In this episode of the Conservative Business Journal Podcast News Media Series, John Di Lemme interviews Don Rosenberg, whose son Drew was killed by an illegal alien.
During this powerful podcast, Don shares…
→ How his son Drew, 25, was a second-year law student in San Francisco in 2010 when he was run over by illegal alien, Roberto Galo.
→ Galo, driving without a driver’s license, attempted to make a last second left hand turn and collided with Drew who was in the intersection. They were both moving slowly but Drew flew over the front of Galo’s car. Had Galo stopped Drew would have walked away with minor abrasions and bruises.
→ Instead Galo accelerated driving over Drew’s body. Drew’s helmet had come off and wedged under Galo’s rear tire. He backed up driving over Drew a second time and then attempting to flee went forward.
→ A man stood in front of Galo’s car and he stopped with his rear tire on Drew’s abdomen. Five men lifted the car off his body.
→ How he and his wife were originally told that Galo was an illegal alien, only to be told a few days later that he was in the country legally. They learned 11 months after Drew’s death that Galo had entered the country illegally in 1999 when an ICE agent heard him on a radio program refer to Galo as a legal immigrant.
→ He and his wife were told by the DA’s office that Galo’s preliminary hearing was going to be continued and not to come to San Francisco for it. The hearing was held without them present. They were told that the had no right to be there and wouldn’t be able to speak. In California, Marcy’s Law guarantees the right of every victim to attend and speak at every hearing.
→ The original charge of felony vehicular homicide was reduced to a misdemeanor vehicular manslaughter at the preliminary hearing. Galo was convicted and sentenced to 6 months in jail. Without notification to him and his family, Galo was released after 43 days by Sheriff Ross Makarimi the same man who released Kate Streinle’s killer.
→ USCIS refused to deport Galo telling their Congressman, Henry Waxman, that Galo had only committed one crime of moral turpitude. After many months at great personal and financial cost, he finally got Galo deported.
→ At his deportation hearing, he learned that Galo’s wife had a deportation order from 2006. She never showed up and no one went to get her. Had she been deported his son would be alive. They were driving to parenting class when they killed Drew.
→ How he tried to get an unlicensed driver law passed in California without the mention of illegal aliens and what roadblocks he encountered
→ The fact that Galo was not charged with his first traffic offense by then District Attorney, Kamala Harris. If he had of been charged, Galo would have been deported instead roaming free in America to kill Drew.
→ He is now the President of AVIAC, Advocates for Victims of Illegal Alien Crime, and the mission of their organization
→ How Nancy Pelosi and Kamala Harris refused to speak with him and other Angel families, whose family members were killed by illegal aliens. Pelosi ignored his emails requesting a meeting with her.
Plus so much more!
To learn more about AVIAC, Advocates for Victims of Illegal Alien Crime, go to https://www.aviac.us