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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDATCA View Post
    I gave the guy the benefit of a doubt due to the whole 5 minute story but did look around a bit. I even thought maybe a language issue could be part of the problem at first thinking he was maybe from Central America and not Mexico and things wouldn't translate quite the same.
    If the perpetrator is from Central America, a translation issue could well be accent based. El Salvadorans have a distinctive accent that does not sound Mexican. For somebody who is not a native Spanish speaker and who is used to Mexican accents, El Salvadorans, and espescially rural El Salvadorans who are more likely to have thick accents, can be very difficult to understand at first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vail View Post
    I know rape is the first thing that comes to most people's minds in crimes like this but I feel this could be revenge. Is it possible he was angry at K's parents for some reason, perhaps they were helping his wife leave him, so he took their daughter and threw her in the well...?

    Here is the profile link Knox was asking for translations:

    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php...275902026&_rdr
    Lindas mentiras para ser berda .....xq cuado alguien quiere algo d nosotros o quiere aser algo mas miete m molesta eso pero cadaquien debeser consiente de si mismo

    ok-roughly- pretty lies to be (seem) the truth. because when someone wants something from us or wants to do something the more they lie, this bothers me but everyone has to be conscious (aware) of themselves.

    Pensarron q podian pero aste poyuelo le quedaron aganas d otro tiro y yo no bengo akarisiando el putaso es en seko tenia que ser del puesto y se acuerdan d mi tachiyo ahora soy quien soy ino dejo d serlo

    pretty much, they thought that they could, but i had other things in mind (i wanted a different shot) and i don't come to caress (hug) punches i had to hold my position, remember my tachillo, now i am who i am and i will not stop being me.

    Cuando estas feliz sienpre abra algien q te este ensusiando la bolea o un chismoso o cualquier otra persona pero conmigo sela peliskaron xq ahorita unas cuantas tronpas saben q debieron cayar y n andar d luegua sueta ahora quisas esten con los dientes flojos eran lo querian ahora lo tienen desperto elque estaba dormido o andaba ahusente con la mano un poko adolorida pero nadamas

    when you are happy there is always someone to try to ruin it or a gossip or someone else, but with me they are scratching (they have nothing) because right now some loudmouths they know they should shut up and go away and leave it alone, maybe now with their loose teeth that's what they wanted now that they have awakened the one who was asleep or was absent and now walks away with only a sore hand but no more...


    Abeses soñamos con las cosas q n podemos tener o q n pueden ser pero es de sabios equibokarse pero es mejor aprender d los errores y el q n aprenda ya n se conpuso nia madrasos o me equiboko :-[

    Sometimes we dream about things that we can't have or that we can't be but it is smart to be wrong, but it's better to learn from mistakes and whomever doesn't learn now won't learn not even with a crash or am i wrong?

    these were the only comments i really saw to translate on the page, if there are others, let me know. but i'm sure you'll get the idea from these. it was done fast between lot's of other things so if you need clarification, let me know
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    Okay, I took the time to translate his 3 posts from March 30, 2013 and maybe my translations aren't good, but because this POS has one of the worse Spanish grammars I have ever seen.

    #1 Post:

    ''They thought they could, but this ''chick'' still wanted to get another shot (''tiro'' in Mexican Spanish slang means ''fight'') and I'm not caressing the hard hit which was sudden, it had to be from the ''post'' (in quotes as I don't know if he means Job or something) and they remember my ''tachiyo'' (not sure what the hell he meant at all). Now I am who I am now and I won't stop being myself.''

    #2 post:

    ''When you're happy, there will be someone who will be messing up your ''bolea'' (again, his Spanish grammar is like the one of a 5 year-old) or a snitch or any other person, but with me they're done because now they knew some mouths had to be shut up and not talking crap. Now maybe they're with loose teeth, it's what they wanted, not they got it. Whoever wwas sleeping, he woken up or was busy with the hand hurt, but only that.''

    #3 post:

    ''Sometimes we dream with things we cannot do or that cannot be, but it's for wise people to mess up, but it's better to learn from the mistakes and whoever doesn't learn, hasn't compossed, not even with ''hard hits'' (Madrazos in Mexican Spanish slang often mean ''strong hit'') or am I wrong? :-[''

    There you go, I had a hard time translating it due to his grammar, but maybe I got it.

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    tachillo refers to tachillo torres the mexican drug trafficker who found out his son died and went on a killing spree. i take it to mean that he is who he is (maybe crazy) and is capable of killing, hurting ect.

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    And this guy had access to people's children. Smh

    Quote Originally Posted by videogamedc View Post
    Okay, I took the time to translate his 3 posts from March 30, 2013 and maybe my translations aren't good, but because this POS has one of the worse Spanish grammars I have ever seen.

    #1 Post:

    ''They thought they could, but this ''chick'' still wanted to get another shot (''tiro'' in Mexican Spanish slang means ''fight'') and I'm not caressing the hard hit which was sudden, it had to be from the ''post'' (in quotes as I don't know if he means Job or something) and they remember my ''tachiyo'' (not sure what the hell he meant at all). Now I am who I am now and I won't stop being myself.''

    #2 post:

    ''When you're happy, there will be someone who will be messing up your ''bolea'' (again, his Spanish grammar is like the one of a 5 year-old) or a snitch or any other person, but with me they're done because now they knew some mouths had to be shut up and not talking crap. Now maybe they're with loose teeth, it's what they wanted, not they got it. Whoever wwas sleeping, he woken up or was busy with the hand hurt, but only that.''

    #3 post:

    ''Sometimes we dream with things we cannot do or that cannot be, but it's for wise people to mess up, but it's better to learn from the mistakes and whoever doesn't learn, hasn't compossed, not even with ''hard hits'' (Madrazos in Mexican Spanish slang often mean ''strong hit'') or am I wrong? :-[''

    There you go, I had a hard time translating it due to his grammar, but maybe I got it.
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    Hind sight being what it is....makes those post sound very creepy.

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    Hind sight being what it is.......makes these posts sound creepy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by videogamedc View Post
    #3 post:

    ''Sometimes we dream with things we cannot do or that cannot be, but it's for wise people to mess up, but it's better to learn from the mistakes and whoever doesn't learn, hasn't compossed, not even with ''hard hits'' (Madrazos in Mexican Spanish slang often mean ''strong hit'') or am I wrong? :-[''

    There you go, I had a hard time translating it due to his grammar, but maybe I got it.

    Amaraya and Videogamemc,


    Great translations. I was able to compensate for the bad grammar and horrible spelling, but was lost on nearly all of the slang. I am don't know the Madrazos, slang term, but Mexicans can use the word compuso as slang to mean "broken" or more probably, "busted". He is also using it in the reflexsive (unless that is just another grammar error)

    Thus, the portion with the term "se compuso" might be something like:
    ya n se conpuso nia madrasos o me equiboko :-[

    "... has not already busted oneself on it, nor received a "hard hit", or I am mistaken."

    I think equivocar(se) (written as "me equiboko"?) also implies a mistake that is not one's own fault. Therefore, with the context maybe something like: "has not already "busted" oneself on it, nor received a "hard hit", or I am mistaken from bad info...."
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    Maybe he is doing a show in the interview room because he knows he is on camera...
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    Why wasn't he deported when arrested for beating his wife up? We have enough bad people already, we don't need them coming here illegally and staying only to commit horror in our neighborhoods.


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    y el q n aprenda ya n se conpuso nia madrasos o me equiboko :-[

    madrazos (madrasos) are punches, hits, crashes, etc. "and he who doesn't learn now, won't learn (get it together) not even with a crash, punch, etc. or am i wrong?"

    the grammar, spelling is written as it is said and there is quite a lot of difference between spoken and written. i speak spanish (central american) but i am ok with the mexican (most of the time) words and i am a linguist so that helps to get through the caca of it all

    that being said, it's pretty obvious this guy wanted to show he was tough and comes off as a real violent and aggressive s.o.b. that poor little girl to have to be the victim of such anger and he shows himself in his crime to be a real pendejo. if he was so tough, to take it out on a 10 year old innocent girl. disgusting...

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    I don't really care why he did it. I doubt if a jury made up from the citizens of that county are going to care why he did it much either.

    If there was a sexual assault involved, and the prosecutor decides to go for the death penalty, ole Gustavo is going to spend the next 12 years of his life sitting in a concrete cell waiting for a toxic cocktail to be injected into his veins.

    We don't even know if she was alive or dead when he tossed her down in that well. She may have clinged onto life for a day or two while he was making up stories and denying involvement.

    You can't reform these guys, history has proven that over and over. They need to be removed from society, poste haste.

    His two year old daughter will be much better off if she never knew he existed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amaraya View Post
    that being said, it's pretty obvious this guy wanted to show he was tough and comes off as a real violent and aggressive s.o.b. that poor little girl to have to be the victim of such anger and he shows himself in his crime to be a real pendejo. if he was so tough, to take it out on a 10 year old innocent girl. disgusting...[/FONT][/COLOR]
    This insight shows your skills as a translator. I have translated Spanish from time to time in the past. When I translate, I usually have to do so mechanically. Thus, I can miss things like this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cryptic View Post
    This insight shows your skills as a translator. I have translated Spanish from time to time in the past. When I translate, I usually have to do so mechanically. Thus, I can miss things like this.
    thanks, it took me a bit to get through it because it just broke my heart. usually, you can read this stuff and just think it's some kid posturing and trying to make themselves look big. but knowing, as someone said, in hindsight. it's truly sickening. but- important to see how intrinsic violence and aggressive identity- associating oneself with a crazy murderer, etc; are not to be overlooked. my heart just breaks for this little one. my son and i said prayers for her in spanish last night (i didn't give him the details about the whole story) and i have been holding her close to my heart. poor sweet sunshine of a girl...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeaTime View Post
    Why wasn't he deported when arrested for beating his wife up? We have enough bad people already, we don't need them coming here illegally and staying only to commit horror in our neighborhoods.
    I read something this morning that said he was deported after assaulting his wife

    Here you go

    A law enforcement source told KETK, he somehow got back into the United States after being deported for committing a violent crime in 2014.
    Jail records indicate he served 30 days behind bars for assaulting his wife.


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