It’s the latest in a long list of illegal-alien crimes committed against Americans in just the last few years: A Mexican illegal alien who was deported from the U.S. seven times was charged with motor vehicle homicide after driving drunk and crashing his van on a Nebraska interstate, killing one passenger, a 58-year-old father of three.
Nemias Garcia-Velasco, 32, told police he was intoxicated at the time of the July 5 incident, having consumed 12 beers previously to the crash.
After the crash, Garcia-Velasco’s blood-alcohol level measured .243, which is just more than three times the legal limit.
Garcia-Velasco was speeding at more than 100 miles per hour before the fiery crash occurred, and he suffered severe burns to his face as a result of the accident.
Silvano Torres, the passenger who was killed, was riding unrestrained in the back of the van. Another passenger, Jesus Gonzales, 16, suffered minor injuries.
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