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IMG 8061 Mollie Cecilia Tibbetts missing

Mollie Cecilia Tibbetts, a University of Iowa student, disappeared on July 18, 2018, while jogging near her home in Brooklyn, Iowa. After a month-long search, police identified 24-year-old
Cristhian Bahena Rivera as a suspect using surveillance camera footage that showed his car following her on her jog. He led police to her body in a Poweshiek County cornfield on August 21
and was charged with first-degree murder.

Rivera's immigration status became a politicized issue after police, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement indicated he had been in the
country illegally. The case became a political talking point for and against the immigration policies of the Trump administration. Tibbetts' family denounced the efforts to exploit and
politicize Tibbetts' death.

Mollie Cecilia Tibbetts was born on May 8, 1998, in San Francisco, California, to Rob Tibbetts and Laura Calderwood. When she was in the second grade, her parents divorced, and she moved to
Iowa with her mother and two siblings.1 Her father kept in touch with the family through telephone, and he last saw her at his wedding in 2017.23 At the time of her disappearance, she was a
resident of Brooklyn, Iowa, a small town about 70 miles (110 km) east of Des Moines, and a psychology major at the University of Iowa.4 She was preparing for her sophomore year in college
when she disappeared.1

On July 18, 2018, Tibbetts, a former cross country runner, left the home of her boyfriend's brother in Brooklyn for an evening jog.14 She was last seen at approximately 7:30 p.m. CDT and
was reported missing by her family when she did not show up for work the following day.5 According to police, her last confirmed communication was with her boyfriend of three years, shortly
before leaving for her jog.1 Her boyfriend was out of town for work in Dubuque, Iowa, over 130 miles (210 km) away.6 He told investigators he received a Snapchat message from her later in
the evening that appeared to show her indoors.4

Over the next several weeks, police in multiple states investigated hundreds of leads in the case,7 including an unconfirmed sighting at a truck stop in Kearney, Missouri5 (later confirmed
to have been false),7 but were not able to locate Tibbetts. They received over 2,300 tips8 and conducted over 500 interviews during the course of the investigation.9 As she was known to
always wear her Fitbit activity tracker, police attempted to use its data to help find her.10

About a week prior to her body being found, police said that the search had been refocused to several specific areas in and around Brooklyn, including her boyfriend's home, a truck stop, a
car wash, and two area farms.11 Prior to the discovery of Tibbetts' body, monetary rewards for information leading to closure in the case had reached over $366,000, surpassing the previous
record reward amount raised by the local Crime Stoppers branch.12 As the money was to be used on the condition of her return alive, the money will be returned to those who requested it, or
dispersed to the general Crime Stoppers fund and/or to the Tibbetts family.13

On August 21, police in Iowa announced that a body had been found in Poweshiek County,14 where Tibbetts' hometown of Brooklyn is located; the body was identified as Tibbetts' in an autopsy
that was conducted two days later by the Iowa State Medical Examiner.15 They had been led to the site by 24-year-old suspect Cristhian Bahena Rivera.1416

On August 23, the Iowa State Medical Examiner performed an autopsy and recorded the cause of death as "multiple sharp force injuries" and the manner as homicide.

Cristhian Bahena Rivera, age 24, lived and worked in the rural Poweshiek County area where Tibbetts vanished.1718 Originally from El Guayabillo, Guerrero, Mexico,19 he arrived in the United
States at age 17 and had lived in the area for a few years.20 He had worked at another farm before coming to Yarrabee Farms near Brooklyn, Iowa, in August 2014.20

Rivera became a target of investigators after they obtained footage from a nearby surveillance camera, showing a Chevrolet Malibu driving back and forth in the area where Tibbetts was
jogging. After linking the car to him, police approached him without incident.2122 They said he confessed to kidnapping and killing her and dumping her body. According to an affidavit filed
by the Poweshiek County Sheriff's Office, he led them to the body in a secluded location within a cornfield.23

A spokesman for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said its systems did not indicate Rivera "has any lawful immigration status." . Later, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
confirmed this determination, by saying "law enforcement remains absolutely confident that we’ve correctly identified the suspect as an illegal alien from Mexico."2526 Rivera worked at
Yarrabee Farms, owned by the family of a prominent Iowa Republican leader, Craig Lang. As part of his employment, the Lang family, including Nicole Schlinger, a top Republican fundraiser,
allowed Rivera to live rent-free on their land. Yarabee Farms initially claimed that they had vetted Rivera's immigration status through the federal E-Verify program. After E-Verify
indicated that Yarabee Farms was not subscribed to its program, Yarabee Farms said it used the Social Security Administration system and clarified that Rivera had given them false
information.2724282930 In a motion for a gag order on August 22, Rivera's lawyer said Rivera was in the United States legally.24

On August 22, Rivera was charged with first-degree murder.19 The judge raised his bond from $1 million to $5 million when the prosecutor noted he is a flight risk.31

On August 24, Rivera changed his legal counsel and rescinded several motions filed by his original attorney. He is now represented by Chad Frese and Jennifer Frese, a married couple who
normally work for different law firms, but are privately retained by Rivera's relatives.32

In August 2018 after her body was recovered, the Tibbetts family released a statement in which they asked for time to process the information and to share their grief in private.33 In
addition, Tibbetts' father responding to Donald Trump, Jr., criticized Trump Jr., political operators, commentators, and others as "heartless" and "despicable" in the use of her death in
politics, and particularly decried the use against immigrants.34 During the politicization, Tibbetts' friend, aunt and distant second cousin spoke out against the sentiment.35 Her parents
asked that her death not be used for political ends, a request which was ignored by Karin Housley and President Trump.3637 The cousin asked conservative commentator Candace Owens on Twitter
to "stop being a fucking snake and using my cousins death as political propaganda", after Owens had invoked it to complain about left-wing media.3738

At her funeral Tibbetts' father echoed the sentiment, stating, "But we need to turn toward life – Mollie's life – because Mollie's nobody's victim. Mollie's my hero."39 He continued his
support for the Hispanic community, and rebuked the negative comments made by others by stating; "The Hispanic community are Iowans. They have the same values as Iowans. As far as I'm
concerned, they're Iowans with better food."40 He denounced those who exploited her death to promote a "racist" agenda.41

Vice President Mike Pence called attention to the case at the beginning of a speech in Des Moines on August 15, telling a crowd of President Donald Trump's supporters that the government
would continue to provide "any and all federal support" to the case. Pence later met with the Tibbetts family aboard Air Force Two.12

Trump made a video statement on August 22 saying: “A person came in from Mexico illegally and killed her. We need the wall, we need our immigration laws changed, we need our border laws
changed."42

Tibbetts' death was mocked by some Twitter users in response to her tweet "I hate white people", made after the United States Senate special election in Alabama in 2017.43 Others heckled a
reply she made about Trump marrying an immigrant.44

The case became a political talking point for and against the immigration policies of the Trump administration.45 Conservatives emphasized that the suspect had entered the country
illegally, while liberals accused the conservative response of fearmongering, given studies finding immigrants less likely to commit crimes.46 The immigration status of the suspect has also
raised debates about the differential treatment of undocumented farm workers to other undocumented immigrants in the United States.47

Tibbetts' younger brother and his football team memorialized her by printing her initials on the team jerseys.48 Some runners used the hashtag #MilesforMollie to highlight harassment and
safety issues women who run face, since she had been attacked while running.4950 Her friends started an online group that gained attention on social media called "The Mollie Movement",
which encourages people to be kind to each other in her honor.51 During her funeral, her family called for mourners to remember her passion for life and desire to help others, by
"celebrating something wonderful", such as her father highlighting a couple who had been married the day previous.39

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