This image released by U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va., shows the damage to the car that allegedly hit and killed Alois Pedzisai Matyoramhinga in Zimbawbe. Unusual circumstances have left ... more 
This image released by U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va., shows the damage to the car that allegedly hit and killed Alois Pedzisai Matyoramhinga in Zimbawbe. Unusual circumstances have left federal prosecutors pursuing vandalism charges against Andrew Pastirik, a U.S. government worker accused of killing the Zimbabwe man in a drunken driving collision. Much of the case against Pastirik is shrouded in secrecy at a federal courthouse in northern Virginia. Court documents show the only charge filed against Pastirik in the 2008 death is one of “malicious mischief,” or vandalism, for wrecking a U.S. government-owned Toyota Land Cruiser he was driving. (AP Photo/Department of Justice) less 
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Tue, May 21, 2013 4:36 AM EDT