Commentary: 'Illegal alien' killed Indian man
"Timothy Wolfe will be forever 21 in the memories of those who loved him. They will never experience the joy and fullness of the life this bright and personable young man might have lived. His baby daughter Abby will never again look into the face or feel the arms of the father who loved her so dearly.

Timothy’s life ended on May 9, 2009, when he was shot in cold blood on a sidewalk in the small resort city of Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. The man charged with first degree murder in the death of Timothy Wolfe is Juan Carlos Villanueva, an illegal alien from Honduras.

A devoted father who spent every possible moment with his 16 month old daughter, Timothy was on his way home for Mother’s Day weekend from Salish Kootenai College in Montana. Timothy stopped at the Mik-n-Macs bar with friends. One of the group, James Samuels, had an altercation with Villanueva. Villanueva’s girlfriend said Timothy tried to make peace. Villanueva was asked to leave the bar. It was an angry man who drove his girlfriend home and returned to the vicinity where he unsuccessfully tried to recruit assistance in dealing with the problem he had had earlier at Mik-n-Macs.

Villanueva found Timothy Wolfe and James Samuels walking down the sidewalk. He made several passes in his car and eventually stopped and rolled down his window. An argument between Timothy, James and Villanueva ensued. Villanueva alleged that “one of the males” hit him in the face. The Summary of the Incident for Probable Cause stated the accused admitted he “wanted the victim to do something to him, so he could do something back.”"

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