Immigrant Driver Who Killed 5 Marine Corps Veterans and 2 Loved Ones in New Hampshire Should Have Been Deported

Immigrant Driver Who Killed 5 Marine Corps Veterans and 2 Loved Ones in New Hampshire Should Have Been Deported
Immigrant Driver Who Killed 5 Marine Corps Veterans and 2 Loved Ones in New Hampshire Should Have Been Deported

23-year-old refugee Volodymyr Zhukovskyy has been charged with the deaths of 7 bikers after causing a crash in Randolph, New Hampshire, last week, when a trailer hitched to his pickup truck hit the motorcyclists.

The victims were members of the Jarheads Motorcycle Club, which is made up of US Marine Corps Veterans and loved ones.

The victims killed in the crash include:

62-year-old Michael Ferazzi of Contoocook, New Hampshire
59-year-old Albert Mazza of Lee, New Hampshire
58-year-old Daniel Pereira of Riverside, Rhode Island
58-year-olds Jo-Ann & Edward Corr of Lakeville, Massachusetts
42-year-old Desma Oakes of Concord, New Hampshire
45-year-old Aaron Perry of Farmington, New Hampshire

According to Breitbart News, law enforcement officials confirmed Zhukovskyy originally entered the US on September 18, 2006, as a Ukranian refugee but was able to secure a green card and adjust his refugee status in 2008, where he became a permanent legal resident.

The Boston Herald was able to obtain his criminal records and the multiple run-ins he’s had with the law in the past seven years.

Here’s a list of those run-ins:
2013 – Convicted of drunk driving with license suspended for 210 days, probation.
2017 – Convicted of on drug charges including heroin and cocaine.

On May 11th of this year, Zhukosvskyy was arrested for failing a field sobriety test. What’s puzzling is that even after being arrested for yet ANOTHER drunk driving charge, his license wasn’t suspended and was valid when he killed the seven motorcyclists.

It’s been reported that The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency have a detainer on Zhukovskyy requesting that he be turned over to federal immigration officials should he be released from prison at any time.

A little late, wouldn’t you agree?

Liberty Horn would like to offer our deepest condolences to the US Veterans lost along with their families.

Should Zhukovskyy have been deported when he committed his first offense?

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