Unfortunately, my mother has been locked up and held prisoner for the past ten years, since September 3, 1990, the date when my brother, Creighton W. Sloan, had her kidnapped, so I can not communicate my birthday greetings to my own mother.
My mother's house in Lynchburg, Virginia, which she worked for her entire life to save enough money to build, was stolen in 1994 by the criminal acts of Judge Michael Gamble. The house was sold and all the money was spent or has disappeared, without my mother receiving a dime. The house was fully paid for and worth more than $150,000 at that time.
My mother's bank account and all of her assets amounting to about $300,000 (three hundred thousand dollars), have been frozen ever since 1986 by the criminal acts of Judge Richard Miller of Lynchburg and the Sovran Bank. My mother, a retired medical doctor, has never been able to get access to any of her own money for 14 years since 1986.
Of course, the forenamed criminals thought that my mother would die sooner and that they would be able to get away with their crimes Scott-free. They never knew that she would live this long.
So, I call once again for the arrest, criminal prosecution and long imprisonment of my own brother, of Judge Michael Gamble, of Judge Richard Miller, of the officials of Sovran Bank and all others who conspired with them to lock up my mother and to steal all of her hard earned house and money.
Although the Government of the United States, which not only unlawfully imprisoned my mother and also kidnapped my daughter, Shamema Honzagool, when she was 8 years old, is thoroughly corrupt, there is an honest government in Pakistan (we hope). Therefore, I have mailed my letter to the general in charge of Pakistan, hoping that he will raise this issue of the kidnapping of an 8-year-old Pakistani child when Clinton comes to visit Pakistan next month. Perhaps the General will lock Clinton up in jail until Clinton agrees to the release of my mother and my daughter from confinement.
Here is my Complaint mailed to Chief Executive General of Pakistan Pervez Musharraf. (I also mailed a copy to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, just in case he ever gets out of jail.)