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OffbeatMS-13 gang member cops to murder and assault for killing man he thought was gang rival and wounding bystander

17:49  07 november  2018
17:49  07 november  2018 Source:   nydailynews.com

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MS-13 gang member cops to murder and assault for killing man he thought was gang rival and wounding bystander© Provided by McClatchy-Tribune Information Services

A member of the notorious MS-13 gang copped to shooting a supposed rival gang member to death on Long Island and wounding an innocent bystander.

Mario Aguilar, a member of the Sailors Locos Savatruchas Westside clique of the Salvadoran gang, pleaded guilty Tuesday to murdering Esteban Alvarado-Bonilla, who Aguilar thought was a member of the 18th Street Gang, on Jan. 30, 2017.

He also shot the bystander, identified in court papers only as “Jane Doe.”

Court records show a member of the Sailors clique saw Alvarado-Bonilla inside El Campesino Deli in Central Islip. Believing that Alvarado-Bonilla was a rival 18th Street gang member, the Sailors decided to take him out, prosecutors said.

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Aguilar-Lopez, 20, of Brentwood, and two MS-13 associates drove to the deli. Aguilar-Lopez entered, approached Alvarado-Bonilla from behind and shot him multiple times.

One of the bullets tore through the victim’s head and slammed into a deli employee, seriously injuring her. The gunmen took off.

“Aguilar-Lopez committed a deliberate, cold-blooded broad daylight murder in the name of MS-13, shooting a suspected rival gang member from behind and seriously wounding an innocent bystander who was simply working her job,” United States Attorney Richard Donoghue said.

FBI Assistant Director-in-Charge William Sweeney called MS-13 a “global criminal enterprise” that thrives “by terrorizing communities with fears of violence, intimidation, and retribution.

“When Aguilar-Lopez decided to serve as judge, jury, and executioner in carrying out MS-13’s version of vigilante justice in killing a rival gang member, he also put the lives of innocent bystanders at risk.”

Aguilar faces life in prison.

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