Trumps supports sentenced for violence

Discrimination1Boston brothers accused in urinating on and beating a good homeless Mexican man and then telling police “Donald Trump was right: All these illegals need to be deported, ” were sentenced to prison on Monday, prosecutors said.

Scott Leader, 38, and then Steve Leader, 30, had recently pleaded guilty to indictments charging them with causing physical injury while committing a good civil rights violation, and also assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, among other charges.

Scott Leader was sentenced to three years in prison and Steve Leader was sentenced to 1-1/2 years, the Suffolk County Area Attorney’s Office said within a statement. The pair will also be on probation for three years after their prison sentences end.

The Commanders were arrested on Sept. 19 on suspicion concerning beating Rodriguez, 58 then, because he slept in a subway stop. The men told law enforcement many people targeted their victim general health thought he was an against the law immigrant.

The victim, Guillermo Rodriguez, said in a declaration that he was in fact a permanent resident.

“I came to this country many years ago and worked hard in the farm fields to provide produce to people here. I actually became a permanent resident of this country years ago, although if I had been undocumented I still would not have deserved to be beaten this way, ” Rodriguez said in a prepared statement read by Assistant District Attorney Nicole Rimar before the sentencing.

The pair punched and kicked Rodriguez, and one of the men repeatedly struck him with a metal pole, before the two walked off laughing, prosecutors said.

According to a police report, they told officers, “Donald Trump was right: All these illegals need to be deported. ”

Prosecutors said Scott Leader told arresting officers that he believed the attack was justified because the victim was homeless and Mexican. The pair allegedly threatened cops while in custody also.

Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for that U. S. presidential competition, has verbal on migrants, proposing to create a wall on the U. S. -Mexico promising and border, if elected, to deport the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the usa already.

Overcome, a genuine estate reality and developer tv personality, initially described that attack while an end result of passionate sights on migrants but later called that “terrible. ”

and then telling police “Donald Trump was right: All these illegals need to be deported, ” were sentenced to prison on Monday, prosecutors said.

Scott Leader, 38, and then Steve Leader, 30, had recently pleaded guilty to indictments charging them with causing physical injury while committing a good civil rights violation, and also assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, among other charges.

Scott Leader was sentenced to three years in prison and Steve Leader was sentenced to 1-1/2 years, the Suffolk County Area Attorney’s Office said within a statement. The pair will also be on probation for three years after their prison sentences end.

The Commanders were arrested on Sept. 19 on suspicion concerning beating Rodriguez, 58 then, because he slept in a subway stop. The men told law enforcement many people targeted their victim general health thought he was an against the law immigrant.

The victim, Guillermo Rodriguez, said in a declaration that he was in fact a permanent resident.

“I came to this country many years ago and worked hard in the farm fields to provide produce to people here. I actually became a permanent resident of this country years ago, although if I had been undocumented I still would not have deserved to be beaten this way, ” Rodriguez said in a prepared statement read by Assistant District Attorney Nicole Rimar before the sentencing.

The pair punched and kicked Rodriguez, and one of the men repeatedly struck him with a metal pole, before the two walked off laughing, prosecutors said.

According to a police report, they told officers, “Donald Trump was right: All these illegals need to be deported. ”

Prosecutors said Scott Leader told arresting officers that he believed the attack was justified because the victim was homeless and Mexican. The pair allegedly threatened cops while in custody also.

Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for that U. S. presidential competition, has verbal on migrants, proposing to create a wall on the U. S. -Mexico promising and border, if elected, to deport the estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the USA already.

Overcome, a genuine estate reality and developer TV personality, initially described that attack while an end result of passionate sights on migrants but later called that “terrible. ”

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