spoke with Emmanuel Asiwe, an honorable man who had the God-like honesty and courage of heart to print the crimes that you
committed against me and our daughter that your nephew Eugene and other members of your family are willing to help
you to hide (http://www.huhuonline.com/news207.html; http://www.huhuonline.com/news194.html). I found your threat against Mr. Asiwe to be without merit, an
affront to Mr. Asiwe's integrity and an insult to me.
Have you and Eugene lost your minds???
1) First and foremost, in order to
bring a lawsuit against Mr. Asiwe, you would also have to face me. You didn't answer the complaint regarding the
divorce, and you didn't come to court on July 25, 2008. Have you become even more foolhardy over the past
few days? That doesn't appear to be the case because if you did, you would have threatened to sue
me and not just Mr. Asiwe.
In order to win a lawsuit based on defamation of character, the statement or statements have to be 1) published
to a third party; and 2) intentional; but most important, 3) the statements have to be false. Truth is an absolute defense against
the charge of defamation. With regard to my statement that you would be arrested if you did not show up on July 25,
2008, that was absolutely unintentional. The only reason that you were not arrested is because I sued you in Family Court. Family Court was the wrong court to sue you for maintenance
and child support because I already made a request for maintenance and child support in the divorce action (see bottom of summons). July 25, 2008 was a lucky break for you -- not a judicial order
releasing you from paying retroactive child spousal and child support (see dismissal order). The new court date is September 2, 2008 in Supreme Court.
Since my petition was dismissed without prejudice, if the divorce is denied or discontinued, I can go right back to Family Court
and start again.
3) You cannot successfully sue a person because the person said something about you that is true, but it made you feel
bad. You feel bad? Get over it.
4) You cannot successfully sue a newspaper because they printed the truth about you. You feel bad? Get over it.
5) You cannot
successfully sue someone just because your nephew is an attorney. Unless you have grounds upon which to base a legal
claim, your nephew-lawyer is about as useless as imported ice in the North Pole.
6) A lawyer cannot legally bring a frivolous
or vexacious lawsuit into court. If a lawyer does that, the court will sanction him. So no matter what your nephew
Eugene says, he is in no position to sue anyone.
7) I already prepared a subpoena for Eugene and George. Both of them will eventually have to appear in court;
at that time, Eugene can tell the judge what he believes I said to be defamatory where Ehigie is concerned (see subpoenas
8) You cannot successfully sue because Nigerians now look at you with scorn or drag out a lawsuit to make your
constitutents believe that you are telling the truth. While being publicly scorned is a horrible experience, it is also
an integral part of "poetic justice." Let's face it, Ehigie -- you deserve what is now happening
because of what you did. Does this make you feel bad? Get over it.
9) If you plan on suing someone, which name were
you planning on using: "Godwin" or "Ehigie?"
10) If you plan to sue, you
would need to give the court your real address. So far, you haven't even given it to our daughter.
11) There is a legal
concept called "clean hands". Basically, it means that a person suing someone for some act
of malfeasance must not be in a position to be accused of the same thing. How can you accuse anyone of defamation
when there is clear proor that you engaged in several federal and state felonies for which you stand accused and against
which you have not defended yourself in court when required to do so???
a lawsuit leaves you open to discovery. That would allow me to subpoena, hmmm...let's see: Ethel Uzamere,
George Uzamere, Wellington Uzamere, Osayame Uzamere (my bad, he was deported); Francis Uzamere (my bad, he was deported);
Andrew Uzamere (oops, he was deported); Albert Uzamere, Joy Uzamere, Egheosa Uzamere (the big-mouthed young lady
who also accused me of defaming your character), your immigration attorney Allen E. Kaye, your divorce attorney
Jack Gladstein and Iriagbonse Irowa, your illegal wife. In addition, I would subpoena your IRS records, your
immigration records and your passport travels. I would subpoena the financial records of family members
to determine if you are hiding anything. Lastly, I would make sure to subpoena immigration officials so that you can
stand in front and them with you illegal wife while trying to paint yourself as a victim of defamation. (That's
gotta be worth a few laughs.)
13) You cannot successfully sue someone because you are: 1) mad; 2) scared; 3) embarrassed; 4) ashamed; 5) trying
to save face. Additionally, making a threat like that to someone like me would cause you more of a problem that it is
worth. Not only would I rise to that legal challenge -- I would instigate it (i.e., the subpoenas I plan to submit to
Judge Prus so that both Eugene and George can come to court. Do you have plans to accompany them to court, or will
you leave them hanging like you left me?)
the time I finished digging up your dirty business, I would be the one doing the suing -- not you.
If you and Eugene believe that I do
not know my way around a courtroom, around McKinneys law books, around annotations, around shepardizing, then you are
mistaken. Your threats and those of your nephew no longer have any meaning. You are powerless against me, and
you are powerless against those whom Jehovah has chosen to assist me.
If you file a lawsuit against Mr. Asiwe it will backfire --
because Mr. Asiwe received all his information from me. Even if you only sue him, he would naturally have to call
me as a witness. Then his company would have to hire an attorney, and his attorney, along with me would make your life
even more miserable than it is now. This is a fight that you and Eugene will never win.
Do not allow the arrogance of Pharoah and
the foolhardiness of Satan guide you into a trap from which there is no return. Accept the inevitable. That you
deluded yourself that you would never be caught is your fault.
Leave Mr. Asiwe alone. He is a blessed man doing God's