Teen confesses to stabbing plant 13 times, murdering her
Interrogation video shows Venus Iraheta acknowledge to stabbing and murdering Damaris Reyes Rivas to punish a genocide of her boyfriend, a famous member of MS-13.
A womanlike member of MS-13 was condemned to 40 years in jail Friday in a heartless murdering of a 15-year-old girl.
Venus Romero Iraheta, 18, was convicted of murder in Jan 2018 in a 2017 slaying of Damaris Reyes Rivas.
She pleaded guilty to first-degree murder, abduction and rapist travel appearance progressing this year during a justice Fairfax County, Virginia.
Prosecutors pronounced Iraheta was one of a 10 MS-13 members and associates who met Damaris during Lake Accotink Park in Fairfax County, seeking punish for a murder of her boyfriend, Christian Sosa Rivas. Reyes Rivas was a tyro during Watkins Mill High School in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
FEMALE MS-13 GANG MEMBER, 18, TOLD TEEN GIRL ‘DON’T FORGET MY NAME’ IN VIDEO CONFESSION OF BRUTAL KILLING
Earlier this year, an inquire video recorded on Valentine’s Day 2017 display her admissing to a crime.
Through a translator, Iraheta pronounced she told Reyes Rivas: “’You’re going to remember me until a day we see any other in hell. Don’t forget my name.’ And we told her my full name and we told her my nickname. And we told it to her and we told her to never forget who we was. I told her, ‘Someday, we were going to see any other again.’”
Venus Romero Iraheta, left, was condemned Friday to 40 years in jail in a murdering of Damaris Reyes Rivas in 2017.
(Corrections Photo/Montgomery County PD)
When an officer asked what happened next, Iraheta replied in English: “I killed her.”
MS-13 GANG MEMBER WHO STABBED 15-YEAR-OLD GIRL 13 TIMES, SLICED OFF TATTOO, PLEADS GUILTY TO MURDER
Iraheta pronounced she stabbed Reyes Rivas about 13 times with a blade and sliced off one of her tattoos. The Washington Post reported another MS-13 compared stabbed her with a tree branch. The heartless slaying was available on a cellphone video and a justice was shown a footage. Her physique was eventually detected after it was dumped underneath a highway overpass on a hinterland of Washington, D.C.
Maria Reyes, Reyes Rivas’ mother, told Iraheta in justice Friday that a lady “destroyed” her life, a Washington Post reported.
“I wish to contend to this immature lady that she broken my life. She broken a life of my daughter. She didn’t owe anything to you,” she told Iraheta by a translator. “My daughter is not in hell, as she said. She’s in heaven. She has shown me that in my dreams. . . . Hell will be lived by you, not by her.”
NBC Washington reported Iraheta cried in court, observant she would “give my life to move her back. we am sorry.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.