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Wajma Ahmady
The harrowing journey of how I learned about my "secret" siblings, and how they were used as pawns in the child-sex trafficking trade by my very own family.
Interests: Missing Children, Children's Rights, Family and Juvenile Law
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There is nothing more loathsome than a group of professionals using their power to obstruct justice for the very people they have been entrusted to protect. Yet, this is the very thing that employees of the Department of Public Safety did around six in the afternoon on Sunday, May 27,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 2, 2018 at Where is the Justice?
There is nothing more loathsome than a group of professionals using their power to obstruct justice for the very people they have been entrusted to protect. And that is exactly what Superior Court Judicial Officer Susan L. Lopez, and Clerk Ababalian, Esther, as well as the clerks who worked in... Continue reading
Posted May 31, 2018 at Where is the Justice?
I have come to learn many facts about my brother and sister. They were both children with disabilities, their conditions exasperated with the onset of abuse. The fact that my sister had Down Syndrome and my brother autism only attests to the cruelty the abusers inflicted on them. Not only... Continue reading
Posted May 24, 2018 at Where is the Justice?
Searching for clues about the disappearance of my sister, Fatima Ahmady, and my deceased brother, Nawid Ahmady, who were kidnapped and trafficked in the U.S., Dubai, Mexico, and Afghanistan. if you ever came in contact with them, please contact me at wahmady673@gmail.com. Continue reading
Posted May 23, 2018 at Where is the Justice?
Why don’t we ask former President Barack Obama, who deported my brother. Why would a president who purports to support DACA recipients deport a minor back to an ISIS state? Simple, because he didn’t want his dirty secret to come out. When my brother had had enough of this human... Continue reading
Posted May 22, 2018 at Where is the Justice?
In my last post, I discussed Abdul Ahad Ahmady's connections to the state of ISIS. And now I have a new update. It’s not every day that I come across headlines like this in the free world, so I thought I would share it with my readers. Abdul Ahad Ahmady,... Continue reading
Posted May 22, 2018 at Where is the Justice?
Abdul Ahad Ahmady, a former doctor who became licensed in the state of California, a U.S. citizen, and homeowner in one of the wealthiest areas in Los Angeles, was granted custody by a Los Angeles County Superior Court judge. The judge knew everything about my father's past, his history with... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2018 at Where is the Justice?
In the affluent, gated community of Porter Ranch that was in the news because of the largest methane leak in history, lives a war and drug lord with ties to Afghanistan and the transnational black market. He may not look the part on the outside. He does not sport a... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2018 at Where is the Justice?
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On this day, I honor the resilient memory of my brother and sister. Although they suffered innumerable tragedies at the hands of their family and bureaucratic officials, they survived by carrying a sliver of hope that one day they would be reunited with family that cared for them, that their... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2018 at Where is the Justice?
January 7, 2018 I am happy to report that the hate emblems that I reported on in the post "In the Shadows of Hate Speech" has been removed. During this time, I submitted a news tip to NBC4. The assignment editor promptly responded and sent an photographer to capture images... Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2018 at Words Have an Impact
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Hate Graffiti A Swastika sign spray painted on the back of the Porter Ranch Estates sign; A racial slur spray painted near the sign and hiking trails December 21, 2017 A fascist emblem and racial slurs were spray painted on a sign near Granada Hills, a neighborhood once rocked by... Continue reading
Posted Jan 7, 2018 at Words Have an Impact
A timely reading After the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded in October 2017 to the group, ICAN (The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons), I thought that there could not be a more well-timed moment to scratch another Nobel laureate off my reading list. "A beautiful mind is a terrible... Continue reading
Posted Jan 4, 2018 at The Globetrotting Reader
It is not every day that I come across a book that is both intellectually insightful and emotionally gripping. The author provides enough distance to give the reader a knowledgeable understanding of the issues, yet is personally engaged with the subjects' stories. She intersperses personal narrative pieces with the interviewee's... Continue reading
Posted Jan 4, 2018 at The Globetrotting Reader
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