Daily Caller reports:
Back on Dec. 8, 2017, Carlos Wolff — an FBI agent and legal immigrant from Venezuela — was texting while driving and hit the concrete median on I-270 in Maryland. Sander Cohen — an arson investigator — stopped to help him.
While both of them were standing on the side of the highway, Garza Palacios struck them, sending both off-duty officers over the median and into the traffic. They both died.
Wolff’s widow said the Post that, “It’s ridiculous. He just pays $280, and that’s all he has to do.”
For comparison, Maryland routinely fines American citizens up to $500 for texting while driving—and that’s if you don’t kill anyone.