I can almost guarantee you that this one is an illegal immigrant. The press will never let you in on that, though.
What was it that President Trump said in 2015, which Ann Coulter repeats frequently: Mexico is not sending us her best.
This one is dumber than dumb. Consider how his crime was discovered.
A 17-year-old Lufkin man was arrested this month for allegedly sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl and posting footage of the crime on his Snapchat account, according to court documents obtained Monday.
Oscar Alamillo Solis faces a third-degree felony charge of possession of child pornography and a first-degree felony charge of aggravated sexual assault of a child, according to the Angelina County District Attorney’s Office.
The Fairview Police Department looked into the case when a 15-year-old girl contacted them after seeing “disturbing images and videos” on Solis’ Snapchat account.
While the girl was logged in, she found videos and images of what looked like a 4- to 6-year-old girl being sexually assaulted by a man who looked like Solis under his “memories” section. Police later compared the image of the man in the video to Solis’ driver’s license photo, the affidavit said.
Investigators determined the alleged crime occurred on Dec. 20. Snapchat also provided investigators with the suspect’s phone number and confirmed the number belonged to Solis after speaking with his mother and his cross-country coach.
A detective interviewed Solis at Lufkin High School on March 2 where Solis allegedly admitted to sexually assaulting a 6-year-old female family member and also admitted to taking photos and video of the sexual assault. He was arrested and booked into the Angelina County Jail on a $100,000 bond. He posted bond and was released on March 6, the jail said.
Solis allegedly gave the girl who discovered the images his login-in information so that he could prevent the loss of a Snapchat streak he had in a game, according to the arrest affidavit.
A Snapstreak occurs when two users have snapped each other within 24 hours for more than three consecutive days, according to Snapchat.
If convicted, Solis faces five to 99 years in prison for the first-degree felony charge and up to 10 years for the third-degree felony charge.
The young victim may be a relative of Solis. Incest is culturally accepted, even if not legal, in Mexico.