Homeland Security

The blank spaces in Indian alien Nigamanth Sridhar’s 177 page Cleveland State personnel file raises questions for Homeland Security

CLEVELAND, OH – I received 177 pages of Indian alien Nigamanth Sridhar’s work records along with a threat of a defamation lawsuit from Cleveland State University (CSU) law department employee Kelly Marie King (#76613).  The menacing state university’s employee is identified under the Supreme Court of Ohio’s website as an associate deputy counsel.  King was admitted to practice law on November 10, 2003. According to King, as a response to an official public records request from an American native, me, Sridhar has always been a legal alien and now a United States citizen since March 18, 2016.  She wrote, “At…

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Indian alien Harris ignores the aliens involved in Biden’s Texas border scandal for cake in Chicago

CLEVELAND, OH – The illegal alien from India who has usurped the office of the Vice President of the United States of America hasn’t yet made it to the Texas border to handle the problem with illegal alien criminals crossing into our nation in violation of immigration laws.  During her losing campaign for President of the United States of America Harris told reporters she didn’t see criminals when she saw illegal aliens.  Harris’ views from her family’s perspective is understood.  She also compared Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to the Ku Klux Klan. Harris’ illegal Indian mother, Shyamala Gopolan, was…

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Read the Texas lawsuit that stopped Joe Biden’s hold-up on alien deportations

CLEVELAND, OH – The problem with stealing elections is the winning candidate thinks they have a mandate they don’t.  President Joe Biden cut deals with illegal aliens for their illegal votes with promises that he was not going to enforce the nation’s immigration laws.  This is the day after he was administered an oath of office pursuant to Article II of the Constitution of the United States of America.  “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect, and defend…

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California lawyer and CNN host Van Jones’ anti-Trump broadcast could send him to prison for violating federal, felony, broadcast laws

CLEVELAND, OH – Anthony Kapel Jones or Van Jones as he is known by his CNN audience is a Princeton University educated licensed California attorney.   Twice his license has been suspended for non-payment of fees.  He did not mispresent a client or steal their money. Broadcaster licensees and broadcasters are operating in the United States of America under the false illusion that violating federal broadcast laws are “civil” offenses when they cross lines that violate them.  They’re not.  They’re federal felonies and anyone with knowledge of a felony offense has a duty to report it to a court or civil…

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What if undocumented aliens took over sanctuary city Dayton’s population and then took Wright-Patterson U.S. Air Force Base?

CLEVELAND, OH – What Ohioans had better hope is that Colonel Thomas Sherman has full control of Wright Patterson U.S. Air Force Base and knows who’s on it; and who’s in the civilian population “surrounding” the heavily-weaponized southern Ohio location. When we’re not at war our military hardware is stored on bases in cities across the nation.  It’s about 202 miles between downtown Cleveland, Ohio and Wright-Patterson that’s located between Montgomery and Greene counties.  Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley is a criminal like the other American-hating and national defense weakening sanctuary city mayors who racistly instruct law enforcement officers to enforce…

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Frank and Calvin’s reckless cops got a man killed they are claiming was an informant

American citizen Scott Dingess is a hero KGB-like Cleveland cops snatched off the streets and forced to commit crimes. Dingess' life was taken by armed teenagers as his kidnapper, James Skernivitz, forced him to wear a wire to buy drugs from someone he wanted to arrest.

CLEVELAND, OH -When Cleveland cop James Skernivitz joined President Donald Trump and U.S. Attorney General William Barr’s Operation Legend task force his use of Scott Dingess as a confidential informant had to be approved under federal guidelines found in the U.S. Department of Justice’s manual in accordance with applicable “federal” laws.  He may have been a Cleveland cop, but Skernivitz was under federal law supervision. Skernivitz joined the U.S. DOJ’s “Operation Legend” task force on September 2, 2020. The next day he was shot dead around 10 p.m. at 65th and Storer in either an unmarked police car or an…

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