Justice for Jose's Murder

I once saw my father strip his clothes off, give them to a homeless man in the middle of the night, and drive home with nothing but his undergarments. I can’t describe him a better way, his heart was kind and noble to anyone who needed help.
My father Jose devoted his entire life to me and my four younger sisters, he would spend his last penny on our happiness.
Tuesday night 11:40 PM, there was an altercation between Hesperia City road workers (several) against my father. THEY SAY he attacked first. THEY SAY he alone tried to go against all. Victorville City HAS TWISTED THE STORY before the homicide case could even begin.
My father was MURDERED by government construction workers. Even if it was self-defense, multiple men against 1? IF he had started the fight, HOW is it possible that these workers could not detain an UNARMED man? Why did they all have to beat him to the point where HIS EYEBALL CAME OUT OF HIS SKULL and his eyelid had to be stitched back.
WHY was it necessary to beat a man with a shovel IN THE FACE to death?

He left five daughters behind: Michelle (20), Esther (17), Yanetzy (12), Noemi (11), and me (21). Where is our justice for our father?

A father's love compares to nothing else. 

All his organs, veins, and tissues have been donated to One Legacy, because of his brain death, all organs are usable. Only 1% of deaths are brain deaths and of those, only a few decide to donate their organs.  

Even gone, he continues to contribute his help to those in need.
His death will give life to other families, and their generations to come.
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Mizzy Ruvalcaba 
Apple Valley, CA