Friday, March 29, 2024

How Many More? ILLEGAL With Drunk Driving Record Faces Vehicular Homicide Charges In Wisconsin: The Fatality is One More in a Long List of ‘unexpected’ Deaths Allegedly at the Hands of ILLEGAL Immigrants in Biden’s Borderless America

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How Many More? Illegal With Drunk Driving Record Faces Vehicular Homicide Charges In Wisconsin:
The fatality is one more in a long list of ‘unexpected’ deaths allegedly at the hands of illegal immigrants in Biden’s borderless America
Steven Michael Nasholm passed away “unexpectedly” on Jan. 30, according to his obituary.
The 35-year-old husband, father, and trucking company owner was killed in a late January crash in northern Wisconsin’s Rusk County. Nasholm’s killer, according to police, was Jorge Sanchez-Tzanahua, a 22-year-drunk driver who was in the country illegally and had no business behind the wheel of a vehicle.
The fatality is another in a growing list of “unexpected” deaths allegedly at the hands of an illegal immigrant in President Joe Biden’s borderless America.
Crossing a Line
Sanchez-Tzanahua currently faces multiple charges, including “homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle.” He has been accused of drunk driving while having a prior OWI conviction on his record. Sanchez-Tzanahua’s license had been revoked at the time of the Jan. 30 fatal crash in the town of Strickland, according to the criminal complaint.
The accused is being held in the Rusk County Jail on a $100,000 bond. A special prosecutor has been appointed to the case.
According to the complaint, Sanchez-Tzanahua was operating a 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee in the early morning hours of Jan. 30 when the vehicle collided with Nasholm’s semi. The jeep was located about 100 yards west of the semi when law enforcement arrived on the scene.
“[A]ll evidence of the point of impact indicated the jeep had crossed the center line into the east bound lane causing the collision with the semi,” Rusk County Deputy Bryce Baier wrote in the crash report.
Sanchez-Tzanahua suffered minor injuries in the collision; Nasholm, who was found unconscious and critically injured in the cab, died on his way to the hospital, court documents state.
The deputy reported that Sanchez-Tzanahua’s eyes were “bloodshot and glossy and the Defendant’s face and eyelids appeared droopy.” There was a “strong order of intoxicants” around the man and in his vehicle. His blood alcohol level was recorded at 0.176, twice the legal limit, according to the complaint.
‘So Unnecessary’
A check of his criminal record shows Sanchez-Tzanahua’s license had been revoked following an Operating While Intoxicated conviction less than a year before January’s fatal crash. That arrest occurred in Barron County, just west of Rusk County. He was also required to have an Ignition Interlock Device installed, a condition that Sanchez-Tzanahua violated, according to the complaint.
“The Defendant admitted he was not legally in the United States and that he has been in the U.S. for approximately three years,” court documents state. “The Defendant told the deputies that the information on the two ID’s he provided containing his name and date of birth was correct.”
The Rusk County District Attorney’s office directed questions to the special prosecutor, who did not return The Federalist’s request for comment. The Barron County DA’s office also did not return a comment request.
“This was so unnecessary,” said state Rep. Janel Brandtjen, a southeast Wisconsin Republican who has been seeking answers from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for months.
It may be hard for law-abiding citizens to fathom why an illegal immigrant convicted of an OWI was allowed to remain in the country, let alone be ordered to install an interlock device on his vehicle despite license revocation. But in September 2021, Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced that immigration officers would no longer jail and deport individuals based on their undocumented status. So, illegal immigrants who commit serious crimes often need not worry about being sent back to their country of origin.
Senate Republicans recently introduced the Protect Our Communities From DUIs Act, a bill that would prevent illegal immigrants who have been found guilty of driving under the influence from entering the United States and automatically deport those who commit DUIs within the U.S.
Biden has threatened to fire Immigration & Customs Enforcement agents who deport illegal immigrants who have committed lesser crimes than felonies because agents should “only arrest for the purpose of dealing with a felony that’s committed,” and Biden does “not count drunk driving as a felony,” U.S. Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) noted in a recent press release. --->READ MORE HERE
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