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Matthew S. Family and friends of the four slain women gathered for a candlelight vigil at a park in downtown Laredo, Texas, in September. Juan David Ortiz has pleaded not guilty to charges of capital murder. Juan David Ortiz, a U. Border Patrol agent, pleaded not guilty Thursday to capital murder in the deaths of four women, The Associated Press reports. His "killing spree" might have continued, prosecutors say, had they not caught a "lucky break" when a fifth kidnapped woman escaped and contacted authorities.
Prosecutors say that Ortiz thought it was his duty to clean up the streets of Laredo, a border town in Southwest Texas. So he began picking up alleged sex workers, driving them to remote areas, and then shooting them in the head, prosecutors say. Ortiz thought law enforcement wasn't doing enough to stop prostitution in Laredo, so he believed he was "doing a service" by killing the women, Ortiz said.
Prosecutors are seeking the death penalty because Ortiz's "vigilante mentality" presents a "future danger to society. Ortiz's not-guilty plea came on the same day President Trump visited the border down of McAllen, Texas, a few hours south of Laredo. Trump, who visited a Border Patrol station and held a roundtable discussion with local officials, was there to make his case for a wall, NPR reported. While on the border, Trump criticized the media for not sufficiently covering crime and violence by undocumented immigrants, NPR's Wade Goodwyn reported.
During the roundtable meeting, Trump met with family members of officers killed by undocumented immigrants. Ortiz, who worked as a Border Patrol supervisor by day, was off-duty and driving his own truck when the attacks took place, NPR has reported. Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player.
NPR Shop. Border Patrol, killed the women believed to be sex workers because he wanted to "clean the streets," prosecutors say. Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email. January 11, AM ET. Enlarge this image. Border Patrol crime.