Will my divorce end in Judge Sunshine's granting the $20,000,000.00 that I requested? While my trust in Judge
Sunshine's honesty regarding my divorce vacillates from slim to none, one thing is certain: the mystery regarding
why my husband, Senator Ehigie Edobor Uzamere created a fictitious name is a mystery no more.
Several things happened to finally
force the truth out of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service. First, around May 2008 I filed a complaint with
Rachel McCarthy of the USCIS in South Burlington, Vermont regarding immigration attorney Allen Kaye's role in helping
my husband create a fictitious name. After realizing that Rachel McCarthy had no intention of responding to my complaint,
I left quite a few angry messages on her voicemail. Later, by September 25, 2008, USCIS charged me with Title
18 U.S.C. 111(a), impeding activities of a government official (filed under "Assault").
My criminal case was then submitted
to the Vermont Federal Defender Office and assigned to Elizabeth D. Mann. I asked Ms. Mann to obtain records from Rachel
McCarthy. Ms. Mann contacted Eugenia Cowles of the U.S. Attorney's office in Burlington, VT. Ms. Cowles contacted
Rachel McCarthy. Ms. McCarthy submitted a report that she received from Robert E. Juceam, Esq. Robert Juceam is Allen
Now that we know the route that the report regarding Senator Uzamere took before I received it, let's read the
report to determine exactly what happened:
December 1977, Ehigie's sister-in-law Ethel Uzamere, Nosayaba's wife, posing as Ehigie's "stepmother"
(and Nosayaba as his "father"), applied for permanent residence based on IR2 provisions (as a unmarried immigrant
under age 21) using his correct name "Ehigie Edobor Uzamere; retaining Allen E. Kaye as his immigration
On November 21, 1979, Ehigie marries me using the
fictitious name "Godwin E. Uzamere";
On November 30,
1979, Ehigie posing as "Godwin E. Uzamere" again retains the services of Allen E. Kaye to apply for
permanent residence based on his marriage to me; uses the same fictitious name to circumvent the IR2 request for permanent
residence through his sister-in-law-turned-"stepmother" Ethel Uzamere;
On Wednesday, December 18, 1979, Ehigie leaves for Nigeria;
On January 28, 1980, Ehigie enters the port of New York, New York as a lawful permanent resident;
On August 12, 1980, I submit a written statement withdrawing my sponsorship of Ehigie;
U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service withdraws Ehigie's IR2 permanent
residence status because Ehigie fraudulently obtained it while he was married to me;
A year later, Ehigie applies for permanent residence using again using his brother and sister-in-law
Nosayaba (John) and Ethel as his "father" and "stepmother."
The United States Citizenship and
Immigration Service knew about Senator Uzamere's act of fraud 29 years ago and did nothing. I am now facing federal
prison based on a false charge of assault by Rachel McMcCarthy, an employee of the same agency that
refused to prosecute Senator Uzamere and his immigration attorney Allen E. Kaye for immigration and identity fraud.
What will Judge
J. Garvan Murtha do with this case? Will he submit to the racist calls of Allen Kaye's cohort, Rachel McCarthy
to arrest me or will Judge Murtha see this for what it is -- Allen Kaye's last ditch effort to use the
federal government to coerce my silence forever as an attempt to hide his complicity in helping my husband,
Senator Uzamere continue to commit immigration and identity fraud?
All the problems
that my family experienced with regarding to my husband were all precipitated by acts of fraud that were committed
by municipal clerk Joseph Visceglia and immigration attorney Allen Kaye. Their greed, lack of respect for people, lack
of respect for U.S. and New York State law, lack of loyalty to the United States and especially their rationalization
of helpless black women as worthless "schvartzes/moolies" were put into action by Senator Uzamere,
who got me pregnant, tricked me into signing the I-130 to sponsor him, and then ran off leaving me pregnant with
his child, already with another baby, helpless, penniless and alone. Those fateful days of November 20 and 30, 1979
will live as days of horror and hurt for the rest of my life.
Based on the 29 years of hell that I faced
at the hands of wicked humans, it may appear that my chance to obtain justice does not look good. However, Jehovah
is the Originator of justice, not man. Psalms 56:11 says it best: "In God I have put my trust, I shall
not be afraid. What can earthling man do to me?"