Cheston Gerard Edwards was a 36-year old African-American resident of Kinston, North Carolina.  Cheston Edwards had two children, a nine-year old son and a four-year old daughter.

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Mary Edwards, Cheston’s mother, said of Cheston that “He loved his family, he loved me. He was a person who had deep love.”

The last time Mary was able to see Cheston was when he was visiting her the night of March 27th, 2021.

Cheston died after midnight, March 29th, 2021.   He was returning from a visit to his girlfriend in Raleigh, North Carolina, driving to his home in Kinston, North Carolina.

Suddenly a Ford F-150, driving westward in the eastbound lanes, crashed head-on into Cheston Edward’s vehicle.

Head-on collisions are disastrous.  This head-on collision cost the life of Cheston Edwards, who died immediately in the crash.

On the other hand, the driver who caused the wreck by driving the wrong way walked away unharmed from the crash.

The driver’s name was Rolbin Pacheco-Diaz, age 35, an illegal alien from Honduras residing in Smithfield, North Carolina.   

As an illegal alien, Pacheco-Diaz  should never have been in the country to begin with.  Nor did he have a driver’s license.   To top all that off, Pacheco-Diaz was driving drunk and in the wrong direction.

Pacheco-Diaz has been charged with felony death by motor vehicle, driving while intoxicated, reckless driving and driving without a license.          

Whatever becomes of the case, however, it doesn’t bring Cheston Edwards back.  

Certainly, Rolbin Pacheco-Diaz has a lot to answer for, and I think he realizes it now.

But what about the environment in which illegal aliens such as Pacheco-Diaz are allowed to enter our country and move about freely, not subject to the law?

What about the governmental officials, of various levels, who allowed this to happen?  

What about the officials who have allowed  illegal immigration and illegal labor to flourish?

What about the business leaders who promote cheap illegal labor?

Don’t they have a lot to answer for?   I think that they do.

If these sectors of our society had done their job and stood up for American citizens and workers, then Cheston Edwards could be alive today.

Cheston’s mother had this to say of Rolbin Pacheco-Diaz:  “He needs to know that he has hurt me deeply. He’s taken something from me that he shouldn’t have.”

(Note: This selection is an article in my booklet The Victims of Illegal Immigration, Third Edition. That booklet contains 16 true accounts of victims of illegal aliens. You can obtain a copy of this booklet, free of charge, from the US Incorporated organization. Click here to find out how to obtain your free copy.)

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