ICE Permits Illegal Alien Witness to Disappear

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
10/25/2011
       
ICE Permits Illegal Alien Witness to Disappear

Though the drunk-driving illegal alien who allegedly mowed down a recent college graduate in Framingham, Mass., was indicted for murder on Friday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement permitted the illegal alien who witnessed the crime to escape custody.

Milford police and prosecutors are furious at ICE, the Milford Daily News reported, for permitting Luis Acosta to escape and perhaps flee to Ecuador, and the district’s Congressman has called for an investigation.

The Daily News revealed the ICE foul-up last week, which culminated with the indictment of Nicolas Guaman on three felonies in connection with the death of Matthew Denice. Guaman faces charges of second-degree murder, manslaughter while driving a motor vehicle, and motor vehicle homicide, the paper reported.

 

Though the drunk-driving illegal alien who allegedly mowed down a recent college graduate in Framingham, Mass., was indicted for murder on Friday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement permitted the illegal alien who witnessed the crime to escape custody.

Milford police and prosecutors are furious at ICE, the Milford Daily News reported, for permitting Luis Acosta to escape and perhaps flee to Ecuador, and the district’s Congressman has called for an investigation.

The Daily News revealed the ICE foul-up last week, which culminated with the indictment of Nicolas Guaman on three felonies in connection with the death of Matthew Denice. Guaman faces charges of second-degree murder, manslaughter while driving a motor vehicle, and motor vehicle homicide, the paper reported.

What Happened
The grisly end of 23-year-old Matthew Denice struck Milford, which is struggling mightily against illegal aliens, fast and hard.

As The New American reported last month, the drunk, 34-year-old illegal struck Denice, who was riding his motorcycle back home from a friend’s place, and dragged the young man a quarter of a mile.

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