Example of how the media hides the invasion of criminal illegal aliens

this is what the mexican illegals are costing us: http://immigrationcounters.com/


following is how the media evades the issue of the cost of illegal aliens in the United States . Unless you read between the lines you would think the following two cases of drunk mexicans were legal americans. when the media such as KATU 2 etc pick up the story they also hide immigration status.

A Springfield-area man was arrested and lodged early Sunday morning after attempting to elude state, county and city police officers. The incident came to an end after officers used spike strips to disable the fleeing pickup and a police dog was deployed to control the man’s efforts to resist arrest.

According to Oregon State Police (OSP) Sergeant Ted Phillips, on January 11, 2009 at approximately 12:43 a.m. an OSP trooper attempted to stop a 1990 Ford F150 pickup on Main Street in Springfield for a traffic violation. The pickup attempted to elude the trooper, driving recklessly in the area causing the trooper to back off and lose sight of it.

Shortly afterward, a Lane County (LCSO) sheriff’s deputy spotted the pickup and attempted another traffic stop. The pickup fled southbound onto Interstate 5 at speeds up to approximately 90 mph. The OSP trooper and Springfield police joined the deputy keeping the pickup in sight.

Another LCSO deputy deployed spike strips near milepost 184 and successfully deflated two tires. The pickup continued about 1 1/2 miles further before stopping.

The driver, RUBEN TIBURCIO JIMENEZ, age 41, from Springfield, got out of the vehicle and refused to comply with officers’ orders to arrest him without further incident. As the man yelled at officers and slammed his hands on the pickup a Springfield police canine was deployed resulting in a dog bite on the man’s right buttocks.

Officers detained TIBURCIO JIMENEZ and transported him to McKenzie Willamette Hospital for a brief examination of the bitten buttocks. He was then taken to Lane County Jail and lodged for:

* Felony Attempt to Elude in a Vehicle (2 counts)
* Driving Under the Influence of Intoxicants
* Reckless Driving (2 counts)
* Recklessly Endangering Another Person
* Resisting Arrest (2 counts)

The multiple counts listed on some of the charges stem from the fact that the arrest involved two separate incidents initiated by OSP and Lane County Sheriff’s Office.

No photograph available at this time on the Lane County Jail website.

### http://www.oregon.gov/OSP ###

A Redmond-area man with a blood alcohol level nearly 4 times the legal .08 percent limit was cited by Oregon State Police (OSP) early Sunday morning after he was injured in a traffic crash on Highway 97 between Deschutes Junction and Redmond.

According to OSP Sergeant Eric Brown, on January 11, 2009 at approximately 1:00 a.m. a 1998 Dodge Durango driven by GUADALUPE ENRIQUEZ, age 24, from Redmond, was northbound on Highway 97 near milepost 127. After passing another motorist, his vehicle drove off the east shoulder continuing over 300 feet before striking the edge of a driveway where it became airborne. It flew over the driveway, nosing into the shoulder on the opposite side where the rear of the vehicle lifted off the ground and rotated onto a rock wall.

ENRIQUEZ received non-life threatening injuries. Safety restraint use is unknown and the vehicle’s airbags deployed. He was transported to St. Charles Hospital in Bend via Air Link with non-life threatening injuries.

Due to the injuries, OSP Trooper Roberto Robles cited ENRIQUEZ for Driving While Under the Influence of Intoxicants, Misdemeanor Driving While Suspended, and Recklessly Endangering Another Person.

Highway 97 was closed for a short time to allow the helicopter to land and transport ENRIQUEZ. Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office and Redmond Fire Department assisted at the scene.

Photograph Source: Oregon State Police

### http://www.oregon.gov/OSP ###

Attached Media Files: 011109.duiicrashhwy97.jpg

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0 Responses to Example of how the media hides the invasion of criminal illegal aliens

  1. E-Verify Program for employment is threatened

    The department of Homeland Security has a great new program that allows employers to almost instantly determine employment eligibility. About 99.6 percent of all work-authorized employees verified through E-Verify are verified without having to take any type of corrective action. This is a program that works well. If every business in America used this system, all illegal immigrants would become unemployable and have to return to their homelands.

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