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‘Death Penalty Now’: FBI Says 7 Men Allegedly Gang Raped Toddlers At Mall In Texas

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A 29-year-old man, Arthur Hector Fernandez, was taken into federal custody after an FBI investigation uncovered videos on the dark web depicting multiple men sexually assaulting toddlers at the Galleria Mall in Houston.

Fernandez, who worked at the mall, allegedly abused a young child in a public restroom, gaining access because he was friends with the child’s mother.

The judge ordered Fernandez to remain detained pending trial, citing overwhelming evidence. (Trending: Trump Defies Court And Delivers Closing Argument At Civil Fraud Trial)

The videos involved at least six other men.

Rep. Dan Crenshaw called for the death penalty, and Dr. Bob Sanborn of Children at Risk highlighted potential signs of child abuse for parents to watch for.

“The evidence in this case is overwhelming and revolting,” the judge wrote.

“I cannot allow (him) to abuse any other minors and there are no conditions or combination of conditions that can alleviate a danger to the community. This is not a close call.”

“Death penalty now,” Rep. Dan Crenshaw wrote.

“Kids, after they’ve been out with someone who you thought you trusted them, they will sort of withdraw,” Children at Risk President and CEO Dr. Bob Sanborn said.

“They’ll be more quiet. Look for those changes in your children; bedridden, not eating. All these things are sort of signs that something’s not right with your child. In this case, we’re talking about toddlers. They really couldn’t communicate. They don’t know what’s right and wrong.”

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