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STOP SLAVERY PROHIBIT SOLITARY CONFINEMENT

PRESS RELEASE BY FRANK PALUMBO
1. The first reason why I am having this press release is to notify the American citizens that I had sent a request to Barack Obama the President of the United States through Erik Holder, Attorney General and John Forbes Kerry Secretary of State, to enact a Second Emancipation Proclamation to free the Slaves who are being held in Solitary Confinement. Presently, there are eighty thousand people held in solitary confinement, and 80% are black. This will set the stage to inform the world that we are moving forward to reverse the Dark Ages. “Depriving someone of visual stimulation, human interaction, sunlight or physical activity can change their brain structure in a matter of days-let alone decades.” Said University of Michigan neuroscientist Huda Akil.

2. The Second reason why I am having this press release is to notify and inform the American citizens that I had been named a “Fall Guy” for the killing of the Ambassador John Christopher Stevens, who died on September 12, 2012, it was reported that he was unaccounted for during the night, died from smoke inhalation, and that Sean Smith Foreign Service Officer was found dead and removed from the compound by Tyrone S. Woods and Glen A. Doherty.

3. The Third Reason is that I had released Hundreds of Detainees from Guantanamo Bay Cuba on December 16, 2006. as reported by the Philadelphia Inquirer, South Jersey Edition, by Andrew O. Selsky. And ultimately approximately 900 detainees being held at Guantanamo Bay Cuba.

4. The Fourth Reason President George W. Bush staged a bombing at a University in Connecticut in an attempt to get me arrested. This bombing took place at on May 23, 2003. There was no bomb, the press was not allowed in the building. The School was closed for two weeks. When I heard the news of an incident around 6:20 PM they had said they would provide information at 6:30 PM. At 6:30 PM they announced that a bomb went off in class room 105. I stopped on my way and purchased new clothes, I expected that the news media would be there. When I arrived the Street was blocked off. They announced the following day the law school would be closed for two weeks. The following day I picked up a New Haven Newspaper. They described the person who had set the bomb had black hair just covering his ears, and he appeared to be in his twenties or thirties. I immediately knew that they were describing my profile, as the one who set off the bomb. During the two-week period they put up sheet rock to block off the area. So that no one would be able to see that no bomb had exploded. I went down stairs to the reception area where;(blank) was the receptionist. About twenty feet away was a piece of ceiling hanging down, not too far away from where;(blank) was sitting at her reception desk. When I went upstairs the day that they reopened the law library, a new employee by the name of Larry was sitting at the desk to the entrance to the library.

Several years later in 2005, we had hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana. President George W. Bush had invited President Bill Clinton to the White House to ask to raise money for the devastation in Louisiana. The reason for the meeting at the White House, President Bill Clinton was asked to conduct an investigation in my involvement in international finance. Not too long after, President Clinton came to Yale University to speak to the students.

In January 2005, I had a cataract removed from my right eye, and after recovery, I left for a trip to Tampa, Florida and met with William Bargas and Tammy at the FBI Office in Tampa, Florida who had told me my aunt Celeste Ann Santoiana was smarter than my Uncle Joseph who had been the Regional Director for the FBI office in Tampa, Florida, he said that she was very intelligent woman. My Aunt Celeste apparently ran the bureau. I told William Bargas about Larry being domiciled at the Law Library.

A seven year old boy by the name of Tommy had foiled the attempt to have me arrested for the bombing when Tommy had come into the yard of my customer on May 23, 2003. As a matter of fact I used the receipts for the purchase of the clothes at the Old Navy Store, just prior to going to and a copy of the check from my customer for the payment for the lawn service. Therefore, I had an alibi as to where I was before the bombing and after the bombing. Which I had filed at the United States District Court For the Southern District of New York.

The last reason for the press release is to announce that I had stopped the financial crisis in 2008 and 2009. And Released Hundreds of Detainees from Guantanamo Bay Cuba. And of course the most important issue is to have my E-Book known to the world that I had freed hundreds of detainees from Guantanamo Bay Cuba.

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RELEASE OF DETAINEES FROM GUANTANAMO BAY CUBA

While Doing Research on Enron, in 2006, an article in the New York Times was published January 2001, “The Inspiration,” Afghanistan’s Appeal As a War Zone.  These 1200 Detainees were captured before September 11, 2001; before President George W. Bush, became President of the United States; before United States invaded Afghanistan.  President George W. Bush had passed the Detainee Treatment Act of 2005, which caused many of the professors at Yale, Harvard and New York University to file Amicus curiae briefs in the Federal Courts.  The President George W. Bush, wanted to try the detainees by Military Commissions at Guantanamo Bay Cuba and did not want to present indictments, he knew he lacked jurisdiction.  The President lacked jurisdiction to try the detainees, who were captured and detained at Guantanamo Bay Cuba.  Margaret Chisholm, Reference Librarian at Yale Law Library, had encouraged me to complete my “Report” on the release of the detainees. Margaret Chisholm had said the members of the House had passed the bill the day before and the Senate had also passed the Detainee treatment Act of 2006, on September 28, 2006, and she suggested that I complete my “Report”  before President George W. Bush was to sign the bill on the weekend.  My “Report” was completed on September 29, 2001 and faxed at 4:00PM to Senator Arlen Specter, Chairman of the Committee On The Judiciary.  President George W. Bush didn’t sign the Detainee Treatment Act of 2006 on the weekend as a result of my “Report” questioning his jurisdiction. 

The President had changed the name of the bill to the Military Commission Act of 2006, also known as HR 6166, and signed into law on October 17, 2006.  There was criticism of Section 7, Section 7.1 Claims the Military Commission Act is an unconstitutional suspension of Habeas Corpus, Section 7.2 Claims the Military Commission Act an unconstitutional ex post facto law, Section 7.3 Protections from criminal and civil prosecutions for previous instances of alleged torture, Section 7.4 Other claims Military Commission Act is a violation of human rights.   http://www.defenselink.mil/releases/2005/nr20051107-5078.html

“By universal agreement and practice, the law of war draws a distinction between the armed forces and the peaceful populations of belligerent nations and also between those who are lawful and unlawful combatants.  Lawful combatants are subject to capture and detention as prisoners of war by opposing military forces.  Unlawful combatants are likewise subject to capture and detention, but in addition they are subject to trial and punishment by military tribunals for an act which render their belligerency unlawful.  Hague Convention No. IV of October 18, 1907, 36 Stat. 2295 Article 1 of the Annex to which defines the persons to whom belligerent rights and duties attach, was signed by 44 nations.  See Ex parte Quirin, 317 U.S. 29-30 (July Special Term 1942) See footnote 7.”

“Authorities on International Law have regarded as war criminals such person who pass through the lines for the purpose of (a) destroying bridges, war materials, communication facilities, etc.”  “As we have seen, entry upon our territory in time of war by enemy by belligerents, including those acting under the direction of the armed forces of the enemy, for the purpose of destroying property used or useful in prosecuting the war, is a hostile and warlike act.  It subjects those who participate in it without uniform to the punishment prescribed by the law of war for unlawful belligerents.”  Ex parte Quirin ID at 37.  “By passing our boundaries for such purposes without uniform or other emblem signifying their belligerent status, or by discarding that means of identification after entry, such enemies become unlawful belligerents subject to trial and punishment.” ID at 37.”     http://laws.findlaw.com/us/317/1.html

UNLAWFUL ENEMY COMBATANT (BELIGERENT) Under the laws of nation and the laws of war, Article 15. When the enemy has orders in his hands from his commander, to attack our infrastructure, destroy our facilities that produce weapons to defend ourselves, and means of communication, and then travels surreptitiously to our borders, arrives on land, and takes off his uniform, by taking off his uniform he is in violation of the laws of war and the laws of nations.  He is Unlawful, an Unlawful Enemy Combatant (Belligerent), if he is captured, he is to be tried by Military Commissions, providing the Article III Courts are closed, Martial law and rebellion is in existence in the territory of the courts.  The President is empowered by the United States Constitution to suspend habeas corpus.

LAWFUL ENEMY COMBATANT  The lawful enemy combatant in accordance with the laws of nation and the laws of war, is the same soldier who has orders in his hands; to destroy the infrastructure, destroy the facilities which produce the weapons to protect ourselves, and the means of communication, however, when he  arrives on our shores, he leaves his uniform on, “carry arms openly” and “have a fixed distinctive emblem.”  He is a lawful belligerent; if he is caught he is treated as a prisoner of war.  In accordance with the laws of nations and the laws of war; when he leaves his uniform on and has fixed distinctive emblem, he is a lawful enemy combatant.         http://laws.findlaw.com/us/71/2.html

 

“Our Government, by thus defining lawful belligerents entitled to be treated as prisoners of war, had recognized that there is a class of unlawful belligerents not entitled to that privilege, including those who, though combatants, do not wear “fixed and distinctive emblems.”  and by Article 15 of the articles of War, Congress has made provision for their trial and punishment by military commission, according to the law of war.”   http://laws.findlaw.com/us/317/1.html
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