Saturday, November 16, 2013

Illegal Alien Julio Blanco Garcia Escapes Punishment (in VA!) for Murdering Vanessa Pham, 19, in 2010; Prosecutor: He Attempted to Rape Her, but She Fought Back; ABC’s WJLA Covers Up His Immigration Status and M.O.: He Used His One-Year-Old Daughter as a Lure; He’ll be Released Young Enough to Rape and Murder More

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Thanks to the Texas reader who sent this, remarking,

The fucking maggot gutted her.

And this is all he gets?

Here in Texas they would have given him the death penalty.
[Previously on this case, at WEJB/NSU:

“Mexican Family Values in Falls Church, VA: Illegal Alien Day Laborer Butchers Vietnamese-American Girl, While Holding His One-Year-Old Baby His Lawyer Wants Case Dismissed; Washington Post Says Nothing about Killer's Immigration Status.”]

A parasitic, evil alien killed the daughter of productive immigrants. He knew all the right answers to give, to elicit sympathy, and his lawyer gave him a statement to read in court with just the right tone. By the way, the killer's aggressive lawyer, Alberto Salvado, who tried to get the charges thrown out altogether, is also Hispanic. When the Treason Lobby talks about all the jobs immigration creates, they are talking about jobs for Hispanic lawyers, Hispanic social workers, Hispanic court and hospital interpreters, reconquista educators, reconquista managers, reconquista racist newsroom enforcers, reconquista cops, etc.



Vanessa Pham murder: Julio Blanco Garcia sentenced to 49 years

By Kris Van Cleave

November 15, 2013 - 7:53 a.m.


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(WJLA) - Breaking his silence just moments before being sentenced, convicted murderer Julio Blanco Garcia apologized to the family and friends of 19-year-old Vanessa Pham, whom he murdered in 2010.

Julio Blanco Garcia to be sentenced in Vanessa Pham murder case.

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“I hope my punishment will help them in their grieving process," he said.

In August 2013, a jury convicted him of first-degree murder for the brutal killing of the young college student. And while prosecutors had hoped for a life sentence, Judge Jane Marum Roush of the Fairfax County Court sentenced Garcia to 49 years in prison.

On Friday, prosecutors also laid out what they believe was the true motive for Pham’s murder:

"We maintain and we have always maintained that Mr. Garcia abducted Vanessa to rape her," said attorney Ray Morrogh. "That's why he stabbed her, because she bucked when she realized what was going to happen."

Blanco Garcia’s lawyers argued that he was high on PCP at the time of the killing, and in court, they asked the judge to consider a lighter prison sentence. "It's horrible, we understand -- in no means are we suggesting that Mr. Blanco Garcia is a hero," said defense attorney Alberto Salvado. "We are only suggesting that he has a conscience and he's taking responsibility."

Pham’s devastated family was in court, but did not speak. Instead, prosecutors read from a letter written by Vanessa’s mother.

"I have a tombstone where I go to visit Vanessa, and all i can do is place flowers and have a one-way conversation," part of it read.

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