By Yury Decyatnik
Mikhail Sebastian is the most famous stateless person in the US. Born in the former Soviet Union, Sebastian sought asylum in the US in the early 1990s, but was denied. The US could not deport him because Armenia-the successor state in whose territory Sebastian was born-did not recognize his citizenship, leaving him stateless. After a four-day New Year's vacation to American Samoa in 2012, Sebastian was barred from reentering the mainland United States by immigration officials, who claimed he had self-deported. It took nearly 14 months for Sebastian to gain permission to return to his home in Los Angeles, and this occurred only after extensive interventions by lawyers, government officials, human rights advocates, and university groups, as well as a social media campaign via Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube, and CNN iReport. My goal is opposite. I want to leave the US forever. What happened? I became victim of neo-Marxist radical feminist domestic violence industry.
Eric Holder states that the US has the best justice systems. Based on what? Incarceration rates are the highest in the world. I have been everywhere in the US except Alaska. I cannot say Americans are the most evil people, but a huge part of the US population deserve a PhD in stupidity (a few facts to prove it: the reelection of Obama , google congressman Hank Jonson (D-Georgia) who says that Guam could tip and capsize, Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) on a visit to JPL, asked if Mars Pathfinder had taken an image of the flag planted there in 1969 by Neil Armstrong, she believes North and South Vietnam still exist , Charles Schumer (D-New York) he thinks the three branches of government are the US president, the US Congress, and the Senate. How many more pinheads running US and what is the IQ of the people who vote for them)? People get away with lying in court daily. A widely known example is the Duke La Cross case where accuser the women has not received one bit of punishment. Dire injustice is occurring across the US. Laws enacted to protect the victims of the vile crime of domestic violence are being abused by citizens as well as law enforcement, in this process innocent men's lives are destroyed.
Burden of proof is being thrown out and the simple word of the accuser is being taken without question, many times without the accused even being allowed to speak. I've been victimized in the State of Washington. Not enough I spent 11 months in solitary confinement and 22 months in immigration detention, now I cannot even leave the US. I'm formerly a citizen of the USSR; I understand that life is some time not fair and I've given up pursuing justice. Millions of people try to get into America, and millions more try to avoid deportation, I am just trying to get out. I have a 4-year old son in Russia who needs his father not just a human wallet overseas. In December of 2013, I talked face to face with the Russian Consul in Seattle. I had been told that if I could obtain official paperwork from ICE containing my name, immigration status and picture, the Russian Consulate would grant me a visa to go to Russia and in time would be able to get Russian citizenship.
Here is quote from an email between a USA representative (District 7) and US immigration authorities, "USCIS electronic records indicate that Mr. Decyatnik was ordered removed from the United States on February 26, 2002. It appears that Mr. Decyatnik has no immigration status in the United States. USCIS cannot issue official proof of non-status." How stupid is this, if INS can't remove me, just give me travel documents and I will leave on my own. In my opinion, common sense was dead in the United States a long time ago in domestic affairs or international relations it reminds me of Alice in Wonderland.
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