A sex crime did not result in more than a slap on the wrist for this illegal immigrant.
And now, Fiston Ngoy, 35, was accused of raping a woman last week on a commuter train in Philadelphia – because other passengers did nothing to stop it.
A report from Fox News after an investigation by “Tucker Carlson Tonight” revealed that Ngoy has been illegal in the country since 2015 when the student visa he used to enter the US from Congo expired.
Fox reported that Ngoy had “multiple arrests and two false convictions, one for controlled substances and one for sexual abuse.”
Police said the suspect, 35-year-old Fiston Ngoy, is facing rape and several other charges. Investigators said the sexual assault occurred while others were standing on the train and “did nothing.” @MattPetrillo reportshttps://t.co/DnKjTMxNfO
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In 2017, according to Fox, Ngoy pleaded guilty to sexual assault in Washington, DC, and was sentenced to six months in prison followed by 90 days probation.
Ngoy was placed immigration prevention in January 2018, which meant he would be deported.
But the system began in its unalterable style and in March 2019, the Board of Immigration Appeals ruled that a misdemeanor sex offense was not a “serious crime,” Fox reported.
The Board of Immigration Appeals ruled that Ngoy could remain in the country as long as he reported to Immigration and Customs Enforcement under an administrative order.
He is now accused of raping a woman on Wednesday night while other passengers watched the attack or recorded it on their phones.
“I should have been deported. This should not have happened. He shouldn’t be here. And the only reason he is is because he has a lot of people like him who have been invited here and allowed to stay by the people who run the country, but not ride the train, ”Fox News host Tucker Carlson said in a comment Tuesday night.
“So why aren’t the people allowing him to stay here in prison? They certainly should,” Carlson said.
“So to reproduce, you can walk into our country at the invitation of our leaders at public expense. You can overstay your visa and in doing so, mock our laws. Then you can be busted for drugs and a sex crime, not deported, allowed to stay. And then you go on – probably inevitably at this point – raping a woman on a train in full sight of a crowd doing nothing to stop it, “he said. .
Police said the crime was witnessed by many riders who did nothing.
“As many as 10 people actually saw some part of the attack on this rider,” said Thomas Nestel III, head of Transit Police for the Southeheast Pennsylvania Transportation Authority, according to Daily Mail.
Nestel said authorities checked the video surveillance cameras.
“We were watching to see if someone put a phone to their ear indicating they might be calling 911. Instead, what we saw were people raising their phone as if recording or taking pictures,” he says.
The attack was reported by an off-duty SEPTA employee.
Ngoy was charged with rape, sexual abuse and aggravated inability to assault without permission, and other crimes, according to The New York Times.
He was being held in the Delaware County Jail on $ 180,000 bail, the Times reported.
This article originally appeared on The Western Journal.
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