Drunk Driving Illegal Alien Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
11/17/2011
       
Drunk Driving Illegal Alien Pleads Guilty To Manslaughter

Almost a year ago exactly, yet another drunk-driving illegal alien killed another American citizen. This time, it was Sarasota, Fla., and the vehicular killer will spend 13 years behind bars.  It’s a small price to pay for 26-year-old Daniel Garcia, the blotto border jumper who will be 12 years younger when he emerges from jail than Pamila Yoder, the 51-year-old wife and mother he killed without a moment’s thought of what might happen if he got behind the wheel.


 

Almost a year ago exactly, yet another drunk-driving illegal alien killed another American citizen. This time, it was Sarasota, Fla., and the vehicular killer will spend 13 years behind bars.  It’s a small price to pay for 26-year-old Daniel Garcia, the blotto border jumper who will be 12 years younger when he emerges from jail than Pamila Yoder, the 51-year-old wife and mother he killed without a moment’s thought of what might happen if he got behind the wheel.

Mrs. Yoder was on her way home. Thanks to an illegal alien who shouldn’t have been here, she’s dead.

Illegal Mexican
Garcia pleaded guilty to DUI manslaughter for killing Yoder. He was driving a Ford Club Wagon Van, the Sarasota Herald-Tribune reported, when he flew through a red light, hitting three other automobiles, including the Ford 150 pick-up in which Yoder was riding as a passenger.

Sadly, Yoder’s children, also headed home that fateful Sunday, the newspaper reported, passed the grim, mangled wreckage, but didn’t recognize the truck in which their mom was riding. Garcia, of course, didn’t recognize anything. His blood alcohol level was “more than double” the legal limit, the newspaper reported, when he recklessly hurtled through the red light and killed Yoder.

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