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Old 11-20-2020, 03:15 PM
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Default Re: MS-13 gang growing extremely dangerous, FBI says

Feds seek death penalty against MS-13 member charged in 7 murders
By Rebecca Rosenberg
November 20, 2020 | 4:46pm

Jairo Saenz is taken into custody in 2017.

The Justice Department has authorized federal prosecutors to seek the death penalty against an MS-13 gang leader charged in connection to seven gruesome murders — including the baseball bludgeoning of two teen girls, according to court papers.

Jairo Saenz, also known as Funny, could be executed if convicted of any of the slayings, reveals a new filing in Central Islip federal court.

Saenz, 24, who is the second-in-command of the Brentwood/Central Islip chapter of the Sailors Locos Salvatruchas Westside clique, is charged in connection to the Long Island killings of Michael Johnson, Oscar Acosta, Kayla Cuevas, Nisa Mickens, Javier Castillo, Dewann Stacks and Esteban Alvarado-Bonilla, according to the indictment.

Best friends Mickens, 15, and Cuevas, 16, were beaten with baseball bats and hacked to death with machetes in Brentwood in a crime so brutal it sparked national outrage.

While in jail, Saenz has allegedly participated in violent attacks on other inmates, assaulted corrections officers and attempted to identify cooperators for retaliation, the filing says.

Prosecutors announced over the summer that they’d also seek the death penalty against Jairo Saenz’s brother, Alexi Saenz, who President Donald Trump called a “bloodthirsty MS-13 leader.”

The vicious transnational gang has left dozens of mutilated bodies buried in shallow graves across Long Island.
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