Why have supporters of illegals always said illegals never use drugs, dream act student drunk, high kills 4?
Why have supporters of illegals always said illegals never use drugs, dream act student drunk, high kills 4, how did it come to be illegal alien had alcohol, cocaine and marijuana in his system, will Obama still grant him amnstey and free college education, request parole for the illegal he had no say in coming here ?On Tuesday, Victor Benitez, 18, was ordered to stand trial for the Feb. 18 crash in Fitchburg which took the lives of all four of his passengers. A blood test revealed that he had alcohol, cocaine and marijuana in his system at the time of the fatal wreck, according to Dane County Assistant District Attorney Emily Thompson.
Those killed were Martin Sanchez-Gutierrez, 17, Jose Antonio Cabrera-Hernandez, 18, both of Madison; Phankham Chitanavong, 17, and Alan Michael Dickson, 25, both of Rockford, Ill.
All of them were thrown from the car.
During Tuesday’s hearing, Fitchburg police Officer Andre Poehnelt testified that when he arrived, Benitez was still inside the overturned vehicle, but crawled out of an open window and fled the scene.
Benitez was actually found hiding nearby by a firefighter using a thermal imaging camera.
The Wisconsin State Journal reported that Benitez originally told Fitchburg firefighter Nicholas Mittelstedt that he had been in the crash but quickly changed his story, saying he knew nothing about it.Several eye witnesses estimated Benitez was traveling around 60 to 70 mph before the one-vehicle crash.
Benitez has been charged with four counts of homicide by intoxicated driving, failure to render aid resulting in death, driving without a license and obstructing police.
He is currently being held at the Dane County Jail on an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainer.
View the defendant's complete charging info...
Of course, this is only the latest in a long line of such crimes:
Previously arrested illegal alien charged with fatal DUI
Illegal alien charged in deadly DUI
Are Mexico's laws to blame for this deadly epidemic?
- Maricopa CountyLv 68 years agoFavorite Answer
mexico is always saying Americans cause of mexico's drug war and here we have mexican citizens buying the cartel products in America.He can look forward to being a inmate the rest of his life.
- Chief WhachusaLv 68 years ago
"Why have supporters of illegals always said illegals never use drugs, dream act student drunk, high kills 4?'
"Why have supporters of illegals always said illegals never use drugs, dream act student drunk, high kills 4, how did it come to be illegal alien had alcohol, cocaine and marijuana in his system, will Obama still grant him amnstey and free college education, request parole for the illegal he had no say in coming here ?"
After that the article you use does nothing but show that the United States as a whole has a problem with drugs and alcohol and that is not just on the roads. Do you think that it is just illegals driving and crashing under the influence? It is not and that is not just my opinion. Any crash is unfortunate but an accident resulting in the loss of life should not be the fuel used for pointing them out as undesirables. Unless you have facts and statistics proving illegals are the only persons driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, which I doubt.
In getting back to your question about supporters and what they always say. My profile is open have a look around and find where I have ever said that "illegals never use drugs". Personally I wonder how many discrepancies are in your closed profile.
- Anonymous8 years ago
He was just here for a better life!Source(s): At the expense of Americans.
- JohnLv 48 years ago
Of course no one can really say illegals never do drugs, it's an obvious lie. They have been known to break about as many laws as normal citizens do and that is only because they're still human. I'm not saying it's right in any way that he got into that unfortunate crash. But at the same time- you can't single them out since there is also a very big line of crimes citizens have commited as well. Murders, drug-trafficking, assault and battery, prostitution, soliciting...the list goes on. Therefore it's safe to say that Mexico's laws play no role in this "epidemic", the influences of our society do. We all love this country but we can't ignore the fact we shaped it out this way ourselves. Either way, none of this matters for the immigrant in question, once "Secure Our Communities" is up and running nation-wide in 2013; he'll be Mexico's problem. The same will be said for any illegal immigrant prisoner.
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- BillLv 58 years ago
Why do you chose to paint with such a broad brush?