20-Time Deported Mexican Laughs At Sentencing For Rape, Sodomy, Kidnapping, Screams 5 Sick Words At Family

On the heels of the ridiculous and outright foul verdict of “not guilty” for the illegal immigrant murderer of Kate Steinle, it is becoming more obvious that illegals have more rights than citizens in America and the reports of different cases are horrifying. The west coast is a hotbed for illegals to commit heinous crimes and continue to get away with it simply by re-crossing the border after deportation.

A 20 time deported illegal was just convicted for brutal and disgusting acts of violence against women, the charges included sodomy, rape, kidnapping, sexual assault, and many others. Oregon happens to be the very first state to become a sanctuary for illegals as long as they hadn’t committed any other crime back in 1987, but it seems that now any illegal can cross, commit crimes, get deported, and then come right on back in.

Sergio Jose Martinez was arrested and released just a week prior to the last assault against a 65-year old woman. He wasn’t deported automatically as he should have been, even under sanctuary laws, and it allowed for him to hurt an American citizen in ways that no one should ever have to go through.

According to 100% Fed Up :

Next time you see a Democrat lawmaker, thank them for supporting sanctuary cities and states, and making every American less safe…

A Mexican man who was deported from the US 20 times has been convicted of 10 counts including sexual assault in Oregon.

On Friday, Sergio Jose Martinez, 31, was sentenced to 35 years in prison in a Portland courtroom after pleading guilty to kidnapping, sexual assault, sodomy and several other counts, KOIN reported.

Martinez smiled throughout the trial, and as he left, he gave one grim parting shot to his two victims’ relatives: ‘See all you guys in Hell.’

The first attack occurred early on the morning of July 24, when Martinez entered the Northeast Portland home of a 65-year-old woman through a window she had left open to cool the house.

Wielding a metal rod, Martinez told the woman to get down on the ground, where he bound and blindfolded her, threatened to murder her, and then sexually assaulted her, KGW reported.

He stole the woman’s purse and car; she called the police from a neighbor’s home, and they located the vehicle and put it under surveillance.

While they kept an eye on the car, however, Martinez was stalking his second victim in a parking garage on the corner of Northeast 21st Avenue and Northeast Halsey Street.

He approached her carrying a knife and made her get into her car; as he got in after her she attempted to escape, but he was able to grab her and start slamming her head into the ground.

The woman called out for help and as passersby approached, Martinez attempted to steal her car, then fled on foot when it failed to start. Police caught him minutes later.

Two relatives of one of the victims, and one of the victims herself spoke during the sentencing phase Friday, in which Martinez often grinned.

A brother of one victim told Martinez: ‘Sergio, no sentencing is enough. I rather you rot in Hell.’

Deputy District Attorney Amity Girt, the prosecutor on the case, said: ‘We had some very powerful victim impact statements that said it all.

‘It was really breathtaking to hear the far-reaching consequences of violent crime, the emotional injury.’

Under the agreement that spared Martinez a possibly longer sentence if he had been found guilty at trial, he pleaded guilty to 10 counts, including first-degree burglary, sodomy, sex abuse, kidnapping, robbery, and second-degree assault.

Martinez’s lawyer, Jonathan Sarre, said his client ‘suffers from some mental illnesses; often such people may do inappropriate things in these situations.’

However, he acknowledged that a doctor had declared Martinez competent to stand trial.
Martinez had been freed from jail in Portland a week before the attacks; he was in there for interfering with police and providing a false birth date.

He was released despite a request from US Immigration and Customs Enforcement for the Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office to hold him so the agency could take him into custody.

Oregon became America’s first sanctuary state when it adopted a law in 1987 preventing law enforcement from detaining people who are in the United States illegally but have not broken other laws. –Daily Mail 

Sanctuary cities are not what they once were, and the laws absolutely need to be removed when an illegal is more protected than a citizen. This man should have been jailed for life after the second deportation at the minimum. He never entered this country with the intent to live peacefully and prosper. He came here to hurt women because he knew he could get away with it for so long. While the newest verdict is one that many can accept, there are many that he has scarred and hurt that will never accept him laid up on tax payer money.

H/T [ 100% Fed Up , Daily Mail ]

 

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