Illegal alien who confessed to shooting transgender hooker multiple times at large

Illegal alien who confessed to shooting transgender hooker multiple times at large
Domingo Ramirez-Cayente, Daniela Calderon Rivera (Images: Left—police photo, right—provided)

A curious story out of Dallas has found its way into the headlines. The two principals are Domingo Ramirez-Cayente, a 29-year-old Mexican national in the country illegally, and Daniela Calderon Rivera, a transgender native of Honduras who is also “undocumented” and makes her living as a streetwalker.

On the evening of Sept. 25, Calderon Rivera was plying her trade when a red pickup driven by Ramirez-Cayente pulled over to the curb. A price of $80 an hour was agreed to, and Calderon Rivera climbed aboard. “Then came the question that ended up triggering the worst night of her life,” writes CNN’s Sara Sidner and Meridith Edwards.

“Why is your voice deep?” Calderon Rivera said the man asked her. “I am transgender,” she says she replied in her native Spanish. And everything changed.

“He started saying, ‘oh so you’re a guy not a girl?'” she told CNN. “He said, ‘I hate people like you’.”

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She got out of the pickup as fast as she could. She says he started to follow her spewing homophobic and transphobic slurs.

Ramirez-Cayente shot Calderon Rivera six times, including in the abdomen.

Ramirez-Cayente was arrested, but this is the point in the story where unanswered questions begin to arise. One is why Ramirez-Cayente was charged with aggravated assault, not attempted murder. Another is why a judge set a relatively low bail of $25,000 for him with no requirement of a leg monitor. He has since skipped bail and is a fugitive from justice.

A third and especially trenchant question is why local law enforcement didn’t notify Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), even though a partial answer is evident in the low regard with which the Left holds that federal agency. If ICE had been notified, they would have determined that Ramirez-Cayente had been deported in 2010 and was thus guilty of a felony for re-entering the U.S.

Now an armed and dangerous criminal is on the loose, and the LGBT community is terrified.

LU Staff

LU Staff

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