Illegal Alien, Deportation on Hold, Previously Convicted of Drunk Driving, Kills Two Americans Driving Drunk

So, here is another case where our government, in essence, had a hand in the murder of two American citizens.  Agusting Macias-Marquez, who had been convicted of drunken driving previously, had his deportation put on hold.  With no insurance and no license, he drove drunk again and murdered two Americans.

Who is in our country?  In this case, a murderer.  Is is a sane policy to give people blanket immunity and citizenship when you know nothing about their past?

Read this and tell me you support Obama’s amnesty:

The broadside collision occurred Dec. 31, 2012, in Chambersburg.

The families of victims Heather Coble and Madison J. Perry listened as Franklin County (Pa.) Court of Common Pleas Judge Carol Van Horn sentenced the defendant Wednesday.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has a detainer for Macias-Marquez and will likely deport him when he is scheduled to be released from prison, according to statements from the judge and attorneys.

Court-appointed defense attorney Chris Reibsome told the judge about a discussion he had with Macias-Marquez about an earlier effort to deport him.

Macias-Marquez said he was in the process of being deported after a 2011 driving-under-the-influence case, according to Reibsome. But Macias-Marquez claimed the Franklin County District Attorney’s Office put a hold on that deportation because it wanted him to testify in court about a homicide he witnessed on Oct. 22, 2012.

Reibsome cautioned he did not verify the accuracy of his client’s statements.

Franklin County District Attorney Matt Fogal did not respond to a request for comment before deadline Wednesday. It was unclear which country held the ICE detainer.

Coble’s family showed a reporter pictures of the Saturn car in which Coble and Perry were passengers. It was being driven by Nicholas Fortenberry at the intersection of McKinley Street and Cleveland Avenue in Chambersburg when the collision occurred.

The force of the impact sent both cars into a nearby house and left the Saturn barely recognizable beyond a pile of debris.

“She didn’t have a chance,” said Judy Shew, Coble’s grandmother.

Coble, 25, was pregnant and had two daughters. Shew is caring for 4-year-old Tabitha and 5-year-old Taylor, who is getting ready to start kindergarten.

Likewise, Perry, 24, is survived by a daughter who is now 15 months old. His family said Elisa looks at a picture and points to him each night before she goes to bed.  Read more….

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