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Illegal Who Killed 22-Year-Old Deported After Only 4 Months In Jail, Angel Mom Speaks Out

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We have two Angel Parents who serve on our advisory board & it’s always tragic to hear of the death of another American which leaves a grieving family.

WBTW advisory board member & Angel Mom, Mary Ann Mendoza, reacted to news that an illegal alien who killed a 22-year-old man was deported after serving only 4 months in jail.

Mendoza posted on Twitter:

“The justice system failed the Corcoran family. This ILLEGAL ALIEN CRIMINAL spent 4 months in jail and is now deported. We all know he’ll be back. From the courts to our politicians……you ALL HAVE #BLOODONYOURHANDS. REST IN PEACE PIERCE.”

WATCH:

Knox News reported:

“The driver accused of killing a Knoxville Fire Department captain’s son in a head-on crash has been deported.

Federal agents removed Francisco Eduardo Franco-Cambrany, 44, from the U.S. to his native Mexico on Monday, said Bryan Cox, spokesman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. A judge ordered him deported last month for entering the country illegally.

Franco-Cambrany’s deportation means he most likely will never be tried in the Dec. 29 crash on Chapman Highway that killed Pierce Corcoran, the 22-year-old son of KFD Capt. D.J. Corcoran. He faced charges of criminally negligent homicide and driving without a license or insurance.

The Corcoran family filed a wrongful death lawsuit last month in Knox County Circuit Court that sought $8 million in damages.

Pierce Corcoran’s death become a symbol in the national debate over immigration and a building a wall along the Mexican border. His parents appeared on Fox News and met with Republican lawmakers in Washington.

Freshman U.S. Rep. Tim Burchett, R-Knoxville, devoted his first speech on the House floor to Corcoran’s death.

The crash happened after dark just before 6:45 p.m. on Dec. 29 in clear weather on a straight stretch of road near the intersection of Chapman and Gwinfield Drive in South Knoxville. Corcoran and his passenger, Jade Adams, were headed south in a Honda Civic and Franco-Cambrany was headed north in a Chevrolet Silverado with three passengers, including his 19-year-old son.

Two cars in front of Franco-Cambrany in the left lane slowed down as one turned into a storage center’s driveway. Instead of stopping, Franco-Cambrany swerved left across the center line into southbound traffic, according to Knoxville police, where the Silverado collided with the Civic and sent the car spinning into two pickup trucks just behind it.”

Angel Parents Mary Ann Mendoza & Steve Ronnebeck, and sister & brother of Brian Terry, Kelly & Kent. (Photo by Jeff Rainforth for WBTW)

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