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    Connecticut Media Spin New Haven Rape Story - CTCIC

    Blue State Case Study: CT Papers Spin New Haven Rape Story
    By Paul Streitz

    On Thursday night, March 26th, a 25 year-old female bartender working at the Temple Grill in New Haven, CT gave a Mexican busboy a ride home. He attacked her in the car and then drove her to a park in nearby Hamden, where he proceeded to rape her, stab her, stomp on her chest and try to break her neck. She faked being dead and then crawled to a house for help.

    The spin started right with Channel 8 in New Haven. Twice they stated that the woman was attacked by a "co-worker", only belatedly mentioning that "officers believe he is in this country illegally". The officer interviewed by Channel 8 said that the man was in his twenties, from Mexico.

    The New Haven Register ran a story on Saturday, with the headline: Woman viciously beaten, raped [by Ann DeMatteo, March 30, 2009]

    The Register began its cover-up with its lead sentence:

    "A town woman, 25, survived a vicious attack by a co-worker who allegedly tried to snap her neck, stomped on her chest, raped her and left her for dead early Friday in East Rock Park, police said."

    For the Register, the attacker was not an immigrant, or, more correctly, a suspected illegal alien. Rather, the attacker was a "co-worker".

    Nowhere in the Register’s article was the immigration status of the attacker mentioned—even though the police knew he was from Mexico and TV had reported they believe he is the country illegally.

    The Register article gave the gory details—"She stated the assailant tried to poke her eyes out with a stick…
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    Man Accused In Rape, Assault Identified
    New Haven Man Accused In Co-Worker's Assault

    POSTED: 2:08 pm EDT March 30, 2009
    UPDATED: 11:15 pm EDT March 30, 2009

    HAMDEN, Conn. -- Police have identified a man charged with raping and assaulting a co-worker in Hamden.

    Jose Angel Moreno-Hernandez, 26, of New Haven, is charged in connection with the attack of the 25-year-old woman.

    The woman was found badly beaten near East Rock Park early Friday morning.

    Moreno-Hernandez was charged with criminal attempt to commit murder, sexual assault in the first degree, kidnapping, strangulation, assault and interfering with an emergency call.

    Police said the victim was giving Moreno-Hernandez a ride home from work when he began attacking her in the car.

    They said the woman fell from the vehicle while being beaten. Moreno-Hernandez is accused of sexually assaulting the woman in two locations and then stomping her and clubbing her with a large branch inside the park.

    Police said the woman survived by playing dead.

    Moreno-Hernandez's bond was at $2.5 million at his Monday arraignment.

    Several people who know both the victim and Moreno-Hernandez said the pair works at the Temple Grill in downtown New Haven.

    http://www.wfsb.com/news/19046576/detail.html

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    I hope she sues everyone involved in aiding and abetting this animal, which would include those who were instrumental in giving out iD cards to illegal aliens.
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