Justice for Alex
$4,250 raised
61 contributors
5 Years running
On September 10th 2012, Alex Zaldivar (19) was not murdered, but executed in a home he was temporarily staying at in Ocoee, FL. He was a witness listed to testify in court, which was set to take place the very next day for a previous home invasion in ...
On September 10th 2012, Alex Zaldivar (19) was not murdered, but executed in a home he was temporarily staying at in Ocoee, FL. He was a witness listed to testify in court, which was set to take place the very next day for a previous home invasion in May earlier this year. Nolan Darnell Bernard and Bessman Charles Obinna Okafor led the first attack, both convicted felons with lengthy violent criminal histories involving deadly firearms. Orange County Circuit Judge Bob LeBlanc let one (Okafor) of the 2 highly dangerous criminals go on a small bond with a cheap Radio Frequency Monitor. The other, Bernard, has been in the Orange County Jail since May. Court records indicate Okafor left his Pine Hills home at 4:40 a.m. Monday and returned at 5:46 a.m. The deadly shooting in Ocoee occurred around 5:15 a.m., according to police. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to put the pieces of the puzzle together. Okafor has been a criminal since he was 16 years old. He is now 27, with over 17 different criminal charges, nearly all of them involving burglaries and other dangerous crimes involving deadly firearms. He also was arrested in 2006 for violating his probation; he already has shown that he cannot be trusted with any sort of freedom. How could Judge Bob LeBlanc let such a violent criminal with a record like this go with a soft slap on the wrist? None of this would have happened if Okafor were still in prison where he clearly belongs. Justice needs and will be served to Alex. Any form of donation would be tremendously appreciated in this terrible time of tragedy and misfortune. All donations will be used to help pay for funeral expenses and to help the fight against changing the laws so nobody has to ever experience a tragedy like this. We will not stop fighting until we get justice for Alex. Thank you so much.
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