Importing Violence: 11-Year-Old Girl Runs Off to Mexico with 23-Year-Old Boyfriend

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Yet again there’s a case which brings to mind Dr. Deborah Shurman-Kauflin, author of the book Vulture: Profiling Sadistic Serial Killers, and her essay Importing Violence: The Danger of Immigration from Violent Cultures where she talks about the importance of ensuring immigrants adopt American values and leave what are sometimes barbaric third world practices behind. In the essay she in part speaks about the inherent misogyny of many Latin American culture:

First, take the concept of ‘rapto.’ This comes from Mexico where in some areas, it is socially acceptable for a man of any age to abduct a female of any age as long as long as he intends to marry her. That is right. Men can kidnap and rape females. This is acceptable in Oaxaca where the government continues to view rapto as a minor crime. One legislator even referred to this horrid violation as “romantic.” Lest anyone believe such garbage, note that 24 year old Mexican immigrant Eliseo Nunez snatched a 12 year old girl and took her to Mexico to fulfill his erotic desires. Isn’t that romantic?

The fact is that South American male attitudes toward females are often archaic and misogynistic. Thus it is not surprising that the U.S. is seeing more attacks against women and little girls committed by these immigrants. In August 2005, illegal immigrant Jose Ramirez from El Salvador was charged with the violent attack of a 15 year old girl who refused to respond when he whistled at her (Roh, 2005). Perhaps such primitive behavior stems from the homeland culture. El Salvador and Guatemala have had a string of unsolved brutal murders where young females have been abducted and cut apart. Authorities have found body parts, including heads scattered around. In one instance, two female heads were deposited right in front of a local police station, blood still oozing from the severed heads (Miles, 2003). Gangs are suspected in these crimes as it is often part of their initiation to kill.

With that in mind we see that 11-year-old Iridian Julissa Rodriguez who has run away, suspectedly to Mexico, with her boyfriend 23-year-old Enrique Vasquez. That’s right, he’s a pedophile by our standards, but by Latin American standards simply her boyfriend. But the community and police here aren’t, for some strange reason, treating this the same way they would if some White guy from a swanky San Francisco brownstone had run off with a little girl. It’s almost as if the idea of a 11-year-old being sexually involved with a grown man is considered de riguer in certain sections of society.

From Dallas News’ Crime Blog :

The Irving area has become a focal point in the search for a missing and endangered 11-year-old girl from Tyler, after the car of a man police believe she is traveling with turned up in a hit-and-run crash there Tuesday evening.

Authorities say Julissa Rodriguez ran away from home Saturday night, leaving a note saying she would rather be dead or be in Mexico.

Tyler police say they have obtained an arrest warrant for the man they believe she is with. Enrique Vasquez, 23, (below) is wanted on a kidnapping charge. He was already on probation after committing a 2006 home burglary.

A turquoise Pontiac Firebird that police believed Vasquez was driving was involved in a three-vehicle collision in Irving about 6:20 p.m. Tuesday. The driver, whose description matched Vasquez’s, ran from the scene.

Vasquez is described as 6 feet 1 and 210 pounds, with black hair and brown eyes.

Julissa is described as 5 feet tall and 108 pounds, with shoulder-length brown hair and brown eyes. Police say she has a small gold angel earring and may also be wearing a silver ring in the shape of a frog. She is believed to be wearing black flat shoes with shiny stones around the front top.

Anyone with information is asked to call Tyler police at 903-531-1000 or go to www.tylerpolice.com where tips can be entered.

Needless to say if you see Julissa please let someone know. And keep her in your prayers if you’re the praying type. The Tyler police have a page with all the information on the case here. Take a look.

12 thoughts on “Importing Violence: 11-Year-Old Girl Runs Off to Mexico with 23-Year-Old Boyfriend

  1. I remember having a friend who was roughly around 16 when I met her who had a similar fantasy, except this guy was around 26. She wasn’t Hispanic either, but average whtite American, Liberal-minded type.

  2. Is that essay of hers found within that book? I really want that book.

    We all have these fantasies when we are 16. I mean, look at the rock stars we fawn over. That’s why even though I detest the carbon copy pop bands mass produced by Disney, at least those boys are TEENS and keep most girls’ attentions on them rather than the 25+ rappers and rockers.

    The difference between our teen girly fantasies and reality is our parents, our upbringing, and the way the community in which we are raised treats such ideas. Needless to say, I won’t be the least surprised if they lower the AOC in this country to 14. I may be wrong but I think it all began when courts allowed teenagers to “divorce” their parents, and the parents who were so bad the courts in those first cases saw no other alternative.

  3. Sorry, I meant to indicate that I was comparing teens of my generation with those of today. I’m 35 and when I was 16, our heart throbs were Warrant, Winger, Poison, and I guess for the non-headbanger girls: 2 Live Crew, Run DMC, etc.. You get the idea. We also only had older male actors because there weren’t shows back then geared toward teens with teen actors.

  4. This is their genetic bred folkways and no amount of ASSimilation (a form of a handout) is going to change them. Importing Mexicans into America has created little Mexicos.
    Neocons ask for assimilation, well read, well historied, intelligent people whose “conservatism” doesn’t come from FoxNews, Savage, Limbaugh, littlegreenfootballs and the JTF forums, ask for segregation.

  5. “This is their genetic bred folkways and no amount of ASSimilation (a form of a handout) is going to change them. Importing Mexicans into America has created little Mexicos.”

    Not only you are an anti-Semite, you are also a racist. How about Hispanics whom are for LEGAL immigration and whom have intergrated into society? I’m sure they’d be outraged that people like you who state they are “for” securing the borders see them in this manner.

    No wonder neo-Nazi and Ku Klux Klan groups have been exploiting the immigration policies. It’s racist people like you, whom are the far left’s Useful Idiots to paint those whom desire LEGAL immigration, and not ILLEGAL immigration with a broad brush.

  6. Cooperhead’s some Democrat who trolls here whenever he’s done drinking the beer our tax money pays for via his welfare/disability check. He hates Mexicans because the legal Mexican immigrants come here and make something of themselves, something he can’t do.

  7. I’m going to ignore Copperhead’s nonsense and just say, c’mon, SMP – you know you had Tiger Beat centerfolds of Kirk Cameron, the Coreys, and Menudo taped above your bed. Not that I’d know anything about that kind of thing.

    BTW, I don’t think the essay is in Shurman-Kauflin’s book – the book is on another topic entirely.

  8. Yes, I view legal mexicans no differently than “illegals” in order for our immigration problem can have a solution. Even rich and well off Mexicans send their progeny north to collect welfare for extra income. If we are not for kicking them out or denying them citizenship, then segregating them to where they are now mostly within Southern California is a smart descision.

    Taylor and his ilk would rather have a national police state where everyone is pulled over and checked for a citizenship card every 10 feet of road. My solution is pragmatic and less gay, all the Tayorim can come up with is “wouldn’t you miss the resturants and diversity”? Neoconservatism is liberalism, distinguished only in its more liberal war-hungry views of foreign policy.

  9. Nice try moby. Maybe you can convince some other cretin the Right hates Latinos, but this is your (a Democrat) view.

    Many Latinos are White stupid, and many Americans learn Spanish in high school. Segregating Spanish speakers is not just bigoted nonsense, it’s an idea born from a profound misunderstanding of how the world works.

    I like any immigrant who comes here an loves America. You and your friends hate ths country. I’ll tell you what, how about we trade you? You leave and send me a a nice anti-Communist, pro-Capitalist guy from Peru.

    Or maybe you should stop smoking pot, regurgitating Commie propaganda and grow up a little. Getting a job wouldn’t hurt either, parasite.

  10. “Yes, I view legal mexicans no differently than “illegals” in order for our immigration problem can have a solution. Even rich and well off Mexicans send their progeny north to collect welfare for extra income. If we are not for kicking them out or denying them citizenship, then segregating them to where they are now mostly within Southern California is a smart descision.”

    Isn’t it “nice” to know some avowed racist endorses Ron Paul’s view of the world? It’s no wonder why KKK and neo-Nazi groups are trying to exploit the anti-Open Border movement, in which case, the far left can use this to paint those whom do not want an Open Border agenda with a broad brush.

    Copperhead, not only you’re a blathering anti-Semite, but also a racist. I’m sure KKK and neo-Nazis would agree with you.

  11. Jenn: ROFL!!!! Actually, my dad forbade me to read any of that. It wasn’t until I was 17 that I braved picking up any magazine that was not “dad approved”, and it was Cosmo (and it pains me to admit that LOL). A few years into my 20′s, I was looking at my niece’s copy of Seventeen and my jaw dropped. I was appalled at what that magazine was allowed to publish for teens! It was just as bad as Cosmo and clearly geared toward girls younger than 17! I saw ads for spermicide! The pill! Articles on how to make the most of sex with your boyfriend … while your parents are gone!!!! My niece was actually 20 at the time and we talked about it. She said she liked reading it because it wasn’t as pornographic as Cosmo but there was enough for young women her age to keep her interest. Sick. There’s a lot I can say about my dad, negatively, but I am so happy he had rules that kept me away from trash like that. All the girls I went to school with lost their virginity before high school, and after reading Seventeen, I understood why!

    Now, the celebs you mention never interested me. I was more of a Winger, Warrant, Cinderella, Brett Michaels girl :D. LOL They were plastered all over my high school locker because my dad would have killed me if I hung up their pictures in my room.

  12. Oh, and thanks, Jenn, for the info on the essay. Is this essay published anywhere? And where are her books sold? (Please don’t say Amazon!)

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