Mexican_Columbian anchor baby 2 year old falls from second story window
McMinnville Police Dept.– 08/03/12
It’s not every family who can leave a two-year old alone with a sofa pushed up against an open window on the second floor and go on to threaten legal action for re-posting a public police annoucement .
Hispanic Family Values: The mother claims to be legal and educated and from Columbia. No comment on her Mexican husband. In any case, fake green cards and social security cards can be bought for about 200.00 in Woodburn . Yet another reason to stop all immigration for ten years. Yensy can go back to her own country and let her kid fall out of windows there.
Mexicans are very casual parents and it is no surprise their anchor babies fall out of windows. So guess who paid for the medical for their lack of intelligent parenting? American taxpayers.
Miguel’s parents were probably illegal aliens from Mexico who were came here to pick crops and refused to self deport. Picking crops in the US does not make one a US citizen. It is a temp job that became the gate way for a mass invasion.
On August 1st, 2012 at 1950 hrs McMinnville Officers were dispatched to 725 SE Ford Street #17 in reference to a child falling from a second story window. Upon arrival the officers found that the victim, a 2 year old child, was being treated by medics and transported to Willamette Valley Medical Center for further evaluation. The child lives with his parents, Yensy Ballas (23) and Miguel Alvarez (25), at the listed location. Ballas was at the residence with the child when the incident took place. According to initial assessment he did not sustain any serious injuries.
Interviews conducted by the officers found that there was a couch pushed against the wall just below the window that the child fell from. Speaking with witnesses on scene, officers learned that the child was playing on the couch just before falling into the screen and through the open window. After falling through the window the child struck an overhanging ledge and ultimately landed on the pavement below.