Victims of a Victimless Crime

Illegal immigration is not a victimless crime.  Indeed, many Americans have been murdered in cold blood by illegal aliens.

Ranger Kris Eggle - murdered on the borderOn August 9, 2002, Ranger Kris Eggle was killed on the border by a drug smuggler running from Mexican agents. Bonnie Eggle, mother of Kris Eggle, stated "This murderer was a hired assassin for a drug cartel in Sonoyta who had already been involved in quadruple murders the evening before." She pleads for United States citizens to drop the 'politically correct' notion that only innocent farm laborers are sneaking across the border.

 (See the Kris Eggle memorial website and photos of the border).





Rancher Rob KrentzRancher Rob Krentz was murdered on his ranch on March 27, 2010.  It was believed that he was aiding an illegal alien. Many suspect the murder was retribution for his removal of illegal marijuana that organized Mexican drug trafficers had left on his ranch. His family wrote "This senseless act took the life of a man, a humanitarian, who bore no ill will towards anyone. Rob loved his family instilling in them the importance of honesty, fair dealing and skill managing all aspects of a large 100 year old ranching operation producing food to make our country strong and healthy. He was known for his concern and kindness helping neighbors, friends and even trespassers on his ranch with compassionate assistance in their time of need."



Dustin Inman - killed by an illegal alienDustin Inman was one of the uncounted thousands of Americans who have needlessly lost their lives because government in America refuses to secure American borders or enforce American immigration and employment laws. Sixteen-year-old Dustin Inman was killed by an illegal alien in a senseless traffic collision on his way to a family fishing trip on Father's Day, 2000.

Despite being in the United States illegally, the driver of the car that
killed Dustin, Gonzalo Harrell-Gonzalez, was able to obtain a valid North Carolina driver's license using his Mexican birth certificate and a Mexican Matricula Consular ID card.  He is still at large.

When his mother, Kathy Inman, regained consciousness after five weeks in a coma, she learned of the death of her son and that because of spinal injuries received in the wreck that killed him, she would spend the rest of her life in a wheelchair. Because of their injuries, Kathy and Billy were not able to attend their only son's funeral.


More information about innocent Americans killed by illegal aliens is available at the Immigration's Human Cost website.