There is only one way to describe this horrific crime: pure evil. This will enrage you when you read about what happened to this elderly and kind hearted man when two illegal aliens broke into his home.
Two illegal aliens will spend decades in prison after tying up a 90-year-old farmer in Minnesota and beating him to death last April.
Reinol Vergara and Edson Benitez pled guilty to second-degree murder and assisting to second degree murder.
“They left him helpless on his living room flow as they ransacked his home, as he was bleeding to death, they cut the phone line and left him for dead,” Carver County Attorney Mark Metz said at the sentencing, ABC 5 Eyewitness News reports.
The alien killers preyed on Earl Olander because they knew he was elderly and alone,according to CBS Minnesota.
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According to CBS, the illegal aliens beat the man and ransacked his home because they knew he lived alone after they had done a paint job for them:
According to the complaint, Vergara told police that he had recently painted Olander’s house and knew he’d be an easy target because he lived alone and had money. They drove to his house on April 9 or 10 to rob him. The two men brought with them a black bag that contained a shotgun, duct tape and rope.
The complaint states they entered Olander’s residence through an unlocked back door. Olander was sleeping on the couch when the two men put a blanket over his head and attacked him. Olander fought back, but was hit it the back of the head with a shotgun. He was also hit on his face, head and body and his hands were bound with duct tape while the two men ransacked the home.
According to the complaint, the items stolen from the residence included coins, old silverware, two dollar bills and a large bible written in European language. The two men then fled the scene and drove back to the Twin Cities.
This was part of the scene in the courtroom:
Prosecutors say he struggled, and may have suffered for hours before he died.
Cameras were allowed in court Friday for the sentencing.
“What happened to my uncle was pure evil,” said Mary Rothfusz, Earl’s niece.
Vergara sat in his orange jumpsuit, hands shackled, headphones on listening to his interpreter.
He admitted he was at Olander’s house just over a year ago, he knew the house and Earl from painting jobs he’d done there.
Something Earl’s niece Mary found especially disheartening.
“When the defendant painted his house my uncle brought him water and snacks from the store,” she said.
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If you wanted to know just how many illegal immigrants have been released by the DHS last year, just take a look at this:
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. tried repeatedly to deport Jean Jacques, an immigrant living in the U.S. illegally, but his native Haiti wouldn’t take him back after he served more than a decade in a state prison for attempted murder and committed multiple parole violations.
Each time Jacques was arrested on a parole violation, he would serve a sentence in state prison and then be released to immigration custody. At least three times, Haiti refused to take him back, so Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials in early 2015 did the same thing they do thousands of times a year – they released a violent criminal immigrant from jail.
Six months later, Jacques killed Casey Chadwick, a young Norwich, Connecticut, woman. He was convicted of murder last April and faces sentencing this summer.
Jacques is a textbook example of the kind of immigrant living in the U.S. illegally that the Obama administration says should be returned to his home country.
Jacques’ release and that of more than 19,700 convicted criminal immigrants during the 2015 budget year reveal yet another complication in the country’s complex immigration system. ICE has released tens of thousands of convicted criminals. Combined, those people have been convicted of hundreds of thousands of crimes, including murder and sexual assault.
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