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“The reaches of the law are limited…”
After William Inman contacted the U.S. Department of Justice asking for help to bring justice to his son’s killer, who happens to be in the country illegally, the agency responded with a letter that’s now taking the Internet by storm.
Inman’s 16 year-old son, Dustin, was killed when Gonzalez Gonzalo Harrell hit him with his car in 2000, according to Breitbart. Ever since, they have been demanding that appropriate action be taken for the son they lost.
The DOJ responded with a letter that is now circulating social media, and many see it as anything but justice.
“In this case, because Mexican law does not criminalize vehicular manslaughter absent a showing of intent to commit crime, there is no available legal remedy at this time,” the Justice Dept wrote in their letter to Inman.
Check out the full letter here:
Letter from U.S. Justice Dept to Billy Inman Re: his 16 yr-old son, Dustin, killed by an illegal. NOTHING WE CAN DO! pic.twitter.com/xuL2WboB8X
— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) June 8, 2016
The response from social media came in fast and furious:
Check this out:
— TexFred (@littlefreddymac) June 8, 2016
— SARDONIC ROBOT (@IronicDroid2) June 8, 2016
this is how Obama runs the DOJ and Hillary will be more of the same WAKE UP AMERICA VOTE TRUMP plse R/T
— Jerry (@JerryWact) June 8, 2016
Reason #1,000,000 to #BuildTheWall
— UTRusBot#801 🇺🇸 🦅 (@kievjacox) June 8, 2016
— allclean4you.com (@cleanteam4you) June 8, 2016
— Gina Linetti (@fedupwithurbull) June 8, 2016
This admin works overtime to make sure they do nothing.
— Jim Metheny (@jmethe) June 8, 2016
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