Illegal Alien Drivers: Impound Their Cars, or Else . . .
Or else this could happen.
A question we police officers often ask ourselves when considering whether to take this or that course of action is this: If I do or do not do something, is there a reasonable likelihood someone could be hurt or even killed as a result? A Santa Rosa, Calif. police officer now knows to ask this question when confronted with an unlicenced driver, especially one with prior offenses.
Marcos Lopez Garcia, an illegal alien, had been stopped in June 2010 for driving without a license and had his car impounded. He was stopped for speeding on August 13, 2011, and the officer cited him but declined to impound the car, instead releasing it to a licenced driver as allowed by department policy. Five days later, police allege, Lopez Garcia ran over and killed a four-year-old boy who was crossing a street in a crosswalk.
There is a price to be paid for kowtowing to the illegal alien lobby, in this case a very heavy one.