Francis Hernandez is just one of millions of illegal aliens residing in the United States.
Mr. Hernandez has a long arrest history, but recently he has crossed the line between petty crime and being a bringer of tragedy. It was bound to happen.
Originally from Guatemala, Francis Hernandez has been living in the US for a long time, unregistered, unlicensed and apparently clueless about civilized society.
Back on the 25th of April, 2008, Francis was arrested on a traffic offense.
Officers suspected that he might be living here illegally and so they contacted the Colorado Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement. ICE was a little busy that day, so they never followed up on the inquiry to his citizenship, so no detainer was issued and Francis Hernandez was free to go.
Which was really too bad for Marten Kudlis, Patricia Guntharp and Debra Serecky.
On the 4th of September, 2008, at about 8 in the evening, 2-year-old Marten Kudlis was enjoying a picturesque moment with his parents at a neighborhood Baskin Robbins. The family was waiting for some ice cream to be handed over.
At this same time 49-year-old Patricia Guntharp and 51-year-old Debra Serecky were driving their Mazda truck right by this same Baskin Robbins.
Unfortunately for all of these nice people, Francis Hernandez the illegal immigrant was behind the wheel of a large SUV and apparently was in some kind of huge hurry.
Francis Hernandez ran a red light, which led to a collision with the Mazda that killed both the women inside on impact. Due to the speed of which both cars were traveling, the Mazda – with its package of death – continued its collision course into a utility box, which was supposed to be firmly anchored to the sidewalk in front of the Baskin Robbins.
They’re not anchoring utility boxes as well as they used to, which turned out to be something of a surprised for the ice cream shop patrons trying to enjoy their treats.
Little Marten Kudlis was probably among the most surprised of the ice cream shop patrons when the utility box flew through the shop wall and slammed into his small body – carrying his body into the far wall.
While these people were dying, Francis Hernandez took the opportunity to flee the scene, which is something illegal immigrants tend to be very experienced with.
Unfortunately for Mr. Hernandez, the police officers on duty that day had even more experience at finding pathetic losers who like to kill people and then run away.
Hernandez was arrested about 5 miles from the scene of the accident a very short time after the tragedy.
By this time Marten had arrived at the hospital, where doctors tried to save the broken little boy.
Their efforts were unsuccessful. and Marten Kudlis died at the hospital shortly after arriving.
Interestingly, Marten’s patents are among the legal immigrants living in our beautiful country. They fled the former Soviet Union after Marten’s grandfather was murdered in the 1990’s.
Now Marat Kudlis has lost his father and son to the same selfish kind of people. Murderers.
Mr. Kudlis was quoted in saying:
The system let him out some kind of crack and the system didn’t do what it was supposed to do and my son and the ladies paid the price.
He also wept to reporters:
I miss you, I love you son, I want you to come home with daddy and I want you to be safe with me. That is what I really want is for you to come home, but that is not going to happen…
Patricia’s husband told reporters:
She had three children. Patricia was taken way before her time.
Francis Hernandez is currently being held on a $250,000 bond on three charges of vehicular homicide, reckless driving, vehicular assault (for the other four people who were injured), leaving the scene of an accident, driving without a license and driving without proof of insurance.
ICE was contacted again the day after the tragedy and has now responded with a bit of hesitation as to whether or not Hernandez is legally in the US.
According to ICE, Francis Hernandez has numerous aliases and repeated false claims of US citizenship.
They have never stated why they didn’t inquire into his citizenship after his arrest on the 25th of April 25, 2008.
Does Francis Hernandez deserve Hell?
- Yes (88%, 268 Votes)
- No (12%, 36 Votes)
Total Voters: 304
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