Hannity read a letter she wrote that said her son deserved better than a senseless fatality, and that immigrants who come to the U.S. ought to come legally and grow responsible citizens.
Her husband, Capt. Corcoran, included: “We are not a hating people. We adore, and we rally behind people — the underdogs who come here to America and supersede legally, and that’s what we want.”
He said law immigration shouldn’t be a partisan issue, and his son’s alleged killer was in America for 14 years in “the darkness, ” seeing no assault “to become a legal, law-abiding citizen.”
Wendy said, “Our son’s life meant something, and our authority attains it feel as if it didn’t — that somebody who had no right supposed to be here affairs more.”
She said she felt re-victimized by the system, and blamed the governmental forces for the fissures in the system.
Her husband mentioned an old-fashioned saying by his father who said discouragings such as a stymie or entrance or wall retains out an honest party. A criminal will find a way in, and discouragings in place keep out the bad guys.
“In manufacturing, if you produce a produce, and it is killing people, and it is suffering them, they will issue a withdraw. We have a plan that has a inaccuracy. We have a flaw in the system, and there needs to be a recollect. There needs to be a do-over, ” her husband included. “We need to stop the conveyor belt — stop the manufacturing.”