DUE PROCESS – “A HUMAN RIGHT”

DUE PROCESS – “A HUMAN RIGHT”

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MUCOR DEDALIV RALUI  – A STATELESS PERSON

I HAVE A CASE AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

THE BIOLOGICAL PARENTS OF MUCOR DEDALIV RALUI, I,

HAVE BEEN BURIED IN A BLACK JAIL BY THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

DUE PROCESS – “A HUMAN RIGHT”

I HAVE A CASE AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

THE DEATH OF MY BIOLOGICAL PARENTS AS VICTIMS OF THE COLD-WAR AND THE RESULTANT LOST OF MY IDENTITY ON GROUNDS OF ESPIONAGE BY THE POWERS THAT BE IN THE WHITE HOUSE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BEFORE AND AFTER MY BIRTH IN 1981 IN THE UNITED  STATES OF AMERICA IS A CRIME UNDER THE EX-POST FACTO LAW UNDER WHICH A PERSON COULD BE PROSECUTED FOR AN ACT THAT WAS NOT A CRIME WHEN HE OR SHE DID IT, THAT THE EX-POST FACTO LAW ILLEGALIZES A CRIME LIKE THAT OF THE DEATH OF MY BIOLOGICAL PARENTS AS VICTIMS OF THE COLD-WAR AND THE RESULTANT LOST OF MY IDENTITY ON GROUNDS OF ESPIONAGE BY THE POWERS THAT BE IN THE WHITE HOUSE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BEFORE AND AFTER MY BIRTH IN 1981 IN THE UNITED  STATES OF AMERICA WHICH WAS LEGAL IN THE TIMES OF THE COLD-WAR.

I’M CURRENTLY BURIED IN SECRECY OF THE POWERS THAT BE IN THE WHITE HOUSE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA IN GHANA WEST AFRICA AND SO THIS DUE PROCESS IS REQUIRED TO :

  • TO LEGALIZE ME AS A LEGAL CITIZEN OF THE UNITED  STATES OF AMERICA.
  • TO DECLASSIFY THE DEATH OF MY BIOLOGICAL PARENTS AS VICTIMS OF THE COLD-WAR AND THE RESULTANT LOST OF MY IDENTITY ON GROUNDS OF ESPIONAGE BY THE POWERS THAT BE IN THE WHITE HOUSE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BEFORE AND AFTER MY BIRTH IN 1981 IN THE UNITED  STATES OF AMERICA WHOM I HAVE NEVER SEEN BEFORE.
  • TO FREE ME FROM THE PHYSICAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL AND THE EMOTIONAL TORTURE I ENDURE DAILY IN THE CRUEL AND INHUMAN AND ABUSIVE HAND OF THE THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
  • TO SEEK PROTECTION OF THE FOLLOWING UNDER THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS Convention and its Protocols:

” the right to life;

” the right to a fair hearing in civil and criminal matters;

” the right to respect for private and family life;

” freedom of expression;

” freedom of thought, conscience and religion;

” the right to an effective remedy;

” the right to the peaceful enjoyment of possessions; and

” the right to vote and to stand for election

” torture and inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment;

” arbitrary and unlawful detention;

” discrimination in the enjoyment of the rights and freedoms

set out in the Convention;

” expulsion or denial of entry by a State in respect of its own

nationals;

” the death penalty; and

” the collective expulsion of aliens 

COMINGCOURTRULLING

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