America: Imagine the world without her (New movie by Dinesh D’Souza)

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Read more at http://www.americathemovie.com/

Please also see post by Bruce Steadman at the InspectorSmith forum:

Dinesh D’Souza’s ‘America’ movie reviews: What critics are saying about the conservative author’s new documentary

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Happy 4th of July (2014)!

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Extradition to Kenya hearing (June 26, 2014): Trader wanted

Penitenciaria Nacional La Victoria - República Dominicana (Dominican Republic) 2014 - CopyPhoto and video credit and data: March 2014.  Penitenciaria Nacional La Victoria. República Dominicana. Captured and owned by WOBIK.

Last week I attended an official extradition hearing in which the honorable Court decided whether or not I would be extradited to the Republic of Kenya.

The honorable Court offered me a trade which will expire in 90 days from the date of the June 26th, 2014 extradition hearing.

The honorable Court has indicated that they are genuinely and exceedingly interested in locating a wanted trader and scam broker who is the owner of Obama Binary Options.

The wanted trader and scam broker is currently in the Dominican Republic and cannot legally leave the country (i.e., subject to immediate arrest and will be taken into custody at any of the country’s exit ports).   

Obama Binary Options is owned by another company who is licensed in Cyprus.   It should be noted that country of Cyprus is the world’s foremost advocate of binary options.

The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) took the pioneering step of classifying binary options as a financial derivative market worthy of regulation.

If I can’t track down the wanted trader, scam broker and owner of Obama Binary Options within the next 86 days (or 2064 hours) I will be taken into custody again and detained once more at the Penitenciaria Nacional La Victoria here in the Dominican Republic while I await extradition to the Republic of Kenya to stand trial for allegedly bribing government officials and also for treason.

The manhunt begins.

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Lucas Daniel Smith, June 26, 2014 Court Hearing in the Dominican Republic on His Possible Extradition to Kenya — What news will this day bring us?

I, Bruce Steadman, am very worried this morning about my friend and compatriot, Lucas Daniel Smith, and the outcome of his extradition hearing today in the Dominican Republic.

It is my understanding that Lucas has been criminally charged by publicly unspecified ‘Kenyan authorities’ of: (1) allegedly bribing government officials in Kenya, and (2) allegedly committing treason in Kenya.

—– http://www.wasobamaborninkenya.com/blog/barrack-obama-eligibility/lucas-daniel-smith-arrested-2014-for-extradition-to-kenya/

—– http://www.wasobamaborninkenya.com/blog/barrack-obama-eligibility/lucas-daniel-smith-to-be-charged-with-treason-in-kenya-death-penalty-and-the-isabela-river-in-santo-domingo/

I’m confident Lucas has done his very best to prepare his defense with the help of competent, local legal council, for this hearing.

In my opinion, there is absolutely no LOGICAL JUSTIFICATION for him to be EXTRADITED to Kenya. His alleged ‘bribing of government officials’ is virtually required and very common when doing business in third world countries, such as Kenya, and would normally be considered a relatively minor offense. The charge of ‘treason’ in Kenya makes no sense whatsoever, based on the definition of the crime given in the Kenyan Penal Code.

Nevertheless, I am very worried because of who Lucas is and what he has accomplished in exposing BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA II as a LIAR about his TRUE BIRTH LOCATION, NOT IN HAWAII AS HE CLAIMS, BUT AT THE COAST PROVINCE GENERAL HOSPITAL IN MOMBASA, KENYA.

MONEY TALKS and it talks BIG in the Dominican Republic. The supply of money available from Kenya to influence the outcome of an important court hearing such as this one is likely very high. We can’t even logically guess what decision is going to be rendered by the court.

If Lucas is indeed extradited to Kenya, I believe he will then simply be made to ‘disappear’ from public view by the Kenyan authorities. Furthermore, I think if he winds up in a Kenyan prison awaiting trial there, it will result in a de facto DEATH SENTENCE for him. ‘Accidents’ and ‘violent altercations’ are often known to occur in prison environments. I think in the eyes of many Kenyans, Lucas has seriously embarrassed their ‘Messiah’ and deserves to die.

I believe only isolated ‘Obama friendly’ factions of the Kenyan establishment are behind this request for extradition. The entire matter is being kept very quiet. It may be that these factions are only interested in harassment and intimidation of Lucas and are not really serious about requesting his extradition. It’s all very puzzling!

WHAT NEWS WILL THIS DAY BRING US?

LDS in Santo Domingo

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Barack Obama has a stepfather and a living grandfather in Kenya? Raila Odinga (Former Kenyan Prime Minister) recently spent nearly 3 months at Boston University where he slammed Barack Obama.

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Photo data and credit:  President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at a reception at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York with Raila Odinga and his wife, Ida. Official White House photo by Lawrence Jackson.

Readers of the WOBIK blog may, or may not, be aware that Former Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga recently spent more than nearly three (3) months in the United States at Boston University where he was in residence for the spring semester at Boston University’s African Presidential Center

It appears that Odinga left Kenya for the United States on March 9th (2014) and that he arrived back in Kenya May 31st (2014).

Odinga also gave a speech at Harvard University and in April he traveled to Atlanta and laid a wreath on Martin Luther King’s grave and visited the Martin Luther King Center where he addressed students from several universities.

Odinga also gave speeches at (or addressed) the following universities:

1.  Columbia University in New York

2.  Princeton University in New Jersey

3.  Elizabeth City State University in North Carolina

4.  University of Massachusetts.

His wife, Ida Odinga, who also travelled with Odinga to the United States, delivered a lecture at Wellesley University in Boston.

Raila Odinga asked the above cited universities to give more scholarships Kenyan students.

He also stated that in the next decade at least twelve (12) African nations will become large oil exporters injecting $3 trillion into their economies. Raila maintained that corruption is swallowing Africa’s potential, although leaders tend to dismiss concerns about it. He said that Africa loses $148 billion to corruption annually, equal to 25 percent of the continent’s GDP.

It should also be noted that in May he attended a global health summit in Atlanta, Georgia organised by CARE International.  Odinga said that Malari and HIV were down and secondary school enrollment and per capita income per person were rising.

In an interview (May 2014) at Boston University, published on 05.22.2014 by Susan Seligson at www.bu.edu/ (link here), the following was stated by Raila Odinga:

It’s really unfortunate that Obama did not come to Kenya last year when he came to Africa. One hopes that he’ll come before his term is up. I would like to extend the invitation to him to come to Kenya. I think it would do Kenya good. He has his grandfather and stepfather here and in their lifetimes they really wish to receive one of their own while he is president.

When asked if President Obama’s Kenyan heritage has made any difference to Kenya he stated:   

It should have been a good selling point for Kenya, but I don’t think it has given Kenyans an advantage as one might have expected. Maybe Kenya has also by extension inherited some of Obama’s enemies.

In a Kenya Star article (which addressed the Boston University interview), titled Obama has not helped Kenya, Raila now claims and published on 05.26.2014 by Francis Mureithi the Kenyan report states:

FORMER Prime Minister Raila Odinga has slammed the Barack Obama administration, saying the US President has not helped Kenya, contrary to great expectations.

Obama has given Kenya a wide berth since he was elected America’s 44th President in November 2008.

During his first term, Obama made his first trip to Africa as president, visiting Ghana in 2009. After being reelected to serve his second and last term, Obama made a second trip to Africa last June, where he visited Senegal, Tanzania and South Africa. His term as US president will end on January 20, 2017.

Obama visited Kenya in 2006, shortly after he was elected to the Senate, but before he announced his 2008 run for the White House.

WOBIK Conclusion:

The Boston University interview, and Raila Odinga (and his wife, Ida) having recently spent nearly three (3) months in the United States at the University, is interesting enough (I had no idea that Odinga was in the United States and I certainly did not know that he was in residence this spring at Boston University) and it is plainly an undoubtedly noted that Barack Obama has physically disconnected himself from his birth place of Kenya ever since he announced his 2008 bid for President of the United States of America but I also found the following remark by Odinga to be thought-provoking:

He [president Barack Obama] has his grandfather and stepfather here [in Kenya] and in their lifetimes they really wish to receive one of their own while he is president.

Who are these individuals?

1.  Obama has a stepfather in Kenya?

2.  Obama has a living grandfather in Kenya?

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Russell Leslie Oppenheim born in 1963 at the Coast Province General Hospital (as was Barack Obama in 1961) in Kenya.

russell leslie oppenheim birth certificate coast province general hospital british protectorate of kenya - CopyIt seems that skeptics have ignored Russell Leslie Oppenheim’s Kenyan birth certificate.

Russell was born at the Coast Province General Hospital in Mombasa, British Protectorate of Kenya in the early 1960s.

Barack Hussein Obama II was born at the same hospital less than two years before Oppenheim’s birth.

The lack of attention that this document has received is puzzling.

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‘Obama Binary Options’ – Multi-million-dollar fraud? (Report #4)

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That’s the front entrance to Obama Binary Options.  The picture was captured several days ago complete with two jevitos (i.e., upper class born-rich Dominican kids) employees taking a smoking break (disgusting jevitos).

Aside from being a multi-million-dollar (estimated at half a million per day) scam broker Obama Binary Options is also somewhat unique in that it also, essentially, is a ‘call center’ which will not hire deported Dominicans (i.e., jailed in the United States and subsequently booted back to the land of their birth…a place they all seems to dislike).

Most Americans likely do not know this but the Dominican Republic is home to hundreds (maybe more than 1000 if you count all of the 4 and 5 seat places) call centers.

What is all a ‘call center’ in the Dominican Republic?  When a company or corporation in the United States looks to move their customer service or technical support overseas the first place they look to is the Dominican Republic.  Often times some of the BIG NAME companies and corporations will still maintain a small call center in the United States for appearance purposes.  They might not want you to know that black Latinos such as Rodriguez and Sanchez, who not long ago served 15 year sentences in federal prison in New York, are answering your tech support calls for $2 dollars an hour in Santo Domingo.  NOTE: Often times these employees are not permitted that reveal that they are working at offshore (non-US) sites.

Why do American companies and corporations look to the Dominican Republic when they think of offshoring customer support and tech support?  Other than the fact that they can pay an employee the equivalent of $2.50 US dollars per hour (and less) the following are exceedingly important factors:

1.   Dominicas who speak English tend to speak it like NO OTHER foreigners on the planet.   Chances are (if you are an American in the United States) that you have (and will again) spoken with a Dominican on the phone and were not at all aware of it.  You might have suspected that the voice on the phone sounded ‘black’ or maybe ‘urban New York’ but you probably never suspected that you were talking to a guy (or woman) in the Dominican Republic (who likely once served time in a prison in the United States).

2.  Dominicans tend to not problems with saying WHATEVER it takes to get the job done, even if that means lying and never ever admitting that they have absolutely and categorically no idea what they are talking about.  That may sound harsh but it is accurate.  These are culture (or other) differences.

In the United States people typically prefer the facts, even if they must concede (or least personally acknowledge) that they were incorrect, and progress is usually made when things are understood and accurate.

In the Dominican Republic (and from what I’ve seen in African countries such as the Congo and Kenya) people typically prefer being ‘right’ and being accurate or sticking to facts is of very little importance. Essentially (and assuming that these are ONLY cultural differences), only the following outcomes are of importance:

A.   The short term payout.  Example: Lie, cheat and deceive because one wants money to eat food today, buy retail and make some sort of what it is perceived as progress.

B.  Winning the argument or debate.  Lie, cheat, deceive and create impromptu fiction because winning the argument or debate probably means that you will get something that you want or need.   Example, if the winner of the SAVE THE DOMINICAN RIVERS project (a fictional example) debate is going to receive a grant for $50,000,000 pesos the facts, or being accurate or truthful, now mean very little if anything at all.

The objective is to win the $50,000,000.   Moreover, if one wins the money one has secret plans for most, or at least a good percentage of, the prize money going towards buying a house, fast car, clothing, sex and status.   Its not my fault the river is contaminated and me using the money to clean the river makes very little sense because cleaning the river is not going get me a car, house, tasty food, beer, sex and status so why would I want to clean the river.  Moreover, why would one want to do something which benefits not only themselves but also others (such as cleaning the rivers)?  Answer: Schadenfreude.

Readers might be interested in a few BIG NAMES who offshore their customer and technical support to the Dominican Republic:

1.   Blue Cross/Blue Shield    (Customer support related to changes due to Obama Care)

2.   FedEx      (Customer support)

3.   Western Digital – one of the worlds largest, if not the largest, manufactures of computer drives.   (Technical support)

4.   AT&T   (Sales)

There are legitimate or reputable call centers in the Dominican Republic but there are also hundreds of scam call centers, as well.  Obama Binary Options is probably the most sophisticated scam call center in the history of scam call centers in the Dominican Republic but there are other profitable, though not even remotely near the same level of profit as Obama Binary Options, scam call centers in the Dominican Republic which include, though not limited to, the types listed below:

1.   DEA (US Drug Enforcement Agency) scam.    Scam websites in RD offer prescription drugs to US customers at reduced prices and without prescriptions  (much like Canada does, though those in Canada are typically not scams).   A few weeks after the purchase (which was ‘confiscated’, which in reality it was never sent in the first place) an ‘agent’ from the DEA calls and indicates that an illegal purchases of prescription drugs was made and that if a fine of several thousand US dollars in not paid, and quickly, that a warrant for their arrest will be issued and served.

2.   Timeshare scam.   Thousands of desperate owners in the US would like to sell their timesshares but the market is just not like it was in the good old days.   A call is received from a company which has client interested in purchasing their timesshare.  A contract must first be drafted and all details must be verified.   After three (3) weeks or so of back and forth calls between the scam company with  the ‘client’ (who does not exist) and the customer, things are finally ready to proceed and to signed.   However, all fees need to be paid up front by the owner and the owner must pay a couple of thousand dollars.

3.   T-Mobile and AT&T scam.    You receive a call which shows up on your caller ID as being the number from T-Mobile or AT&T and when you answer you are told that you have been selected for a three (3) question survey and that if you participate you will receive a credit towards you next monthly bill.   After you answer the questions you are told that you will now receive a text message with a ‘confirmation code’ (it’s really a temporary password) which you will need to read back to them to confirm your participation in the survey and to get the credit on the next month’s bill.   In the truth the thieves are sitting in front of a computer looking at the T-Mobile website and have pushed ‘forgot my password’ which sends a text to the customer’s phone with a temp password.  Once the thieves are able to login (with the temp password that you just gave them, which even says ‘password’ in the text message and that T-Mobile will NEVER ask you for it) the thief then ports your number to a new sim card and sell the sim cards to foreigners in New York City who rack up 2 and 3 thousand dollars bills calling to Africa, China, Russia and other countries.   Sounds a little unbelievable doesn’t it.  Google it if you don’t believe me.

In any event, back to Obama Binary Options:

I checked with the Dominican Government to see if Obama Binary Options is legally registered (which it must be otherwise it is operating illegally in the country) in the Dominican Republic.  I went to the following offices (pictures taken by myself):

Obama Binary Options Dominican Impuestos Internos
Obama Binary Options Dominican contraciones publicas
Obama Binary Options Dominican bienes nacionales

They’ve never heard of Obama Binary Options. It appears that Obama Binary Options is operating illegally in the country and also not paying taxes.

At the estimated earnings of half a million dollars per day (they operate 24 hours a day, 3 shifts) and having been in business in the Dominican Republic for now approximately one (1) year they now owe taxes on approximately:

$182.5 million US dollars or approximately 7.85 billion Dominican pesos.

I will report again soon. Also stay tuned for upcoming report regarding extradition to Kenya for charges including treason.

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Carlisle v. United States, 83 U.S. 147 (1872): Being a citizen is not a precondition or requirement to be charged with, and found guilty of, treason.

palacio policia nacional 2014 catholic - CopyThe government of Kenya has officially asked that the charge of treason be added to their request for my extradition to Kenya. How can I be charged with treason when I am not, and never have been, a citizen of Kenya?

I’m not entirely sure but what I have ascertained is that there are other countries in which a person can be charged with, and found guilty of, treason even if they are not a citizen of that country.

Two such countries, and there are likely others but I have not yet had sufficient time to conduct a comprehensive search, are:

1.  United States of America

2.  Germany

Germany will be discussed later, hopefully sometime in the next few days, and today’s report we will cover the United States of America.

Carlisle v. United States, 83 U.S. 147 (1872)

The following has been truncated and readers are implored and advised to read the entire decision which can be found online be searching for the above referenced US Supreme Court decision.

This was an appeal from the Court of Claims. The claimants there were subjects of the Queen of Great Britain, but had been residents within the United States prior to the war of the rebellion, and during its continuance. In 1864 they were the owners of sixty-five bales of cotton stored on a plantation in Alabama. This cotton was seized during that year by naval officers of the United States and turned over to an agent of the Treasury Department, by whom the cotton was sold and the proceeds paid into the treasury.

The action was brought in the Court of Claims under the act of Congress of March 12th, 1863, known as the Captured and Abandoned Property Act, to recover these proceeds.

The court found that the claimants were the owners of the cotton, and that it was seized and sold as stated, and that the net proceeds, amounting to $43,232, were paid into the treasury.

The court also found that the government of Great Britain accords to citizens of the United States the right to prosecute claims against that government in its own courts; but that the claimants were engaged, in 1862, in manufacturing saltpetre in Alabama, and selling that article to the Confederate States, and that they thus gave aid and comfort to the rebellion, and for that reason were not entitled to recover the proceeds of the cotton seized. Their petition was accordingly dismissed. The facts connected with the manufacture and sale of the saltpetre are thus stated by the court in its findings:

‘From having, in 1860 and 1861, been engaged in the business of railroad contractors, they began in December, 1861, the manufacture of saltpetre at Santa Cave, Alabama, and continued engaged therein until the following April, when, owing to the presence of United States troops in the vicinity, they left the cave, and remained absent therefrom until the following October, when, immediately after the evacuation of Huntsville, Alabama, by the United States forces, they resumed work in making saltpetre at said cave, and continued it about two months. Their right to make saltpetre there was under a contract of lease between the owners of the cave and other parties, which had been transferred to the claimants, by whom it was, in May, 1863, sold and transferred to the so-called ‘Confederate States of America’ for $34,600. On the 28th of March, 1862, the claimants sold to the said Confederate States of America 2480 lbs. of saltpetre, at 75 cents per pound, in all $1860, and received payment therefor at Richmond, Virginia, on the 27th of June, 1862, from a rebel captain of artillery; and on the 30th of November, 1862, they sold to the said ‘Confederate States’ 4209 lbs. of nitre, at 75 cents per pound, in all $3156.75,    and in the bill of the same, which the claimants receipted, it was expressed that the said nitre was ‘for manufacture of gunpowder;’ and the amount of said bill was paid at Larkinsville, Alabama, on the 24th of December, 1862, by the rebel ‘superintendent of nitre and mining district No. 9;’ and the claimants hired to the said ‘Confederate States’ wagons to transport the said nitre from Santa Cave to Rome, Georgia.’

The circumstances attending the manufacture and sale of the saltpetre, as disclosed in the findings of the court, plainly show that the claimants knew that the saltpetre was to be used by the Confederates in the manufacture of gunpowder for the prosecution of the war of the rebellion, and there is little doubt that the sale was made in order to aid the Confederates in accomplishing their treasonable purposes. By thus furnishing materials for the prosecution of the war whilst they were domiciled in the country, knowing the uses to which the materials were to be applied, the claimants became participators in the treason of the Confederates equally as if they had been original conspirators with them. The Court of Claims, therefore, did not err in its conclusion that the act of the claimants in selling the saltpetre to the Confederates, under these circumstances, was an act of aid and comfort to the rebellion. We have already held in Hanauer v. Doane,1 and we repeat and reaffirm what we there said, that ‘he who, being bound by his allegiance to a government, sells goods to the agent of an armed combination to overthrow that government, knowing that the purchaser buys them for that treasonable purpose, is himself guilty of treason or a misprision thereof. He voluntarily aids the treason. He cannot be permitted to stand on the nice metaphysical distinction that, although he knows that the purchaser buys the goods for the purpose of aiding the rebellion, he does not sell them for that purpose. The consequences of his acts are too serious and enormous to admit of such a plea. He must be taken to intend the consequences of his own voluntary act.

 ’The rights of sovereignty,’ says Wildman, in his Institutes on International Law,7 ‘extend to all persons and things not privileged that are within the territory. They extend to all strangers therein, not only to those who are naturalized and to those who are domiciled therein, having taken up their abode with the intention of permanent residence, but also to those whose residence is transitory. All strangers are under the protection of the sovereign while they are within his territories, and owe a temporary allegiance in return for that protection.’

‘The rights of sovereignty,’ says Wildman, in his Institutes on International Law,7 ‘extend to all persons and things not privileged that are within the territory. They extend to all strangers therein, not only to those who are naturalized and to those who are domiciled therein, having taken up their abode with the intention of permanent residence, but also to those whose residence is transitory. All strangers are under the protection of the sovereign while they are within his territories, and owe a temporary allegiance in return for that protection.’

By allegiance is meant the obligation of fidelity and obedience which the individual owes to the government under which he lives, or to his sovereign in return for the protection he receives. It may be an absolute and permanent obligation, or it may be a qualified and temporary one. The citizen or subject owes an absolute and permanent allegiance to his government or sovereign, or at least until, by some open and distinct act, he renounces it and becomes a citizen or subject of another government or another sovereign. The alien, whilst domiciled in the country, owes a local and temporary allegiance, which continues during the period of his residence.

This obligation of temporary allegiance by an alien resident in a friendly country is everywhere recognized by publicists and statesmen. In the case of Thrasher, a citizen of the United States resident in Cuba, who complained of injuries suffered from the government of that island, Mr. Webster, then Secretary of State, made, in 1851, a report to the President in answer to a resolution of the House of Representatives, in which he said: ‘Every foreigner born residing in a country owes to that country allegiance and obedience to its laws so long as he remains in it, as a duty upon him by the mere fact of his residence, and that temporary protection which he enjoys, and is as much bound to obey its laws as native subjects or citizens. This is the universal understanding in all civilized states, and nowhere a more established doctrine than in this country.’ And again: ‘Independently of a residence with intention to continue such residence; independently of any domiciliation; independently of the taking of any oath of allegiance or of renouncing any former allegiance, it is well known that, by the public law, an alien or a stranger born, for so long a time as he continues within the dominions of a foreign government, owes obedience to the laws of that government, and may be punished for treason or other crimes as a native-born subject might be, unless his case is varied by some treaty stipulation.’

The same doctrine is stated in Hale’s Pleas of the Crown,9 East’s Crown Law,10 and Foster’s Discourse upon High Treason,11 all of which are treatises of approved merit.

Such being the established doctrine, the claimants here were amenable to the laws of the United States prescribing punishment for treason and for giving aid and comfort to the rebellion. They were, as domiciled aliens in the country prior to the rebellion, under the obligation of fidelity and obedience to the government of the United States. They subsequently took their lot with the insurgents, and would be subject like them to punishment under the laws they violated but for the proclamation of the President of December 25th, 1868. That proclamation, in its comprehensive terms, includes them and all others in like situation. It grants ‘unconditionally, and without reservation, to all  and to every person who, directly or indirectly, participated in the late insurrection or rebellion, a full pardon and amnesty for the offence of treason against the United States, or of adhering to their enemies during the late civil war, with restoration of all rights, privileges, and immunities under the Constitution and the laws which have been made in pursuance thereof.’

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Photo credit and data:   Lucas Daniel Smith.  March 2014.  Palacio Policia Nacional.  Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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Lucas Daniel Smith to be charged with ‘Treason’ in Kenya (death penalty) and the Isabela River in Santo Domingo.

Embedded directly below is a short video of the now capped (?) Isabela River which I captured last Wednesday with my Nokia Lumia camera:

lucas daniel smith rio isabela santo domingo Dominicana Mayo 2014That’s me standing in front of the Isabela River in Santo Domingo on Wednesday afternoon, May 21st 2014.  You might be wondering where the water is.  Me too.  I’ve fished from the same spot featured in the adjacent picture but it appears that the river has now been capped (?).

A few days ago, May 21st 2014, I attended a motion hearing regarding my extradition to Kenya.

When I arrived I saw that my attorney, a tall white Dominican whose graying hair he wears combed towards the backside of his head, was standing adjacent the gates of the courtroom and that he had a dejected and despondent look on his face and in his posture.

He told me that the  government of Kenya wishes to add the charge of ‘Treason’ to the extradition request.  He wears glasses (and has a youthful-looking  face for his age) which he was adjusting as he said, ”Lucas, the charge of treason in Kenya can carry the death penalty.”

I instantly felt a stinging-burning perception and realization in my stomach and even in my one kidney (my right kidney, I donated my left Kidney several years ago) and my face felt oven-like and my hands felt like they were swelling with blood and then it was over and I accepted it and asked my attorney if we had time to eat before the hearing  (I arrived 90 minutes earlier to eliminate any prospect of being late) and he said, ”Yes, yes lets get some pleasure food.”

I myself was starving because all I had eaten was four masitas dominicana (see pic here) and a 16 ounce Rica orange juice without sugar NOTE: fruit juice in RD is loaded, full and packed with extra sugar, (see pic here).  We decided on boiled yuca and fried salami (see pic here) and we drank Kola Real (see pic here).

After we ate and talked more it was nearing the allocated time for the motion hearing.   At the hearing the Honorable Court indicated that the government of Kenya wishes to add the charge of Treason to their extradition request.   The Honorable Court stated that additional time to consider the motion would not be needed and that the government of Kenya would need to supply the Court with a written and endorsed guarantee stipulating that if extradited for the charge of Treason that the death penalty would not be applicable.

It appears that Kenya retains the death penalty for murder, armed robbery and treason.

map of new US Embassy and new US Consulate in the Dominican Republic Avenida de Colombia and Carretera La IsabelaAfter the motion hearing was completed I got on board my Yahama motorcycle and decided to drive with no particular destination in mind.  I then decided to stop by my house, kick of my oven-like suit and throw on some regular cloths and also pick up a beautiful Dominican woman.  We then drove north-eastish and eventually, on a highway-like street called Carretera La Isabela, reached an area where, adjacent to the street, there is what looks like back side of a large industrial or government compound, which looks distantly American or at least not at all in anyway possible Dominican, which I had seen many times before but it just then made sense to me, this was the backside of the new US Embassy which I’d written about last month (see that report here: Part 2. New (not yet in service) US Embassy and US Consulate in the Dominican Republic. Exclusive photographs!).

As regular readers of the WOBIK blog may remember, the new (construction not yet complete, though scheduled to be opened summer 2013, last year) US Embassy and US Consulate is located on Avenida República de Colombia.

However, on Wednesday we discovered that their compound covers a relatively large area of land which extends north to the Carretera (or highway) La Isabela where there are several exits and entrances including those for motor vehicles.

Later on today I pan to add a several photographs of the back side of the new US Embassy and US Consulate to the comments section of the above cited report.

In any event, we stopped and snapped a few pictures and then turned around, pulled a near-death-experience wheelie (considering that Kenya can sentence me to the death penalty, if I figured the wheelie would be something like warm-up stretch before trying out real death), and headed in a return direction on the Carretera (or highway) La Isabela because I wanted to take a look at my old fishing hole which is specific spot located on the Isabela River (Rio Isabela).   You have turn off Carretera Las Isabela near it’s overpass of Avenida Jacobo Majluta Azar on small street named Ercilia Pepin which will lead your down to small bridge which crosses a very small stream or creek called Arroyo Manzano (appears as a small river or waterway on online maps).

Adjacent to the creek (i.e., Arroyo Manzano) is an earthen or dirt road (it doesn’t have a name) which will lead you to the Isabela River which is a good-sized river where I once quietly and comfortably fished in years past.   NOTE:  It should be noted that such areas can be extremely dangerous and you should never enter (although I have ignored my own advice on many occasions) without a weapon such as a machete or a handgun, and be prepared to use said weapon(s) if needed.

As I neared the River Isabela I saw what appeared to be green-colored plants on top of the water.  What was this?   I’d never seen the river like this in the past.   As I drove closer to the river I ascertained that the river had been drained or capped.   There might be a small amount of water flowing under all of the green-colored plants (I don’t know the common name, nor the scientific name, for these plants.) but other than that, and a few deeper holes of water without the green colored plants down the river, the water was gone.

I haven’t been able to ascertain why the river has been capped, drained or dammed but I do know that a couple of years ago the river was exceedingly contaminated and full of garbage ans waste.  Moreover, it seems like there is always some new save-the-rivers-project (not just the Isabela, but the Ozama and others) which are typically never carried but if the Isabela River has been capped it may be some sort of project.  It’s also equally possible that the river has been dammed to use the water for some other area or need.

As we were leaving the Isabela River we decided to take different route home so we got on Avenida Jacobo Majluta Azar and took this last picture from it’s bridge which crosses the Isabela River.  We hope you like it:

rio isabela sin agua santo domingo República Dominicana may 2014 lucas daniel smith resize - Copy

I like the Dominican Republic better than Kenya and I move the Honorable Court to please reject Kenya’s request to have me extradited to East Africa.

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Extradition to Kenya Update: Motion hearing on Wednesday

looking on the water

I was informed this morning when I arrived for a meet with my attorney that a motion hearing has been scheduled by the Court to take place this Wednesday.

It appears that the hearing was set up about two weeks ago but my attorney just found out about it today.  Furthermore, my attorney does not know what the motion is in respect to.

I will keep readers updated.

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