Illegal Alien's Prostitution Business Started Each Week on Capitol Hill

CNS News | 4/17/2019 | Staff
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The regular weekly rendezvous took place at Union Station on Capitol Hill, just a short walk from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer's office in the Hart Building.

But it happened on Sunday, when the Senate was out.

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"El Comandante," as he was called, would drive up in his black Hyundai Santa Fe. A young woman would get in, and they would drive away.

Another workweek would begin for a prostitute in the suburbs of Washington, D.C.

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The U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia issued a press release on Friday that revealed some news you are not likely to hear discussed by Minority Leader Schumer or House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

The headline on the release: "Illegal Alien Sentenced for Sexually Exploiting Women in Northern Virginia."

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"An El Salvadoran man who is in the United States illegally was sentenced today to over two years in prison for running an illegal commercial sex business that catered to the Hispanic community in Northern Virginia," said the first paragraph.

This story, however, started in approximately 2001. That is when Luis Bonilla-Hernandez — the future El Comandante — illegally entered the United States as a teenager.

He is now 33.

"Defendant was born in El Salvador and has a close relationship with his mother, who still resides in El Salvador," the U.S. attorney's office told the U.S. District Court in a document stating the government's position on how he should be sentenced.

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"Defendant illegally entered the United States around the age of 15 years old," said this document filed on April 5.

He went to Fairfax County in the suburbs of Washington, D.C.

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"Defendant enrolled at Herndon High School but withdrew after completing the tenth grade," the U.S. attorney told the court.

"While in the United States, Defendant worked for a construction company in Sterling, Virginia and at an autobody repair business. He also worked as an...
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