Sanctuary protection for illegal alien deported 20 times: Sentenced for Portland sexual assault

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Free to roam in sanctuary Multnomah County: Illegal alien Sergio Martinez/Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office Photo

From KGW8 News: (PORTLAND, Ore.) A man with a long criminal history, deported 20 times, was sentenced Friday to 35 years in prison after breaking into a woman’s home last summer.

Sergio Jose Martinez, 31, thensexually assaulted the 65-year-old woman and stole her car. He was arrested after assaulting a second woman and running from police. Martinez, 31, was caught July 24 after officers chased him through a neighborhood.

According to court documents filed in March 2017, Martinez has a history of illegal entry into the United States. He has been a transient in the Portland area for more than a year and has been deported 20 times.

Martinez has at least five probation violations for re-entering the United States. His most recent removal was in November 2016, according to the March court documents.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) lodged an immigration detainer against Martinez, asking authorities to notify them before releasing Martinez to allow ICE to take him into custody. The Department of Homeland Security said a detainer was requested for Martinez in December 2016, but he was released into the community and authorities did not notify ICE.

Earlier this year, Multnomah County leaders and Sheriff Mike Reese wrote a letter to the community saying, “The Sheriff’s Office does not hold people in county jails on ICE detainers or conduct any immigration enforcement actions.”

Prior to the July 24 arrest, Martinez’s criminal record showed a felony conviction for burglary and three misdemeanor convictions for battery, theft, and obstructing a public officer. The court document also said he told investigators in March that he has a long history of using methamphetamine and was currently using on a daily basis.

The new charges Martinez was convicted of include first-degree kidnapping, first-degree robbery (two counts), second-degree assault, first-degree sex abuse, first-degree sodomy and first-degree burglary.

Police said Martinez broke into the 65-year-old woman’s home in the 1700 block of Northeast Irving Street and physically and sexually assaulted her before stealing her 2011 silver Toyota Prius.

Court documents said Martinez entered the woman’s bedroom through a window that she left open due to the heat. He spoke “calmly and quietly,” ordering the woman onto the ground, where he tied her hands and feet, and blindfolded her.

Martinez threatened to kill the woman while he sexually assaulted her, according to the probable cause affidavit. Before he left, he punched her in the head several times and slammed her head onto a wood floor.

Martinez left, taking the woman’s phone with him. She went to a neighbor’s house to call 911. Police responded to the home just after 6 a.m. The woman’s car was found that evening near Southeast 99th Avenue and Stark Street.

Later that night, officers were called to a reported disturbance between a man and a woman in the basement of a parking garage near the 2100 block of Northeast Halsey Street. Police said the Martinez was armed with a knife and he assaulted the woman.


34 responses to “Sanctuary protection for illegal alien deported 20 times: Sentenced for Portland sexual assault

  1. There’s got to be a way for citizens to bring a class-action lawsuit against pro-sanctuary politicians. Any lawyers out there among our readers?

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    • Where is the wall?!

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    • I agree, but we shouldn’t have to. That’s DoJ’s job. Oh, I forgot. They’re out of control and no one will do anything about it.

      To me this is like putting up a sign that says “The Government of the United States is Dead”. Individual states and localities simply announce that they will no longer be abiding by federal law?

      We have treaties with Mexico but allow them to just push their problems North? We DO need that wall. We also need to forget North Korea, Russia, Ukraine, etc., and concentrate on Mexico. We need to gather this scum up, take them back down there en mass, and tell them that if we see them again they will be shot on sight, then a similar number of politicians in Mexico will suffer the same fate.

      They have no problem carving a hundred mile unconstitutional swath through the US, how about one on the other side? If they can’t protect the border they should just cash out and save us a lot of money. I can use my savings to buy ammunition.

      My guess is that we would be a lot less popular with policies that work.

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    • My understanding (from the In Power group) is to begin with an affidavit against each individual for personally causing harm by the abuse/misuse of office. I’d also try individual law suits against each individual about their abuse of office, rather than anything class action. The only winners in class actions are the lawyers.

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      • Who would you get to prosecute that?

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      • “The only winners in class actions are the lawyers.”

        That is simply not true. Last year, I received a check in the mail from a class-action lawsuit against the convalescent care facility my husband was in. I never knew there was a lawsuit, but because he had been a patient there, we were automatically included in the lawsuit.

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      • No matter how much evidence you have, or how horrendous the crime, you still need to get someone empowered to prosecute. Even if you convince a grand jury (see Jon Benet Ramsey), they don’t have to.

        To me that’s the central issue right now with Hillary, Obongo and the forty thieves. None of the inbred swamp rats will touch it. I find that extremely insulting.

        Judicial Watch is on them constantly. I think at last count Tom Fitton had 130 lawsuits filed against them. They’re still there. Sessions or one of his toadies has to do that. What would you do if he worked for you?

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  2. Kevin J Lankford

    I begin to wonder if all these illegal crime-spree aliens who have been supposedly deported numerous times already, have ever actually been physically sent back where they belong, notwithstanding, they should be serving a long prison term, at the least, for any first offence.

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    • I regularly check the DOJ’s website, hoping to see sealed indictments unsealed. Here’s an example of what you speak:

      Department of Justice files complaint to denaturalize Diversity Visa recipient who obtained naturalized US citizenship after failing to disclose two prior orders of removal

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      • Kevin J Lankford

        Reminds me of an occasion from the early 2000’s. I worked construction all my working life, and by that time it was understood that all construction was hiring illegal aliens for labor (many as much as 75%).

        I had a helper fall from a scaffold, only five feet, but he was hurt enough they actually called an ambulance for him. After an hour or so a supervisor went to the hospital (which happened to be close by) to check up on him, but the hospital claimed that no one by his name had been admitted. Well, the supervisor new he had to be there and wandered the halls evetually finding him in an examination room. For some reason which we never learned, he had given the hospital a different name than he used when he was hired for the company. Who can say what he may have been hiding.

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        • Kevin . . . . That really takes the cake now doesn’t it. I have seen the same sort of thing reported here in Oregon. It will feature a Mexican who went by two to seven different nmes

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    • No, they have not! That’s part of the problem. They just turn them lose and they’re back in days. They don’t pressure the Mexicans to charge them or anything. They can barbecue a baby on our side, step across and they’re home free.

      It is beyond ridiculous and shows in the most callous fashion how little regard our government has for its citizens.

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  3. What agitates me is it will be tax payers that will provide for him and his upkeep. After all he has done he showed signs of becoming more deviant and earned a death sentence. I imagine he has gotten away with much more criminal activity than reported.

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  4. Deported 20 times and only gets 35 yrs? He’ll probably be out in 10-ish and then what? He should have been executed immediately upon conviction as an alien/enemy combatant. Damn commies are hellbent…

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  5. Compared to the slew of violations and crimes committed by this parasite, to him the sentence is lenient, it’s a free ticket off the streets – shelter, warm food, no limit to the “amenities” taxpayers’s moneys provide. On the other hand. Not until the harshest punishment is applied, the parasites will continue their assaults. The ladies that suffered the assaults should be given the opportunity to have a say in this matter. Drop them in the dessert to find the road where they came from, the magpies will clean the spot.

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    • Yes. We have enough “home grown” criminals. We don’t need to import them.

      We all know this is tied to their New World Odor. They are using them to destroy our cohesion. They are doing this all over the world. Anywhere that has a living standard above “Third World” are suffering the same invasions.

      If it is “our” politicians doing this, they have to go. They will do their bosses bidding as long as they are safe to do so.

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    • Alma. . . . I admit I am certainly in favor of having , , ,”The ladies that suffered the assaults should be given the opportunity to have a say in this matter. . .” I would have little problem with dropping them in a midst of the dessert to let them find their way home . . . .

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  6. But we should have open borders and no guns, according to Leftists.

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  7. The logical questions here are, “why isn’t this guy Martinez swinging from a rope” and “why aren’t the Multnomah County leaders and Sheriff Mike Reese swinging from ropes”? My guess is that you’d only have to have a few hangings for people to start to straighten up and fly right.

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    • My point exactly. I don’t think, however, that you can merely leave these officials who have decided to be a law unto themselves untouched. Also, steps must be taken for every violent felon that ends up here illegally with the Mexican government. They need to “feel our pain” as well.

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  8. It seems to me this lame sheriff has a serious case of dereliction of duty. Refusing to holding criminals. Good grief, what is his job description? I wonder how this sheriff would feel about it if that had been his mother raped and robbed? That is where you start with your law suit.

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  9. EVERY PUBLIC SERVANT elected by the people for whom they serve, from the lowliest civic level up to the top in the US Congress and the POTUS, take the same OATH to “promote, protect and defend the US CONSTITUTION against all enemies, foreign and domestic………” LIARS LAIRS PANTS ON FIRE!!!!!!

    Constitutionally, ONLY the US Congress can make immigration law (which is why Obummer’s “Dreamer Act” is totally unConstitutional and shouldn’t EVEN have to be vacated or allowed to “expire” b/c it is MOOT to begin with). The POTUS is the executive arm of the government, mandated to enforce US laws passed by Congress (which Obummer blatantly refused to do in so many areas). Our law-makers in Congress….at least half of them….are consciously refusing to recognize their OWN immigration laws…OR pass new ones that would alleviate their gripes…..and, while this present POTUS struggles to follow the Constitution, as well as force Congress to do its job according to their oaths/job description/will of the voting people…..our aged, politicallly-motivated, dollar-sucking mercenary Congress of OLD DEMOCRATS refuses to follow the Constitution, refuses to “fix” the things that they are “resisting,” and are hell-bent on their path, as unContitutional as it may be…..into destroying our “balance of power” in our government for the sake of people who sneak into our country illegally, are NOT the legal citizens whom they represent, who want/expect to “jump ahead” of legal immigrants by the millions just by the sheer “force” of their numbers, suck our entitlement and health systems dry, make us suffer “chain migration” into the hundreds per each “head of household” who gains a “toehold”…..whom, largely, refuse to learn English (even within our FREE school system…..I still have kids who’ve supposedly been born here, who are in middle school….K-8….9 years of English schooling…..who barely speak English. One of my new neighbors, a Mexican native, has lived in this country 50 years and speaks not ONE word of English,,,,and I REFUSE to speak Spanish to her….which I can…..IF I were in her country, I’d speak Spanish…and it would take me about 5 weeks to ramp up to near-native fluency….NOT 50 YEARS!,)

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    • All good points. Executive Orders (EO’s) can be overturned by Congress anytime they like. They don’t do it, however. Now with Trump, he has legally reversed several of Obongo’s but the courts are telling him he can’t do that. There is no precedence whatsoever for this.

      I know that he has access to good legal counsel. I’m sure they’ve told him that there is no precedence for this liberal court’s decision. Still, the rulings stand. Why?

      Few realize how powerful an office the Presidency is. It has never been more powerful with all the totalitarian crap they passed from the 9-11 operation. I can’t get over why he doesn’t just roll up his sleeves and clean house. He could snap his fingers and have any of them led away in chains.

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      • Yes, why doesn’t he clean house? Which entrenched group is powerful enough to stop him? Or was he simply singing the song the public wanted to hear in order to satisfy the angry mob long enough to get the real control grid in place. The 5G roll out is happening now….

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  10. Time for the feds to start arresting sanctuary city government goons that allow this crap to happen.

    I hope they all resist arrest.

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