Well, it looks like after approximately
six months of submitting falsified documents and having the same documents displayed in front of U.S. government officials
and assorted internet-news-hungry cybersurfers, attorney Eugene Osato Uzamere, who is also the nephew of Senator Uzamere,
has chosen the wise course and distanced himself from his uncle's corruption.
New York State Penal law with regard to the filing of false documents and Title 18 of the United States Code regarding the use
of fraudulent documents must be obeyed by all attorneys who desire to move forward successfully with their careers.
The lure of riches, the desire for fame, the urge for revenge, the call to familial loyalty and other personal whims
that serve to distract attorneys from their appointed duty to obey the U.S. Constitution and to ensure
that their conduct does not violate the constitutional rights of others must always be quickly recognized and avoided,
lest they commit an act that warrants censure, sanction or prison.
I am not happy that Mr. Uzamere chose an immoral path that resulted in the unnecessary lengthening of my divorce action and
the emotional and financial oppression of my family. However, I understand that Osato, as a generally honest, intelligent,
ambitious, good-looking young man desirous of proving his social worth in a professional arena run by an ethnocentric
group of men whose religion advocates the inferiority of Africans/Hamites/Canaanites/Blacks/schvartzes/niggers, being labeled
an outcast and forced into unemployment in a country not one's own is a fear that many foreigners find difficult to overcome.
Eugene, more than likely, I will remove you from
my federal lawsuit. I do not like what you did, but I think I do understand it. As your 50-year-old (and highly
intelligent) aunt, I give you these words of advice:
Obey the law as much
as is reasonably possible.
Disobey the law only if the law requires you
to violate the U.S. Constitution, or if it requires you to engage in a course of conduct that violates the constitutional
rights of others.
Never break the law for a friend or family unless the
law itself violates Jehovah God and the U.S. Constitution.
for Jehovah and love for your fellow man as the most important factors in providing legal services. If you put Jehovah
first, He will reciprocate.
If you do these things, Satan will not be able to block the flow of Jehovah's Holy Spirit, and everything you touch
will turn to gold. Although I cannot prevent the consequences of what you have done, I believe that you have learned
from it, and you will come out better for it. I see nothing but success in your future from this point on.
I wish you well, nephew.