Shakopee, Minnesota is best known these days for its Amazon fulfillment center which has attracted large numbers of Somalis and other migrants (who have since protested over conditions at Amazon) and has led to violent crime in the area.
This is the second murder of a woman by an illegal alien.
Shakopee’s leaders and police chief have gone out of their way to tell illegal aliens how much they love them and won’t arrest them.
Column: Is Shakopee now a sanctuary city?
After reading Shakopee Police Chief Jeff Tate’s April 2 letter to State Rep. Ryan Winkler in support of H.F. 1500 on Rep. Brad Tabke’s Twitter feed, I was disappointed and outraged!
In it, Chief Tate claims that giving illegal immigrants driver’s licenses will make the roads safer and mentions a study from Stanford University.
Now an illegal alien has killed another woman in Shakopee.
A Minnesota man who was arrested for beheading his girlfriend and then dumping her body in the middle of the street in full view of horrified neighbors is an illegal immigrant from Cuba wanted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Alexis Saborit-Viltres, 42, has been charged by authorities in Scott County with the gruesome murder of America Mafalda Thayer, 55.
The illegal alien murder is horrifying and gruesome.
‘The driver threw an unknown object into a yard and then dragged something out of the car that looked like a body. The driver then grabbed an object which Witness 2 eventually realized was a human head with blonde hair,’ the complaint says.
Investigators found a ‘black sheath that appeared to be for a machete-style knife’ in the grass near the crime scene.
The machete was found the next day ‘concealed in a bush’ by a woman who was out walking her dog.
And there was, as usual, an extensive criminal record.
Neudauer confirmed that Saborit-Viltres has a lengthy criminal record which includes convictions in Minnesota and Louisiana for domestic abuse, driving under the influence, and fleeing a police officer.
There are pending charges against Saborit-Viltres stemming from a 2020 arrest for first-degree arson, first-degree criminal damage to property, and obstruction of the legal process.
This will only get worse if Minnesota’s sanctuary state bill passes.
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