Farmer Shocked that Mollie Tibbits Spic Murderer is a Dirty Lying Beanman

Joe Jones
Daily Stormer
August 28, 2018

Cristhian Bahena Rivera.

Honestly, I don’t really give a shit that an anti-white whore got murdered by the spics she loved so much.

I also don’t really care when any woman gets murdered, since all of them are two-faced skanks anyway.

That said, they’re good to push on people to make them hate beaners enough to demand a wall.

They’re also good examples to show that these savages only want to kill whites – they don’t care about racism.

CTV:

For years, the young man from Mexico presented himself as a legal U.S. resident and reliable worker at a family dairy farm in small town Iowa, his employer said.

But this week, the image of Cristhian Bahena Rivera transformed in a matter of hours. Now he’s a man accused of illegally living and working in the U.S. on fraudulent documents, of being a predator who kidnapped and killed a beloved young woman, and to some, the monstrous face of a lax immigration system.

Rivera made his initial court appearance Wednesday in a rural Iowa courthouse on a first-degree murder charge in the death of 20-year-old college student Mollie Tibbetts. He sat stone-faced and handcuffed in a striped jail jumpsuit as he said through an interpreter that he understood he faced life in prison if convicted. He was ordered jailed on a $5 million cash-only bond after a prosecutor said he was a danger to the community who was accused of a “heinous crime.”

The turn of events stunned the prominent farm family that employed him for the last four years. They said the 24-year-old worked under a different name and was a good employee who helped take care of their cows and got along with co-workers.

Even after Tibbetts disappeared on July 18 while out for an evening run in the small central Iowa town of Brooklyn, Rivera kept coming to work and “nobody saw a difference” in his demeanour, said Dane Lang, the manager of Yarrabee Farms. His colleagues were stunned Tuesday to learn that he was not only the suspect in Tibbetts’ death, but that he had a different real name than what he went by on the farm, Lang said.

“Our employee is not who he said he was,” Lang said at a news conference at the farm. “This was shocking to us.”

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