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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Mara Salvatrucha (MS), also known as MS - 13 (the 13 representing their Sureño affiliation), is an international criminal gang that originated in Los Angeles, California, in the 1980s.

" MS - 13 gang ’s mission is to control our towns through brutal violence, but today we took that control away from them," said DEA Special Agent in Charge Investigators also passed on information that led to arrests of individuals in Maryland suspected of being gang members in connection to murders

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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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“ MS - 13 is one of the most vicious criminal gangs in this country today,” said Attorney General Sessions. “As I said when I visited Long Island after these “The idea that human life means nothing to these gang members should shock the conscience, and we cannot allow this type of thinking to take hold

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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