Let’s be honest: We do NOT need “immigration reform,” we simply need the laws we already have in place enforced.
Anytime you hear a politician speak about “reform,” it means that they have failed to do their jobs, often intentionally, and they want to rewrite our laws to make their failures acceptable.
What if they had simply done their job?
What if we had secure borders and criminal illegal aliens were rounded up and sent home?
If so…THOUSANDS of Americans would be alive this New Year’s Day, including Mr. Corcoran…
KNOXVILLE- New charges have been brought against the driver charged in the four-car motor vehicle incident that killed one man.
According to investigators, Franco Cambrany Francisco-Eduardo, 44, has now been charged with criminally negligent homicide, as well as already having been charged for no driver’s license and no proof of insurance/financial responsibility.
Initially, he faced immigration violation charges following the incident.
Franciso-Eduardo is expected to be in court Ja. 10 for the no driver’s license and no proof of insurance charges.
Franco Cambrany Francisco-Eduardo, was charged with No Drivers License and No Proof of Financial Responsibility. His booking record shows he is being held for Immigrations and Customs Enforcement.
Officers responded to the accident in the 4700 block of Chapman Highway at Gwinfield Drive around 6:30 p.m. Saturday.
According to the investigation, a Chevrolet pickup truck was traveling north on Chapman Highway when it crossed into the southbound lanes of traffic striking a Honda Civic that was traveling south on Chapman Highway which resulted in a chain reaction crash.
The driver and passenger of the Honda Civic were transported to UT Medical Center where the driver later died. He has been identified as 22-year-old Pierce Corcoran. The female passenger from the Civic is being treated for what appears to be non life-threatening injuries. Both were wearing seat belts.
The drivers and passengers in two other vehicles that were involved were not injured. As a result of the wreck, Chapman Highway was shut down in both directions for four hours.