The sexual relationship between Alexandria Vera and her Mexican boy lover raises an interesting question about the “Diversity is our strength” mantra that Obama and Hillary Clinton preach.
That relationship would be entirely normal in the Mexican community. Discouraging such relationships is the “white man’s” law in the eyes of Mexicans. In all honesty, the ones I’ve talked to don’t get it.
When you add in the sexiness of Miss Vera, it gets worse. Attractive Mexican women often believe that they can do anything and get a pass.
One Mexican girl I knew at the university used to say that she could wrap any man around her little finger. She even bragged to me once that she could get a man to kill for her. She subsequently married a white doctor, which is not bad for a large breasted brown Mestizo only half as attractive as Vera.
HOUSTON — A Houston-area middle school English teacher was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison for having a long-term sexual relationship with a 13-year-old student who impregnated her.
Alexandria Vera, 24, pleaded guilty last year to aggravated sexual assault of a child and was hoping to avoid prison and just get probation.
ONE OF THE NICER MUGSHOTS I’VE SEEN.
State District Judge Michael McSpadden said his sentence was intended to send a message and make an example of her because he’s aware of too many similar cases.
“We want our educators to teach our students,” the judge said. “We want them to keep their hands off the students.”
Vera taught English in the Aldine Independent School District in north Houston in 2015 when she met the student.
Prosecutors said the boy’s parents didn’t object to their relationship and Vera told an investigator they were “very supportive and excited” when she disclosed her pregnancy. She aborted the pregnancy after a child welfare investigator questioned her, according to court documents.
McFadden said the boy and his mother wrote him letters that tried to put some of the blame for the relationship on the boy.
Vera, however, had a “history of straight-out deception,” Denise Nichols, a Harris County prosecutor, said, including moving the boy and his father into her home to give the appearance the boy’s father was her boyfriend.
Karen Lawson, a therapist testifying for Vera, said she thinks Vera “was driven by being in love” with the boy. She said Vera had seen domestic violence while growing up and had a deep need for love.
Vera initially was charged with continuous sexual abuse of a child, which carries a maximum life prison sentence, but pleaded guilty to the lesser assault charge. She will be eligible for parole in five years.
There are already enough Mexicans in America to change the way adult-child sex is viewed. Vera will probably live to see the day in which such reltionships are normal.
Never forget that the age of consent in Mexico is 12. That’s where America is headed too.