This teen learns the hard way that you don’t mess with a little girl.
An arrest in the July 2016 murder of 18-year old Xavier Sierra took a while, but Connie Serbu was arrested on August 25, 2017, for second-degree murder.
Serbu admits to killing Sierra after her daughter told her that he had raped her several years earlier.
Serbu’s daughter was 6-years old when the rape allegedly occurred.
And Serbu is unapologetic.
A Florida mom has confessed to murdering a teenage boy in revenge for him allegedly raping her six-year-old daughter.
Connie Serbu lured 18-year-old Xavier Sierra to a wooded area in Naples, where she confronted him about the rape, before shooting him dead, police say.
She then called the cops herself, reportedly telling officers: ‘So I don’t care, he raped my daughter, I don’t care, he sodomized my daughter… she told me everything that happened.’
Source: Daily Mail
Serbu had texted Sierra to assist in building a bunk bed for cash. She picked him up and then picked up her mentally disabled brother, John Vargas, 29, whom she had enlisted assistance in her murder plot.
Instead of going to her home, she drove them to the woods in Naples.
When the car was stopped, Sierra attempted to flee but was caught by Vargas and the two wrestled for two guns.
Vargas was shot once in the abdomen and died from his wounds.
Sierra had been shot a total of 6 times.
Serbu had called the police herself and said that she didn’t care — he had raped her daughter.
The rape of a child is horrific and deserves harsh punishment.
It should not be done at the hands of vigilantes, however.
Otherwise, it becomes a free-for-all and there will be a million reasons why so-and-so ‘deserved it’.
That’s why we, as citizens, need to make sure that our legal system functions properly.
We need to protect our young children to the best of our ability.
A 6-year old is not prepared to fight back against a rapist, but older girls can.
We need to raise them right and teach them skills to defend themselves and how to use a gun for self-defense.
It’s important, people.
There are some real bad hombres out there.
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