10th Circuit Would Deport BEL Guest
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* China Would Imprison Xiu: "I am in an impossible situation," says Xiu. "If they deport me to China, I have to take my children, because I am their mother and must care for them. But I cannot take them to China, because they will lose their freedom, and endure forced abortion of my grandchildren. This is an impossible situation." Xiu Mei Wei, pronounced Shu May Way, flew to America legally on a temporary tourist visa. Upon her arrival her fiancé told her he had found another woman. She met a man who married her and they now have four children. But on a paperwork technicality, the federal 10th Circuit Court has ruled against Xiu. So she has taken her case to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. (See Bob Unruh's story on Wei at WorldNetDaily.com, Mom to 4 U.S. citizens ordered to forced sterilization.)
Please send a letter (you could use or modify the following example) to:
The Byron White U.S. Courthouse
Re: Case # 079537 Xiu Mei Wei
1823 Stout Street
Denver, CO 80257
To Whom It May Concern,
Regarding Case # 079537 and Xiu Mei Wei, please do not rule to deport Xiu to brutal China. Please realize that human rights take precedence over technicalities. America cannot save everyone in China, but Xiu is already here. If we deport her, as Xiu says, "I am in an impossible situation. If they deport me to China, I have to take my children, because I am their mother and must care for them. But I cannot take them to China, because they will lose their freedom, and endure forced abortion of my grandchildren. This is an impossible situation." No technicality justifies you denying Xiu political asylum and thereby sentencing her to a loss of freedom, a loss of religious freedom, and a loss of freedom of speech for her and her children; and you would thereby be sentencing Xiu to forced sterilization and fines because while in America she has violated China's anti-choice one-child policy and now has four lovely children, which boys would be shunned by China's government as illicit children; and finally, Xiu would likely be punished and probably jailed due to speaking publicly to expose China's systematic denial of freedom to its people. Please have mercy on Xiu Mei Wei.
Bob and Cheryl Enyart
PO Box 583
Arvada CO 80001
* See also KnowYourCourts: At KnowYourCourts.com, search the News section for the note on Nov. 7, 2008, on "mercy and compassion" about Xiu Mei Wei! [2011 Update: This link is no longer live.]
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