FALSE ALLEGATIONS & CONSTITUTIONAL VIOLATIONS


RIVERA vs USCIS, et al

INTRODUCTION Plaintiff EDWIN RIVERA (“RIVERA”) maintains that a U.S. citizen has a statutory and constitutional right to make a formal written request, appealing to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), to transmit immigration benefits under a petition, Form I-360, for the Religious Workers (WORKERS) who are either working or intend to work for The Homeward Bound Program, For Children, Inc., (HBP), IRS 501(c)(3); HBP Religious Program, Christian Church, Inc., IRS 501(c)(3). The Christian Ministry of Family Integration, Inc., IRS 501(c)(3) signed some of the petitions because they are affiliated with HBP, we are their accountants. See Exhibit-12. RIVERA maintains that OLAP had no right to accept a report based on arrest(s) made by AAG (“LEBRON”) that were in violation of Plaintiff’s constitutional rights, due process. USCIS had no right to submit a report to OLAP prior to conducting a proper investigation of the facts. 5 U.S.C. § 702. RIVERA maintains that ROBERTO LEBRON, AAG (“LEBRON”) did not have the right to violate the due process rights of RIVERA, through intentional disregard, negligence, carelessness, and recklessness regarding the procedural due process, every single time from June 2004, in the matter of 1576/2004. To hold RIVERA in contempt, permanently, for made-up charges in retaliation of a personal vendetta is wrong and at the very least the court must reverse the decisions. This Plaintiff and his lawyer never had an opportunity to oppose the allegations by LEBRON and others. The court would have known that it was deceived by this AAG. Furthermore, the allegations were motivated by revenge in relation to a previous audit, conducted by the Plaintiff, of the books and records of the Puerto Rican Bar Association, where the AAG, Roberto Lebron, was the person responsible, through intentional disregard, negligence, carelessness, and recklessness regarding the case; and the heartless individuals who convincingly deceive the public and the court with false allegations against Edwin Rivera to improve the AG’s chances to become governor of New York. Due process basically requires that a person who is deprived of a recognized right must be given some sort of notice and an opportunity for a hearing on the government’s action. Plaintiff and his lawyer [never appeared at any of the hearings] because the attorney never received some sort of notice to appear for any of the hearings. Due process is the legal requirement that the state must respect all legal rights that are owed to a person. Due process balances the power of law of the land and protects the individual person from it. When a government harms a person without following the exact course of the law, this constitutes a procedural due process violation, which offends the rule of law. Plaintiff believe, AAG is not immune to charges of perjury and is not entitled to any privileges under the Office of the Attorney General. Furthermore, Plaintiff believe, AG must interview all the fraudsters in her office who acted in concert. See Exhibit-14; 15; 16; 17. What is at stake here are violations of Constitutional Rights. Assistant Attorney Generals are the heartless individuals who convincingly deceive the public with false allegations against Edwin Rivera to improve the AG’s chances to become governor of New York. See Exhibit- 11. Our most vulnerable communities, poor and immigrants, are deceived by the fraudster(s) coming out of the Attorney General’s Office with false allegations created by a secret society that will break the law to harm this Plaintiff. Plaintiff would have enjoyed the opportunity in a trial by jury and prove the allegations were a fabrication. Plaintiff will prove he met with AAG before he was working for the AG. See Exhibit-19, affidavit of Nicolas Velez. In retaliation of the audit report, prepared by Edwin Rivera (Plaintiff), paid for and at the request of Nicolas Velez, Attorney at Law. Misappropriation of funds through intentional disregard, negligence, carelessness, and recklessness regarding the $90,000 by Roberto Lebron, Senior; and Roberto Lebron, Junior (AAG) from the Puerto Rican Bar Association. See Exhibit-19, affidavit of Nicolas Velez. On the issue of practicing law without a license, AAG will try to convince and deceive the jury that LICENCIADO is the translation of LAWYER, while reading from a clipping in the newspaper. ABOGADO is the translation for LAWYER anywhere outside of 125th Street, New York, New York (HARLEM). See Exhibit-19, Affidavit of Nicholas Velez.