MS-13 Gang Members Who Murdered Girl in 'Satanic Ritual' Get 40 Years in Prison
Illegal alien gang members offered soul to Santa Muerte, the Saint of Death
Two illegal alien MS-13 gang members have been sentenced to 40 years in prison for the murder of a 15-year-old girl in Harris County, Texas, in a satanic ritual.
22-year-old Diego Hernandez Rivera from El Salvador, and 26-year-old Miguel Alvarez Flores, also from El Salvador, pleaded guilty to the murder of 15-year-old Genesis Cornejo.
Cornejo was murdered in 2017 during a satanic ritual where the illegal aliens said they offered her soul to Santa Muerte, the Saint of Death.
The plea deals include 40-year prison sentences for the MS-13 members.
Harris County District Kim Ogg said in a statement:
“This is a tragic case of a runaway girl falling into the clutches of a dangerous and violent gang."
“We will not stop in our pursuit of violent criminals who band together to terrorize communities and murder innocents.”
Rivera and Flores kidnapped three teenage girls aged 14, 15, and 16 in 2017, according to prosecutors.
The girls were raped and plied with drugs by the two illegal alien gang members.
One of the gang member's victims said Rivera and Flores murdered Cornejo after they demanded a human offering to be made to their shrine of Santa Muerte.
Initially, Hernandez-Rivera made a peace offering to the figure in the form of a cigarette.
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But he returned and “told the entire group the beast did not want a material offering – it wanted a soul,” according to state District Judge Maria Jackson.
Genesis’s body was discovered on a road in Houston with close-range gunshot wounds to the head and chest.
Rivera was the one who shot the victim, according to court documents.
The case was investigated by the Houston Police Department, the FBI, Texas Department of Public Safety, Texas Department of Criminal Justice Office of Inspector General, and the Digital Forensics Unit of the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.
It was prosecuted by the Gangs Division of the Harris County District Attorney’s Office.