On June 16, 2000, the Inman family, Kathy, husband Billy and son Dustin, 16, were in route for a weekend of fishing in the North Georgia mountains. As they were stopped at a red light in Ellijay, Georgia, a speeding vehicle driven by illegal alien Gonzalo Harrell-Gonzalez slammed into the rear of the Inman family's car at an estimated 62 miles per hour killing Dustin and knocking Kathy and Billy Inman comatose.
When Kathy Inman regained consciousness after five weeks in a coma, she learned of the death of her son and that she would spend the rest of her life in a wheelchair. Both Kathy and Billy were so severely injured and couldn't attend their son's funeral.
Not too long after the accident, Gonzalo Harrell-Gonzalez, escaped from a hospital and was never arrested.
A Gilmer County Georgia grand jury indicted Gonzalez on charges of vehicular homicide and serious injury by a vehicle. He remained at large until captured by the Birmingham Police Dept in late 2005. Despite being in the United States illegally, Harrell-Gonzalez was able to obtain a valid North Carolina driver's license using his Mexican birth certificate and a Mexican Matricula Consular ID card.
Billy Inman will tell you that he blames the government sworn to protect him and his family for his son’s death more than he blames the illegal alien who killed him. As a result they created the Dustin Inman Society to “Secure American Borders – Enforce American Laws’ http://www.thedustininmansociety.org/