Oregon Mexican Drivers: Presumed Illegal SILVINO RODRIGUEZ VALDEZ Causes Car Crash Sends Americans to Hospital

what they don’t tell you is his immigration status because Oregon is a sanctuary state where they don’t check. You know he is Mexican because he drives an old beat up car that isn’t fit for the freeway.

Injury Traffic Crash – Interstate 5 near Highway 217 (Photos)

Oregon State Police – 04/11/13

Two people from Reedsport were taken to a Portland-area hospital Thursday morning following a two-vehicle traffic crash in the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 near Highway 217. The crash blocked the northbound lanes for about 45 minutes with traffic utilizing the right shoulder to move through the area until the involved vehicles were removed.

On April 11, 2013 at approximately 6:05 a.m., a 1994 Nissan pickup driven by SILVINO RODRIGUEZ VALDEZ, age 31, from Salem, was northbound in the left lane on Interstate 5 near milepost 292 when the pickup had an unknown mechanical problem. RODRIGUEZ VALDEZ tried moving across the northbound lanes to the right toward the exit, but as the pickup lost power it coasted to a stop in one of the traffic lanes and was struck from behind by a 2008 Chevrolet Impala four-door driven by OLAF M. BRYANT, age 73, from Reedsport.

OLAF BRYANT and his wife/passenger PHYLLIS BRYANT, age 79, were transported by Metro West ambulance to Oregon Health & Science University with minor injuries.

ROGRIGUEZ VALDEZ was not injured.

All involved occupants were using safety restraints and not citations were issued.

Oregon State Police was assisted at the scene by Tigard Police Department, Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue, and ODOT.

Photographs – Oregon State Police

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Angel Flores Presumed Illegal Alien of Mexico Shot In Mexican Gang War in Salem Oregon Barrio of Mexico

Salem Police Department Investigating Shooting

 Salem was a nice place to live until  Oregon and ICE refused to enforce our laws concerning Immigration. Now virtually every town and city and rural area is over-run with mexicans and their crimes, not to mention their money sucking anchor babies. Hopefully he will die in surgery but legal Americans will pay for his medical bill.

Salem Police Dept.– 09/15/12

Update 09/15/12 4:30 AM: Angel Flores, 31 years of age, a resident of Salem, has been identified as the individual wounded. Flores was shot multiple times and remains in surgery at this time.
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On 09/14/12, at about 10:00 PM, the Salem Police Department received a report of a shooting in the parking lot of the Mallard Landing Apartments, 4100 Market St NE. A 31 year old male was shot and transported by an acquaintance to Salem Hospital where he is being treated for life threatening injuries. Detectives are investigating the incident. Initial indications are that the shooting may be gang related.

Anyone with information is asked to call the Salem Police Department at (503)588-6123.
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Anti-Muslim Filmmaker: Ugly Criminal Immigrant Nakoula Basseley Nakoula Not Deported

  • This is almost a perfect example of what is wrong with US immigration policy. First we allow a criminal to immigrant to the US, and his crime spree takes off. He is arrested, yet not deported, He is given a probation officer who does not monitor him. He creates a anti-muslim film and he is investigated by the Sheriff , who is responding to Muslim outrage, not concern over the ugly immigrants criminal behavior. It was to harass Nakoula into submission, to placate the Muslims, not because he was violating this probation that the Sheriff contacted him.

AP) — A Southern California filmmaker linked to an anti-Islamic movie inflaming protests across the Middle East was interviewed by federal probation officers at a Los Angeles sheriff’s station but was not arrested or detained, authorities said early Saturday.

Nakoula Basseley Nakoula, 55, was interviewed at the station in his hometown of Cerritos, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Don Walker said.

Federal officials have said they were investigating the activities of Nakoula, who has been convicted of financial crimes. If the probation department determines Nakoula violated terms of his release, a judge could send him back to prison.

Walker said Nakoula traveled voluntarily in a squad car with deputies.

“He went to the Cerritos station to talk with probation officers. He’s not under any arrest,” Walker said.

The deputy said he doesn’t have information on the interview or how long it lasted. KNBC-TV reported that Nakoula went to the station early Saturday morning.

The TV station said that media had been staking out the home at the end of a cul de sac in the Southern California city when the man emerged wearing a coat, hat, scarf and glasses.

There was no answer early Saturday at the federal probation department’s California’s central district office in Los Angeles.

The probation department is reviewing the case of Nakoula, who was previously convicted on bank fraud charges and was banned from using computers or the Internet as part of his sentence. The review is aimed at learning whether Nakoula violated the terms of his five-year probation.

Karen Redmond, a spokeswoman for the administrative office of the U.S. courts, confirmed Friday the review is under way.

Federal authorities have identified Nakoula, a self-described Coptic Christian, as the key figure behind “Innocence of Muslims,” a film denigrating Islam and the Prophet Muhammad that ignited mob violence against U.S. embassies across the Middle East. A federal law enforcement official told The Associated Press on Thursday that authorities had connected Nakoula to a man using the pseudonym of Sam Bacile who claimed earlier to be writer and director of the film.

Violent protests set off by the film in Libya played a role in mob attacks in Benghazi that killed U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other American officials. U.S. Embassy gates in Cairo were breached by protesters and demonstrations against American missions spread to Yemen on Thursday and on Friday to several other countries.

Nakoula pleaded no contest in 2010 to federal bank fraud charges in California and was ordered to pay more than $790,000 in restitution. He was also sentenced to 21 months in federal prison and was ordered not to use computers or the Internet for five years without approval from his probation officer.

His attorney cited Nakoula’s poor health in a bid for leniency and home detention, stating his client suffered from Hepatitis C, diabetes that require twice-daily insulin shots, and other ailments that required more than 10 medications a day, according to a transcript of the sentencing obtained by the AP.

Many records in case remain sealed, but prosecutors sought a longer prison term and noted that he misused some of his own relatives’ identities to open 600 fraudulent credit accounts. Nakoula apologized during the proceedings and his attorney James D. Henderson Sr. said Nakoula had learned his lesson.

“He’s clearly gotten the message,” Henderson said. “I can’t imagine him doing anything stupider than what he did here, but what’s done is done.”

Henderson said during the hearing that his client had been enlisted by another man to open the accounts and had only received $60,000 to $70,000 from the fraudulent transactions. He got involved in the scheme after losing his job in the gas station industry and had been forced to work for a few dollars a weekend at swap meets to try to support his children and an ailing father, Henderson said, according to the transcript.

It could be difficult to establish a probation violation case against Nakoula. In the federal court system, the conditions of supervised release are geared toward the offense for which a defendant was found guilty and imprisoned.

In Nakoula’s case, the offense was bank fraud. His no contest plea was to charges of setting up fraudulent bank accounts using stolen identities and Social Security numbers, depositing checks from those accounts into other phony accounts and then withdrawing the illicit funds from ATM machines.

While it was unclear what might have provoked authorities’ interest, the filmmaker’s use of a false identity and his access to the Internet through computers could be at issue, according to experts in cyber law and the federal probation system. Nakoula, who told the AP that he was logistics manager for the film, was under requirements to provide authorities with records of all his bank and business accounts.

The probation order authorized in June 2010 warned Nakoula against using false identities. Nakoula was told not to “use, for any purpose or in any manner, any name other than his/her true legal name or names without the prior written approval of the Probation Officer.”

Federal prosecutors had charged that Nakoula used multiple false identities in creating his fraudulent accounts. Several, Nicola Bacily and Erwin Salameh, were similar to the Sam Bacile pseudonym used to set up the YouTube account for the anti-Islamic film. Other pseudonyms used in the accounts ranged from Ahmed Hamdy to P.J. Tobacco.

Nakoula was also told he could not have any access to the Internet “without the prior approval of the probation officer.” Nakoula was ordered to detail any online devices and cellphones to authorities and was told his devices would be monitored and subject to searches.

Jennifer Granick, a criminal defense lawyer who specializes in online crimes, said authorities might not have been aware of Nakoula’s online activity even if monitoring devices were placed on his computers. “That may be very hard for a probation officer to catch ahead of time.”

Granick also noted that Nakoula’s conviction for financial crimes might provide a basis for probation officials to review bank and other monetary records. “Somebody charged with a financial crime might receive some supervision categories where they might re-offend,” she said.

Nakoula was arrested in June 2009, pleaded no contest to the bank fraud charges a year later and was released from federal prison in June 2011 after serving a 21-month prison term, according to federal records.

An initial report about the federal probation review appeared in The Wall Street Journal.

There are indications that “Innocence of Muslims” may have already been under way as a film project when Nakoula was arrested. A casting call for actors and crew for a film called “Desert Warrior” ran in Backstage magazine, based in Los Angeles and New York, in May and June 2009. The casting call described the film project as a “historical Arabian Desert adventure” and listed a “Sam Bassiel” as producer.

One notice identified “Pharaoh Voice Inc.”as the film’s production company. California state records show Pharaoh Voice was incorporated in September 2007 by a “Youssef M. Basseley.” The principal address for Pharaoh Voice in Hawaiian Gardens, a southern California community, is the same location where Nakoula lived until 2008, according to state records.

During an interview with AP, Nakoula denied that he was Sam Bacile, but acknowledged knowing him.

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Associated Press writers Bob Seavey in Phoenix and Pete Yost, Stephen Braun and Ted Bridis in Washington contributed to this report

 

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September Trial For Emma West Victim Delayed Once Again

 

 

Emma West, tram lady, trial adjourned

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By Richard Milnes

Sep 5, 2012 in Crime
 
By Richard Milnes.
 
 
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Croydon– Emma West had been due to face Croydon Crown Court on Wednesday, 5 September, but her case was adjourned again, for the third time.

 
This Is Croydonreports that Emma West of New Addington, is charged with two racially aggravated public order offences after video was posted on YouTube.

 

The case has been adjourned again as the Crown Prosecution Service has asked for further reports to be compiled.

 

The case had previously been adjournments in June and July. Both times the reason given was the need for further psychiatric reports.

 

The BBCreported in February that 34-year old Emma West pleaded not guilty over an alleged ‘racist’ rant.

 

The Daily Mailhad reported that she had taken a double dose of her medication on the day of the incident.

 

Although her views were not expressed in the most ladylike manner, as reported by Digital Journal the vast majority of the UK population are strongly against the current out of control immigration situation.

Read more: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/332182#ixzz26TvT8LdJ

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Illegal Mexican Male Fires Gun at American On Portland Max Tri _Met

Portland Police Investigating a Disturbance with Shots Fired in Southeast Portland’s Lents Neighborhood
Portland Police Bureau– 09/13/12

This won’t make the news, only the news that the Portland Police are in rouble for being too violent and the pansie ass Justice Department is looking into it. Crazy Portland overrun by Hipsters, Black gangs, Illegal mexican gangs and yet the police are too Violent?
This evening, Thursday September 13, 2012, at 9:31 p.m., Portland Police and Transit Police officers responded to the MAX platform at Southeast Foster Road and I-205 on the report of a man threatening another man with a gun.

As officers were enroute they received additional information that there may have been shots fired and a man hit with gunfire. The witness reported that the suspect rode away on a bicycle.

Officers arrived and located the victim, a 28-year-old male, who told officers that he was not shot but cut himself during a struggle with the suspect.

The victim told police that he was seated on the westside of the platform waiting for the MAX train when the suspect rode up on a bicycle. The victim told police that the suspect wanted to listen to the victim’s headphones and when the victim refused, the suspect pulled a handgun and fired shots towards the victim and surrounding area. The victim grabbed onto the suspect and they struggled to the ground, where the victim suffered an arm injury not from gunfire.

The suspect got up and left the area on a bicycle.

The suspect is described as a Hispanic male in his mid-20s, wearing a white t-shirt and shorts, black baseball hat backwards, riding a black BMX bicycle last seen southbound on Southeast 92nd Avenue.

Portland Police are asking for anyone with information to contact Robbery detectives at (5030 823-0405.

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