Two Illegals Get Light Sentences After Heinous Crimes Against U.S. Citizens

Startling new courtroom details indicate that illegal aliens are receiving relatively light sentences for heinous crimes against American citizens, including manslaughter and rape.

In Oregon, Eduardo de la Lima Vargas, an illegal alien who recently killed a young couple while driving drunk, was only sentenced to 12 years for orphaning the couple’s three children.

For family members of Vargas’ victims, Logan and Jessica Wilson, the sentence came as a “slap in the face.”

Meanwhile, in Mississippi, illegal alien 38-year-old Valentin Ariosto Alfonso-Arguello was sentenced to 20 years for the rape of a 12-year-old girl.

With an estimated 22 million illegals living in the US, authorities have determined that in just 2018, illegals committed over 1,500 murders, 5,000 cases of sexual abuse against children, and over 50,000 incidents of driving while intoxicated.

From Breitbart:

Two illegal aliens received prison sentences of 12 to 20 years, one for killing a young couple in a sanctuary city and another for raping a 12-year-old girl.

The Angel Family of 34-year-old Logan Wilson and his wife 32-year-old Jessica Wilson is outraged after an illegal alien was sentenced to just 12 years in prison after killing the young couple in a drunk driving crash in August 2018 in the sanctuary city of Marion County, Oregon.

Weeks ago, illegal alien Eduardo de la Lima Vargas from Mexico received a sentence of 12 years after killing the Wilsons, leaving their three young children now without parents, in a drunk driving crash where the couple’s motorcycle was wedged under the illegal alien’s pickup truck, Breitbart News originally reported.

According to prosecutors, Lima Vargas was driving with a blood-alcohol level of .10 percent when he hit and killed Logan and Jessica Wilson.

In interviews with the Statesman Journal last month, the family expressed their dissatisfaction with the sentencing of Lima Vargas:

Family members of the victims said the fact that De La Lima-Vargas would be housed and fed by the government and allowed to see his family while incarcerated felt like a “slap in the face.”

Logan’s sister Mariah Turnidge called De La Lima-Vargas an “incredibly selfish, immoral person.” She said he could’ve called a cab or slept in his vehicle the night of the crash.

A separate case last month ended with an illegal alien convicted of raping a 12-year-old Mississippi girl receiving a sentence of 20 years, the minimum sentence for statutory rape of a child in the state.