ALERT: What the Media Didn’t Tell You About Teen Who Beheaded His Mother

ALERT: What the Media Didn’t Tell You About Teen Who Beheaded His Mother

Initial reports listed this psychotic murderer as a resident of North Carolina. Just another “teen gone bad story.”

Well, it’s more than that.

America had another psychotic criminal in its midst. If it were up to President Trump, these criminals would remain problems of their native countries. However, because of Leftists, illegal alien teen Funes Machada was arrested Tuesday after beheading his mother.

The head was in the front yard for awhile before police came. However, as ABC 11 reported, when police arrived, Machada had his mother’s head in his hand.

The Franklin County District Attorney said Tuesday that 18-year-old Oliver Mauricio Funes Machada will be moved to Central Prison because it’s “more appropriate for any special needs he may have.”

Machada is being held without bond on a first-degree murder charge after deputies say he decapitated his mother at their home on Morgan Drive near Stonehill Drive just south of U.S. Highway 64 Monday afternoon. The area is east of Zebulon – near the Wake County line.

At a a preliminary hearing Tuesday, both the prosecution and defense said they expect mental health to be an issue in the case. According to court documents, Machada took four different medications for psychosis and schizophrenia.

Federal officials also said Tuesday that Machada is in the country illegally and they’ve issued an immigration detainer for him.

“ICE is focused on identifying, arresting and removing public safety threats, such as convicted criminal aliens and gang members, as well as individuals who have violated our nation’s immigration laws,” a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesperson told ABC11.

Local investigators called it a horrific crime.

“Officers encountered the suspect holding a knife and, as reported, also holding his mother’s head in the other arm,” Franklin County Sheriff’s Office Chief of Staff Terry Wright said.


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