Secret Inmate-Over Three Years Incarceration with No Conviction

Secret Inmate-Over Three Years Incarceration with No Conviction

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Andrew Chien started this petition to All Who Support Chien's Petition in Federal Court

       Andrew Chien ("Chien"), a resident of Connecticut with no property in Virginia, had been arrested and incarcerated in Virginia twice, and the second arrest was on May 8, 2013, and released on June 27, 2016 by Chesterfield County Circuit Court of Virginia without conviction, trial and sentence. The arrest and incarceration orders were issued by William K Grogan, Commissioner in Chancery (not an employee) of Chesterfield County Circuit Court of Virginia, with purpose for garnishment and to make his own income. During the incarceration period, Chien filed multi-countersuits and appeals against the illegal incarceration and money laundering. But, Mark R Herring, Attorney General, represented Grogan and defended Grogan’s orders in Case CL.14-549 Chien v. Commonwealth et al, Prince George County Circuit Court, and Case CL.15-1569, Chien v. Grogan et. al. Chesterfield County Circuit Court, which extended Chien improperly incarceration. Chien also reported to Mark R Herring that Grogan impersonating as a Judge on May 7, 2014, issued the order of indefinitely incarceration for third party assets under custody,  but no response.
       Timothy J. Hauler then Chief-judge of Chesterfield County Circuit Court, presided the case CL.15-1569, Chien v. Grogan et. al, and rejected to release Chien.
      Donald W Lemons, Chief-Justice of VA Supreme Court, presided Chien’s multi appeals with Recording Number: 131044, 140842, 151104, 151219, 151316, 152307, 1523207, 160254, and rejected to release Chien.

     Chien suffered felony punishment, but no criminal procedure. Therefore, the Department of Correction of Virginia and FBI had no any records of Chien's arrest and incarceration. Chien was secret inmate. The majority incarceration costs didn't paid by Virginia State under normal operation, but by Chesterfield County only.

    Due to Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ("FDCPA"), to use criminal punishment .to collect the consumer debt is illegal. The penalty for such violation is $16,000 per day from "15 US Code §§ 45(m)(1)(A), (C)". For to avoid such judicial misconduct to happen in the future, Chien filed lawsuit in U.S District Court for Eastern District of Virginia against Timothy J. Hauler, Mark R Herring and Donald W Lemons for declaration judgment, but the first order of the court claimed there is no subject-matter jurisdiction for such violation of both human right and civil right of Virginia State. This case is under Chien's motion for reconsideration.

    Freedom from arbitrary detention, including prolonged indefinite detention, is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which the U.S. ratified in 1992. Chien requests the public help to abolish "secret inmate" in our great democracy country by supporting Chien's petition for human right and liberty..

  

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