Category: Human Rights in Housing Under the Law



Greetings during August 9, 2012. My name is Gardenia C. Hung (Wittler), a Lombard resident homeowner, U.S. citizen, and Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes and Violence Against Women since 1994, after purchasing Lombard real estate property at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard where I established professional business communications services for legal, medical, and technical interpreting and translation services for a privately owned company under sole proprietorship called Communications, Languages&Culture;, Inc. I have been a professional member of the Chicago Area Translators and Interpreters Association (CHICATA), the American Translators Association ATA, and the Federation International Translators (FIT-IFT). For the record, I, Mrs. Gardenia C. Hung (Wittler) have been a Certified Legal/Medical Interpreter and Translator for the Federation of International Translators, the American Translators Association, the Chicago Area Translators and Interpreters Association, as a Lombard resident homeowner and Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes during the course of employment for Interlate Systems, Inc. in Aurora and Elgin and Palencia Language Services where I worked and was kidnapped at a parking lot and injured as a legal interpreter and translator for the State of Illinois Industrial Commission Office of Workman’s Compensation Arbitration, the National Labor Relations Board, the City of Chicago, and other cities and municipalities in Cook County, Wheaton, Du Page County, St. Charles and Aurora, Kane County, Waukegan, Lake County, Crystal Lake, Will County, McHenry County, DeKalb, Grundy County, LaSalle County in Illinois, including other professional associations for the Spanish, Portuguese, and French Language Divisions. During 1990, I worked as a Certified Legal Interpreter and Translator for Diplomatic Languages Services (DLS) in care of Elizabeth Degnan, Director at DLS at that time, whose office was located at 1111 North 19th Street, Suite 525, Arlington Virginia 22209, Telephone: +1 (703) 243-4855. Twenty-two years later, Diplomatic Language Services DC has relocated to 1901 Fort Myer Drive #600, 6th Floor, in Arlington, Virginia 22209-1604 USA. When I interpreted and translated for Diplomatic Language Services (DLS) and Elizabeth Degnan in 1990, I was assigned to the Everett McKinley Dirksen Federal Building, 219 South Dearborn St. in Chicago, at the Federal Bureau of Investigation office which used to be there under a Special Agent in Charge for Chicago telephone wiring operations involving other special agents for ATF, CIA, and the Chicago Police Department, a retired Hispanic policeman called Pablo, investigating suspicious operations in Steger, Momence, and Mokena, Illinois, including border patrol agents from Brownsville, Texas, and Broadview, Illinois. There were six (6) Special Agents in Charge Polish, Mexican, Puerto Rican, Texan, and two (2) interpreters to log-in telephone wiring activities for Chicago, Steger, Momence, and Mokena, Illinois. In addition, I worked with Elizabeth Degnan at DLS transcribing Spanish cassette tape recordings into English which were mailed and faxed upon completion. After I worked as a certified interpreter and translator for Diplomatic Language Services and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Chicago at the Dirksen Federal Building, I became a Lombard Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes, kidnappings after midnight, burglaries, automobile accidents, flat tires and towing services, stolen Geo Tracker SUV at the College of Du Page Police Academy Parking Lot, Forced Hospitalizations by the Lombard Police Department, Physical Abuse and Family Abuse, Telephone Hang-ups, Harassment, Attempts To Kill Me During Sleeping Hours, Forced Injections on the Right Side of My Neck, Legs, Broke Right Toe, Fractured Hammertoe, A Bullet Hole on the Front Side Window at 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road, Heinous Hate Crimes in Lombard, District 5, York Township, in the County of Du Page, Illinois 60148-3028 USA. I have been severely abused and physically injured as a Lombard Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes after I worked with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Diplomatic Language Services doing certified interpreting and translation assignments on-site. The Lombard Police Department under Chief Kuntz, Chief Van Dillerkoffer, Chief George Graves, Ray Byrne, Dane Cuny, and other Lombard police staff have personally caused me a lot of harassment and physical abuse, burglaries, unauthorized access to my private Lombard home and business resources for Communications, Languages&Culture, Inc., and my family real estate assets. I have been victimized for the last twenty-one (21) years as an Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes seeking justice, fairness, and compensation for criminal damages and losses, personal injury from a broken pigeon right toe stumped by a Lombard Policeman, kidnappings, physical abuse, sexual assault at home and by force in Du Page County, torture, harassment, theft, burglary, robbery, stealing by local thieves allowed by the Lombard Police and Fire Department and persecution, to include several automobile accidents as an individual and citizen of the United States of America in the Village of Lombard, York Township, Du Page County, Illinois. In addition, I have been victimized by heinous hate crimes, real estate property roofing water damages and losses, homelessness in Du Page County. Also, the Lombard Police and Fire Department have taken my personal U.S. Naturalization documents, personal family documents, and business resources after Keith Steiskal from the Lombard Fire Department, Lombard Police and other intruders trespassed into private property stored in the garage at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road, Lombard, Illinois 60148-3028 USA. In addition, U.S. Cellular has been intercepting, blocking, and interrupting wireless mobile telephone and internet network services during the year 2011-2012 while removing essential Contacts information, overbilling and overcharging for Carnival Cruise Mobile Marketing from the Bahamas, Jamaica, Haiti, and Puerto Rico from operatives and predatory cybercriminals. While I have been legally married to Nathan Scott Wittler (Patriquin), I have suffered from several kidnappings, physical abuse, sexual assault, torture by burning with fire on my finger tips over a flame and also by injection to my neck and body while I was sleeping in the Master Bedroom at home, 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road in Lombard, personal injury, head concussions from a severe blow to the head while kidnapped and abused, persecution by cars following me on my way to work and employment, automobile accidents from vandalism and sabotage of my motor vehicles overnight and after midnight by intruders, vandals, and criminals in the Lombard garage, Du Page County, Illinois USA. I have been petitioning Illinois Crime Victims Compensation as a Lombard resident homeowner since I have had to pay for the crimes and all the incurred medical, funeral, autopsy, legal, accounting, and estate court expenses following the traumatic brain injury and aneurysm Mr. Roberto Hung suffered at night in Lombard during December 22, 1996. Since I, Gardenia C. Hung, have incurred Extraordinary Expenses on behalf of Mr. Roberto Hung and I am currently experiencing Financial Hardship as a Lombard Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes, on behalf of Mr. Roberto Hung Mustelier; Therefore, I Do Hereby Appeal The Denial of Crime Victims Compensation pursuant to the provisions of the Illinois Crime Victims Compensation Act, hereafter referred to as the Act, 740 ILCS 45/1, et seq. (2000), on legal grounds under the Constitution of the State of Illinois, Article I, Bill of Rights, Section 8.1 for Crime Victims’ Rights, Section 12 Right To Remedy and Justice and the National Victims’ Constitutional Amendment for Illinois Enforceable Victims’ Rights Act pleading for Illinois Crime Victims Compensation in relation to the Illinois Court of Claims Nos. 11CV5273, Hung, Gardenia C. and 12CV1740, Mr. Roberto Hung, Lombard resident homeowners at 502 S. Westmore Avenue, Lombard, IL 60148-3028, Lombard Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes as resident homeowners, taxpayers, U.S. citizens at 502 South Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard in York Township, Du Page County, Illinois 60148-3028 USA. Thank you for your prompt attention to this urgent matter to be addressed by the Illinois Court of Claims within 30 days from July 25, 2012. Illinois Victims of Heinous Hate Crimes, Violence Against Women http://www.gardeniac.typepad.com/ Anniversary For A Translator and Interpreter in 2012


When a patient is kidnapped against will and hit on the head to cause a concussion, memory loss, and undetermined unconsciousness, then the Emergency Room has an Alias Unknown person who cannot be identified by name without a legal identification card or a driver’s license. Sometimes patients become lost and lose their birth- given identities in Illinois. Other times, hospitals, clinics, and health-care facilities change an individual’s name by misspelling, negligence in medical services, or simply by ignorance on the part of healthcare providers and first responders like paramedics, emergency medical services (EMS), fire fighters, law enforcement personnel.

Alias Unknown Victims of Crime can perish without their birth names to become “John Doe” or “Jane Doe”. Other Alias Unknown Abused Victims cannot speak while unconscious after being throttled, knocked down by a severe hit to the head with a blunt object, or injected with a hypodermic needle and mind-blocking drugs so that the victims cannot identify abusers, predators, criminals or medical staff providers who have also abused the victims while unconscious and physically injured to prevent justice to take place.

Alias Unknown Victims of Crimes never appear before a Judge because they have been denied Victims of Crimes Rights in Illinois.

2012© All Rights Reserved.


One day on Earth, the Kennedy Roses and its long stemming branches were fire-torched while the front door had been scorched burning off the wood varnish; the porch door white paint started to crack and peel off from the heat impact of a human pyromaniac wielding a flame burning fire torch at the corner of 502 South Westmore-Meyers and Washington Boulevard in District 5, one block southeast from St. Pius X Catholic Church in the Village of Lombard, York Township, Illinois 60148-3028 USA.

The Lombard arsonist walked with a fire torch burning anything that caught its human eyes. The sensation lilacs by the wooden picket fence had already bloomed for Lilac Time and became permanently damaged by the flame hitting torch. The lilacs stopped blooming ever after the fire torch terrorist scorched its branches in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois USA.

The day the Lombard fire-torch terrorist walked along Westmore-Meyers Road in the Lilac Town, all neighbors and the community were in terror in District 5.

For some obvious heinous hate reason, the Lombard pyromaniac ended his fire vengeance at the corner of 502 S. Westmore-Meyers Road and Washington Boulevard by the private real estate property of Mr. Roberto Hung, his daughter and son-in-law who had served in the USS Platte Fire Prevention Squad aboard the oil-refueling Navy transporter based in Norfolk, Virginia USA.

The Lombard fire-torch arsonist was an international terrorist targetting resident homeowners who were working all day, away from home, like Mr. Roberto Hung, his daughter, and son-in-law.

Mr. Roberto Hung and surviving family have all been Illinois Victims of Heinous Hate Crimes in District 5, York Township, DuPage County, Illinois 60148-3028 USA. These Lombard resident homeowners have not yet been compensated nor restituted for Lombard criminal disaster damages and losses as Victims of International Terrorism and Heinous Hate Crimes after purchasing private Lombard real estate property in DuPage County, Illinois USA.


http://www.scribeslice.com/write/index/2849/A-Nuisance-For-Damaging-Roofing-Structure-by-Critter-Detectives-in-Lombard/10/0



Abuse of Human Rights in Housing Under The Law in the Village of Lombard, DuPage County, Illinois USA

According to the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, International human rights law recognizes everyone’s right to an adequate standard of living, including adequate housing. Despite the central place of this right within the global legal system, well over a billion people are not adequately housed. Millions around the world live in life- or health-threatening conditions, in overcrowded slums and informal settlements, or in other conditions which do not uphold their human rights and their dignity.

Further millions are forcibly evicted, or threatened with forced eviction, from their homes every year.

Adequate housing was recognized as part of the right to an adequate standard of living in the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in the 1966 International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights. Other international human rights treaties have since recognized or referred to the right to adequate housing or some elements of it, such as the protection of one’s home and privacy.

The right to adequate housing is relevant to all States, as they have all ratified at least one international treaty referring to adequate housing and committed themselves to protecting the right to adequate housing through international declarations, plans of action or conference outcome documents. Several constitutions protect the right to adequate housing or outline the State’s general responsibility to ensure adequate housing and living conditions for all. Courts from various legal systems have also adjudicated cases related to its enjoyment, covering, for instance, forced evictions, tenant protection, discrimination in the housing sphere or access to basic housing-related services.

Increased international attention has also been paid to the right to adequate housing, including by human rights treaty bodies, regional human rights mechanisms and the Commission on Human Rights (now

replaced by the Human Rights Council), which created the mandate of “Special Rapporteur on adequate housing as a component of the right to an adequate standard of living” in 2000. These initiatives have helped to clarify the scope and content of the right to adequate housing.

This Fact Sheet starts by explaining what the right to adequate housing is, illustrates what it means for specific individuals and groups, and then elaborates upon States’ related obligations. It concludes with an overview of national, regional and international accountability and monitoring mechanisms.

2

This joint OHCHR/UN-Habitat Fact Sheet is the second in a series of joint publications by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights with other United Nations partners to focus on economic, social and cultural rights. The first was the Fact Sheet on the Right to Health, issued jointly with the World Health Organization, and a joint fact sheet with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations on the right to food is forthcoming.

3

I. WHAT IS THE RIGHT TO ADEQUATE HOUSING?

A. Key aspects of the right to adequate housing

The United Nations Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights has underlined that the right to adequate housing should not be interpreted narrowly. Rather, it should be seen as the right to live somewhere in security, peace and dignity. The characteristics of the right to adequate

housing are clarified mainly in the Committee’s general comments No. 4 (1991) on the right to adequate housing and No. 7 (1997) on forced evictions.1

• The right to adequate housing contains freedoms. These freedoms include:

 Protection against forced evictions and the arbitrary destruction

and demolition of one’s home;

 The right to be free from arbitrary interference with one’s home,

privacy and family; and

 The right to choose one’s residence, to determine where to live

and to freedom of movement.

• The right to adequate housing contains entitlements. These

entitlements include:

 Security of tenure;

 Housing, land and property restitution;

 Equal and non-discriminatory access to adequate housing;

 Participation in housing-related decision-making at the national

and community levels.

• Adequate housing must provide more than four walls and a

roof. A number of conditions must be met before particular forms

of shelter can be considered to constitute “adequate housing.”

These elements are just as fundamental as the basic supply and

availability of housing. For housing to be adequate, it must, at a

minimum, meet the following criteria:

1 General comments are adopted by the treaty bodies based on their monitoring experience.

They offer expert guidance to States on their obligations arising under a particular treaty.

4

Security of tenure: housing is not adequate if its occupants do

not have a degree of tenure security which guarantees legal

protection against forced evictions, harassment and other

threats.

Availability of services, materials, facilities and infrastructure:

housing is not adequate if its occupants do not have safe drinking

water, adequate sanitation, energy for cooking, heating, lighting,

food storage or refuse disposal.

Affordability: housing is not adequate if its cost threatens or

compromises the occupants’ enjoyment of other human rights.

Habitability: housing is not adequate if it does not guarantee

physical safety or provide adequate space, as well as protection

against the cold, damp, heat, rain, wind, other threats to health

and structural hazards.

Accessibility: housing is not adequate if the specific needs of

disadvantaged and marginalized groups are not taken into

account.

Location: housing is not adequate if it is cut off from employment

opportunities, health-care services, schools, childcare centres

and other social facilities, or if located in polluted or dangerous

areas.

Cultural adequacy: housing is not adequate if it does not respect

and take into account the expression of cultural identity.

• Protection against forced evictions. Protection against forced

evictions is a key element of the right to adequate housing and is

closely linked to security of tenure.

Forced evictions are defined as the “permanent or temporary

removal against their will of individuals, families and/or communities

from the homes and/or land which they occupy, without the

provision of, and access to, appropriate forms of legal or other

protection.”2 According to the United Nations Human Settlements

Programme (UN-Habitat), at least 2 million people in the world are

forcibly evicted every year, while millions are threatened with forced

evictions.3

2 General comment 7, which goes on to note that “the prohibition on forced evictions

does not, however, apply to evictions carried out by force in accordance with the law

and in conformity with the provisions of the International Covenants on Human Rights”

(para. 4).

3 UN-Habitat, Global Report on Human Settlements 2007: Enhancing Urban Safety and

Security (Nairobi, 2007).

5

Forced evictions are carried out in a variety of circumstances and for

a variety of reasons, for instance, to make way for development and

infrastructure projects, urban redevelopment or city beautification,

or prestigious international events, as a result of conflicts over land

rights, armed conflicts or societal patterns of discrimination. Forced

evictions tend to be violent and disproportionately affect the poor,

who often suffer further human rights violations as a result. In

many instances, forced evictions compound the problem they were

ostensibly aimed at solving.

Regardless of their cause, forced evictions may be considered a

gross violation of human rights and a prima facie violation of the

right to adequate housing. Large-scale evictions can in general be

justified only in the most exceptional circumstances and only if they

take place in accordance with the relevant principles of international

law.

Safeguards in the case of evictions

If eviction may be justifiable, because the tenant persistently fails

to pay rent or damages the property without reasonable cause,

the State must ensure that it is carried out in a lawful, reasonable

and proportional manner, and in accordance with international

law. Effective legal recourses and remedies should be available to

those who are evicted, including adequate compensation for any

real or personal property affected by the eviction. Evictions should

not result in individuals becoming homeless or vulnerable to further

human rights violations.

In general, international human rights law requires Governments

to explore all feasible alternatives before carrying out any eviction,

so as to avoid, or at least minimize, the need to use force. When

evictions are carried out as a last resort, those affected must be

afforded effective procedural guarantees, which may have a

deterrent effect on planned evictions. These include:

 An opportunity for genuine consultation;

 Adequate and reasonable notice;

 Availability of information on the proposed eviction in reasonable

time;

 Presence of Government officials or their representatives during

an eviction;

6

 Proper identification of persons carrying out the eviction;

 Prohibition on carrying out evictions in bad weather or at night;

 Availability of legal remedies;

 Availability of legal aid to those in need to be able to seek judicial

redress.

Other international human rights treaties that recognize the right

to adequate housing

• The 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees (art. 21)

• The International Labour Organization’s 1962 Convention No. 117 concerning

Basic Aims and Standards of Social Policy (art. 5 (2))

• The 1965 International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of

Racial Discrimination (art. 5 (e)(iii))

• The 1966 International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (art. 17)

• The 1979 Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination

against Women (arts. 14 (2) and 15 (2))

• The 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child (arts. 16 (1) and

27 (3))

• The International Labour Organization’s 1989 Convention No. 169 concerning

Indigenous and Tribal Peoples in Independent Countries (arts.

14, 16 and 17)

• The 1990 International Convention on the Protection of the Rights of All

Migrant Workers and Members of Their Families (art. 43 (1)(d))

• The 2006 Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (arts. 9

and 28)


On September 2,1996, my Father completed cash payment for our Lombard Historic Brick Bungalow built in 1927 on George Hornbeck’s parcel subdivision owned by Mrs. Ahrens at 504 S. Westmore-Meyers Road related to Stebens Carpenter Handyman , adjoining the driveway and our backyard separated by a wooden picket fence.  I witnessed the full cash payment with my Father at the First State Bank of Maple Park in Kane County, Illinois USA.  Since my Father, I, and Nathan were all working full-time in 1996 as Lombard resident homeowners and taxpayers, life in the Lilac Village was costing us a lot more money, work, and suburban DuPage County expenses, as well as Illinois State fees, and U.S. federal taxes to us than were credited to other Lombard families in District 5, York Township in DuPage County, Illinois USA. In 1996, Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor spent a lot of money in cash to pay Lombard real estate property taxes, mortgage, and DuPage County in York Township, Illinois.
I also spent a lot of cash in Lombard, purchasing electronics, computer equipment, and business professional memberships and associations for employment purposes. I was also travelling in the USA, Canada, France, and Germany. Since I was working the entire day, I would come back to the Lombard home late at night.
I had to travel to Berlin, Germany for the Languages and The Media Conference sponsored by the Federation of International Translators (FIT) during November 1996.
From O’Hare Airport (ORD), the Trans-Atlantic Flight was scheduled to leave at 8:00 p.m. Nathan dropped me off at the O’Hare International Terminal and did not wait for me to board the American Airlines flight to Heathrow Airport in London, England, in the United Kingdom.
When I got to the AA Terminal around 7:00 p.m., the intercom announced that due to engine failure in one of the propeller wings, the Trans-Atlantic flight to Heathrow Airport in London would be delayed and arrival time into Berlin would also be affected the next day. American Airlines was re-scheduling all international flight connections at Heathrow London and Berlin Germany.
The AA new engine overhaul took four (4) hours to be installed by Midnight. So, I had to wait at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago in order to make the Trans-Atlantic flight to Heathrow Airport in London UK before I could get to the InterContinental Hotel in Berlin, Germany.
All the passengers were edgy, irritated, and upset over AA faulty engine wing propeller for this Trans-Atlantic Flight, especially when AA promised a “complete new engine overhaul by Midnight”.
I wondered why at the last minute, before departure, AA had a faulty engine on a wing propeller for a Trans-Atlantic flight to Heathrow London. The thoughts and memories of airplanes failing in mid-flight across the Atlantic reminded me of the perils in travelling overseas.
Four (4) hours afterwards, I was also wondering if the new engine overhaul for the wing propeller would be completed successfully. The AA stewardess called all the passengers to board exactly by 12:00 a.m. At Midnight, I was on my way to Heathrow London with breakfast ready for my overseas flight to Europe.
With all the delays and excitement, I did not sleep at all during the whole experience. Aboard the Trans-Atlantic flight to Heathrow London, the AA Captain announced that due to the 4-hour delay, all itineraries to European cities had been changed to adjust connecting flight at Heathrow Airport in London, England UK. I had to get through the Customs Gatekeeper at Heathrow International Airport in London before I could catch my connecting British Airways flight to Berlin, Germany. Fortunately, I never get lost at European international airports, so after Customs at Heathrow London, I found the British Airways terminal for a cross-flight to Berlin, Germany. By Noon, I was aboard British Airways without my AA ORD luggage…which had not made the connecting flight with me. A British lunch was served to calm my Trans-Atlantic flight jitters, jetlag, and European-travel excitement. Overall, I made my way through the Trans-Atlantic flight to Heathrow London without any problems, in spite of the AA new engine overhaul for the wing propeller and the 4-hour delay to make the British Airways flight connection to Berlin, Germany. The only thing was that my AA luggage did not have the same luck in transit at Heathrow International Airport in London.


When Paul Rathe, a young urban gay who lived on Roscoe Street near Halsted Street, Boys Town and Lakeview in Chicago, convinced my brother and mother to buy a Lombard home and move to the western suburbs in DuPage County during 1992, he did not tell them that buying Lombard real estate would cause chronic health and medical problems for them, long-term disease, psychiatric problems, violence against women, assault, physical abuse, biomedical and bio-sexual transgendered studies, hospitalizations, traumatic brain injuries, head concussions, tragedy, family death, and abuse of human rights in housing under the law in York Township, Illinois, USA. Paul Rathe introduced my brother and mother to Baird & Warner realtor Paulette Weininger who found a Lombard home for them at 342 West Harrison Street near Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Elizabeth Street, Finley Road and Main Street close to Walgreens, near the DuPage County Crisis Unit, a Medical Group Practice located at 440 South Finley Road and Washington Blvd. in the Village of Lombard, Illinois 60148 USA. Linda Schuster who lived in Westmont was the girlfriend of Paul Rathe who referred my brother and mother to buy a house in Village of Lombard, also known as Lilac Town for the annual Lilac Parade celebration near Main Street in Spring time.
Since Paul Rathe became a housemate with his Pomeranian white dog living with my brother and mother, he also introduced them to other gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) friends of his network in the Chicagoland area, while they lived in Lombard and the western suburbs of Illinois, USA.
Paul Rathe also referred other LGBT friends from Boys Town and Halsted Street to my brother and mother in the Village of Lombard to visit the western suburbs of DuPage County for the weekends.
Some of Paul Rathe’s LGBT friends visited my brother and mother at 342 West Harrison Street near Elizabeth and Finley Road by the Lombard Park District.
Other LGBT friends of Paul Rathe were referred to the Lombard home of Mr. Roberto Hung, his daughter, and son-in-law, when all three of them were working during the day, afternoon, and nights, out-of-town, and around the Chicagoland area.


I am an Illinois Victim of Heinous Hate Crimes, Violence Against Women, Kidnappings, Assault, Physical Abuse, Illinois Bio-Medical Experiments, Bio-Sexual Studies Without Consent and Without Paying Gardenia C. Hung Fong (Wittler), from Northeastern Illinois University, NEIU Class of 1982 Alumni, attended from September 1977 through December 1982, five (5) years. Student Aide for Mrs. Annette Cohn, Shirley Levin, Angie Pappas, Marie Liszewski, Marilyn Kuhn, George A. West, Frank Solano, Kathy Crane at the Financial Aid Office, B-Wing, and also for Mrs. Dorette Klein Werner as French Club member, Vice-President, President and member of the National French Honor Society, NEIU, 5500 North St. Louis Avenue, Chicago, Illinois 60625 USA. Spanish Club member for Dr. Angelina Pedroso, Ph.D. and also member of the Spanish National Honor Society while Dr. Bruno Galassi was Chairman of the Foreign Language Department at NEIU in Illinois.
Dorette Klein introduced me to her medical physician Jewish friend Dr. Ben Carasso, M.D., respiratory pulmonary specialist at Rush St. Luke-Presbyterian in Chicago, whose wife Dinah a Jewish-American Princess who studied French and had visited Cuba during the 1950s, who in turn referred me to GESA Assistance, Groupe Européen S.A. Executive Director José Poquet de Samarang to work part-time as a medical travel emergency assistant weekdays overnights and weekends at the Hartford Building, 150 S. Wacker Drive and Adams Street, Third Floor with Huguette Callaway, a Dutch Belgian Secretary and her boyfriend Joe Serna who lived in Glen Ellyn, Du Page County, Illinois USA.
At Rush St. Luke-Presbyterian Hospital, Dr. Ben Carasso, M.D., a respiratory pulmonary specialist abused me and drugged me by injection me as a patient while Dr. Ben Carasso, M.D. was examining using a stethoscope on my back and lungs, during the winter of 1991, after I worked as a federal medical examiner at the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Workman’s Compensation under Richard Kadus, Phyllis Crane, and Shelene Turner for the Employment Standards Administration at the General Services Administration, 230 South Dearborn, 8th Floor, Kluczynski Building, Chicago, Illinois 60604 USA. Gardenia C. Hung (Wittler) was using federal health insurance coverage under Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, USA. Afterwards, a Black Man Security at Rush St. Luke-Presbyterian Hospital abused me as a patient and kicked me, injuring me further and extending my medical care and treatment at Rush St. Luke-Presbyterian Hospital until January 1992 under Dr. Abraham who provided a work restriction for me upon discharge from Rush St. Luke Presbyterian Hospital.
Gardenia C. Hung was recipient of the Mecklenburger Scholarship during 1977 and 1980, funded by Felt-Products Inc., also known as Federal Mogul, where my father, Mr. Roberto Hung worked full-time with his cousin Fernando Wong married to Yoland Wong Fen, Chinese Cuban residents whose Cuban-Chinese brother’s name is Luis Roberto Choy at 4624 West Howard Street in Skokie, Illinois 60076, Telephone: (847) 677-4362 USA. The offsprings of Fernando Wong and Yolanda Wong Fen were Sueling (Retarded Female Bedridden with Spina Bifida from Birth), Fernandito Wong Fen, and Meiling Wong Fen now adults and professionals in architecture and engineering. There is also a cousin and a niece who are professionals in the bio-medical engineering fields conducting DNA experiments and phlebotomy blood-engineering experiments with humans leading to fatal infectious diseases related to the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Georgia. Fernando and Yoland Wong Fen are cousins related Santiago Hung Choy, the father of Mr. Roberto Hung Juris Doctor who was also the son of Mrs. Gertrudis Salustiana Mustelier Baró, a Cuban Spaniard.


http://www.rollcall.com/news/Patrick-Leahy-Marco-Rubio-Putting-an-End-to-Human-Trafficking-216162-1.html

USk Chicago Sketch Seminar 2020

See the world one drawing at a time

WordCamp Chicago 2018

April 28-29, 2018

irevuo

art. popular since 10,000 BC

Hollywood Life

Latest Hollywood Celebrity & Entertainment News

InsureZero Blog

All you need to know about Insurance

Bernström Quilt Works

Deconstructing the Common Quilt

Bow Truss Coffee Roasters

We bring together coffee professionals to make specialty coffee more approachable.

Illinois Leaks

“Edgar County Watchdogs"

CBS Chicago

CBS 2: News, Weather, Sports On All Platforms

Siempre con Cuba

Yo defiendo a Cuba

CNN

Últimas noticias en español de Latinoamérica, Estados Unidos y el mundo

Craig Shaw - Freelance Journalism

Welcome to the blog of freelance journalist, photographer and writer Craig Stephen Shaw.

Miguelnoa's Weblog

Just another WordPress.com weblog

Photos, Hodgepodge and Miscellany

randomness from me to you

%d bloggers like this: