In a suburb of Minneapolis, Minnesota, an employee of the MyPillow company was beheaded in broad daylight. A graphic video of the murder began circulating on social media soon after the incident, The GOP Times reports.

MyPillow employee America Mafalda Thayer, 55, was beheaded, and her death was captured on video. The incident occurred near the intersection of 4th Avenue and Spencer Street in Shakopee, Minnesota, a suburb of Minneapolis.

Shakopee Police Department responded to a report of a stabbing incident at the intersection of Fourth Avenue and Spencer Street.

Shakopee officers found 55-year-old America Mafalda Thayer of Shakopee on the sidewalk with stab wounds. She was pronounced dead at the scene.

Officers quickly apprehended 42-year-old Alexis Saborit of Shakopee on suspicion of second-degree murder. He is being held in the Scott County Jail pending charges.

At this time, investigators believe the suspect knew the victim and this wasn’t a random act.

Investigators from the Shakopee Police Department are investigating the death. The Minnesota BCA processed the crime scene.

The Shakopee Police Department also wants to express its appreciation to the agencies who responded to assist on the incident. The department would also like to extend its condolences to the family of the victim.

In a Twitter thread, Crime Watch Minneapolis reported:

Shakopee PD has confirmed that Alexis Saborit is in custody related to yesterday’s homicide in which it appeared the victim was beheaded. As we alluded last night, Saborit was ordered to have a mental illness evaluation related to arson charges last fall.

Despite the court’s observation & his defense’s claim that Saborit was mentally ill, he was released on bail. This spring, his conditional release was ordered revoked & a court doc claimed he was a danger to people & community. Judge Richard C. Perkins ordered him released.

Saborit had a hearing scheduled on the arson charge yesterday, in which he was scheduled to appear at just about the time the murder was allegedly committed.

A source tells us that Saborit’s 2017 gross misdemeanor conviction on domestic assault was against the same victim Saborit allegedly murdered yesterday.

In that case, Saborit received a stay-of-imposition from Judge Eric J. Braaten and was placed on probation.

Court docs appear to confirm that the domestic abuse victim in the 2017 case had the initials A.T., same as yesterday’s homicide victim.
Court records state that the victim & Saborit had been dating for 7 years at that point. He thought she had spoken to another man at a bar.

Court records indicate that Saborit has two separate prior criminal convictions on domestic abuse-battery in in Jefferson Parrish, Louisiana.

The Medical Examiner has officially identified America Mafalda Thayer, 55, as the victim in this homicide stating she died due to decapitation with multiple sharp and blunt force injuries and manner of death is homicide.

ICE confirms that Alexis Saborit was in the US illegally.

Saborit had an ICE detainer notated in his 2017 domestic assault case.

This means that authorities who had the authority to do something about that did nothing about it.

From Powerline:

• This case presents two sides of immigration — legal and illegal.

• Saborit was an illegal alien from Cuba who entered the United States in Texas via Mexico. America Thayer was a legal immigrant (also from Cuba) who changed her name to America when she became a citizen.

• ICE did its job — it flagged Saborit coming in when he crossed in 2007 and subsequently procured two deportation orders on him.

• ICE was unable to deport Saborit because Cuba wouldn’t take him back.

• This case seems to reflect the limitations of immigration law when it is functioning as currently prescribed.

• Now ICE has been disabled by Biden. It is a demoralized agency that is prevented by the administration from fulfilling its mission.

• Numerous Minnesota ICE officers have decamped for the IRS.

• At the time he murdered America, Saborit had several convictions for domestic assault in Louisiana as well as Minnesota. He had been convicted of assaulting America in Minnesota in 2017 and released on probation. I do not believe he served any time on that conviction.

• Saborit was charged with arson for setting his apartment on fire in November 2020. Police had been called to a nearby bar where Saborit had been seen bashing out car windows with a baseball bat. He wielded gasoline, a baseball bat and a machete when police came to apprehend him at his apartment.

This all comes as the dems are calling to defund the police, abolish ICE have the southern border wide open.

Absolutely unbelievable!

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