Justice for Matt is a facebook page set up to remember Matthew J Denice, whose life was taken at age 23, by an illegal alien.
“25 innocent victims a day….25 lives stolen each day…”
Thousands of lives changed!
“Son, boyfriend, friend, recent college graduate, and Boston sports fan
Allegedly killed by
Nicholas D. Guaman, 34
Nicholas D. Guaman, 34, an illegal alien from Ecuador living in Milford, MA was arrested and charged with negligent vehicular homicide and second degree murder of 23-year-old Matthew J. Denice.
Police allege that Guaman was intoxicated and unlicensed when he failed to stop at a stop sign. Guaman reportedly ran the stop sign in his brother’s 2004 Ford Pickup hitting Matthew Denice’s motorcycle.
Guaman allegedly dragged Denice for over a quarter mile, then after Denice was thrown from beneath Guaman’s truck, Guaman backed over his body and then left the scene of the accident (like most cowardly and uncaring illegal aliens).
After police stopped Gauman, his 6-year-old son exited the truck and attacked police.
Since 2007, Gauman has reportedly been arrested three times for driving without a license, assault and battery on a police officer, and an assault on a fireman.
Guaman is currently being held on a $100,000 bond and has a court appointed lawyer. The Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency has placed an immigration hold on Guaman in case he attempts to post bond.
More about Matthew
Matthew was responsible and funny young man. Before Matthew was killed, he had just recently graduated college and was working as an IT consultant. He had a longtime girlfriend and many friends. Since Matthew was murdered by a drunk driver, it’s ironic that Matthew had made a pact not to drink alcohol until he was 21, and on many occasions gave friends who did drink rides home to ensure their safety as well as the safety of others. Not surprisingly, he was voted “most dependable” at his high school. His family and friends miss his presence. Their world changed forever on that tragic day.
[OJJPAC note: Like so many other cases, Gauman had been cited for driving without a license and committed other violent crimes but evidently was not turned over to Homeland Security for deportation. Now a son of America is dead and his family must bear the cost of our government’s failure to secure our nation’s borders because Obama and other politicians pander to Hispanic lobby groups and U.S. Chamber of Commerce, who oppose enforcement of U.S. immigration laws.]
Source: Family of motorcyclist who died is ‘broken-hearted’, by Brian Benson, Milford Daily News, 8-22-11 11-2-11 update: Nicholas Guaman was indicted this week for second-degree murder, driving without a license, leaving the scene of an accident, and motor vehicle homicide while under the influence of alcohol, according to a Boston Fox-TV report. The station also reported that Guzman is being held without bail and has a December 15, 2011 court date. 1-7-13 Update: Pablo Guaman also of Equador (also in the U.S. illegally) was arrested again for violating the conditions of his release., Pablo Guaman, Owner of Truck in Matthew Denice Case, Back in Custody, Milford Patch, 1-7-13.”