August 3, 2010
Killing the Nuns Americans Won't Kill
Posted by Dave Blount at August 3, 2010 9:06 AM
What a surprise — like so many other criminal aliens who commit crime after crime, Carlos A. Martinelly Montano had already been captured and released by the feds before killing a nun while indulging in the favorite undocumented Democrat pastime of driving drunk:
The Virginia man suspected in a drunken-driving crash that killed a Catholic nun in Prince William County this weekend is an illegal immigrant and repeat offender who was awaiting deportation and who federal immigration authorities had released pending further proceedings, police said Monday.
Carlos Montano, a county resident, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter and drunken driving. Mr. Montano had been arrested two other times on drunken-driving charges, and on at least one of those occasions county police reported him to federal authorities.
Montano was "out on his recognizance" when he managed to make the following contribution to America's rich multicultural tapestry:
The crash at around 8:30 Sunday morning killed Sister Denise Mosier and injured two other nuns as they were driving to a retreat at the Benedictine Monastery in Bristow, Va. The two injured nuns were in critical but stable condition late Monday, according to St. Gertrude High School in Richmond run by the Benedictine Sisters of Virginia.
By comparison, Montano himself was hardly scratched:
Mr. Montano was being treated for injuries he received in the crash and was expected to be released from the hospital into police custody as early as Monday evening.
Comments Rep. Harold Rogers (R-KY):
"Now, we see the tragic results this 'virtual amnesty' policy of the Obama administration has caused. A life could have been saved had ICE just simply done their job to begin with."
But the last thing our liberal rulers want is ICE doing its job. ACORN can only create so many votes out of thin air. The underclass needs to be vastly expanded if America is to be "fundamentally transformed."
On tips from Henry and G. Fox.