The Serial Killer Castro Sent to New York City
Thirty-four years after Jesus Aguilera was sprung from a Cuban prison and then unleashed nine months of terror on the Bronx, he was back in court to face U.S. justice for murder.
Serial killer Jesus Aguilera came to us from Cuba after the Castro regime emptied its jails and mental hospitals onto our shores more than three decades ago.
On Monday afternoon, the 61-year-old Aguilera stood impassive in a Bronx courtroom as the older daughter of one of his victims confronted him with a searingly beautiful vision of divine justice.
“As you take your final breath, I pray that your last vision is of the Almighty God surrounded by all the victims, known and unknown, and you vividly see these women, joyful, healthy, powerful, and whole, forever untouched by the evil that destroyed you and your humanity,” the daughter, Robin Bynoe, said as she addressed Aguilera directly in her victim’s impact statement prior to his sentencing for the 1981 murder of her mother.