Mexican Ivan Velasco Rodriguez Blown Up By Mexican Pipe Bomb In Canby Oregon Ruined by the Mexican Invasion of Illegal Alien Mexicans
If the Canby Police department did their job and checked immigration status of all the Mexicans, there wouldn’t be gangs and Canby would be a great place to live again. FAIL FAIL Canby Police
It can only be assumed that Mexicans blew up Ivan for the obvious reason: the Mexican drug cartel is in Canby.
really… nausea grips me as I see this total media lie campaign to raise money for Ivan’s four mexican anchor babies.
The kids need to go back to the relatives in mexico.!
Mexicans have ruined Canby, Oregon, imported to pick produce they produced Mexican gang members instead . Babies, drug dealers and safe houses for the Mexican drug cartel. Ruined, ruined ,ruined by Mexicans.
The chances that Ivan was legally in the United States are small indeed and the chance that his parents were legally present here are nill.
Migrants are temp workers who are not supposed to stay and have anchor babies , they are supposed to self-deport.
If Ivan was blown up it was because he was running with the hard-core mexican gangs that have taken over Canby and ruined it. Don’t give them a dime, give to Legal Americans who have to put up with criminal mexicans.
Oh, yes, the bad english too, must have been written by another Mexican Illegal.
. “The Velasco family is considered long term community members,” . Below is my improvement.
The Velasco Family have long been a part of the Canby Community
Ivan Velasco Rodriguez Fundraiser
Canby Police Dept.– 01/16/12
On December 11, 2011, at approximately 6 p.m. Canby Police and Canby Fire personnel responded to an explosion at 591 NE 22nd Avenue. The explosion resulted in the death of Ivan Velasco Rodriguez, a thirty-one year old resident of the City of Canby. According to the Clackamas County Medical Examiner, the cause of death was head trauma as a result of the explosion. Canby Police Department, along with the Metropolitan Explosive Demolition Unit, Clackamas ATF, FBI, and the County Major Crime Team, are actively investigating the cause and motive of the explosion.
A search of the blast and the collection of evidence occurred over a three day period, ending on Wednesday, December 14, 2011. It has been determined the explosion was caused by a pipe bomb that was concealed in a toolbox. It has been determined the explosive device had been left in the residential front yard. Details regarding the manufacture of the device are not being released pending the investigation. No suspects are in custody at this time and a motive for this incident is still under investigation.
Velasco Rodriquez leaves behind a wife (Miriam), and four children: Kimberly age 11, Estephany age 8, Janetzy age 6, and Hendrick age 5. The Velasco family is considered long term community members, all four children attending elementary school in the Canby, with Kimberly in her sixth year at Trost Elementary School.
On Friday, January 20th, 2012, a press conference will be held at the Canby Cinema 8, located at 252 NE 2nd Ave, Canby, Oregon, at 10:00 A.M. The intent of the press conference is to:
*Announce the fundraiser activity being scheduled for January 21st and 22nd, 2012;
*Offer interviews with the Velasco family and;
*Unfold the status of the investigation:
A quiet room will be established for family interviews and a Spanish interpreter will also be available as needed.
The Canby Police and Fire Departments are asking you to join us and the Canby Cinema 8 for a special viewing of the movie “COURAGEOUS” on Saturday, January 21st, 2012, at 10:00 A.M. and Sunday, January 22nd, 2012 at 12:30 P.M. The cinema doors open 30 minutes prior to show time. A reduced ticket fee of $5.00 per person is the cost of admission and 100% of all ticket sales will go to assist the family of Ivan Velasco Rodriguez, who died as the result of the explosion. Monies raised from this event will directly provide assistance with rent, utilities, and groceries. The event is made possible by Chuck Nakvasil, with Canby Cinema 8.
Investigators are still seeking information from the community that will help them in their investigative efforts. A tip line has been established for any information relating to the explosion or manufacture of the device. A $5,000 reward has been offered for information leading to the arrest and prosecution of those responsible. If you have information, please call 1-800-800-3855.