Month: February 2020

Brandon Randolph Michael

Brandon Randolph Michael

Brandon Randolph Michael was born on May 7, 1986 in Norfolk, Virginia to a Naval career family, Parents Robert & Kiyan Michael, Older Brother B.J, and younger sister Keilah Michael.

Brandon loved animals, both and wild and domesticated. Brandon knew no enemies. He had a sincere heart of giving and caring. Even as a young child, Brandon’s desire was to feed the hungry and would ask to give clothes out of his closet to the needy. He served as a page to Jacksonville’s city council, and in his local church as well as a life guard during the summer months. Brandon was full of life with a reassuring smile to all who knew him. Somehow, he sensed when others were hurting and made it his mission to reach out to them with his wide smile. He was an Advid Dallas Cowboy fan and Brandon loved and valued his family.

Brandon was engaged to be married but his dreams were cut short on August 15, 2007. While on his way to the bank during his lunch break, Brandon was hit by a twice deported illegal alien, causing his car to flip, killing him. The illegal alien, Mario Tellez, had been stopped by local law enforcement several months prior and was just given a fine for driving without a drivers license and released. After hitting our son, the illegal alien got out of his car and watched Brandon take his last breaths. The illegal refused to admit he was driving, (although he was the only person in the vehicle), causing the state of Florida to have to prove he was behind the wheel. Now, our family not only had to deal with the sudden lose of our middle child, we also had to endure a lengthy trail. After the illegal was identified by an enforcement officer that had been on the scene, he was sentenced to just two years and deported once again.

Brandon deserved to still be here. Because the state of Florida and our nation failed to secure Brandon’s safety by not enforcing our immigration laws and failed to enforce the laws we had, Brandon never received the justice due to him as an American citizen. As Brandon’s family, in 2017, we founded the Brandon Michael Foundation and begin to work hand and hand with Angel Families to bring much needed changes to our immigration laws and enforcement to better protect all Americans citizens. My husband Robert and I first met with law enforcement Officers in Hernando County as support to our Governors proposed 287g program. We are deligently working to meet with cities, county and state leaders and Sheriffs throughout Florida to encourage better communication and enforcement of immigration policies thereby further support 287g as well as eliminate and further prohibit sanctuary cities. We are hopeful we’re given the opportunity to travel to other states throughout the U.S. to help develop and encourage similar immigration legislation. Our family has been honored to be guest of Florida’s Govenor and First Lady DeSantis’ first state of the state address and 2019 Governor’s Black History Celebration.

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Twitter Bans Angel Mom Founder

Twitter Bans Angel Mom Founder

"Twitter bans ‘angel mom’ for criticizing illegals who kill thousands of Americans every year"

Twitter bans Angel Mom Founder Mary Ann Mendoza. Read the full article here by Victor Skinner on "The American Mirror" website.

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Hailey King

Hailey King

Hailey King was my daughter; she was also a mother, friend and hard worker with dreams of joining the Navy. On November 6, 2016, shortly before her 19th birthday, she became a victim of a hit and run homicide by an illegal alien. She was on her way home on a scooter driven by her friend David. They were one block from home when Sergio Larios - Rodriguez who was driving 70 mph in a 35 mph zone, hit their scooter from behind. Hailey was killed and David left permanently disabled. Hailey, who was the passenger, took the brunt of the impact, and never saw what was happening to her.

Sergio Larios - Rodriguez then dragged the scooter and David, who was trapped under his truck for over 2,000 feet until David's legs were torn off and his body finally released. Rodriguez then hid the truck with the scooter still trapped underneath it and walked away covertly hiding himself for over 48 hours. He never tried to help Hailey or David; leaving them both for dead on a main thoroughfare in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Hailey survived for six hours on a life support system.  I was able to say good bye to my precious daughter. I promised to seek justice and to raise her daughter to know her mother. David survived but is now in a wheelchair.

Initially, there were no charges assigned to Rodriquez but after hard work and with the help of non profit organizations and legislators he faces charges including the death of Hailey and battery on David. Rodriquez came into the United States as an illegal immigrant and was able to live and work here until I started the journey to judicial justice. I am determined to work on public policy changes to better protect the legal citizens of our country. An illegal alien's actions have impacted generations of our family and left a little girl without her mother.

I have collaborated with legislators in the state of Arkansas, interviewed on FOX News,  appeared at national rallies concerning crimes committed by undocumented citizens, and I am a member of Angel Families all in order of hopes of saving another family from such hardships.

Kathryn Hall

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