[Ed. – Still here and deadly as ever.]
Six members of the ruthless MS-13 gang were indicted for racketeering in connection with the murder of a teen in Lynn, with the feds saying bail should be denied because they pose a serious threat to the public.
“The nature and circumstances of the (charges) are troubling and horrific,” a federal criminal affidavit reads.
That includes killing 17-year-old Herson Rivas on Aug. 2 with a large knife like they were “chopping wood.”
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One of the accused, according to the affidavit, stabbed the defenseless teen “with such force his knife became warped during the attack.”
The teen’s body was found in a wooded park in Lynn. He was murdered, the U.S. attorney’s office in Boston said, because the MS-13 gang members — many illegal immigrants — believed he was cooperating with law enforcement.
One of the six accused, Henri Salvador Gutierrez, 19, of Somerville, dodged deportation a month before the murder.
“Salvador succeeded in convincing an immigration court that he was not in a gang, was not violent, did not pose a threat to the public,” the feds said.