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Old November 17th 09, 02:26 AM posted to rec.games.chess.politics,misc.legal,rec.games.chess.misc,alt.chess,rec.games.chess.computer
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Okay.
Are you a citizen of this country?
No, I am not.
What is your citizenship?
I'm sorry?
Where are you a citizen of?
I am stateless.
You are stateless?
Yes.
Okay.
I am a permanent resident of the United States, but I am stateless.
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Wow,

I found what he "didn't" admit to, much more telling. Like whether he
graduated from college, or from what college.

He is legally stateless. And a permanent resident of the US. So?

Do tell, why is this important?
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On Nov 16, 10:35*pm, johnny_t wrote:
Wow,

I found what he "didn't" admit to, much more telling. Like whether he
graduated from college, or from what college.

He is legally stateless. *And a permanent resident of the US. * So?

Do tell, why is this important?


Mr. Sloan believes Mr. Truong can be deported.
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On Nov 17, 12:52*am, The Historian
wrote:
On Nov 16, 10:35*pm, johnny_t wrote:

Wow,


I found what he "didn't" admit to, much more telling. Like whether he
graduated from college, or from what college.


He is legally stateless. *And a permanent resident of the US. * So?


Do tell, why is this important?


Mr. Sloan believes Mr. Truong can be deported.


I am not certain whether he can be deported back to Vietnam.

That is probably the reason why he does not feel in any danger.

Sam Sloan
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On 17 Nov, 06:38, samsloan wrote:
On Nov 17, 12:52*am, The Historian
wrote:


Mr. Sloan believes Mr. Truong can be deported.


I am not certain whether he can be deported back to Vietnam.


They could deport home to North Vietnam. The north is under Communist
control.


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johnny_t wrote:
Wow,

I found what he "didn't" admit to, much more telling. Like whether he
graduated from college, or from what college.

He is legally stateless. And a permanent resident of the US. So?

Do tell, why is this important?


This is significant information. I doubt that he is truly stateless as a
matter of international law. In all probability he is a citizen of the
successor nation to S. Vietnam. Some of his alleged activities could
impact his resident status in the US if there are trials and findings
against him. If Mr. Truong should be indicted for a felony(s) and
convicted, I think it is it is possible for him to lose his resident
status and be deported. More facts as to his exact status are needed to
make that determination. IIRC, Mr. Alexander has been indicted and faces
trial on 34 felony counts. From the questioning of Truong by Mr.
Huttenbach, it appears there is evidence somewhere that may implicate
Mr. Truong in Mr. Alexander's criminal activity. That would be
potentially devastating to Mr. Truong.
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On Nov 17, 3:21*am, Offramp wrote:
On 17 Nov, 06:38, samsloan wrote:

On Nov 17, 12:52*am, The Historian
wrote:
Mr. Sloan believes Mr. Truong can be deported.


I am not certain whether he can be deported back to Vietnam.


They could deport home to North Vietnam. The north is under Communist
control.


So is the south, east and west. There is no longer a division
between North and South Vietnam. There is just Vietnam, officially the
Socialist Republic of Vietnam. They had a war to settle that issue.
Ended over 30 years ago. The whole country is under Communist Party
control.
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On Nov 17, 1:38*am, samsloan wrote:
On Nov 17, 12:52*am, The Historian
wrote:

On Nov 16, 10:35*pm, johnny_t wrote:


Wow,


I found what he "didn't" admit to, much more telling. Like whether he
graduated from college, or from what college.


He is legally stateless. *And a permanent resident of the US. * So?


Do tell, why is this important?


Mr. Sloan believes Mr. Truong can be deported.


I am not certain whether he can be deported back to Vietnam.

That is probably the reason why he does not feel in any danger.

Sam Sloan


They can revoke his residence status and tell him to get his ass out
of Dodge.
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On 17 Nov, 13:54, Taylor Kingston wrote:
On Nov 17, 3:21*am, Offramp wrote:

On 17 Nov, 06:38, samsloan wrote:


On Nov 17, 12:52*am, The Historian
wrote:
Mr. Sloan believes Mr. Truong can be deported.


I am not certain whether he can be deported back to Vietnam.


They could deport home to North Vietnam. The north is under Communist
control.


* So is the south, east and west. There is no longer a division
between North and South Vietnam. There is just Vietnam, officially the
Socialist Republic of Vietnam. They had a war to settle that issue.
Ended over 30 years ago. The whole country is under Communist Party
control.


You are thinking of North and South Rhodesia, which are now Namibia
and Congo..
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On Nov 17, 11:15*am, Offramp wrote:
On 17 Nov, 13:54, Taylor Kingston wrote:





On Nov 17, 3:21*am, Offramp wrote:


On 17 Nov, 06:38, samsloan wrote:


On Nov 17, 12:52*am, The Historian
wrote:
Mr. Sloan believes Mr. Truong can be deported.


I am not certain whether he can be deported back to Vietnam.


They could deport home to North Vietnam. The north is under Communist
control.


* So is the south, east and west. There is no longer a division
between North and South Vietnam. There is just Vietnam, officially the
Socialist Republic of Vietnam. They had a war to settle that issue.
Ended over 30 years ago. The whole country is under Communist Party
control.


You are thinking of North and South Rhodesia, which are now Namibia
and Congo.


No, you are thinking of North and South America, which used to be
entirely separate continents but recently developed a land bridge
between them. ;-)
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