Many Americans have grown increasingly concerned about the preferential treatment that illegal aliens, refugees, and migrants are getting over Americans. After a previously-deported illegal immigrant murdered a volunteer firefighter and his two children in cold blood, the sentence he received leads many to believe these concerns may be justified.
Although the mainstream media doesn’t often show it, there’s hundreds of examples you can find where minorities and non-Americans are given preferential treatment by our legal system. For example, there’s the case which Pamela Geller previously reported on, in which a group of Muslim boys who raped a 5-year-old girl got no jail time.
Unfortunately, cases like this aren’t uncommon—our country has been infected with Marxist ideologies over the past several decades, a key tenet of which is that white, Christian Americans are actively and viciously “oppressing,” non-Americans. It’s no wonder then that some of these liberal judges hardly bat an eye when God-fearing Americans are killed.
Margarito Quintero Rosales fell asleep at the wheel in 2016, and crossed the center line of the highway—unfortunately he drove head first into a vehicle driven by Collin County volunteer firefighter Captain Peter Hacking, and ended up killing him.
Rosales also murdered Hacking’s four year old daughter Ellie, and his 22 month old son Grayson in the crash. To add insult to injury, Rosales wasn’t even licensed to drive…and had previously been deported in 2008. Apparently he had found a way to get back in, under Obama’s watch, and now an American family is paying the price because of it.
Breitbart reports that despite this illegal immigrant’s abhorrent actions, he will only be given 100 days in prison:
A Collin County grand jury indicted Quintero in June 2016 on three counts of manslaughter, WFAA ABC8 reported. The penalty range for manslaughter in Texas is two to 20 years in state prison for each count.
Court records obtained by Breitbart Texas show Quintero struck a deal with prosecutors from Collin County District Attorney Greg Willis’ office whereby he pleaded guilty to a single count of the lesser included offense of criminally negligent homicide.
The other two counts were dismissed by 308th District Court Judge Benjamin N. Smith as part of the plea agreement. The maximum penalty for this charge is two years in state jail.
Quintero received a credit for time served of more than 500 days before his conviction, the Dallas ABC affiliate reported. His jail time will be completed in a little longer than 100 days.
This man slaughtered a volunteer firefighter and two children in cold blood, and he’s getting two years in jail, of which he only has 100 more to serve after the sentence was given. Courtney Hacking, the widow of Captain Peter Hacking, is now raising four children all on her own.
“How do you look at someone and say, ‘You killed 3 people, two years is all’,” she said, feeling that the justice system had failed her. In a tragic statement, she said the following to an WFAA reporter on the air: “I miss their kisses. I miss everything about them on a daily basis.”