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Honduran Brothers In Country Illegally Accused Of Sexually Abusing & Molesting Girls Ages 9 & 13

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“INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — Two brothers renting a room in an Indian River County home are accused of sexually abusing two girls, one over a period of years, according to reports filed with the court.

Deputies said Julio Cesar Carcamo-Zelaya, 32, and Carlos Eduardo Lara-Zelaya, 27, both of Honduras, were also using falsified documents to live in the country illegally when the suspected abuse occurred.

The girls, now 17 and 21 years old, filed a complaint with Indian River County deputies in December alleging Carcamo-Zelaya and Lara-Zelaya had abused them over a period of about four years, starting in 2010 when they were 9 and 13.

The complaint focused mainly on Carcamo-Zelaya, whom the girls told investigators would perform or attempt numerous sexual acts on them as they watched cartoons or drove around in his car, according to a warrant affidavit.

During the investigation, detectives learned the brothers had entered the country illegally from Honduras about 10 years ago on forged immigration documents, including fake permanent resident cards and stolen Social Security numbers, deputies said.

Julio Carcamo-Zelaya, 32, of Honduras, was arrested Feb. 27 after deputies said he sexually abused a pair of young girls in Indian River County. (Photo: CONTRIBUTED PHOTO BY INDIAN RIVER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE)

The men were detained by United States Customs and Border Patrol Jan. 25 and slated for deportation, but Carcamo-Zelaya contested the order and initially was released on $10,000 bail, the affidavit said.

He was arrested Feb. 27 on charges of sexual battery on a child under 12 and felony criminal use of personal identification.

Lara-Zelaya was deported to Honduras Feb. 25, customs officials said. A warrant for his arrest on lewd and lascivious molestation on a child under 12 was issued Feb. 27, according to Sheriff’s Office records.

Detective Greg Farless said the state will not seek extradition but the warrant will remain active in case Lara-Zelaya returns to the country.

State prosecutors will consult with the girls in the next few weeks to determine if they want to continue with charges against Carcamo-Zelaya or proceed with deportation, Farless said.

Carcamo-Zelaya was being held without bond at the Indian River County Jail Friday on a detainer from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.”

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TENNESSEE STAR: The group We Build the Wall announced Monday it has completed construction of a large section of wall spanning between a half-mile and a mile along an open area of the Southern border previously believed to be unbuildable.

According to a story by The Washington Times, the wall section is along the southern border in New Mexico, and the organization says that is a first in the history of the border.

The wall is made of 18-foot steel bollard like what the Border Patrol uses, the Times said.

Just late last week, a federal judge ordered a halt to part of President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration and shifting of money within the Pentagon to make up for Congress’s refusal to fund the wall, the Timessaid.

The new section closes a gap that was between the end of the El Paso, Texas border wall and Mount Cristo Rey, across from the City of Juarez, The Gateway Pundit said.

Kris Kobach (pictured with builder Tommy Fisher, right) of We Build the Wall spoke to the Pundit about the former gap.

“The gap is a half mile wide corridor and it’s literally a parking lot on the Mexican side and then you walk five steps and you are in the parking lot on the American side. There’s no barbed wire. There’s not ANY barrier. You just walk from one parking lot to the other.”

In the past, groups over a hundred in size on a typical evening would often come through this particular corridor. And while the border patrol is dealing with all the people down at the bottom of the gap in the flat area the cartels would be sending drugs up on the side of the mountain with no border control interference at all.

Brian Kolfage, who inspired the creation of We Build the Walltold the Daily Mail that the new wall section was a mile long, a different measurement than some media outlets reported.

The new section of wall is on private property where the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers previously said it would not be possible to build – a belief Kolfage and his team took as a challenge along with builder Tommy Fisher, owner of Fisher Sand and Gravel (pictured with Kris Kobach, left).

Fisher made news earlier this year what he made an unsolicited bid to the Trump Administration to use his unique process to construct what he called “a complete border security system.”

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Kolfage said his group will sell the wall to the federal government for $1. His cost was between $6 million to $8 million.

Kolfage tweeted, “We built up a mountain where the @USArmy Corps of Engineers said it was impossible to build! NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE!”

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We built up a mountain where the @USArmy Corps of Engineers said it was impossible to build! NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE! @DonaldJTrumpJr @DRUDGE @MorningsMaria @RyanAFournier @RealJamesWoods @DeplorableChoir @BreitbartNews @BuzzFeed @LouDobbs @TrumpStudents @BreitbartNews

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Kolfage also tweeted video of the wall’s construction: “The people’s wall is unveiled! The first segment is nearly complete!! DONATE NOW to help fund more walls! http://www.gofundme.com/thetrumpwall ”.

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The Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has talked about the construction of a new wall at the border, Breitbart said last week, adding that 38 miles as of March 21 have been built.

In a statement provided to Breitbart News two months ago, a CBP spokesperson said the 38 miles of newly constructed wall system “provides new capability by replacing ineffective or dilapidated infrastructure, such as Normandy-style barriers designed only to stop vehicles, not people on foot.”

The majority of the border has remained open as the Department of Homeland Security replaces existing fencing rather than expanding barriers.

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Jason M. Reynolds has more than 20 years’ experience as a journalist at outlets of all sizes.
All photos courtesy of We Build the Wall.

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