Editor’s Note – The Illegals Crime Report looks at crimes reported in the United States at the hands of those listed as illegal or undocumented.
Week of May 29 – June 4
Sexual Assault of Teen Boy: Suspect had 1,000 Pornographic Images
Prince George’s County, MD
In February, Prince George’s County police officers arrested 37-year-old Marvin Amaya Diaz after tips – numbering more than two dozen from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children – were sent to authorities. The suspect had been under investigation for the alleged sexual assault of a 14-year-old boy that had taken place at the victim’s residence on January 16.
After executing a search warrant, officers found approximately “1,000 images and videos dated between September 2016 and December 2019,” the court documents revealed. Among those were photographs of the alleged assault.
Diaz is currently being held without bond at Prince George’s County Department of Corrections. His charges include one count of second-degree rape, one count of production of child pornography, two counts of distribution of child pornography, 78 counts of possession of child pornography, and numerous other charges. Detectives are also searching for any other victims in the area.
On Diaz’ booking sheet, he is listed as a citizen of El Salvador. The website United States Illegal Crime Report pointed out the mainstream media’s reluctance to list the suspect as an illegal alien. “It should be noted that while this arrest was covered by several local media outlets (including The Washington Post), not one reported the fact that the accused is an illegal from El Salvador. Of course, this fact is public information and easily attainable by anyone with access to the internet or a telephone.”
Illegal Alien Arrested for Prostitution Ring
Marcin Ciborowski, 43, also known as Rafal Goalaszewski, was at O’Hare International Airport on Valentine’s Day, where he was waiting for two women. The women thought they were being brought into the United States to work as “high-end” escorts, but lucky for them, Ciborowski was arrested at the airport and the Department of Homeland Security agents sent the women back home on another flight.
As it turns out, the escort business was apparently nothing more than forced prostitution. The operation, called the “Norridge Girls” was ran by at least two citizens of Poland: Ciborowski and Mariusz Daniluk. They brought in women from Russia, Ukraine, Poland, and the Czech Republic for their company. One of the workers told investigators that she thought Ciborowski was the boss and that he “did bad things in Poland.” Evidently, he was known to “cut fingers off.” She was afraid to talk about the Polish alien because she feared he would hurt her family in retaliation.
Several women admitted to authorities that they were sex workers for the operation, but that the “recruiters” had insinuated the job would involve “travel, gentlemen, yachts, and hotels.” Unfortunately, they claimed to end up working 12-hour days with up to ten clients per day. The organization confiscated half of their earnings and would once in a while take them to wire money back to family in Europe or to buy groceries. One victim claimed to have been beaten at least ten different times by clients who insisted she have sex without a condom.
Ciborowski made repeated calls to his business partner while in jail, the two of them discussing how the Coronavirus pandemic had severely hurt their operation, and even talked about the possibility of at least one of the girls being sick with the virus. The Norridge Girls leaders, according to federal investigators, brought in approximately $40,000 a month before COVID-19. They converted the money into cryptocurrencies.
Ciborowski has been arrested in the U.S. at least five times and deported twice. He admitted to authorities that he reentered the United States illegally from Mexico and paid $2,000 for a citizen’s stolen identity.
Ciborowski is currently being held at the Kendall County Jail on an ICE detainer. He has been charged with one count of “conspiracy to import, employ, or harbor in any house or other place, aliens for the purpose of prostitution or for any other immoral purpose.” His partner, Daniluk, has also been charged.
Tune in next week for more on the illegals crime report.
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