‘REVEALED: Man accused of raping woman on Philadelphia SEPTA train as passengers ‘filmed it’ is an illegal Congolese immigrant with sex abuse and drugs rap sheet who should have been deported in 2015′


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Ngoy entered the US on a student visa in 2012, but remained after the visa was terminated in 2015, and was protected from deportation by the immigration system despite multiple convictions, according to Fox News

REVEALED: Man accused of raping woman on Philadelphia SEPTA train as passengers ‘filmed it’ is an illegal Congolese immigrant with sex abuse and drugs rap sheet who should have been deported in 2015

  • Alleged rapist Fiston Ngoy, 35, has been present in the US illegally since 2015
  • He overstayed student visa and was not deported after criminal convictions 
  • Ngoy was arrested and charged with raping a woman in public in Philadelphia 
  • Police say bystanders did nothing but pull out their phones and film the attack
  • Finally an off-duty transit worker intervened and called for police help
  • Ngoy claimed he knew the woman and sex was consensual, which she denied 
  • ‘I have no words for it,’ said  Upper Darby Police Superintendent Timothy Bernhardt, who called passenger’s lack of action ‘disturbing’
  •  The victim was taken to a nearby hospital to be treated for injuries she suffered

The man accused of raping a stranger on a metro Philadelphia train full of bystanders who cops say stood and filmed is a Congolese national present in the US illegally, according to a new report. 

Fiston Ngoy, 35, was arrested and charged in the horrifying attack on Wednesday on board a Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) train near the suburb of Upper Darby.

Ngoy entered the US on a student visa in 2012, but remained after the visa was terminated in 2015, and was protected from deportation by the immigration system despite multiple convictions, according to Fox News

Court records show that Ngoy had multiple arrests and two misdemeanor convictions, one for controlled substances and one for sexual abuse.

He pleaded guilty to the sex charge in 2017 in Washington DC and was sentenced to 120 days in jail, and was then placed in immigration detention in January 2018.

However, Ngoy was never deported, because an immigration judge granted him a ‘withholding of removal’ in March 2019, after an appeals board found that his sex crime was not a ‘serious crime’ that made him eligible for removal. 

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