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The National Law Journal
December 28, 2012
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January 02, 2013 12:29 PM
DOJ scares the hell out of me. I don't have a criminal record. There was no "oath or affirmation" but without it DOJ detained me three times for 5 months. I was not criminally charged, did not have an arraignment, did not have a bail hearing, and was not allowed an evidentiary hearing. I was told in Federal Court that I didn't have a right to an attorney. The witnesses against me weren't sworn and I was not allowed to cross examine them. DOJ already filed in Federal Court see D of Columbia 09-0562 document 8-1 that it imprisoned me on purpose.The Bail Reform Act of 1984, 18 USC section 3142, is supposed to apply to all federal prisoners but even though I stated that I was held without a bail hearing once for 124 days and once for 22 days, David Cotter Rybicki, DOJ counsel, filed "All aspects of the USMS’s investigations and detention of Mrs. Sieverding were lawful", see D of Columbia 09-0562 document 54-1.
January 02, 2013 11:05 AM
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