欢迎加入中国茉莉花行动部落

我们来自同一个家园,那里毒草丛生。
我们来自同一个部落,那里毒蛇横行。
我们播种茉莉,为了呼吸自由的芳香。
我们移植鲜花,为了拥抱春天的曙光。

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

诚请美国助理国务卿迈克-波斯纳担任我的法律顾问

Web address of this file: http://jasmine-action.blogspot.com/2013/03/blog-post.html

This is a legal file that will be submitted to the Somerset County Superior Court. I post this file here to let more people view it, and to urge the FBI and other relvant agencies to investigate this case, especially about Ms. Yinghua Guo's espionage activities, about the espionage of the Chinese military officers against the United States, and about the Cyber-Attacks against Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, thus to find out what kind roles that the Chinese government played in those cases.

This motion has been sent to some human rights attorneys and lawyers for legal advices. All comments and suggestions are welcome.

The United States is vulnerable while facing the Cyber-Attacks initiated by the Chinese Government. We need to stand up to fight against the Chinese Communist Party to protect the security of the United States and our American citizens.

God Bless America!

Gang Liu

March 24, 2013

Here is an Email I sent to some Human Rights Lawyers.
-----------------------------------
From: Gang Liu
Date: Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 11:23 AM
Subject: Fwd: Motions for recusal of Judge Thomas Miller
To: mposner@stern.nyu.edu, Robert Bernstein , jerome.cohen@nyu.edu

Dear Professor Posner and Professor Cohen,

I am writing to you to ask for your legal advices regarding one of the Chinese Military spy Yinghua Guo, who is also one of your friends. Yinghua Guo had bribed Mr. Robert Bernstein to do espionage for the Chinese government. Mr. Robert Bernstein had raised funds for Yinghua Guo and wired large amount money to Yinghua Guo. Also, Mr. Bernstein has introduced Yinghua Guo to meet with many American government officers and other VIPs. Both of you were listed on Yinghua Guo's list to approach and bribe. I believe both of you had already contacted by Yinghua Guo.

Yinghua Guo is a Chinese Military officer who is hiding in the United States to do espionage for China. She is an enemy of the United States.

Yinghua Guo, with the helps of hackers from ChinaSoft, has initiated Cyber-Attacks against Morgan Stanley. Yinghua Guo is a fighter for the Chinese Government to fight against the United States.

I am considering to file lawsuit against Yinghua Guo, and some of the Police officers and Judges who have helped the Chinese Military officers to persecute me. Could you please advise me the procedures for filing lawsuits against Judges and Police officers?

Both of you are human rights lawyers and human rights activists, while Dr. Michael Posner was used to be the Assistant Secretary of the State for Human Rights, Democracy and Labor.

You have the responsibility to protect the security of the United States.

You have the responsibility to protect our citizens to be harrassed/abused/killed by the Chinese Military spies.

You have the responsibility to protect the US based firms to be Cyber-Attacked by the Chinese Military hackers.

I hope Professor Cohen and Professor Posner could provid comments and suggestions for my motions. I am fighting for the interests of the American from being espionaged by the Chinese military spies and to protect the security of the United States. Hope you could give me a hand to win this case.

Please check the attached file for the draft of the motions I just created. Please let me know your suggestions and comments. Hope you can work on my benefits this time. It would be great if one of you could represent me for such kind cases.

Thank you very much in advance.

Sincerely,

Gang Liu
March 27th, 2013

In case you might have problems to view the attached file, I copy paste the file as below.
-----------------------------------

CHANCERY DIVISION - FAMILY PART

----------------------------------------
YINGHUA GUO                        )            SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
                      Plaintiff,                 )           CHANCERY DIVISION - FAMILY PART 
                                                     )           SOMERSET COUNTY  
 vs.                                               )
                                                     )           DOCKET NO. FM-18-301-11
GANG LIU                                 )            CIVIL ACTION
                       Defendant             )            MOTIONS FOR RECUSAL, DISQUALIFICATION, MISTRIAL
                                                     )           
----------------------------------------

Judge Thomas C. Miller has been in charge for this simple divorce case since he was sworn as a Judge of the Somerset County Superior Court. Judge Anthony F. Picheca Jr. also in charge another relevant case. This motion lists facts and reasons to show that both Judge Thomas C. Miller and Judge Anthony F. Picheca Jr. are disqualify for this divorce case and its relevant cases, because they had known and contacted with the plaintiff Yinghua Guo or Yinghua Guo's attorneys prior the divorce case were submitted. Also, both Judge Thomas C. Miller and Judge Anthony F. Picheca Jr. had done some mistrials to favor Yinghua Guo's benefit.

1. FACTS

1.1. Gang Liu, the Defendant, used to be a Chinese dissident. In 1989, Gang Liu was arrested and was sentenced to 6 years in prison by the Chinese Communist, which is the longest for all student leaders, due to Gang Liu's important role in the pro-democracy movement.  See Exhibit 1.

1.2. In 1996, Gang Liu escaped to the United States with the helps of the Clinton's government. See Exhibit 2.

1.3. In 1998, Gang Liu graduated from Columbia University. Since then, Gang Liu had worked for Bell Labs as a scientist, for Citigroup as an Assistant Vice President, and for Morgan Stanley as a Vice President.

1.4. Although Gang Liu had started his American dreams, the Chinese Communist government has never left Gang Liu alone. The Chinese government kept sending Chinese spies to watch/harass/threaten/destroy Gang Liu.

1.5. Ms. Yinghua Guo, also named as Elisa Guo, the Plaintiff, is a Chinese military officer, who was sent by the General Department of Staff of the Chinese People's Liberation Army(PLA) to the United States to do espionage for the Chinese government. Ms. Yinghua Guo belongs to the Unit 61398, which is the most notorious Chinese military unit responsible for many Cyber-Attacks against the US based firms. Currently, Elisa Guo is hiding in USA as a director of Pfizer in New York City. See Exhibit 3 and Exhibit 4 for supporting document.

1.6. On June 7th, 2007, Yinghua Guo approached Gang Liu through internet. Elisa Guo hid her Chinese military background and cheated Gang Liu to have a quick marriage with her.  Since, July 8th, 2007, Elisa Guo moved into Gang Liu's house located at 11 Ridings Parkway, Princeton, NJ 08540. They started to have marital life since then.

1.7. In October 2009, Gang Liu happened found got back home earlier and found that Mr. Mr. Hank Wei, a hacker and a Vice General Manager for ChinaSoft, was invited by Yinghua Guo to hack Morgan Stanley's database system using Gang Liu's computer and work station at home. Yinghua Guo admitted that she invited Hank Wei do do manipulate the software tools and asked Gang Liu to keep it confidential. Yinghua Guo also admitted that she would be arrested if FBI or any other government agencies found her espionage activities. Yinghua Guo asked Gang Liu to keep quiet about that.

1.8. In September 2009, Yinghua Guo invited Mr. Wenming Yan, another Chinese Military officer of the Unit 61398, to visit the United States. Mr. Wenming Yan spent two weeks with Ms. Yinghua Guo. Mr. Wenming Yan gave $60,000 cash to Yinghua Guo as bonus or commission for Yinghua Guo's espionage activities. Mr. Wenming Yan also trained/taught Yinghua Guo with specific hacker skills. See Exhibit 5.

1.9. Mr. Yuhua Tang was the head of the Chinese National Security Agency in North America region. Mr. Yuhua Tang was arrested by FBI in November 2011. Yinghua Guo met with Mr. Yuhua Tang frequently to share/exchange espionage information and skills. The photo in Exhibit 6 shows that Elisa Guo met Yuhua Tang in New York in September 2009. Mr. Wenming Yan also joined the meeting with Mr. Yuhua Tang.

1.10. On November 5th, 2009, Yinghua Guo already went to bed on the second floor. Gang Liu had some work to do at his home office located on the the first floor. At about 11 PM,  Yinghua Guo rushed into Gang Liu's home office and shouted at Gang Liu. Yinghua Guo first told Gang Liu that she was Chinese military officer and worked for the Chinese government. Yinghua Guo requested Gang Liu to stop any activities against the Chinese Communist and to keep silent regarding Yinghua Guo's espionage activities. Yinghua Guo threatened to kill Gang Liu with or without her hands if Gang Liu refused to cooperate with the Chinese Communist. Gang Liu refused Yinghua Guo's request. Immediately, Yinghua Guo assaulted Gang Liu with her well trained marshal art skills. Yinghua Guo scratched Gang Liu's face into bloody and kicked Gang Liu on his legs and stomach. Gang Liu used his hands to protect his face and didn't fight back.

1.11. Gang Liu tried to escaped from the home office to the kitchen room and called 911 hot line to report Yinghua Guo's domestic violence activities. Gang Liu asked police officers to come over to protect Gang Liu from being further abused by Yinghua Guo.

1.12. At about 12 AM, November 6th, 2009, Police officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson responded to Gang Liu's report and arrived at Gang Liu's house located at 11 Ridings Parkway, Princeton, NJ 08540. The two police officers first checked my bloody face that were just scratched by Yinghua Guo. The two police officers also asked Yinghua Guo and Gang Liu who reported to 911 first. Yinghua Guo claimed it was her who reported to 911, while Gang Liu claimed it was him who reported to 911. The two police officers immediately checked with the 911 hot line and figured out what Gang Liu said was true and Yinghua Guo was a liar.

1.13. It was quite clear to Police officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson that Yinghua Guo was the offender and Gang Liu was the victim. However, Police officer R. Ellington asked Gang Liu to go to his home office and talked to Gang Liu privately. R. Ellington told Gang Liu that they had to take one from the family, either the husband or the wife. As there is a baby need to be take care, R. Ellington persuaded Gang Liu to go with the police and let Yinghua Guo to stay home and to take care the baby. R. Ellington also cheated Gang Liu that it wouldn't take too much time to resolve the dispute if Gang Liu went out with them. R. Ellington tried to convince Gang Liu that his proposal was the best solution for this dispute.

1.14. Gang Liu told R. Ellington that he could go with them as long as the police officers could protect Gang Liu from being further abused by Yinghua Guo.

1.15. Police officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson sent Gang Liu to police station and arrested Gang Liu. then Gang Liu was sent to prison.

1.16. Police officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson wrote an incident report #9062810 regarding the domestic violence event happened in Gang Liu's house, as shown in Exhibit 7. Police officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson distorted the facts and reversed the victim and the offender in their report. They clearly knew that it was Gang Liu reported to 911 hot line to ask for helps from being further abused by Yinghua Guo. They clearly knew that Gang Liu was the victim, while Yinghua Guo was the offender. But Police officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson made Gang Liu as the offender and Yinghua Guo as the victim.

1.17.  Based on the false statement made by Police officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson, a domestic violence complaint against Gang Liu was created at the Franklin Township Municipal Court on November 6th, 2009. The Complaint Number is 1008W2009000554. This case was handled by Judge Emil Philibosian for over 18 months. The case was eventually dropped in May 2011! This is a false complaint! This false complaint made Gang Liu waste a lot of time and money. Gang Liu had to go to Court hearing almost monthly, and had to hire attorney to defense for him. Even worse, by taking advantage of this false statement, Yinghua Guo created 6 other lawsuits against Gang Liu, 3 in New Jersey and 3 in New York! And Yinghua Guo put Gang Liu into prison 3 times! Eventually, Yinghua Guo made Gang Liu lost jobs. The false statement made by Police officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson has caused damages and harms physically as well as mentally to Gang Liu, as well as significant loss of money.  Police officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson are partially responsible for Gang Liu's loss and injuries. 

1.18. On June 2nd, 2010, Yinghua Guo complained Gang Liu again while both of them were showing up at the Franklin Municipal Court. Sgt. Mark Reiner and Police officer Garley created the Incident Report #20028583, as shown in Exhibit 9. This police report clearly showed that it was Yinghua Guo created an event and then complained against Gang Liu.

1.19. Based on this report, Yinghua Guo got a protection order against Gang Liu, as shown in Exhibit 10.

1.20. To avoid any further false accusation or harassment from Yinghua Guo, Gang Liu rented an apartment located at 104-60 Queens Blvd, Apt 11X, Forest Hills, NY 11375. Gang Liu moved into that apartment on June 3rd, 2010.

1.21. On June 6th, Yinghua Guo called up Gang Liu and asked Gang Liu to move back to New Jersey house. Gang Liu refused Yinghua Guo's request. Then Yinghua Guo asked Gang Liu to help Yinghua Guo to move into the New York apartment so that they could live together. Gang Liu refused to move Yinghua Guo into his apartment.

1.22. Then, Yinghua Guo told Gang Liu that her mother Zhongyu Liu has scheduled an interview with the USCIS for her political application. It was Yinghua Guo who filled out the I-589 form for her mother and submitted to the USCIS in May 2010, as shown in Exhibit 11. In this application form, you can count how many times Yinghua Guo mentioned Gang Liu's name. None of them claimed Gang Liu was a criminal. Instead, Yinghua Guo claimed Gang Liu was a hero for his important roles in the pro-democracy movement in China. Yinghua Guo's mother was scheduled for an interview with the USCIS on June 12th, 2010. Yinghua Guo asked Gang Liu to accompany her mother to go to USCIS for the interview and to do testimony or affidavit for her mother on June 12, 2010. Gang Liu agreed to provide helps for her mother and promised to go to USCIS with her mother.

1.23. Yinghua Guo asked to move into Gang Liu's apartment again. Now, Yinghua Guo gave two reasons for her to move into Gang Liu's apartment: first, to help/educated her mother to prepare for the USCIS inter view; second, the baby needs to stay with the father. Gang Liu asked Yinghua Guo if there were any restraining order against Gang Liu. Yinghua Guo told Gang Liu that there were no restraining order against Gang Liu and nothing could stop them to live together. Gang Liu told Yinghua Guo that he needs to check with the court and police station before he could let Yinghua Guo to move into his apartment.

1.24. On June 7th, Gang Liu went to several Police offices in New York as well as in New Jersey.  Gang Liu eventually was served with the protection order against him at the Franklin Township Municipal Court. It was requested and signed by Yinghua Guo on June 4th, 2010! But Yinghua Guo cheated Gang Liu that there was no protection order against Gang Liu. Even worse, Yinghua Guo wanted to move into Gang Liu's apartment while Yinghua Guo hold a protection order which strictly restrained Gang Liu from meeting with Yinghua Guo! It was obvious that Yinghua Guo tried to set up Gang Liu by taking advantage of this protection order. Once Gang Liu helped Yinghua Guo to move into Gang Liu's apartment, Yinghua Guo would immediately reported to Police that it was Gang Liu tried to kidnap Yinghua Guo and violated the protection order!

1.25. On June 7th, while the police officers were serving the protection order to Gang Liu, Yinghua Guo made several phone calls to Gang Liu and asked Gang Liu to meet with her. Gang Liu reported to police officers. However, the police officers just told Gang Liu that never report to police for family issues. Police officers refused to take Gang Liu's report! Then, Gang Liu went to the Somerset County Superior Court to file counter-complaint against Yinghua Guo.

1.26. The Court hearing was scheduled on June 12th, 2010. It was the same date on which Yinghua Guo asked Gang Liu to go to USCIS to do testimony for her mother's interview with the USCIS for her political asylum's application. Both Gang Liu and Yinghua Guo couldn't show up at the USCIS for her mother's interview. Yinghua Guo might lied again for the interview date!

1.27. On June 12th, 2010, both Gang Liu and Yinghua Guo showed up at the scheduled court hearing. Yinghua Guo was served with the Counter-complaint by the clerks of the Court. Yinghua Guo asked for more days to prepare for the court hearing. The court hearing was rescheduled to June 24th, 2010.

1.28. With the helps of Mr. Robert Bernstein, Mr. Scott Greathead, and Ms. Sharon Hom, Yinghua Guo retained Mr. Robert Kornitzer as her attorney.

1.29. Prior to be sworn in as a Judge of the Somerset County Superior Court, Mr. Thomas Miller was the Counsel of the Somerset County. Thomas Miller contacted with Robert Kornitzer, Yinghua Guo's attorney, on June 23rd, 2010, as shown in Exhibit 12. The mails between Thomas Miller and Robert Kornitzer clearly indicated that Thomas Miller has known Yinghua Guo and about the case between Gang Liu and Yinghua Guo.

1.30. On June 24th, 2010, both Yinghua Guo and Gang Liu showed up for the scheduled court hearing. Both parties reached a consent order, as shown in Exhibit 13a and 13b. Judge Julia Marino, Yinghua Guo, Gang Liu, Robert Kornitzer(Yinghua Guo's attorney), Wayne Zhu (Gang Liu's attorney) signed on this consent order.

1.31. The consent order was created by Yinghua Guo's attorney Robert Kornitzer. All items were in favor of Yinghua Guo. Gang Liu agreed to sign it. It shows that Gang Liu was honest to resolve all the issues between Yinghua Guo and Gang Liu. However, Yinghua Guo didn't want to resolve the case. Instead, Yinghua Guo created cases against Gang Liu through false accusation again and again. It clearly indicated that Yinghua Guo's objective is to destroy Gang Liu by taking advantage of the American Illegal system.

1.32. After the consent order signed, Gang Liu respected and complied with the consent order. Although there was no reason for Gang Liu to transfer his newly rented apartment to Yinghua Guo, Gang Liu still transferred it to Yinghua Guo on time. Yinghua Guo moved into the New York apartment on June 27th, 2010. However, Yinghua Guo violated the consent order on several occasions.

1.33. Item 3 of the consent order enforced Yinghua Guo to pay $2000 to Gang Liu for the security deposit for the apartment. Yinghua Guo refused to pay it even Gang Liu requested many times.

1.34. Item 7 of the consent order stated that "Plaintiff shall cooperate with Defendant to have the complaint against him (docket No. W-2009-000554) dismissed". However, Yinghua Guo refused to cooperate to dismiss the indicated complaint against Gang Liu.

1.35. Without any court orders, Yinghua Guo moved out all the valuable furniture from the New Jersey house to her New York apartment. Yinghua Guo also sold some of valuable asset that left in the house, including furniture, and Gang Liu's personal belongings. Yinghua Guo moved about $150,000 valuable asset from Gang Liu's house.

1.36. Yinghua Guo also took Gang Liu's personal ID documents that left in the house, including Gang Liu's social security card, passport book, etc. Gang Liu had to reapply all these documents.

1.38. In July or August 2009, Yinghua Guo started a none-profit organization "Tear Down This Wall Foundation". Yinghua Guo listed Gang Liu and Juntao Wang as board members of the "Tear Down This Wall Foundation", without Gang Liu's nor Juntao Wang's approval. Gang Liu has reported Yinghua Guo's criminal activities to police officers at the Franklin Township. However, the police officers told Gang Liu that the disputes between wife and husband should be resolved with the family court.

1.39. In July or August 2009, Yinghua Guo created a bank account for the none-profit organization "Tear Down This Wall Foundation". The bank account was with Bank of America and account number was 3810 0239 9098, as shown in Exhibit 14. Only Yinghua Guo could access that bank account. Yinghua Guo using Gang Liu's name and Juntao Wang's name to raise funds. Some of the raised funds were deposited to that bank account. As Gang Liu and Juntao Wang was listed as the board members of the entity, Gang Liu was supposed to take responsibility to that bank account. Gang Liu asked Bank of America to close that bank account. However, Gang Liu was told that only Yinghua Guo could close that account. Gang Liu also reported to police regarding Yinghua Guo's theft activities. Again, police officers told Gang Liu that it was a dispute between wife and husband and need to be resolved with the family court.

1.40. Gang Liu owns a bank account with Citibank since 2005, the account number is xxxx6138. In August 2010, Yinghua Guo asked Gang Liu to help her to apply for green card due marriage. Yinghua Guo cheated Gang Liu that they had to have several joint bank accounts to let the Immigration officers to believe that their marriage was true marriage instead of a green card application fraud. Yinghua Guo asked Gang Liu to add Yinghua Guo's name into this bank account to make it as a joint account. Exhibit 15a shows the bank statement for July 2010, in which only Gang Liu's name was listed as the account owner. Exhibit 15b shows the bank statement for August 2010, in which Yinghua Guo  Gang Liu's name was listed as the account owner. Obviously, it was Yinghua Guo who added her name to Gang Liu's bank account. Gang Liu has never add his name to any of Yinghua Guo's bank account. However, Yinghua Guo claimed many times that Gang Liu forced to add his name to Yinghua Guo's bank account. Yinghua Guo made many such kind lies and false statement in the Court room.

1.41. Yinghua Guo made lot of lies to the Court. For example, in one of Yinghua Guo's statement as shown in Exhibit 16, Yinghua Guo submitted claimed that Gang Liu had not paid any substantial child support in the past three years. Gang Liu's bank accounts listed in Exhibit 15 shows that all expenses of the family were paid from Gang Liu's salary. While Yinghua Guo just deposited her all her income to her personal accounts.  Obviously, Yinghua Guo lied and made false statement in her statement.

1.42. Yinghua Guo and Gang Liu owned another joint account with Citibank. Exhibit 17 listed all the bank statements for this bank account for the time period from July 2009 to June 2010. These bank statements clearly show that Yinghua Guo transferred $280,000 cash to her personal accounts in one year from one of the joint bank account!

1.43. Exhibit 18 shows some of the Checks that Yinghua Guo transferred large amount funds from the joint accounts to her personal accounts.

1.44. Yinghua Guo had at least 14 bank accounts. Exhibit 19 shows a short list of bank accounts that Yinghua Guo created. Gang Liu found these bank accounts based on the transaction activities of the two joint bank accounts. Yinghua Guo might own more bank accounts. Gang Liu has submitted requests for discovery files to the court to request Yinghua Guo providing the bank statements for all of her bank accounts. However, Yinghua Guo refused to provide any of the requested bank statements in the last 30 months. Yinghua Guo clearly contempt the court orders.

1.45. In August 2010, Gang Liu visited the Attorney Generals' office located in Trenton, New Jersey. Gang Liu tried to report Yinghua Guo's espionage activities. However, one of the assistant from Attorney Generals' office told Gang Liu that they already got report from Somerset County Counsel's office regarding Gang Liu's problem. Gang Liu was told to talk to the Counsel of Somerset County.

1.46. Gang Liu immediately visited the office of the Somerset County Counsel. Detective Michael C. Schutta and another detective met and spoke to Gang Liu. Gang Liu wanted to report Yinghua Guo's espionage activities. However, the two detectives were not interested in what Gang Liu reported to them, instead they started to interrogate Gang Liu. The two detectives told Gang Liu that they were sent by the County Counsel Mr. Thomas Miller and the Attorney General to investigate Gang Liu's criminal activities. Detective Schutta claimed that Gang Liu violated law by posting articles regarding Yinghua Guo. The two Detectives wanted Gang Liu to bring his laptop to their officer for their search. Detective Schutta gave his business card to Gang Liu, as shown in Exhibit 20a. Also, Detective made fun of Gang Liu. He asked Gang Liu to write Down president Obama's address, as shown in Exhibit 20b, and told Gang Liu to visit the State Department regarding Yinghua Guo's espionage activities. Obviously, County Counsel Thomas Miller had sent his subordinates to investigate a civil case, which was not his legal responsibility. County Counsel Thomas Miller had tried to apply his power to help Yinghua Guo collect evidences for a civil case, and to threaten Gang Liu. Exhibit 20a was the

1.47. In August 2010, Gang Liu retained Ms. Natalee Picillo as his matrimonial attorney. Gang Liu asked Ms. Picillo to submit the divorce paper as soon as possible.

1.48. Ms. Natalee Picillo represented Gang Liu to file the divorce complaint to the Somerset County Superior Court. However, Ms. Natalee Picillo later told Gang Liu that the Court asked Ms. Natalee Picillo to wait for a few weeks to submit the divorce complaint. It was County Counsel Mr. Thomas Miller and Judge Picheca asked Ms. Natalee Picillo to wait for few weeks to submit Gang Liu's divorce complaint. Ms. Picillo told Gang Liu that the court wanted the wife to be the plaintiff and the husband to be defendant. Ms. Picillo explained to Gang Liu that it would have no difference to be plaintiff or defendant. Ms. Picillo advised Gang Liu to cooperate with the Judge and the County Counsel and it would be helpful for the divorce case. Gang Liu requested Ms. Picillo to submit the divorce complaint as soon as possible. Based on what Ms. Picillo told Gang Liu,  County Counsel Thomas Miller and Judge Picheca had approached directly or through the court staffs with Ms. Picillo to postpone or disallow her to submit the divorce complaint for Gang Liu. The Somerset County Counsel Thomas Miller and Judge Picheca had tried their best to delay Gang Liu submit divorce complaint to the Court. It was obvious that Mr. Miller and Judge Picheca had a plan to set up Gang Liu and to help Yinghua Guo.

1.49. On August 20th, 2010,  NYPD Police Officer Nauarro Joanquin and two other NYPD police officers came to Gang Liu's office in Morgan Stanley building located at 1585 Broadway, New York, to serve the civil complaint to Gang Liu, as shown in Exhibit 21. Yinghua Guo's original complaint (docket number FV-18-000216-11) was submitted on August 12th, 2010, as shown in Exhibit 22. Why the NYPD officers could serve a civil complaint for Yinghua Guo? The NYPD officers explained to Gang Liu that it was not their responsibilities to serve for this kind civil complaint. However, it was Somerset County Counsel's office who asked them to serve this complaint! Gang Liu asked Officer Nauarro Joanquin to serve Gang Liu's counter-complaint to Yinghua Guo. Officer Nauarro Joanquin told Gang Liu that he could do it as long as the Somerset County Counsel asked him to do it! Again, it was Mr. Thomas Miller and his subordinate helped Yinghua Guo to serve a civil complaint! It was not Mr. Thomas Miller's responsibility to help Yinghua Guo to serve a civil complaint. Why Mr. Thomas Miller applied his power to help Yinghua Guo? Anyway, it indicates that Mr. Thomas Miller had been a friend or a counselor of Yinghua Guo since August 2010!

1.50. On August 20th, 2010, once was served with the civil Complaint, Gang Liu immediately meet and discussed with Ms. Picillo. Ms. Picillo told Gang Liu that the County Counsel Thomas Miller and Judge Picheca had helped Yinghua Guo to prepare for this lawsuit for several weeks. Gang Liu asked Ms. Picillo to represent Gang Liu to submit a counter-complaint. Ms. Picillo refused to do so. She advised Gang Liu to give it up, because he couldn't win a case that the Judge and the County Counsel were played as counselor for Yinghua Guo. Gang Liu has to submit the counter-complaint to the court himself. The court hearing was scheduled on August 24th, 2010.

1.51. Gang Liu requested Ms. Picillo to submit the divorce paper as soon as possible. On September 2nd, Ms. Picillo represented Gang Liu to submitted the divorce complaint to the Somerset County Superior Court again, as shown in Exhibit 23. The documents clearly indicated that Gang Liu was Plaintiff and Yinghua Guo was the Defendant. This complaint was submitted to the Court on September 2nd, 2010. However, it hasn't been accepted until September 9th, 2010! Again, it was Mr. Thomas Miller and Judge Picheca, or their subordinates or staffs tried to postpone Gang Liu's divorce complaint to be submitted.

1.52. On August 24th, 2010, both Yinghua Guo and Gang Liu showed up at the Somerset County Superior Court for the court hearing as scheduled. Yinghua Guo was served with the Counter-Complaint by the Court staff. Per Yinghua Guo's request, Judge Picheca rescheduled the court hearing to September 8th, 2010.

1.53. On September 8th, 2010, both Elisa Guo and Gang Liu showed up at the Somerset County Superior Court as scheduled. Elisa Guo had retained Mr. Allen P Comba as her matrimonial attorney and represent her for this case. Mr. Allen P Comba tried his best to persuade Elisa Guo to drop her complaint and to have everything be resolved within the matrimonial case which would be submitted soon. However, Elisa Guo refused Mr. Allen P Comba's proposal. Elisa Guo also refused Mr. Allen P Comba to represent her for this civil complaint. At about 10 a.m., August 8th, 2010, the court hearing was started. Judge Picheca requested to hear Elisa Guo's complaint. Elisa Guo's complaint basically complained the following items:

Item 1. Elisa Guo claimed Gang Liu followed her to her home. However, Elisa Guo's building had 24 hours security doormen and have surveillance camera. How could Gang Liu enter the building without the approval of the doorman? Elisa Guo couldn't provide any evidence or video tape to support her statement. This statement is definitely a lie!

Item 2. It was true that Ms. Fu went to Elisa Guo's home to serve her a court summons for Gang Liu. Judge Picheca agreed that it was legal to serve a court file to Elisa Guo. This complaint is definitely not valid for threatening to Elisa Guo.

Item 3. On November 6th, it was Elisa Guo attacked Gang Liu and Gang Liu reported to police through 911 hot line. Gang Liu didn't slap Elisa Guo. Elisa Guo's complaint is a lie.

Item 4. Gang Liu has never threatened Elisa Guo through phone, has never say a word like "kill you". Judge Picheca judged this complaint as "you say and he say". In other words, it was unsupported statement.

Item 5. It was true that Gang Liu reported to FBI about Elisa Guo's espionage activities, and Elisa Guo was a Chinese military officer. Gang Liu later on posted his report on the web. Gang Liu argued that Elisa Guo was very dangerous and wanted to kill Gang Liu, so that to protect her to be exposed. Gang Liu's life was in danger. That is why he posted Elisa Guo's personal information, especially her military background on the web. By posting this kind articles could protect Gang Liu's life, and also could protect the interests of the United States to be espionage by Chinese military spies.

Item 6. In fact, it was Elisa Guo hit Gang Liu on his face with GPS machine and broke Gang Liu's glasses and made Gang Liu's nose bleeding and the right eye reddish while Gang Liu drive the car. However, Elisa Guo complained the contrary. How could Gang Liu hit Elisa Guo while Gang Liu drove the car? Hit her on the shoulder? Which shoulder? Elisa Guo's complaint was definitely a lie.

Item 7. Elisa Guo complained that her husband forced her to have sex on 5 occasions within 7 months! In fact, Gang Liu has never had sex with Elisa Guo since Elisa Guo was found pregnant in February 2008! They lived in separate rooms. Elisa Guo's mother had asked Gang Liu to live with Elisa Guo in the same room. However, Gang Liu refused to do that. In his counter-complaint, Gang Liu told the Judge that Elisa Guo invited Mr. Jason Yan, another Chinese military officer of the Unit 61398 in Shanghai to come to live and to have sex with Elisa Guo in Gang Liu's house! Elisa Guo's statement about the forced sex was also a lie!

Item 8. Elisa Guo complained Gang Liu to pour boiling water on her legs while she was holding the baby. But she didn't tell the Judge that what happened to the baby. Anyone could hold the baby while hurt by boiling water on the leg? This complaint was definitely a lie! But Judge Picheca couldn't see an obvious lie! Judge Picheca might be a blind or doesn't have common sense!

Item 9. Ms. Fu was one of Gang Liu's friend. They have never any sexual relationship. Elisa Guo definitely gave false statement regarding Gang Liu and Ms. Fu's relationship.

Item 10. It was true that Gang Liu was jailed to 6 years by the Chinese Communist government for political reasons. It was political persecution and it was because Gang Liu's involvement in the pro-democracy movement in China. That is why Gang Liu was granted political asylum by the United States. Elisa Guo also used Gang Liu's experiences in the Chinese prison as affidavit to apply political asylum for her mother. Gang Liu submitted the following documents to show that Gang Liu was not a criminal even though he was jailed for 6 years by the Chinese Communist prison.

1.54. The Court hearing was continued on September 9th, 2010. This time discuss Gang Liu's counter complaint. Ms. Picillo represented Gang Liu during the hearing. Ms. Picillo mainly defended Gang Liu based on the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, and pointed out that Gang Liu posted his report to FBI on the web was protected by the First Amendment, and it was necessary to protect Gang Liu's life from being further threatened by Yinghua Guo and the Chinese Communist. Ms. Picillo also complained that Yinghua Guo had violated the Consent Order issued by the same court on June 24th, 2010, as shown in Exhibit 13a and 13b. Picillo pointed out that Yinghua Guo violated the consent order on several items, such as Yinghua Guo moved out all valuable assets from Gang Liu's house, and refused to give Gang Liu the $2000 security deposit for the apartment, and Yinghua Guo stole large amount of money from the joint bank accounts. Judge Picheca also asked Yinghua Guo if she moved Gang Liu's valuable assets from the house. Yinghua Guo confirmed it.  Judge Picheca further asked Yinghua Guo that any court order allowed her to do that. Yinghua Guo confirmed that there was no court order.

1.55. It turned out all Yinghua Guo's complaints were either lies or unsupported statements, except item 5. Regarding Itme 5, it was true that Gang Liu posted the report to FBI on the web, which exposed Yinghua Guo's espionage activities and Yinghua Guo was a Chinese military officer. Yinghua Guo has frequently threatened that she would kill Gang Liu if Gang Liu expose Yinghua Guo's true identity as a Chinese military officer. Gang Liu believed that it was the only way to protect Gang Liu's life by posting Yinghua Guo's true identity on the web.

1.56. Judge Picheca advised Yinghua Guo that posting articles on the web was protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. Judge Picheca also advised Yinghua Guo that if Yinghua Guo wanted proceed with her complaint against the web articles posted by Gang Liu, she should file lawsuit of defamation, not domestic violence, and she needs to make sure that what Gang Liu posted were false statement and did it on malice.

1.57. On September 9th, 2010, in her final statement, Yinghua Guo stated she was a graduate of the Shanghai Second Military Medical University, which was a well-known Chinese Military School. All graduates from that school has to be enrolled in the Chinese Army and must be granted at least as lieutenant once graduated. Based on Chinese law, all Chinese military officers have to serve the Chinese army at least 14 years and has to be a member of the Chinese Communist Party. That means, Yinghua Guo must be an active Chinese military officer at the time 2010! Judge Picheca clearly heard that Yinghua Guo's statement regarding her military background. Judge Picheca clearly knew that Yinghua Guo was a Chinese military officer. However, Judge Picheca interrupted Yinghua Guo's final statement, by shouting at Yinghua Guo loudly in the Court room: "Stop it! It is not related to this case!" In fact, it is very related to this case. The major complaint in Gang Liu's complaint was that Yinghua Guo was a Chinese Military officer and was sent by the Chinese government to monitor/destroy Gang Liu. At least it can show that Yinghua Guo was a liar,. By hiding her military status, Yinghua Guo cheated Gang Liu to get marriage and to get green card based on this marriage. However, Picheca declared that it was not related to this case! Obviously, Judge Picheca tried to help Yinghua Guo to hide her true identity as a Chinese military officer.

1.58. At about 4 pm, on September 9th, 2010, Judge Picheca gave his final trial to this simple case. Judge Picheca stated that based on the credibility history, he believed what Yinghua Guo's complaint were true, and what Gang Liu's complaint were false. Finally, Judge Picheca declared that Yinghua Guo won this case! The only reason for Judge Picheca to favor Yinghua Guo was Yinghua Guo's credibility,. However, during the two days court debate, Judge Picheca already concluded that 9 items out of 10 in Yinghua Guo's original complaint were either false or "You say and he say" or unsupported statements, while the other complaint was against the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. That means, Judge Picheca already concluded or observed that Yinghua Guo was a liar or false accusation on 90% chances. Judge Picheca simply gave his final trial based on Yinghua Guo's credibility and Judge Picheca adjudicated Yinghua Guo won this case! Obviously, This is a mistrial given by Judge Picheca to this case!

1.59. Based on the above mentioned mistrial, Judge Picheca also gave a Final Restraining Order against Gang Liu, as shown in Exhibit 24. This final restraining order hasn't been changed for the last 30 months! By taking advantage this Final Restraining Order, Yinghua Guo has false accused Gang Liu again and again, and put Gang Liu into prison for several times.

1.60. In the Final Restraining Order, Judge Picheca also ordered Gang Liu to pay Child support to Yinghua Guo with $219 on weekly basis. Right in the Court room, Judge Picheca ordered Gang Liu to write a check and handed to Yinghua Guo on September 9th, 2010. Gang Liu kept sending checks to Yinghua Guo as Child support. Exhibit 25 shows copies of 4 such kind checks with total amount of $1,714. However, Yinghua Guo told the Probation office that these checks were not for Child support. It resulted Gang Liu in area for Child support amount. Gang Liu has provided the copies of these checks to the probation office. The probation office asked Gang Liu to provide these copies to Judge Miller. Judge Miller then asked Gang Liu to provide these copies of checks to Yinghua Guo's attorney and let Yinghua Guo decides whether it should be considered as Child support. Of course Yinghua Guo refused to give Gang Liu credits for these checks. Judge Miller just handle this case like that. Judge Miller let Yinghua Guo do the judge's job!

1.61. Judge Picheca asked Gang Liu to sign on the Final Restraining Order. Gang Liu wanted to appeal. However, Ms. Picillo advised Gang Liu that it would be better to sign on the Final Restraining Order. Ms. Picillo also told Gang Liu that it won't be helpful to appeal for this case, because the Child support problem would be eventually resolved by the matrimonial case.

1.62. Judge Picheca also ordered Gang Liu to be checked by a Psychological doctor, and to go to the risk assessment process. Gang Liu went through the risk assessment process. On the following court hearing date, Judge Picheca gave a copy of the risk assessment report. Yinghua Guo made a lot of false statement in the risk assessment report. Gang Liu pointed out some of such kind false statement made by Yinghua Guo. Yinghua Guo requested Judge Picheca to take back the risk assessment report which already given to Gang Liu. Judge Picheca immediately asked the Court staff to take back the files. Judge Picheca refused Gang Liu nor Gang Liu's attorney to get a copy of such kind legal documents. Judge Picheca just did whatever Yinghua Guo ordered him to do!

1.63. Right after Gang Liu signed on the Final Protection Order, right in the Court room, Judge Picheca advised Mr. Allen P Comba to submit the divorce complaint for Yinghua Guo, and asked Ms. Picillo to submit the counter-complaint for Gang Liu. Judge Picheca and County Counsel Thomas Miller hadn't allow Ms. Picillo to submit divorce complaint for Gang Liu. Now, once the Final Restraining Order was issued, Judge Picheca gave green light to Ms. Picillo to submit the Counter-complaint! Even more ridiculous, the Divorce complaint and the counter-complaint were submitted at the same time, right in the Court room on September 9th, 2010.

1.64. Exhibit 26 shows the copy of the file "Answer and Counterclaim", docket number FM-18-316-11, submitted by Ms. Picillo on September 9th, 2010. At the same time, Mr. Allen P Comba represented Yinghua Guo to submit the original divorce complaint to the Court. How could Ms. Picillo prepare the "Answer and Counterclaim" before she was served with the original complaint? Obviously, it was Judge Picheca and County Counsel Thomas Miller arranged the two attorneys submitted Yinghua Guo's complaint and Gang Liu's Counter-complaint at the same time! Ms. Picillo must have read the original complaint several weeks ago. That is why Judge Picheca and County Counsel Thomas Miller advised Ms. Picillo to wait for several weeks to submit Gang Liu's divorce complaint file.

1.65. Obviously, Mr. Allen P Comba had prepared the original divorce complaint for Yinghua Guo long time ago. Ms. Picillo also had prepared the "Answer and Counterclaim" file several weeks ago. Both of them were asked to wait for several weeks until the Final Restraining Order was issued.

1.66. Before the final trial date, or even before Yinghua Guo submitted the complaint of the docket number FV-18-000216-11 on August 12th, 2010, All the relevant parties, including Mr. Allen P Comba, Ms. Picillo, Judge Picheca, and County Counsel Thomas Miller, as well as Yinghua Guo, had known the final output of the final trial which was held on September 9th, 2010. Obviously, the final adjudgement of that case had been determined before the case was created. They worked together to set up Gang Liu! They took advantage of the Final Restraining Order to fix the Child custody and Child support problems before the divorce complaint submitted. Had the divorce complaint submitted earlier, the case with docket number FV-18-000216-11 would no longer be existed and would be definitely merged with the divorce case.

1.67. The case with docket number FV-18-000216-11 was a well designed trap to set up Gang Liu. Otherwise, Judge Picheca would give at least 24 days to the defendant to prepare the "Answer and Counterclaim" file. However, Judge Picheca ordered both the Plaintiff and the Defendant to file the complain and counterclaim files on the same date and the same time. Judge Picheca must have been known that both files had been ready. Furthermore, Judge Picheca and County Counsel Thomas Miller might have been involved in preparing for these two files. Otherwise, how could they made the divorce complaint files delayed until the Final Restraining Order was issued on September 9th, 2010?

1.68. County Counsel Thomas Miller had helped Yinghua Guo in many other ways. Since June 4th, 2010, both Franklin Township Municipal Court and the Somerset County Superior Court had received orders from the Office of the Somerset County Counsel and the Attorney Generals Office to provide special protection to Yinghua Guo. Whenever Gang Liu showed up at the Court, the court staff would frequently threaten/warn Gang Liu. Several times, Yinghua Guo showed up at the court, she frequently requested the polices at the court room to arrest Gang Liu. Whenever Yinghua Guo left the Court for home, the Court staff would hold Gang Liu at least for 30 minutes! The Franklin Township Municipal Court even let Yinghua Guo to access the Court from the Office of the Judge! Yinghua Guo was the only witness that enjoy such kind VIP type protection. The prosecutor told Gang Liu that it was the Somerset County Counsel and the General Attorney of New Jersey asked the courts to provide such kind special protection to Yinghua Guo.

1.69. During the Court hearing on September 9th, 2010, Yinghua Guo requested Judge Picheca to punish Gang Liu for serving his civil lawsuit to Yinghua Guo. Yinghua Guo asked Judge Picheca to issue court orders that any lawsuit between Gang Liu and Yinghua Guo had to be served by Police officers. There are no police officers would serve summons for Gang Liu. However, the Somerset County Counsel Thomas Miller is always ready to help Yinghua Guo to serve the civil summons!

1.70. The divorce complaint was filed on September 9th, 2010. Gang Liu has never been served with the complaint. Gang Liu didn't know which Judge was in Charge for this divorce case. Ms. Picillo filed several times to request discovery documents. However, Yinghua Guo has never responded to the requests. There haven't been any court hearings for this divorce case until June, 2011.

1.71. On May 5th, 2011, Thomas Miller was sworn as a Judge of the Somerset County Superior Court of New Jersey. Judge Thomas Miller immediately was appointed to be in Charge of the divorce case between Yinghua Guo and Gang Liu. Prior to be a Judge, Judge Thomas Miller had already known Ms. Yinghua Guo and had helped Yinghua Guo to create and to win the case with docket number docket number FV-18-000216-11. Obviously, Judge Thomas Miller was disqualify for this case, and should be recusal from this case. However, Judge Thomas Miller immediately took this case. Judge Miller took this case on purpose so that he could continue to help Yinghua Guo!

1.72. Yinghua Guo bribed some powerful Americans to help her to persecute Gang Liu. These powerful people include but not limited to: Mr. Robert Bernstein, the founder of the Human Rights Watch, Mr. Scott Greathead, the founder of the Human Rights First, Mr. Michael Posner, the Assistant Secretary of State. These people helped Yinghua Guo to retain attorneys, and helped Yinghua Guo to false accuse Gang Liu.

1.73. In order to destroy Gang Liu, Yinghua false accused Gang Liu again and again at various courts in New Jersey and in New York based on the same facts or lies.

1.74. Based on Yinghua Guo's false accusation, Gang Liu was harassed and arrested by NYPD officers on December 11, 2010. Yinghua Guo reported to NYPD police and the district attorney of New York that Gang Liu posted articles that exposed Yinghua Guo's personal information. Yinghua Guo has filed the same complaint in New Jersey This is the same complaint that had been trialed at the Somerset County Superior Court (Docket Number FV-18-000216-11) on September 9th, 2010.

1.75. To support her complaint, Yinghua Guo also provided false statements and perjuries to New York Criminal Court. Yinghua Guo claimed Gang Liu had criminal record, and she provided a criminal record of someone else to support her false statement, as shown in Exhibit 27. The criminal record that was a man named Daniel who lived in 3401 Weber St, FT Worth, TX 76106. Yinghua Guo clearly knew that this Daniel is not Gang Liu. Yinghua Guo always made false statement to the court and cheat the Judges.

1.76. Yinghua Guo also complained to the New York Criminal Court that Gang Liu had violated the Final Restraining Order by sending her emails. Yinghua Guo provided a copy of the email to the court to support her complaint. That email was sent from one of Gang Liu's email account. However, based on the IP address, Gang Liu's Attorney found out that the email provided by Yinghua Guo to the Court was sent from China, while Gang Liu had never been in China Since May 1996. Obviously, it was the Chinese Security Agency who cooperated with Yinghua Guo to send Yinghua Guo emails using Gang Liu's email account. That gave another evidence to show Yinghua Guo was a Chinese Military agent.

1.77. The above case was dismissed in May 2011. Immediately, Yinghua Guo filed another law suit against Gang Liu based on same facts: Gang Liu posted articles to disclose Yinghua Guo's personal information. The docket number is 2011NY049515, as shown in Exhibit 28 and 29. Again, Yinghua Guo complained that Gang Liu posted articles on the web to disclose her private information, including her bank account information, and her espionage activities against the United States. However, Gang Liu only posted the 14 bank accounts that Yinghua Guo owns and with bank account numbers hidden. Gang Liu just gave evidences to show that Yinghua Guo stole $280,000 from Gang Liu's bank accounts or from the joint accounts. Gang Liu also showed evidences that Yinghua Guo received $60,000 from the Chinese government for her espionage activities.

1.78. Yinghua Guo, along with her Chinese Communist comrades, including Mr. Yuhua Tang, Mr. Wenming Yan, have frequently threatened Gang Liu to remain quiet regarding Yinghua Guo's espionage activities. They threatened Gang Liu to have him lost jobs by Cyber-attacking his employer's database.

1.79. Morgan Stanley's executive officers advised Gang Liu to protect his token key that was used to access Morgan Stanley's database from being stolen by Yinghua Guo. However, Yinghua Guo invited some of the Chinese hackers to come to Gang Liu's home to hack Gang Liu's work station with Morgan Stanley. The hackers who frequently came to Gang Liu's house to help Yinghua Guo to do Cyber-Attack against Morgan Stanley's database include Hank Wei, who was the Vice General Manager of the ChinaSoft International, and George Wu, who was the CTO of ChinaSoft International. In 2008, Gang Liu happened came back home early and found Hank Wei was in the house to do Cyber-Attacks using Gang Liu's computer. Hank Wei immediately ran away. Yinghua Guo threatened Gang Liu to keep quite regarding what Yinghua Guo and Hank Wei's Cyber-Attack activities. Yinghua Guo also threatened Gang Liu that they would make Gang Liu lost job if Gang Liu didn't cooperate with them.

1.80. Since June 2010, Gang Liu had frequently reported to FBI and Morgan Stanley's executive officers regarding the potential Cyber-attacks launched by Yinghua Guo and Chinese Military hackers. Exhibit 30 shows one of such kind emails that Gang Liu reported to FBI and ic3.org on January 29th, 2011.

1.81. In early February, 2011, it was widely reported that Morgan Stanley was Cyber-Attached by China based hackers, as shown in Exhibit 31. It was Yinghua Guo and ChinaSoft launched the Cyber-Attacks against Morgan Stanley. They threatened Gang Liu to make Gang Liu lost jobs by Cyber-Attacking Morgan Stanley's database. And they did it!

1.82. On July 6th, 2011, based on Yinghua Guo's false accusation, Gang Liu was arrested by NYPD and was sent to prison again. Gang Liu was bailed out on July 7th, 2010. Immediately Gang Liu was fired by Morgan Stanley on July 8th, 2011. Exhibit 32 shows the termination letter received by Gang Liu. Obviously, Yinghua Guo and the Chinese Military hackers worked together to launched the Cyber-Attacks against Morgan Stanley, to have Gang Liu arrested, and to make Gang Liu lost jobs, proceeded exactly as what Yinghua Guo had threatened to Gang Liu. It all happened as planned by Yinghua Guo and the Chinese military security agency!

1.83. Since Judge Miller was in charge of the divorce case between Gang Liu and Yinghua Guo, Docket Number FM-18-316-11, there have been court hearings almost on monthly basis. However, Judge Miller tried his best to help Yinghua Guo and to persecute Gang Liu.

1.84. As Gang Liu lost jobs and couldn't afford attorney fee, Gang Liu had to do Pro Se for the divorce case. However, Judge Miller didn't allow Gang Liu represent himself.

1.85. In October, 2011, Yinghua Guo sent a locksmith to Gang Liu's house in New Jersey to change locks. Gang Liu was evicted from the house without any early notice. Gang Liu didn't have time to move out his personal belongings. Yinghua Guo took over all of Gang Liu's personal belongings including his passport, social security card, dresses, and a car in the garage.

1.86. In a following Court hearing, Gang Liu asked Judge Miller to allow him to get some of his personal belongings left in the House. Judge Miller let Yinghua Guo to make the decision. Yinghua Guo refused Gang Liu to get his personal belongings from the house.

1.87. Judge Miller wasn't fair and clearly showed gender discrimination while handling this simply divorce case. Judge Miller did a lot of things in favor of Ms. Yinghua Guo, and to persecute Mr. Gang Liu. Yinghua Guo submitted many motions to the court. However, Gang Liu has never been served with these motions. In one of her Certification of Service, Yinghua Guo's attorney certified that the motions had been served to Defendant Gang Liu. However, it claimed the motions were sent to an address located at 11 Ridings Parkway, Princeton, NJ 08540, which was taken by Plaintiff Yinghua Guo, as shown in Exhibit 33. Judge Miller simply concluded that "Plaintiff served Defendant with this motion", as shown in Exhibit 34. In another case, Gang Liu submitted motions to reduce Child support amount. Judge Miller simply denied Gang Liu's motion. Judge Miller asked Gang Liu to prove his current situation was permanent, and stated Gang Liu didn't served the motions to the Plaintiff properly. Actually, Gang Liu asked the court staff how to serve the motion to Plaintiff Yinghua Guo. The court staff advised him to send the motions through the court. Then Gang Liu asked the court clerks to send it to Yinghua Guo. However, Yinghua Guo's attorney stated that the motions was not served properly, as shown in Exhibit 35. Gang Liu served the motions to the Plaintiff by sending the motions through court clerks, Judge Miller concluded the motions was not served properly. However, Plaintiff Yinghua Guo served the motions by sending the motions to an address of the Plaintiff's, Judge Miller concluded "Plaintiff served Defendant with this motion", and granted Yinghua Guo's motion. Is this Particular Judge, Mr. Thomas Miller fair enough?

1.88. On September 9th, 2010, Yinghua Guo herself also confessed to Judge Picheca that she was a Chinese military officer. When Gang Liu showed up at a court hearing in September 2011, Gang Liu told Judge Miller that Yinghua Guo was a Chinese military officer, which was confessed by Yinghua Guo at the same Courtroom. Judge Miller then concluded that Gang Liu was delusional and non-lucid. Judge Miller was definitely unfair or discrimination on gender to reach this conclusion, as shown in Exhibit 36a.

1.89. On December 19th, 2011, based on the bias observation and conclusion, Judge Miller ordered Gang Liu to be checked by Dr. Donald Franklin, a Psychological doctor, as shown in Exhibit 36b.

1.90. Gang Liu visited Dr. Donald Franklin's clinic in New Jersey. Dr. Donald Franklin provided his report to Judge Miller, but refused to provide the report to Gang Liu.

1.91. On June 15th, 2012, Judge Miller made several orders in favor of Yinghua Guo and to persecute Gang Liu. Judge Miller appointed Mr. DeTommaso as Guardian for Gang Liu, and granted Yinghua Guo a separate power of attorney, so that Yinghua Guo could sell Gang Liu's house without Gang Liu's signature/approval.

1.92. Since DeTommaso was appointed as Gang Liu's Guardian, DeTommaso has seldomly served for Gang Liu's benefit. Instead, he just served as a process server for Plaintiff Yinghua Guo. DeTommaso sent Gang Liu large packages of Yinghua Guo's outdated motions, most of them had been granted by Judge Miller! Mr. DeTommaso just helped Yinghua Guo and Judge Miller to make sure the granted motions were served to Gang Liu, but he Charged Gang Liu for his services at a hourly rate of $300 and the postage fees! Mr. DeTommaso even offered to pay postage fees to Yinghua Guo's attorney when he asked them to provide discovery files. He told Yinghua Guo's Attorney that he would ask Gang Liu to pay for it!

1.93. Gang Liu provided evidences to show that Judge Miller had contacted with Yinghua Guo's attorney before he became a judge and Judge Miller disqualify for this divorce case. However, Mr. DeTommaso just defended for Judge Miller and Yinghua Guo, as shown in Exhibit 37.

1.94. Gang Liu provided to Mr. DeTommaso the copies of the 4 checks that Gang Liu paid for Child support, as shown in Exhibit 25. However, Mr. DeTommaso told Gang Liu that all these checks shouldn't be counted for Child support.

1.95. On January 25th, 2013, Mr. DeTommaso sent mails to Judge Miller to complain his client Gang Liu, as shown in Exhibit 38. Obviously, Mr. DeTommaso was invited by Judge Miller to be Gang Liu's Guardian Ad Litem. He was helping Judge Miller to persecute Gang Liu, not to protect Gang Liu's interests, but to defend for Yinghua Guo's interests.

1.96.  On August 12, 2012, Yinghua Guo signed a contract to sell Gang Liu's house without Gang Liu's approval, as shown in Exhibit 39.

1.97. On August 29th, 2012, Yinghua Guo certified and signed the above statements, in which Yinghua Guo made a lot of false statements and lies. Yinghua Guo requested to have all the gains from selling Gang Liu's house.

1.98. Using female spies to do Espionage in the United States is a regular scenario for the Chinese Military Agencies. Just recently, it was widely reported that Mr. Benjamin Pierce Bishop, a 59-Year-Old Ex-Army Officer, was honey trapped by a 27-year-old Chinese lady and they worked together to do espionage for the Chinese government. Mr. Bishop was arrested by FBI in March 18th, 2013. Please check the following links for more detail about Mr. Bishop's spy case:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/03/18/benjamin-pierce-bishop_n_2904365.html?utm_hp_ref=politics

1.99. By posting article on his blogs and by reporting to various government agencies, Gang Liu exposed Yinghua Guo's espionage activities, and thus protected his own life and also protected the interests of America, as well as the security of the United States. Also, posting such kind articles should be fully protected by the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. However, Gang Liu has been repeated false accused for posting such kind articles.

2. CONCLUSIONS

Based on the above listed facts, we can get the following conclusions.

2.1. Gang Liu is a Chinese dissident. The Chinese government hate Gang Liu and wanted to destroy Gang Liu.

2.2. Yinghua Guo is a Chinese military officer and was sent to the United States to do espionage for the Chinese government.

2.3. Yinghua Guo cheated Gang Liu to get marriage, so that she could spy on Gang Liu and eventually destroy Gang Liu.

2.4. Yinghua Guo is well trained on military skills and Cyber-Attacks, and is a well trained liar.

2.5. Yinghua Guo, with the helps of the Chinese military security agencies, has bribed many American powerful people to help her to do espionage.

2.6. Gang Liu happened found some espionage activities of Yinghua Guo's. Then Yinghua Guo tried all means to destroy Gang Liu. False accusation is just one of the strategies she applied to destroy Gang Liu. Yinghua Guo had repeatedly false accused Gang Liu based on the same facts: posting articles on the web, include cases with the following docket numbers: W-2009-000554, FV-18-1067-10, FV-18-000216-11, 2011NY049515, and several other cases in New York or in New Jersey. All these cases were based on lies, but made Gang Liu arrested and punished by protection orders.

2.7. Prior to be nominated as a Judge of the Somerset Superior Court, Judge Thomas Miller had done private practices to help Yinghua Guo to destroy Gang Liu. County Counsel Thomas Miller sent his subordinates to threaten Gang Liu, to to serve civil summons for Yinghua Guo, to provide special protection for Yinghua Guo, to advise Yinghua Guo's attorney to proceed a civil case, Judge Miller had Ex Parte Communications as defined in CANON RULE 2-2.9.

2.8. County Counsel Miller and Judge Picheca clearly knew Yinghua Guo was a Chinese military officer, and they knew Yinghua Guo has been desperately and maliciously to destroy Gang Liu, but they still tried to help Yinghua Guo to hide her military background, and they helped Yinghua Guo to destroy Gang Liu.

2.9. County Counsel Miller and Judge Picheca had worked with Ms. Picillo to delay the submission of the divorce complaint. The even worked together to prepare an "Answer and Counterclaim" for Gang Liu before the original claim was filed, otherwise, the original claim and the counterclaim couldn't be submitted at the same time on September 9th, 2010. They changed Gang Liu from a Plaintiff to a Defendant. Even worse, they manipulated a domestic violence case to fix the Child Support problems before the divorce case created.

2.10. Judge Miller didn't handle the divorce case (docket number FM-18-316-11) fairly.

2.11. Judge Miller was not fair to Conclude Gang Liu as delusional and non-lucid.

2.12. Judge Miller ordered Gang Liu to be checked by Dr. Franklin. Dr. Franklin didn't check Gang Liu professionally. Dr. Franklin just created a report to prove Judge Miller's prejudice or bias observation.

2.13. Judeg Miller ordered Mr. Carl Taylor and Mr. Michael DeTommaso as Gang Liu's Guardian Ad Litem. However, these two guardians haven't done anything to protect Gang Liu's interests, they just simply helped Judge Miller and Yinghua Guo to persecute Gang Liu.

2.14. Judge Miller clearly knew that he had conflict interest with Gang Liu and have private relationship with Yinghua Guo. He was not qualified to handle the case between Gang Liu and Yinghua Guo. Judge Miller should have been recusal from this case. However, Judge Miller was in charge for this case once he sworn in as a Judge. Judge Miller violated the CANON RULE RULE 2-2.11

(A) A judge shall recuse himself or herself in any proceeding in which the judge’s impartiality might reasonably be questioned, including but not limited to the following circumstances:
(1) The judge has a personal bias or prejudice concerning a party or a party’s lawyer or knowledge of facts that are in dispute in the proceeding that would preclude the judge from being fair and impartial.

2.15. Yinghua Guo is a Chinese Military officer hiding in the United States to do espionage for the Chinese government. An military officer of a foreign country entering/hiding in the United States is an activity of War against the United States. Yinghua Guo is an enemy of the United States.

2.16. Yinghua Guo and hackers from the ChinaSoft launched the Cyber-attacks against Morgan Stanley's database. This is also a war activity against the United States. Yinghua Guo is an fighter who was fighting against the United States.

3. INJURIES AND DAMAGES

3.1. Due to Yinghua Guo's repeated false accusation, Gang Liu was arrested and was put into prison for 3 times.

3.2. Due to Yinghua Guo's repeated false accusation, Gang Liu has to hire about 10 attorneys to defend for him. Gang Liu paid about $70,000 attorney fee and relevant legal fee.

3.3. Due to Yinghua Guo's repeated false accusation, Gang Liu has to go to the Court for court hearings frequently. It wasted Gang Liu a lot of time.

3.4. Due to Yinghua Guo's false accusation and Cyber-Attacks, Gang Liu not only lost jobs, but also failed to find jobs due to failure of criminal background checks. Yinghua Guo stated that Gang Liu had potential to make $250,000 annually. Gang Liu lost jobs since July 8th, 2011. Therefore, it resulted $700,000 loss in the past 30 months due to job loss. 

3.5. Yinghua Guo had stolen most of Gang Liu's personal belongings in the house, roughly about $200,000, and cashes roughly about $300,000, and Yinghua Guo has sold Gang Liu's house. In total, Yinghua Guo stole about $500,000.

3.6. Due to Yinghua Guo's false accusation, Yinghua Guo took single custody for Gang Liu's daughter, Angela Liu. Gang Liu was strictly forbidden to visit his daughter since July 2010. Yinghua Guo has abused Gang Liu as well as the baby.

3.7. Due to Yinghua Guo's false accusation and Judge Picheca's mistrial, Gang Liu was forced to pay for Child support $219 weekly since September 2010. Gang Liu paid Yinghua Guo over $20,000 for Child support.

3.8. Yinghua Guo and the Chinese government security agents have frequently threatened to kill/destroy Gang Liu and made Gang Liu injuries mentally and psychologically.

4. REQUESTS AND RELIEFS

4.1. Because Judge Thomas Miller had shown bias, prejudice and conflict of interest during and prior the divorce case with docket number FM-18-316-11, Gang Liu requests Judge Thomas Miller recuse himself immediately from this divorce case. Canon RULE 2-2.11(A).

4.2. Request to dismiss the Final Protection Order (docket number FV-18-000216-11) as shown in Exhibit 24. It was a mistrial based on lies and it was manipulated by Judge Picheca, County Counsel Thomas Miller, and Ms. Picillo. Judge Picheca gave green light to both parties to submit the divorce claim and counterclaim at the same time on September 9th, 2010. Judge Picheca must have been contacted with Mr. Allen P Comba and Ms. Natalee Picillo before the divorce claim and counterclaim were submitted. Otherwise, he wouldn't have known both parties had the files ready and he should gave the defendant for at least 24 days to response. Judge Picheca initiated and permitted ex parte communications. Gang Liu requests to dismiss the protection order and the Child Support order ordered by Judge Picheca on September 9th, 2010, docket number FV-18-000216-11, as shown in Exhibit 24. Canon RULE 2-2.11(A).

4.3. The child support problem should be resolved with the divorce case. The previous paid Child support to Yinghua Guo should be refunded to Gang Liu.

4.4. All the Child support amount paid by Gang Liu to Yinghua Guo should be credited to Gang Liu. The copies of checks of the Child support paid by sending checks, as shown in Exhibit 5, should be credited by probation division.

4.5. Yinghua Guo violated the Consent Order authorized by Judge Julie Murino on June 24th, 2010. Yinghua Guo should refund $2000 security deposit to Gang Liu immediately. Request Yinghua Guo to refund $150,000 to Gang Liu for the furniture and other valuable assets she moved out from house located at 11 Ridings Parkway at the end of June 2010. Yinghua Guo should be punished for violating the Consent Order. Reactivate Gang Liu's Counterclaim with docket number FV-18-1070-10.

4.6. Request Yinghua Guo to refund $300,000 for the money she transferred from Gang Liu's or the joint bank accounts.

4.7. Request Yinghua Guo compensates Gang Liu $700,000 due to her frequent false accusation against Gang Liu and made Gang Liu lost jobs.

4.8. The Chinese government has fully backed up Yinghua Guo to persecute Gang Liu. Chinese Government is also responsible for the damage and injuries incurred to Gang Liu. Request placing the Chinese government to compensate $1000,000 to Gang Liu.

4.9. Request the Court investigate the military background of Yinghua Guo, the espionage activities for the Chinese government.

4.10. Yinghua Guo cheated Gang Liu to get quick marriage. Had Yinghua Guo told Gang Liu about her real identity as a Chinese military officer, Gang Liu would never married with Yinghua Guo. Request the court to dissolve the marriage between Gang Liu and Yinghua Guo without prejudice.

4.11. Through false accusation, Yinghua Guo got full custody for the Child Angela Liu. Yinghua Guo cheated Gang Liu and Cheated the court frequently. Yinghua Guo is a Chinese Military officer hiding in the United States and she would be arrested soon or later, just like her comrade Yuhua Tang who was arrested by FBI and was sent back to China. Yinghua Guo would hurt the child Angela Liu eventually. Gang Liu requests full custody for the Child Angela Liu.

4.12. Yinghua Guo was very dangerous not only to the United States, but also threatened the life of Gang Liu. Gang Liu requests a Final Protection Order against Yinghua Guo.

4.13. Yinghua Guo is a fighter for the Chinese Government and is a big threaten to the United States. Gang Liu requests the Court to arrest Yinghua Guo for her espionage activities against the United States.

5. APPLICABLE RULES AND LAW

RULE 2-2.2 Impartiality and Fairness

A judge shall uphold and apply the law, and shall perform all duties of judicial office promptly, efficiently, fairly and impartially.

RULE 2-2.9 Ex Parte Communications
RULE 2-2.9(A) A judge shall not initiate, permit, or consider ex parte communications, or consider other communications made to the judge outside the presence of the parties or their lawyers, concerning a pending or impending matter.

RULE 2-2.9(B) If a judge inadvertently receives an unauthorized ex parte communication that the judge considers bears upon the substance of a matter, the judge shall take appropriate action.

RULE 2-2.9(C) A judge shall not investigate facts in a matter independently and shall consider only the evidence presented and any facts that properly may be judicially noticed.

RULE 2-2.11 Recusal

(A) A judge shall recuse himself or herself in any proceeding in which the judge’s impartiality might reasonably be questioned, including but not limited to the following circumstances:

(1) The judge has a personal bias or prejudice concerning a party or a party’s lawyer or knowledge of facts that are in dispute in the proceeding that would preclude the judge from being fair and impartial.

Canon 3 B(8): A judge shall accord to every person who has a legal interest in a proceeding, or that person's lawyer, the right to be heard according to law. A judge shall not initiate, permit, or consider ex parte communications or other communications made to the judge outside the presence of the parties between the judge and a party, an attorney, a guardian or attorney ad litem, an alternative dispute resolution neutral, or any other court appointee concerning the merits of a pending or impending judicial proceeding. A judge shall require compliance with this subsection by court personnel subject to the judge's direction and control.

6. EXHIBITS



Exhibit 1. In March 1994, Chinese Communist allowed some journalist from western countries to visit a Chinese Prison located in Lingyuan, Liaoing Province, where Gang Liu had been jailed. This is one of the articles and pictures published by the New York Times on  March 5th, 1994, which reported that Gang Liu was persecuted by the Chinese Communist.


Exhibit 2. On April 30th, 1996, Gang Liu escaped to the United States. This is one of the media report by Boston Globe regarding Gang Liu's arrival.

Exhibit. 3. This medical record is belong to Elisa Guo. It shows that Elisa Guo graduated from the Shanghai Second Military Medical University.


Exhibit 4. This is a picture from the official website of the Shanghai Second Military Medical University. It shows that all graduates from that school are military officers of the PLA. Yinghua Guo graduated from that school in 1996. Thus Yinghua Guo must be enrolled in the PLA in 1992, and was granted at least lieutenant in 1996, while a lieutenant has to serve for the Chinese military at least 12 years.


Exhibit 5. Mr. Wenming Yan was invited by Yinghua Guo to come to the USA in September 2009. On September 8th, 2009, Mr. Wenming Yan showed up at the National Artist Club located in downtown Manhattan.



Exhibit 6. Elisa Guo met with Mr. Yuhua Tang (the man with glasses), the head of the National Security Agency for the region of North America. They met frequently to exchange share/exchange their espionage activities. This picture shows that Elisa Guo met Yuhua Tang at the Art Exhibition in September 2009.


Exhibit 7. Police report given by Police officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson on September 6th, 2009. On November 6th, 2009, Gang Liu reported to 911 hot line to report Yinghua Guo's domestic violence assault. Police Officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson came to Gang Liu's house. However,  Ellington and Hopson made false statements in their police report on purpose to protect the actual offender Elisa Guo, and made the actual victim Gang Liu as the offender.


Exhibit 8. Based on the false statement made by  Police officer R. Ellington and Sgt. Hopson, a domestic violence complaint against Gang Liu was created at the Franklin Township Municipal Court on November 6th, 2009. This case was handled by  Judge Emil Philibosian for over 18 months. The case was eventually dropped in May 2011!


Exhibit 9. On June 2nd, 2010, Sgt. Mark Reiner created this Incident Report #20028583. This police report clearly showed that it was Yinghua Guo created an this event and then complain against Gang Liu. Based on this report, Yinghua Guo got a protection order against Gang Liu.


Exhibit. 10. Yinghua Guo requested this protection order on June 4th, 2010. Gang Liu was served with this Temporary Restraining Order on June 7th, 2010. It strictly prevents Gang Liu to contact with Yinghua Guo.


Exhibit 11. The Political Asylum Application submitted by Elisa Guo for her mother Liu Zhongyu in May 2010.


Exhibit 12. Somerset County Counsel Thoms C. Miller contacted with Yinghua Guo's Attorney via Fcacimile on June 23rd, 2010

Exhibit. 13a. Page 1-2 of the Consent order signed on June 24th, 2010.
 

Exhibit. 13b. Page 3-4 of the Consent order signed on June 24th, 2010.



Exhibit 14. Without Gang Liu's approval, Yinghua Guo used Gang Liu's name and Juntao Wang's name to create an entity "Tear Down This Wall Foundation". Then, Yinghua Guo created a bank account for this entity. This is the bank statement for the month of June, 2010. Clearly, Yinghua Guo committed ID theft for creating this bank account.



Exhibit 15a. Gang Liu owns this bank account since 2005. This is the bank statement for the month of July 2010. Note that Yinghua Guo's name is not on this statement.


Exhibit 15b. Yinghua Guo's name was added to Gang Liu's bank account in August 2010 to make this account as a joint account.  This is the bank statement for the month of August 2010. Note that both Gang Liu and Yinghua Guo's name are listed on this statement.


Exhibit 16. Yinghua Guo made lot of lies to the Court. Yinghua Guo submitted this statement to the Court on August 29th, 2012, in which Yinghua Guo claimed that Gang Liu had not paid any substantial child support in the past three years. Gang Liu's bank accounts listed in Exhibit 15 shows that all expenses of the family were paid from Gang Liu's salary. While Yinghua Guo just deposited her all her income to her personal accounts.




Exhibit. 17. Gang Liu and Yinghua Guo used to own two joint accounts with Citibank. Here lists some of the bank statements for one of the joint account




Exhibit 18.  Yinghua Guo transferred/stole large amount cash from Gang Liu's bank account or from the joint bank accounts to Yinghua Guo's personal bank accounts or her mother's bank accounts. Here lists two copies of checks that Yinghua Guo transferred large amount money to her personal bank accounts.


Exhibit 19. Yinghua Guo had at least 14 bank accounts as listed above. Gang Liu has asked Yinghua Guo to provide all the bank statements for discovery. However, Yinghua Guo refused to provide any of her bank statements in the past 30 months!



Fig. 20a. Gang Liu got this business card during the meeting with Detective Schutta. Mr. Schutta advised Gang Liu to visit White House and President Obama regarding Yinghua Guo's military background problem.


Exhibit 20b. This is the reverse side of the Detective Schutta's business card, on which Detective Schutta advised Gang Liu to write down several government agencies that Gang Liu should talk to. Actually, Detective Schutta made fun of Gang Liu.




Exhibit 21. On August 20th, 2010, Several NYPD officers came to Gang Liu's office with Morgan Stanly located 1585 Broadway, New York, to serve Gang Liu this civil Complaint. The NYPD officers told Gang Liu that it was not their responsibilities to serve for this kind civil complaint. However, it was Somerset County Counsel's office who asked them to serve this complaint!

 
Exhibit 22. Yinghua Guo submitted this civil complaint to the Somerset County Superior Court on August 12th, 2010.


Exhibit 23. On September 2nd, 2010, Ms. Natalee Picillo submitted the divorce complaint along with this file to the Somerset County Superior Court. This file clearly indicated that Gang Liu was the Plaintiff, while Elisa Guo was the Defendant.


Exhibit 24. On September 9th, 2010, Judge Picheca gave a mistrial to the case between Yinghua Guo and Gang Liu. Based on the mistrial, Judge Picheca gave this Final Restraining Order against Gang Liu.



Exhibit 25. Based on the Restraining Order given by Judge Picheca on September 9th, 2010, Gang Liu sent the above listed checks to Yinghua Guo for Child support. However, Yinghua Guo told the probation office that these checks were not for Child support. The probation office refused to give Gang Liu credits for those checks.



Exhibit 26. On September 9th, 2010, Ms. Picillo submitted this "Answer and Counterclaim" to the Somerset County Superior Court. At the same time, Mr. Allen P Comba represented Yinghua Guo submitted the original divorce complaint to the Court. Obviously, it was Judge Picheca and County Counsel Thomas Miller arranged the two attorneys submitted Yinghua Guo's complaint and Gang Liu's Counter-complaint at the same time!


Exhibit 27. Yinghua Guo submitted this criminal record to New York Criminal Court as evidences to prove that Gang Liu was a criminal. However, this criminal record was a man named Daniel who lived in Texas. It was not Gang Liu's criminal records. Yinghua Guo always submitted such kind perjuries to support her false statement and too cheat the Court.


Exhibit 28. This is the police report based on Yinghua Guo's complaint. Yinghua Guo complained Gang Liu for posting articles on the web. Yinghua Guo had repeatedly filed lawsuits against Gang Liu for the same facts or lies.

Exhibit 29. This is a snapshot of Gang Liu's article posted on Gang Liu's blog. The article simply shows that Yinghua Guo transferred large amount of money from Gang Liu's accounts or the joint accounts. The bank account with account number 9342 1970 51 was Gang Liu's bank account and has been closed. All other bank account numbers were hidden.


 Exhibit 30. Since June 2010, Gang Liu frequently reported to FBI and Morgan Stanley regarding the potential Cyber-attacks threatened by Yinghua Guo and Chinese military based hackers. This is one of such kind emails that Gang Liu reported to FBI and ic3.org.


Exhibit 31. In early February 2011, Morgan Stanley was Cyber-Attacked by China-Based hackers.

After the attacks, Morgan Stanley has tried its best to hiding the details about the Cyber-Attacks. Morgan Stanley also tried their best to find excuses to fire me. The Management team kept threatening me on regularly basis. The Human Resource managers contacted with all my colleagues to prevent them from any contact with me.


Exhibit 32. On July 8th, 2011, Morgan Stanley fired Gang Liu without giving any reasons!


Fig. 33. Elisa Guo's Attorney certified that the motions had been served to Defendant Gang Liu. However, it claimed the motions were sent to an address of the Plaintiff Elisa Guo's!



Exhibit 34. Plaintiff Elisa Guo had never served her motions to 'Defendant Gang Liu. However, Judge Miller just simply stated that "Plaintiff served Defendant with this motion"!


Exhibit 35. As advised by the Court clerks, Gang Liu asked the court clerks to send his motions to Plaintiff's attorney. However, Plaintiff's attorney stated that Gang Liu's Certification of Service was false!



Exhibit 36a. Gang Liu submitted motions to reduce Child Support amount. Judge Miller denied Gang Liu's motion on December 19th, 2011.

Exhibit 36b. On September 9th, 2010, Yinghua Guo herself also confessed to Judge Picheca that she was a Chinese military officer. Gang Liu told Judge Miller what Yinghua Guo herself confessed at the same Courtroom. Judge Miller then condluded that Gang Liu was delusional and non-lucid. Judge Miller was definitely unfair or discrimination on gender to reach this conclusion.


Exhibit 37. Mr. DeTommaso sent emails to Gang Liu to defend for Judge Miller and for Yinghua Guo.


Exhibit 38. On January 25th, 2013, Mr. DeTommaso sent mails to Judge Miller to complain his client Gang Liu!


Exhibit 39. On August 12, 2012, Yinghua Guo signed a contract to sell Gang Liu's house without Gang Liu's approval.


Exhibit 40. On August 29th, 2012, Yinghua Guo certified and signed the above statements, in which Yinghua Guo made a lot of false statements and lies.


Exhibit 41. Judge Miller made the above statements in which granted several motions that are favor and requested by Yinghua Guo, and appointed Mr. DeTomaaso as Gang Liu'a bank accounts.

Gang Liu declare under penalty of perjury that the foregoing is true and correct.

Signed on this 26th day of March, 2013

Signature of Defendant ______________________________
/s/ Gang Liu
Defendant

Mailing address:
Phone:
Email: gang.liu.1989@gmail.com

1 comment:

  1. GL:

    你能付多少律师费哇?

    YZ

    ReplyDelete