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MOLLIE MURDER Mollie Tibbetts, 20, died after being 'stabbed multiple times' as illegal immigrant charged with murder in Iowa

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May 10, 2019, 9:05:04 AM5/10/19
The student was allegedly abducted and killed by an illegal
immigrant in Brooklyn, Iowa, last month

A COLLEGE student, 20, who went missing while out on a jog died
after being "stabbed multiple times", an autopsy report says.

Mollie Tibbetts was allegedly abducted and killed by an illegal
immigrant in Brooklyn, Iowa, last month.

Cops have revealed the tragic final moments of 20-year-old
Mollie Tibbetts, who is alleged to have been killed by a Mexican
Cops have revealed the tragic final moments of 20-year-old
Mollie Tibbetts, who is alleged to have been killed by a Mexican

Authorities announced that preliminary autopsy results from the
state medical examiner's office show she was the victim of a
homicide who died from "multiple sharp force injuries."

State medical examiner Dennis Klein declined to comment on the
details of her injuries, and said that his office would hire
consultants to analyse her remains further.

The man charged with first-degree murder in Tibbetts' death,
Cristhian Bahena Rivera, allegedly led investigators to her body
early Tuesday in a cornfield.

While investigators were confident then that the body was that
of the University of Iowa psychology major, the autopsy
definitively confirmed her identity.

What we know so far...

Mollie Tibbetts, 20, was out running on July 18 when she
disappeared, triggering a huge search in Brooklyn, Iowa
Five weeks later, Cristhian Bahena Rivera, an illegal Mexican
immigrant named, was arrested and charged with her murder
Police found Rivera, 24, through CCTV which showed a Chevy
Malibu connected to him driving around where Mollie was jogging
He later told police that he got out of the car and starting
running alongside Mollie, who threatened to call the cops
Rivera, who later led police to where he dumped her in a corn
field, said he blacked out, then came to as he was dragging her
body out of the trunk
An autopsy found Mollie died of 'multiple sharp force injuries'
Republican lawmakers and Donald Trump have used the attack to
push their anti-immigration agenda ahead of the mid-terms in the

Cristhian Bahena Rivera, 24, terrorised other girls in the town
of Brooklyn, Iowa, before murdering Molly Tibbett's, locals say
Prosecutors allege that Rivera abducted Tibbetts while she was
out for an evening run in Brooklyn on July 18, killed her and
disposed of her body in the secluded location.

A criminal complaint alleges that Rivera confessed during a
lengthy interrogation to following Tibbetts in his car, getting
out on foot and chasing after her.

Rivera told investigators that he panicked after Tibbetts
threatened to call police on her phone, he blacked out and later
came to when he was unloading her bloody body from the trunk of
a car, it says.

Rivera worked for the last four years at a dairy farm a few
miles from where Tibbetts was last seen.

He and Tibbetts have no known connections other than that Rivera
allegedly told investigators that he saw her running previously.

Investigators zeroed in on him as the suspect after obtaining
footage from surveillance cameras showing a vehicle connected to
him circling the area of Tibbetts' running route.

Earlier this week, investigators said they were uncertain how
Tibbetts was killed or whether she was sexually assaulted.
They've made no mention of recovering a knife or other weapon
linked to the death.

Rivera, a native of Mexico who is suspected of being in the US
illegally, made his initial court appearance Wednesday and is
being jailed on a $5million (Ł3.9million) cash-only bond.

He faces life in prison without the possibility of parole if

Within hours of the arrest, President Donald Trump seized on the
news that Rivera was allegedly in the country illegally to call
for stricter immigration laws.

And in an interview that aired Thursday, he said on "Fox &
Friends" that Tibbetts was a "beautiful young girl" killed by a
"horrible person that came in from Mexico, illegally here."

Trump has claimed that people living in the US illegally often
commit crimes, but studies by social scientists and the
libertarian Cato Institute reject that assertion.

The studies show that states with higher shares of people living
in the country illegally have lower violent crime rates.

The president also said the suspect was "found by" agents from
Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, an agency that some
liberals have called for abolishing because of tactics they view
as overly harsh.

An ICE spokesman said Thursday that its agents worked with state
and local investigators in "identifying, locating and
interviewing the suspect."

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