Arizona: 27 Men Arrested in Child Sex Sting – Mostly Mexicans

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
February 1, 2020

Hide your sons and daughters, White man, the Mexicans are in town!

Whenever a bunch of people get arrested for child sex crimes, there’s basically two possibilities.

  1. They busted some kind of organized child trafficking ring. The culprits will be well-connected Whites and Jews, and the whole thing will get buried quickly.
  2. The sting is some fishing operation and a bunch of random perverts got caught. The culprits will be mostly brown people.

This is obviously an example of the second case – otherwise, we probably wouldn’t even be hearing about it.

KTAR:

Twenty-seven metro Phoenix men have been arrested this month in a multi-agency investigation of child sex crimes known as Operation Silent Predator, authorities said Thursday.

Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe and Chandler police worked with Homeland Security Investigations and the Arizona Attorney General’s Office on the undercover operation.

The suspects allegedly believed they were arranging or brokering sex acts with boys and girls younger than 15 years old through social media, police said.

Right, that’s an important detail. We’re not talking about stupid crap like men soliciting fully-developed 17-year-old girls who lie about their age. These are children 14 and below. And some of them are boys, so some homos are mixed in as well.

Officers and detectives in the operation, which began Jan. 13, placed ads on websites and apps known to be used by predators seeking sexual contact with children, police said.

“Essentially, it’s like fishing. When you put the bait out, the fish will come,” Commander Jim Gallagher of the Phoenix Police Department’s Drug Enforcement Bureau said during a press conference.

The most recent arrest was made Thursday morning.

Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams urged parents to monitor their children’s online activity.

“If we choose not to monitor, bad things can happen,” she said during the press conference. “There are people in our social media world who will hurt us or hurt our children if we don’t do the responsible thing.”

This is obviously nonsense advice. How the hell are parents supposed to “monitor” what their children are doing online? Kids these days all have cell phones and tablets, and supervising what they do with them would be a full time job.

Good luck getting parents to take away their kid’s phones in the current year. They’d probably be reported to CPS for child abuse if they tried.

Instead of trying to control what websites children go to on their phones, it’d be a lot easier, as a society, to control what kind of people we allow within our borders.

Just look at the names of the people they’ve arrested.

Here are the names, ages, reporting agencies and booking charges for the first 26 arrests as provided by the Phoenix Police Department (the 27th suspect’s information was not provided):

Roy Vasquez, 55, Chandler: Aggravated luring of a minor, luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, possession of narcotic drugs and drug paraphernalia.

Jose Sandoval, 30, Mesa: Child sex trafficking, money laundering, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Bryan Carr, 30, Mesa: Child sex trafficking, money laundering, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Colten Jourdain, 35, AG’s Office: Aggravated luring of a minor, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Kevin Evangelista, 26, AG’s Office: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Patrick Mai, 65, Phoenix: Child sex trafficking, luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Juan Flores, 40, Phoenix: Child sex trafficking, luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Nicholas Benhart, 23, Tempe: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Andrew Kasmar, 37, Tempe: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Edward Mendoza, 33, Mesa: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor

Daryl McCraw, 53, Mesa: Child sex trafficking, carrying a weapon – commission of a felony, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Hector Pano, 48, Phoenix: Child sex trafficking, luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Agustin Ibanez, 32, Chandler: Aggravated luring of a minor, luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, furnishing harmful materials to a minor, possession of drug paraphernalia.

Samuel Puma, 69, Mesa: Aggravated luring of a minor, luring of a minor for sexual exploitation.

Khristopher Broom, 31, Tempe: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Richard Gonzalez, 37, Mesa: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Walter Lundy, 59, Phoenix: Child sex trafficking, luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Jesus Mendoza, 23, Phoenix: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Terrick Ebron, 22, Mesa: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Dovonta Owens, 25, Mesa: Aggravated luring of a minor, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Lawrence Ruiz, 29, Phoenix: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Isaac Arce, 21, Mesa: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, money laundering, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Fabian Hernandez, 30, AG’s Office: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Tommy Diaz, 28, Phoenix: Child sex trafficking, luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

Franklin Omori, 57, Tempe: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor, commercial sexual exploitation of a minor.

Ezra Reynolds, 31, Tempe: Luring of a minor for sexual exploitation, attempted sex conduct with a minor.

What a nauseating list of names.

These are the images that immediate pop up in my mind while scanning the list.

20 out of 27 of these people have obviously non-White names, and most of them appear to be Mexicans or some other variety of beaner. And out of the remainder, several are ambiguous; “Ezra” is a Jewish first name (although Reynolds isn’t a Jewish family name) and “Khristopher” sounds like some kind of negro nonsense name.

So 70% or more of these predators wouldn’t even be an issue if the country was all White.

This once again shows that immigration is the key issue from which all other issues stem – if America were Whiter, practically all other problems would be drastically ameliorated.

In other words, being pro-open borders is a code word for being pro-child rape.

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