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    Woman held captive as sex slave escapes booby-trapped Idaho home: police Twin Falls

    Woman held captive as sex slave escapes booby-trapped Idaho home: police

    Twin Falls County Sheriff's detectives arrested Oscar Ayala-Arizmendi, a man living in the U.S. illegally, for the alleged rape and kidnapping of a 27-year-old woman. He reportedly held the woman captive for 18 months.

    BY Nicole Hensley
    NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
    Thursday, May 15, 2014, 2:03 PM




    Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office Oscar Ayala-Arizmendi is accused of holding a 27-year-old woman captive in her home, and physically and sexually assaulting her over an 18-month period.
    Detectives found a house in Idaho rigged with electrical booby traps after a woman said she escaped and claimed a man chained her up as a sex slave.
    The victim pointed Twin Falls County investigators to the rural home of Oscar Ayala-Arizmendi, 36, on the outskirts of Buhl, where they served an arrest warrant, and found a complex construction of restraints, electrical wiring and fencing to keep the alleged victim trapped for nearly two years, according to probable cause documents obtained by the Daily News.
    The detectives arrested Ayala-Arizmendi — a man living in the U.S. illegally — on charges of rape, kidnapping and drugs. He appeared in court on Wednesday and was slapped with a $1 million bail.
    The 27-year-old victim escaped on April 8 with the help of her brother under the cover of night, she told detectives on April 26. The suspect held her captive for 18 months and forced her to smoke meth once or twice a week.
    The documents show the victim began to live with Ayala-Arizmendi more than two years ago, but he began raping and beating her “more times than she could count.” He used a hammer and wood plank at times to hit her.
    The woman claimed he would walk her around the house with a rope around her neck “like a dog,” the documents state.
    She tried to escape in the past, but he just beat her for it. The man threatened to kill her by holding a pillow and handgun to her head, she said. If she tried to leave the house again, he would “cut her up into small pieces and flush her down the toilet.”
    At night, the suspect locked her in the bedroom with him and raped her on several occasions, she said. She had to use a waste basket for a toilet.
    The search backed up several details from the victim’s testimony, including the chains and locks mounted to the walls of the home. The investigators also found a bucket with urine in the bedroom, and a mesh of wood and metal entrapping the bedroom.
    The windows were boarded up and there were security camera documenting the home.
    The investigators found a handgun and box of ammo in the house.
    The detectives believe the electrical wiring that surrounded the house was set up to shock anyone who tried to escape. The wires were hooked up to several electrical outlets in the house.
    The victim only left Ayala-Arizmendi’s custody about three to four times, but he threatened to hurt her if she didn’t come back.
    She only escaped when her brother and his friends came to the house and, through “a show of force and some deception,” he freed her with the clothes on her back, the victim said.
    The investigators took note of a bruise on the victim’s body afflicted during rape, she said, that had lasted several weeks since she escaped.
    During the arrest, detectives saw Ayala-Arizmendi throw a glass pipe into a bathtub. They later tested the residue positive for meth.
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    How can those pushing legalization ignore these stories? Oh, this is probably misunderstood by the sheriff's office? "Act of love" is the defense?

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    Illegal alien kept woman chained-up as sex slave for nearly two years in Idaho


    Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office

    Dave Gibson
    Immigration Reform Examiner
    May 17, 2014

    On Tuesday, Twin Falls County sheriff's deputies arrested Oscar Ayala-Arizmendi, 36, after they discovered several restraints, drugs and even electrical shock devices, supporting a woman's claim that she had been held at the rural home as a 'sex slave' for 18 months. The 27-year-old victim escaped the compound last month, according to investigators.
    During the time she was held captive, Ayala-Arizmendi repeatedly beat her with a hammer and a wooden board, and raped her "more times than she could count," the arrest report states.
    She also claimed that the illegal alien often forced her to smoke methamphetamine, led her around the house with a rope around her neck and chained her to the wall.
    Evidence found at the scene, including drug pipes and chains mounted to the wall confirmed the woman's story. Investigators also discovered a system of wires attached to electrical outlets throughout the house, designed to deliver a shock to anyone trying to escape.

    View a series of photos from the crime scene...

    The woman who attempted to escape her captor on multiple occasions, was threatened that he would "cut her up into small pieces and flush her down the toilet," reported the New York Daily News.
    Throughout her confinement at the compound, just outside Buhl, the victim had only a bucket to use for a bathroom.
    Ayala-Arizmendi has been charged with rape, kidnapping and drug possession. He is currently being held at the Twin Fall County Jail on an ICE detainer.

    Ayala-Arizmendi's next court appearance is scheduled for May 23.

    This case is yet another glaring argument against those who claim that illegal immigration is a 'victimless crime.' In fact, sexual assaults and child molestations at the hands of illegal aliens is becoming a daily event in this country.
    So, what will it take for our corrupt elected representatives (including the current president) to begin defending this nation against foreign invaders, before the United States becomes a mirror image of Mexico, complete with rampant kidnappings and a culture where sexual abuse is simply an accepted part of Third World life?

    http://www.examiner.com/article/ille...wo-years-idaho
    Unfortunately, that question may actually be answered one day, but by then, ours will no longer be a First World existence. How long do you think it would take for our border with Mexico to be closed if these victims were the daughters and sisters of our Senators and Congressmen, rather than those of, we, the people?

    http://www.examiner.com/article/ille...wo-years-idaho

    I wonder how long it will ICE and Obama to let him go to do it again?


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