Friday, March 2, 2007

AMY DUMAS & HER DAD



In Lynn, Massaschusetts, 16-year-old Amy Dumas was shot dead Monday night (May 16) during a home invasion as she tried to protect her wheelchair-bound father, Robert S. Finnerty, who was also killed. Apparently four Asian gang members forced themselves into the family's apartment and shot father and daughter several times. Finnerty was a cancer survivor who was left using a wheelchair after a stroke. Robert's wife Judith Finnerty was in the apartment but was unhurt.

Two men were quickly arrested by police. The accused are "Cambodian-born men" (no further status mentioned) and belong to a local gang, the "Oriental Boys." Two other gangsters are being sought in the killing. At least one of those arrested, Chon Son, "is well known to local police."

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

R.I.P AMY AND ROBERTWE ALL LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU I WISH WE COULD BRING YOU GUYS BACK!

Faye said...

Dear Family / Friends of Amy Dumas,

The articles concerning victims of illegal aliens are being formed into posters by ALIPAC and forwarded to Congressional members to support enforcement of our immigration laws.

Amy's story is one I planned to work on and submit. If you have any pictures or statements you would like to make, we'd be more than happy to include them. Just comment again to indicate you would like to participate and I'll get in touch with you to give you instructions.

Thank you for visiting the site and leaving your comment. We're trying very hard to keep this from happening again. Amy was a beautiful young woman undeserving of what happened to her. She was very courageous in trying to protect her dad.