NY woman who captured accused child rapist migrant in a headlock describes why she beat him

It turns out that a criminal alien who raped a 13-year-old girl was caught by a woman — a very, very, very angry woman.

Angela Sauretti is her name, and she’s a 23-year-old who recognized the thug, Christian Geovanny Inga-Landi, from an NYPD wanted poster on Instagram and immediately took action.

As previously reported, Inga-Landi is a 25-year-old Ecuadorian criminal alien who entered the country illegally in June of 2021. He raped a 13-year-old girl during an assault that happened last week.

“The sexual assault took place at about 3:30 p.m. Thursday when two schoolmates, a 13-year-old male and a 13-year-old female, were approached by a man in Kissena Park,” according to ABC News.

“The man flashed what police described as a ‘large machete-style knife’ and forced the 13-year-old victims to walk for several minutes into a wooded area. The individual then forcibly removed the cellphones of both victims, tied the boy and girl’s wrists together with a shoelace, and sexually assaulted the female victim before fleeing the location on foot in an unknown direction,” as reported by ABC News.

Sometime after the assault, Sauretti recognized Inga-Landi on the streets and took immediate action.

“I pointed him out [to a friend],” she later recalled to The Daily Beast. I’m like, ‘Yo, that’s him?’ [The friend] said, ‘Yes, that’s him.’ That’s what confirmed it. And everything just spiraled from there.”

She immediately grabbed the hooligan by the hoodie.

“He tried to run, so I put him in a headlock,” she told The Daily Beast.

But he continued to struggle, so she gave him a piece of her mind.

“He got something that his mother should have done to him,” she recalled. “I’ll put it that way. As a woman, I had to really set the tone and remind him, ‘It wasn’t a man that did this to you. It was a woman.’”


The thug then made the mistake of continuing to resist. Sauretti didn’t like this.

“You did that to a woman, and a woman got back and did this to you,” she said. “So it had him contemplating, ‘Maybe I won’t mess with the next woman.’ Because you never know. There’s nice ones and there’s ones that will really defend themselves and go all out.”

Inga-Landi for his part tried to play coy.

“He said, ‘Let me explain!’” according to Sauretti. “I’m like, ‘There’s nothing to explain. You’re a rapist.’ He said, ‘I don’t care.’ I’m like, ‘What do you mean you don’t care? You’re a rapist.’ He said, ‘I don’t care.’”

Sauretti wasn’t alone in thrashing the thug.

“Another woman, 67-year-old Isabel Caizado, kicked the man before taking off one of her shoes to hit him with it,” according to The Daily Beast. “Those who joined in included Daniel Ramos, who had overheard [Inga-Landi] saying an hour earlier that he intended to board a plane for Ecuador in the morning.”

During the melee, Inga-Landi’s black hoodie and T-shirt came off, and Sauretti and her crew spotted a tattoo of either a boar or a bull with red eyes. It was the same tattoo mentioned in the Instagram poster.

“That’s what made us go even harder,” Sauretti said.

Which in turn prompted the man to flee under a car for protection.

“Like a cat,” Sauretti said, mocking him.

“Sauretti and the others kept the car surrounded so he could not escape. She figures that the man was lucky that the police arrived on the scene when they did,” The Daily Beast noted.

“He was still bare-chested when he was [eventually] perp walked from the 112 Precinct station house later in the morning, the tattoo there for all to see,” the paper noted.

Sauretti has since collected a $10,000 reward, though she claims that wasn’t the motivation for her whooping the punk.

“I would have done it even if it wasn’t a reward because at the end of the day, I feel as if that’s the right thing to do,” she said.

She added that her mom is a school crossing guard and she aspires to get into radiology.

“I have structure. I have boundaries. I know where I stand, what I like, what I don’t like, what I want to do, what I don’t want to do. Nobody can peer pressure me. Nobody can tell me what to do,”  she said.

Vivek Saxena


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