Alexis Saborit, a 44-yr-old illegal alien from Cuba, has been found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to life behind bars without the possibility of parole for beheading his 55-yr-old girlfriend with a machete while inside his vehicle in Shakopee, MN. in Minnesota after he struck her with an 8-lb. dumbbell. Saborit was wanted by ICE at the time of the gruesome murder.

ICE had tried in 2012 to remove Saborit from the US, but his native Cuba would not approve the travel documents, according to an ICE spokesperson.

56-year-old America Mafalda Thayer was killed on July 28, 2021, by the illegal alien Alexis Saborit, following a tumultuous 12-year relationship.

A bystander, who was one of several witnesses who watched the illegal alien decapitate her with the machete, filmed the gruesome scene with her phone, which included footage of Saborit dragging her headless body out of the vehicle, followed by her decapitated head, which he carried by her hair.

According to the New York Post – He was on the way with his girlfriend to court at the time to appear on felony charges of allegedly setting fire to their apartment during a confrontation with cops.

Saborit reportedly went ballistic after Thayer told him she wanted to end their tumultuous, 12-year relationship.

Scott County District Judge Caroline Lennon wrote in her verdict Thursday that “the court finds beyond a reasonable doubt that [the] defendant acted with premeditation,” the Star Tribune reported.

She wrote that Saborit’s “decision to put down the dumbbell and use the machete is evidence of a deliberate mental thought process.”

Illegal aliens entering the United States across our southern border have reached the highest number in four decades. Instead of arriving by boat, Cuban immigrants are now arriving by foot aided by Nicaragua, which according to the New York Times, dropped visa requirements late last year for Cubans, giving them a toehold in Central America to journey overland through Mexico to the United States. American officials have accused Nicaragua’s authoritarian president, Daniel Ortega, of enacting the policy to pressure the United States to drop sanctions on his country.

The surge in Cubans trying to cross the southern border represents just a portion of migrants who have, at times overwhelmed border officials as undocumented crossings continue to rise under the Biden administration. March 2021 set a record for the number of people caught crossing illegally in a single month in two decades: 221,303.

Since October — the start of the federal government’s 2022 fiscal year — nearly 79,000 Cubans have arrived at the United States’ southern border, more than in the previous two years combined, according to Customs and Border Protection figures. In March, more than 32,000 Cubans arrived at the border, most of them flying first to Nicaragua then traveling overland to the United States, according to a senior State Department official, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of ongoing dialogue with the Cuban government.

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