Deported 17 times and still murders by DWI
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#1 Jul 21, 2007
Jorge Humberto Hernandez Soto
Police say was driving more than 100 mph on the wrong side of Interstate 485 when he collided head-on with the car of 18-year-old Min Soon Chang, a freshman from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, killing him. According to authorities, the illegal alien had already been sent back to Mexico 17 times and convicted of impaired driving at least a couple of times before the November 2005 crash.
Fourteen times before this 34-year-old illegal killed noted mandolin maker Charlie Derrington in a Aug. 1, 2006, wreck, he was deported to his home country of Mexico. Derrington, who reconstructed bluegrass legend Bill Monroe's prized instrument, was hit while driving his motorcycle by Villasana, who had been driving in the wrong direction under the influence of alcohol. In July 2007, Villasana was sentenced to 25 years in prison and must, by law, serve at least 30 percent of his time.
#2 Jul 21, 2007
Thank mr. bush for this, god knows we would never survive if it wasnt for the spics.
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