Sunday, March 4, 2007


Reverand William Huang - Life Story (edited)

William Huang was born on November 20, 1944 in Henyang, Hunan, China. His family fled to Chunli, Taiwan to escape war when William was 8. His love of music first attracted him to the local Baptist church, where he was baptized in 1956. He received a Bachelor's and a Master's degree in Chemical Engineering, a Master's in Communication, worked not only in egineering but led a very active life in the church. He also served in the Republic of China Air Force. He immigrated to the U.S. in 1970, married his wife Lena in 1978. They had 4 children, Jade, Shane, Charlotte, and Christian. In 1988 he received his Master's Degree of Divinty and started Melody of Life Ministries, am inistry to reflect his passion for both missions and music. He frequently served overseas to provide relief to the poor and weak, especially after disasters.
He was also very extremely involved in the Asian community and served as an MC, comedian, talk show host, play actor, etc. at many events in the states as well as overseas. He took all these opportunities to reach out to those that would not have ever set foot in church. To reach out beyond church doors was not only his passion, but his vision.

William purchased the Lucky Seafood Market in December 2005 in an attempt to financially support the family and his ministry. There he found himself extremely happy, singing to every customer that walked in and shared the gospel to anyone that cared to listen. He came home every night with stories of the different people he met and sang to. He had intended to raise funds to serve in Henan Province, China, where his heart was touched by the suffering caused by the high rate of HIV infection and AIDS related deaths among people too poor for treatment.

Reverand William Huang - Murder Case Information (edited)

"On the night of the murder, our family was celebrating my youngest brother’s 10 th birthday. At around 8:45pm , my father informed us and the guests that he was going to go close up the store. Leon Lugo Andradé, a man with a history of violence, had a protective order against him for over a year for regularly beating his wife and children throughout their relationship. Just in Houston alone, Andradé has a long criminal record starting with a murder/manslaughter 15 years, continuing with numerous DWI’s, firing a weapon and carrying a shotgun in a public place. When the wife finally left him, he became increasingly threatening, forcing his ex-wife and children to move every few months."

Andrade finally located his wife and followed her to the Huang household where she and her children had fled for protection. Reverand Huang distracted Andrade from his wife and children and Andrade finally chased Reverand Huang around a car with a machete, hacking him to death.

"Eventually, my father fell. Andradé forced him into the alley next to the restaurant and struck him with multiple blows to the head. My father attempted to defend himself by putting up his arms to block the machete, and received large gashes on his hand and forearm and losing his thumb. The right side of his face had been split open in 3 places. The back of his skull had been shattered leaving a gaping hole in the back of his head. Andradé immediately drove off in his green van when witnesses started to show up after hearing the screams from the women. My father’s actions bought enough time to save the life of the woman and her daughter. "

Shelly Moore Capito's website

As a result of this and other murders committed by illegal aliens, Reprsentative Shelly Moore Capito sponsored and worked to pass 3 major pieces of legislation:

H.R. 6094, The Community Protection Act of 2006
H.R. 6095, The Immigration Law Enforcement Act of 2006
H.R. 4830, The Border Tunnel Prevention Act of 2006

"A nation without borders is not a nation," said Rep. Capito. "For too long, we have not paid attention to the battle being waged on our southern border. That battle is real, and we must do everything in our power to win it. The federal government has the duty to protect our citizens by securing our borders. "

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