On June 6, Abraham Anibol Chumil, 33, pleaded guilty in a Bergen County (New Jersey) courtroom to sexually assaulting an 8-year-old girl. The molestation took place in the presence of her 6-year-old sister.
Anibol was arrested on Aug. 26, 2013, by members of the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office Special Victims Unit and the Fairview Police Department, following a brief investigation. He was living with the victim's family at the time of the assault, according to prosecutors.
The Guatemalan national was originally charged with first-degree attempted sexual penetration of a child less than 13; second degree criminal sexual assault of a child; impairing or debauching the morals of a child; and abusing or neglecting a child under 16, and booked into the Bergen County Jail on an ICE detainer.
As part of his plea deal, prosecutors agreed to drop all but the sexual assault charge against Anibol. Had he gone to trial and been found guilty on all counts, he could have faced between 30 to 40 years behind bars.
During the court proceeding, described his disturbing actions to Superior Court Judge Liliana DeAvila-Silebi...
The Cliffview Pilot reported:
Her legs were open so that her vagina was rubbing against your leg . . . you brought her back onto your lap, and you had an erection," attorney Gayle Hargrove said, to which Chumil agreed. "When you were making these motions and holding onto her, you felt sexual arousal, and your hands and body parts touched her buttocks and vagina," she added.
Judge DeAvila-Silebi reminded the illegal alien that by pleading guilty, he will likely be deported for his crime. Of course, considering the lack of security currently being deployed along our border with Mexico, it will only be a matter of time before Anibol returns.
When he is sentenced on Sept. 5, Anibol is expected to receive a term of 4 years in prison.
Unfortunately, many policies recently enacted in New Jersey, have basically laid-out the welcome mat for illegal aliens, this combined with the total lack of immigration enforcement both at our border and within the interior of this country, has created a climate in that state where children are being regularly victimized by those who have no right to be here.
This child, along with all the thousands of others whose innocence has been robbed by illegal aliens, will suffer for the rest of her life in the name of cheap labor.