Ghanaian diplomatic national transfer treaty approval; United States non-compliant on consent hearing for inmate transfer from Florence, CO Super AD Max
United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit. UNITED STATES of America, Plaintiff-Appellee, v. Dwight D. YORK, a.k.a. Malachi Z. York, etc., Defendant-Appellant.
Slave Kidnapping Act of 1866
Embassy of Ghana, Washington DC confirms the said foreign national citizenship status, and verifies a valid diplomatic passport.
A long-standing principle of the United States’ justice system is that defendants should not be treated differently because of their race, codified in the “Equal Protection” clause of the 14th amendment to the Constitution.
Ewan Palmer of Newsweek reports,” A Caucasian male of Georgia. Peter Mallory, 72, was convicted of 60 counts of sexual exploitation of children, three counts of invasion of privacy, and one count of tampering with evidence, and sentenced in February 2013 for 1000 years. He was then released after just serving 7 years.”
Judicial transcripts of case 5:2015cv00476 reveal that the presiding judge
C ASHLEY ROYAL of the US District Court for the Middle District of Georgia had conducted racial bias by ruling on a previous case of the said defendant.
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