I send this letter as a heartbroken man.
I was catching up with our friend Dave, and he told me that you were no longer with us.
The fact that I am hearing about this so far after the fact is driving me to madness.
I am angry that I was not there to stand for you, to fight for you, and I want you to know how sorry I am that I failed you in your hour of greatest need.
I had no idea my man, I had no idea that one of the most special people I have even met in my life was taken from this earth in such brutal fashion.
When I looked it up, and saw the video footage, I lost it, to see a gentle soul person involved in such a tragedy has me questioning quite a few things at the moment.
I am writing this letter to extend my gratitude.
You were a tremendous friend to me, and to everyone around you.
Always smiling, always happy, always there when I needed to talk, maybe the funniest person I have ever come across.
I don’t come home often anymore, but I could always count upon seeing you when I did, and you would always catch me up on everyone, and ask me how my life was going.
You were always so supportive, even after I took off, you encouraged me chase my dream, and not take no for an answer.
I am so distraught, this is so unfair.
I am angry at the cop who hit you, I don’t care what Fairfax County says, or what the official ruling was.
You were taken from us for no reason during the prime of your life, and I am not alone in saying how much I will miss you man.
I hope you will forgive me, and it is my intention that we will meet again, because people like Jeffrey Ponce Aguilar are in heaven, that is where angels go to live.
I hope your doing well up there homey, I will be sure to see your family, and hopefully your memorial when I return