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June 21, 2007

Illegal Immigrant Accused of Killing Woman in Wreck

Filed under: Arizona, crime, DUI, DWI, Illegal Immigration, immigration, murder, News — readthis @ 11:57 am

Illegal immigrant Guadalupe Perez-Borjorquez is accused of causing a traffic accident that killed 46-year-old mother Nanuma Lavulavu.  The sheriff’s deputy says Perez-Borjorquez repeatedly rammed his vehicle, pushing it into traffic and causing a wreck that severed Lavulavu’s leg and caused her death.

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  1. it’s so sad that this beautiful sweet spirited woman had passed due to a lack of wisdom in this immigrants head. Nanuma, Rest In Peace. You will be terribly missed by your family and grandchildren. ‘Ofa pe ke ke ma’u ha nonga ‘ihe feitu’u ‘oku ke ‘iai, foki ‘a ki hotau tamai ‘oku ‘i hevani.

    Ofa Lahi Atu

    Comment by Fo'i Lole — June 22, 2007 @ 7:30 pm

  2. My family is heartbroken over the death of Numa. It was a senseless act of sheer stupidity that took her life. She was a kind and gentle woman that was the caregiver for my grandmother. She not only took care of her own family but she took care of mine as well. She added such peace to our family in a very graceful way. We loved her, she was a part of our family and we miss her dearly.

    Now we only hope that the tragic loss of her life might some how make a positive impact in important decision that need to be made with respect to illegal immigrants. Enough is enough!

    Comment by Susan Harnage — June 27, 2007 @ 10:23 am


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