Hispanic man convicted for trying to set fire to ex-wife’s house over withheld check

Man accused of burning house over withheld check receives sentence Income was withheld from his paycheck for child support of two childre...

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  • Man accused of burning house over withheld check receives sentence
  • Income was withheld from his paycheck for child support of two children
  • The home belonged to his ex-wife and their children in Willis, Texas, north of Houston

Burning house over check. A check represents the possibility of covering several expenses, such as those provided by the government for the pandemic, but what happens when tragedy hits a family over this piece of paper? This happened when a man tried to set fire to the house of his ex-wife and children, according to the news portal Univision.

The tragic events took place on August 30, 2020, when the recently convicted 28-year-old José Hernández Valerio decided to express his frustration in the most fearsome way against his family.

DECLARES GUILTY

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Two days before the Hispanic received bad news for his pockets, and that is that income was withheld from his paycheck for child support from two of the children who were sleeping inside the house at the time of the attack.

This apparently infuriated the man, who thoughtlessly tried to harm his ex-wife and children, for which he was brought to trial and there he pleaded guilty to the first-degree felony arson of a house.

ALL THE WEIGHT OF THE LAW

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According to official information from the authorities, the man received a sentence of 40 years in prison, however, it was also clarified that he must serve at least 20 years in prison before being able to meet the requirements to obtain parole.

It was last Wednesday, April 21, when José Hernández Valerio pleaded guilty to attempting to set fire to a house where his ex-wife, two other adult relatives and 4 children were sleeping inside their mobile home. Filed Under: Conviction of Burning House Check

MANUFACTURED MOLOTOV PUMPS

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The authorities report that the man made two homemade Molotov cocktails with glass jars, flammable liquid and a fabric wick. and in the place, he set fire to them and threw them through two windows of the house.

The experts indicated that one of the Molotov cocktails exploded on impact, causing the flames to spread to the kitchen area, without reaching the people who had to take cover to avoid being burned. Filed Under: Conviction of Burning House Check

Condemnation of burning house check: VIOLENCE DOES NOT STOP

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In the last week there has been a considerable increase in violence in the United States, perhaps as a result of the desperation of the people of not having a job or not being able to support the family, which is why the check represents all the hopes of survival of the beneficiaries.

The dispute over the economic stimulus has already left fatalities in families, when a group of blood relatives fought over resources and several of them died, for which there is already a bloody precedent. Filed Under: Conviction of Burning House Check

SCARED THE WHOLE FAMILY

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It was reported that after the Hispanic aggression, the occupants heard the windows exploding and acted immediately to put out the flames before it spread further through the home of his ex-wife and their children.

Hernández Valerio left quickly on foot, however he was identified because he was recorded on the surveillance video of the house, so today he will face a 40-year prison sentence for the crime of which he has already pleaded guilty. Filed Under: Conviction of Burning House Check

Condemnation of burning house check: INVESTIGATE AGGRESSION

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For his part, James Bagwel, Montgomery County Fire Chief, gave his report of the events and detailed that he collected physical evidence from the scene, searched nearby homes and businesses in search of additional surveillance videos and interviewed witnesses.

The man is already in prison, while the family is in good health, but not before being scared of their lives by the fearsome action of the Hispanic for trying to set fire to a house because they withheld the check for the pandemic. Filed Under: Conviction of Burning House Check

Condemnation of burning house check: “BE RESPONSIBLE”

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In the Univisión Facebook account, people decided to publish what they think of this event: “Those men who are leaving children scattered later are offended because they believe that the children are kept from air.”

And he added: “Be responsible because when you are old you are giving pity and blame the children who did not try with the indispensable and love they do not want responsibility they do not have children or take care of themselves as they have more love for money than their own children” . Filed Under: Conviction of Burning House Check

“UNFORTUNATE”

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But people did not stop making aggressive comments towards the person responsible for the attack: “Unfortunate would rather murder his own children than support them, screw you”, “they would have given him more”, “very good now to cry parenthood.”

Others commented: “It’s good that they gave him his punishment, the damn dog, the children and the ex are going to live better without him”, “40 were few for this unfortunate and disgusting shit …”, “For each one they would have given him …
Evil dog”. Filed Under: Conviction of Burning House Check

“COWARD”

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But anger continued to grow among Internet users and one of them unceremoniously said: “Damn, what fault are the children that he is an irresponsible man and even worse trying to kill them that shit … person.”

Others said about the recently convicted Hispanic: “Don’t put him in jail so that they are going to feed the bad guy a lethal injection”, “damn asshole”, “pin … crazy asshole”, “damn crazy”, “pin … crazy” , “Unfortunate”, “coward”. Filed Under: Conviction of Burning House Check

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