Drew Rosenberg was 25 years old and a second-year law student in San Francisco. 

Drew was a student at Golden Gate School of Law in San Francisco when he died.
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On November 16th, 2010, returning  home after school, Drew was  heading south on his motorcycle.  Unlicensed driver Roberto Galo of Honduras was heading north. 

At an intersection, Galo made an unsignaled left turn, crashing right into Drew and his bike. 

Galo sped up, driving over Drew, then backed up, driving over him again, then went forward until stopped by another driver who had gotten out to help.  But when Galo stopped, Drew was under his tire again.

Drew was dead.

It was reported that Galo was an illegal alien, but later it turned out that he was under “Temporary Protected Status”. 

Temporary Protected Status, or TPS, is a special status designed for the temporary protection of foreigners which protects them from deportation back to countries in a civil war, or which recently had disasters such as earthquakes or hurricanes.

There are currently 12 countries, including Honduras, on the Temporary Protected Status list.

As so often occurs with government programs, “temporary” can last for decades.

Hondurans in the United States have been under TPS since January of 1999, in response to Hurricane Mitch which hit the country in late 1998.

Twelve years later, Roberto Galo killed Drew Rosenberg.  And by the way, under TPS, Galo could have legally obtained a U.S. driver’s license.  Why didn’t he?

The reason was that Galo had failed the driver’s license test twice, yet still continued to drive.

Even after failing the tests, five months previous to the crash that killed Drew, Galo had been stopped for driving the wrong direction on a one-way street, with neither driver’s license nor insurance.

And yet, he was still driving.

Donald Rosenberg, Drew’s father, a liberal Democrat, began doing research, and discovered that unlicensed drivers caused approximately 7,500 deaths each year, and that about half of these accidents were caused by illegal alien drivers.

Rosenberg began focusing on the illegal immigration problem and eventually co-founded Advocates for Victims of Illegal Alien Crimes (AVIAC).

As stated on the group’s website, “There is no reason any American citizen or immigrant should ever be at risk of being harmed by an illegal alien or should have to pay their hard-earned income supporting them.”

If only our lawmakers  would take that to heart!

(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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