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Pamela Geller, Newsmax: Rifqa Bary’s Family Risks Deportation

my latest – here's an excerpt:

Judge Dawson even threatened Mohamed Bary’s lawyer, Shayan Elahi, with
contempt of court last week for continuing to fail to produce them. The Barys
were given 10 days before they will be held in contempt of court. My money says
they are going to say the documents are lost.

But they are not lost. They are damning.

Mohamad Bary has sworn entirely contradictory things in his two applications
to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service.

He has claimed that he entered the country illegally around 1981 or 1982, and
that he lived here five years — a claim he had to make in order to qualify for
the old Reagan-era immigration amnesty of the 1980s, for which he did belatedly
apply.

But Mohamed Bary was not here in the 1980s. We know that because he himself
said so in a different immigration filing.

In an application for temporary entry into the United States, he claimed that
in the three years before his application, he had lived outside the U.S. for at
least one continuous year.

This contradicted his amnesty application, in which he claimed that he had
resided continuously inside the United States since on or before Jan. 1, 1982.

He could not have lived outside the United States for one year during the
same time period in which he had claimed to be living continuously inside the
United States. He maintained these contradictory claims as necessary elements to
file his applications under the differing statutes — one governing the issuance
of an entrance visa, the other governing the granting of amnesty for continuous
illegal presence.

He obviously committed perjury.

There is more.

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