Victims’ Stories

Joshua Aaron Wilkerson

Joshua Aaron Wilkerson

Josh was our youngest son, he was 18 years old, and a senior in high school at the time of his death.  A classmate asked him for a ride home. Instead Josh coming home from school that day, we ended up with an autopsy report; Manner of Death: Abdomen Trauma, Head Trauma and Strangulation. His body was also set on fire after his death. He was tortured by a classmate that was in the United States illegally. This killer was brought to the U. S. by his parents from Belize. They were all Visa Overstays. His killer was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life. He has to serve 30 years before he is eligible for parole in Texas.

Josh was an incredible young man with dreams and aspirations for his life. He talked about joining the United States Air Force, following in his brother's footsteps. Josh was kind and compassionate. He had his own convictions and called Jesus his Lord and Savior. He was a blessing to our family. We know that he is home with the Lord; however, those of us left to mourn him are forever changed. We will continue to have a gaping hole in our souls until we are called home. This is a devastating blow to our family, extended family, friends and our community. He will be forever missed.

Psalms 3:5-6 "Trust in the Lord with all of your heart, and lean not on your own understanding; in ALL your ways submit to Him, and He will make your paths straight."

Wilkerson Family

Posted by admin in Victims' Stories
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

Posted by admin in Victims' Stories
Sander Cohen

Sander Cohen

In 2017 I was feeling Mother Proud! Sander became a Deputy Chief Fire Marshal, Northeast Regional Commander, Maryland State Police. My "Baby Boy" was supervising a dozen Fire Marshals. His "Big Boss," Brian Geraci, whom I met for the first time at 2am Dec 8, 2017 when he came to tell us Sander was dead, were on the same page. We both believed in the "Sandman".
Before that, every Tuesday when Sander came over for dinner he and I searched on-line for his first house. He said it had to be in his buddies neighborhood and have good schools for his "future family". I was beyond happy! House, family, a daughter-in-law, grandchildren! Cool!!! My husband, Neil (PopaDoc), and I could see our families fabulous future coming to fruition. Then our dreams died. An illegal alien hit and killed my son and FBI Special Agent, Carlos Wolff, when he stopped on a Maryland highway to help Carlos who had hit the Jersey wall. Sander was a Volunteer Firefighter at RVFD, known as the "Rock". Medics he had worked with responded to the horrific scene. I was told there were 1600 people at Sander's funeral. I sort of heard Sander's friends and colleagues speak. I remember seeing 100s of men and women in their police and fire dress clothes. I saw people standing by the road in the cold for miles as we followed the fire truck carrying my dead child to the cemetery.
I spent the first year in the company of angels. I'm getting my happy back one day at a time. I went to Police Week and saw Sander's name engraved on their Memorial Wall. At National Fallen Fire Fighters, I saw his name engraved on their Memorial Wall. We went to the Headquarters of Maryland State Police and I saw Sander's name engraved on a Memorial. RVFD invited us to be Lifetime members. I see Carlos' widow, Marla, and her children every week. Sander's friends have invited us to their weddings. We help out at the firehouse and I am part of the Angel Families. We are bonded for life.

Posted by admin in Victims' Stories
Tierra Stansberry

Tierra Stansberry

My name is Chris Stansberry. Tierra Stansberry is my daughter. On June 13,2016 Tierra was murdered by an illegal alien. Johnny Sanchez set 2 fires to the place where Tierra was at. Not only did he murder my daughter that night but along with her murder he murdered 4 others and attempted to kill 2 more.
On November 8,2018 Tierra has been granted justice when the jury ruled on 5 counts of murder, 2 counts attempted murder and numerous counts of arson.  All jury members found him GUILTY of his cruel and heinous crimes.
My daughter would still be here and alive if our immigration laws had been followed. He has been deported three times prior to this happening and just three days prior to his malicious crimes he was in police custody.
My daughter will forever be remembered for who she is. She's goofy and knows how to have a good time, she's kind hearted and full of love.  She would do anything for anyone. Tierra is deeply missed by her loving family and if you think that illegals don't affect you or that this could never happen to you or your family please rethink that possibility.  That is the same thought process that I had and due to this I had to bury my daughter. With more illegals coming here day after day the possibility of this happening again to any family is greater than ever.

Chris Stansberry

Posted by admin in Victims' Stories
Carlos Wolff

Carlos Wolff

My husband, Carlos Wolff, was a Supervisory Special FBI Agent. Carlos was born in Venezuela and came to the United States when he was 8 years old. He joined the FBI as a special agent when he was 25, and dedicated his 11 years at the FBI to protecting America. Carlos’ life ended at 36 years old when he was hit by an illegal alien—on December 8, 2017. Carlos had been in a single vehicle accident. Deputy Chief Fire Marshall Sander Cohen had stopped behind Carlos to help him. As the two men were waiting on the shoulder for help to arrive, Roberto Garza Palacios hit and killed them both. Palacios had overstayed his visa since 2009 and was wanted by ICE in 2015 due to his numerous offense record; which included two DUI's, two counts of endangerment of life, property and person, and possession of cocaine. However, Montgomery County MD refused to hand Palacios over to ICE due to immigration laws that had changed in Maryland. Palacios was then fined $280 for hitting Carlos and Sander, and is currently out free on a $15,000 bail.

Carlos left behind his wife of twelve years, Marla, and their two young children, who were 2 and 7 years old at the time of the accident.

Considering Palacios’ record, he should have been deported in 2015 when ICE requested him from Montgomery County, MD. Our families are going through so much pain and heartache. Carlos and Sander were individuals whom were loved by many. Maryland’s sanctuary laws protect illegals over citizens. We need to see our laws changed so that others do not have to experience this unimaginable heartache.

Marla works part-time and devotes the rest of her time to raising her two young children.

Marla Wolff

Posted by admin in Victims' Stories