Wednesday, January 29, 2020

The 'USA' rules in favor of the cause for the independence of Ambazonia

A California federal court in a final ruling Tuesday paved the way for Ambazonia's independence by dismissing all international terrorism claims against Ambazonia Tanku's Tapang Ivo and ordering the plaintiff, Cameroon, to pay the defendant immediately $ 5,567.25 within 60 days.

After examining 561 pages of the complainant's terrorism-related evidence against the spokesperson for the Ambazonian Defense Forces Tapang Ivo Tanku, the presiding judge, Nathanael M. Cousins, found that all of the allegations were "very frivolous" and that the lawyer trained in Cameroon, Nsahlai Emmanuel, had “bad faith” against the struggle for the independence of Ambazonia. 

"The Court concludes that Mr. Nsahlai showed subjective bad faith in his refusal to participate in the preliminary investigation while extending the time of the defendant and the Court by extending the litigation - for example, by filing a third temporary restraining order - rather than voluntarily dismissing the case, ”citing the final decision. 

The judge's decision further exposes the Cameroon charlatan's prosecutor, Nsahlai Emmanuel, to tougher sanctions from the California bar if he cannot pay Tapang Ivo Tanku within 60 days. "The Court awards the defendant a total of $ 5,567.25 in fees representing the time spent working on discovery applications as of September 1, 2019." 

Here, the American judge: the plaintiffs' lawyer, Emmanuel Nsahlai , has multiplied the proceedings in this case so unreasonably that it is appropriate for him "to personally pay the costs, expenses and attorneys' fees excessively incurred as a result of such conduct". 

In December 2019, charlatan Nsahlai's lawyer - coincidentally, an African name meaning Losing - was ordered by judge Nathanael Cousins ​​to unconditionally reveal the names of his so-called pseudo-complainants. Sensing that he could be excluded following a justification order in November 2019, Nshalai Emmanuel quickly chose to dismiss the case he had originally brought before the same court. 

The court, however, rejected Nshalai's request and ordered that Tapang's lawyer Curtis Edmonson propose any form of punishment against such a charlatan legal practice. Intellectual Property Lawyer Curtis Edmonson is one of the top American litigation lawyers, licensed in more than 10 states..

“Putting Curtis Edmonson against Emmanuel Nshalai in the ring is like putting an elephant against a rant. Nsahlai is a charlatan, to start with, ”said Ngong Wilson, an Ambazonian citizen residing in the United States. 

No one can stop Ambazonia's quest for independence, said judge Cousins ​​in court, arguing that the rights to purchase guns and bullets were protected by the United States' second amendment. There is no crime of self-defense, he says, ordering that self-defense is not terrorism. The lawyer hired in Cameroon intended to use the court's judgment to block all channels of material support for the defense of the territory of Ambazonia against Cameroonian military terrorists. 

Three attempts to temporarily detain Tapang in the United States were all denied by the court. "You cannot use the US court to chase political enemies of dictator Paul Biya and his decades-old regime," Nsahlai said in the face. “This case lacks merit on all fronts. This seems to be a political tool of the Cameroonian government. " 

While investigating the quack lawyer Nsahlai, the lawyer deemed to Tapang, Curtis Edmondson, discovered that the lawyer quack Cameroon had been expelled from his office there two years ago, although it retains still illegally the old address. "He is a lawyer without an office." 

Speaking to Tapang Ivo Tanku on a telephone line, he declared to this agency that he was dedicating the cost awarded of $ 5,567.25 for the purchase of firearms and bullets for the soldiers of the defending Ambazonia women and children, adding that a pistol would be called the "Nsahlai pistol". use weapons only against Cameroonian military terrorists, warns Tapang. 

“It is not a Tapang victory. It is an Ambazonian victory against Cameroon. This is the first international trial that Ambazonia has won in the United States against Cameroon. It legitimizes Ambazonia and its people. It would be referenced in future litigation by other countries. Anyone who once feared donating to defend themselves can now do so legally. "