Illegal Alien Who Admitted To Decapitating Girlfriend Found ‘Not Guilty’

An illegal alien who admitted to decapitating his girlfriend and was convicted of murder earlier this year has now been found not guilty because of a supposed mental illness.

Alexi Saborit-Viltres, an illegal alien from Cuba who was released from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) custody into the United States in 2012, was arrested and charged with second-degree murder in 2021. The brutal broad-daylight beheading in Shakopee, Minnesota, was witnessed by numerous people — and Saborit-Viltres even confessed to the murder.

One bystander saw the illegal alien pull his 55-year-old girlfriend, America Mafalda Thayer, out of her vehicle — grabbing her head by her hair and decapitating her.

After Saborit-Viltres was arrested, he admitted to the police that he was in a long-term relationship with Thayer — and she had told him that she wanted to end their relationship while they were on their way to court. He admitted to the officers that he had murdered her with a machete because Thayer had “gone too far” by wanting to leave him.

In May of this year, Saborit-Viltres was found guilty of first-degree premeditated murder. However, a judge has decided that the illegal alien was not guilty because of a supposed “mental illness.”

In her ruling, Judge Caroline Lennon cited psychologists who had determined that the illegal alien’s “mental illness prevented him from understanding his actions were morally wrong,” according to Fox 9.

This decision came after Saborit-Viltres’ defense team filed a motion on July 12, claiming that the illegal alien should be found not guilty due to his supposed mental illness — which came as he was facing a potential life sentence.

The ruling cited Saborit-Viltres’ hospitalizations in 2013 for “bizarre delusions” and a traumatic brain injury he suffered as the result of a 2017 car crash — which caused him to experience hallucinations. He was also hospitalized in May 2020 because he thought there was a camera in his head after the crash.

According to Fox 9, Saborit-Viltres has been diagnosed with multiple mental illnesses — including psychosis and delusions — and was supposed to be deported ten years ago, but ICE agents were unable to get travel documents for the illegal alien.

His deceased girlfriend had been employed at Mike Lindell’s “My Pillow” company, and had changed her name to “America” after she legally immigrated to the U.S. and became a naturalized citizen.

Thayer’s family is shocked by the ruling, and has begun speaking out about Saborit-Viltres’ past violent acts toward his girlfriend.