Mexican Immigrant Raped Child at Home of Family Who Was Hosting Him – Hardly Any Media Coverage

A 25-year-old man was sentenced to 60 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl in Tomball on Jan. 21, 2018, according to Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg.

Glenis Dionicio Cordova-Lopez, also known as Fernando Lopez a Mexican immigrant, was sentenced Monday for aggravated assault of a child.

He heard his sentence on Monday, October 12, 2020, by Judge Kelli Johnson, of the 178th Criminal District Court, in Harris County in Houston.

“I want to thank the first Harris County jury since COVID began for showing up, listening to the testimony, reviewing all the evidence, and finding a sexual predator guilty,” Ogg said. “I am glad his victim knows that she was believed and that he will serve a long prison sentence for his crimes against her. The 60 years he received is still not as long as the lifetime pain she will face as a result of his brutality.”

Cordova-Lopez attacked the girl while staying with the girl’s family in Tomball, prosecutors said. The girl reported the assault to family members and was taken to Texas Children’s Hospital where she was examined, according to prosecutors.

A witness saw Cordova-Lopez come out of the girl’s room around midnight. The next day, the girl told family members she was attacked and was in pain, and she was taken to Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital for an examination that revealed she had been raped.

In order to protect the integrity and privacy of the victim and his family, Judge Johnson decided that most of the legal documents cannot be consulted publicly due to the seriousness of the case.

The arrest warrant details that the victim’s family received Córdova-López in their home, since the man is an immigrant from Mexico. How he met the family is not detailed.

As always not a single mainstream media reported about this story, because it doesn’t fit their narrative.

Natalie Dagenhardt

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