstein that chose Mueller and chose no parameters. I went through this last week. We have a special counsel who should not even be in office. You do not… The regulations — I read them to you, justice department regulations — say there has to be a crime. There has to be a known crime for a special counsel to investigate! There isn’t one here. They are looking for a crime — and they will find one, believe me. Because there’s not a person in that town that hasn’t done something. I’m hearing, folks, between you and me… Don’t repeat this to anybody. Don’t tell anybody at the...

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Senate Approves First Step Toward Obamacare Repeal

The Senate passed Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s motion to proceed on the upper chamber’s healthcare reform bills Tuesday, a move that will allow senators to vote on both the 2015 Obamacare repeal bill and the leadership’s healthcare reform legislation. If either bill ultimately passes, it will repeal large sections of...

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