Republicans have it very tough attracting minority voters. Asian American Indians are a fast and successfully growing ethnic group in America, and typically vote over 80% Democrat
. Because they are shunning Republican ideals of crime, corruption, stupidity, and hatred, Asian American Indians are doing so well.
Therefore, every Indian GOPer that gets into serious legal trouble
translates into serious losses for the GOP. In Hamilton County, Indiana, Marietto “Mario” Massillamany was arrested again on July 7, 2013 on two charges related to driving while intoxicated. Massillamany, 36, is an attorney at Barnes & Thornburg and former deputy prosecutor in Marion and Hamilton counties. He is also chairman of the Hamilton County Young Republicans.
Hamilton County Young Republicans chief arrested on 3rd drunken driving allegation
Marietto “Mario” Massillamany, an attorney and chairman of the Hamilton County Young Republicans with two prior alcohol-related driving arrests, was arrested again Sunday morning on two charges related to driving while intoxicated.
Massillamany, 36, an attorney at Barnes & Thornburg and former deputy prosecutor in Marion and Hamilton counties, previously was reprimanded by the state Supreme Court after a 2010 drunken driving conviction, his second.
Massillamany was taken into custody on “preliminary charges of OWI: Previous Conviction and OWI: .08 to less than .15 (blood alcohol content).”
Massillamany was taken to Hamilton County Jail and later released on bond.
Massillamany has had two other alcohol-related driving arrests since 2000.
He was arrested for OWI in March 2010 after police saw his vehicle swerving and clocked it traveling at 71 mph in a 40-mph zone on 116th Street in Fishers. He resigned later that week from his post as spokesman for then-Marion County Prosecutor Carl Brizzi.
In December 2010, he pleaded guilty and was sentenced to serve 32 days in the Hamilton County Jail.
That was his second OWI conviction; he also was convicted in 2000 in Marion County.
In May 2011, the Indiana Supreme Court issued Massillamany a public reprimand for the 2010 conviction. The court’s disciplinary orders said Massillamany violated an Indiana Professional Conduct rule.