THANK YOU, U. S. SENATOR SHERROD BROWN, FOR YOUR TIMELY ASSISTANCE
TOWARDS CUTTING USCIS RED TAPE AND GETTING LEGAL DOCUMENTS -
EMPLOYMENT AUTHORIZATION & SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
FOR FAMILY FROM UKRAINE 09/01/2022!
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LUDMILA POWLOWSKA AT CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL, APRIL 1 - MAY 22, 2022
ICONS ON UKRAINE - ІКОНИ НА УКРАЇНІ
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                                  WE MUST RESTORE RESPECT FOR AND CONFIDENCE IN OUR COURTS

At this juncture of our Nation’s history, perhaps the most urgent and largely overlooked need is the need to restore respect for
and confidence in our judiciary.   Our courts, that third branch of our government, are vital to the proper functioning of a
checked and balanced democracy. During the last four years, respect for the courts have been eroded from many sides.

The most blatant and latest example is the recent refusal to accept the findings of many courts at all levels of a fair presidential
election, one that is free of major voting irregularity.  By a recent count 62 lawsuits had been filed in various state and federal
courts alleging a “rigged” or “stolen” election, but  the judges in 61 of the cases have found the voting to be fair and reliable.  
Only one court in Pennsylvania ordered the recheck of voter IDs to cure any alleged defects.  Yet the messaging of a rigged and
stolen election continued after the courts have upheld the integrity of the election process based on the evidence presented.  
This deliberate refusal to respect the impartial and apolitical judgment of the courts directly led to the attack on the United States
Congress, our first branch of government, resulting in destruction of property and loss of life.

Since the days of partisan driven dispute between William Marbury and James Madison, the courts have labored to protect our
democracy and enhance our liberties by resolving disputes at all levels using the rule of law and application of reason.  The
fundamental benefit is that major arguments and dangerous disagreements are settled without final recourse to armed force.  

Our system of constitutional government entrusts the judiciary to stay above the political pushing and shoving to render
judgments that transcend the political divide.  Indeed, the judiciary is the last recourse for persons without political power.  While
judgments sometimes are imperfect, and inevitably not all parties can be satisfied, our social contract advises us to accept a
judge’s decision and we must remind ourselves that this the why we went to the court in the first place.  

In a nation that is founded on rugged individualism and reasoned revolution, there will be occasions when we are bedeviled by
thoughts of taking the law from the courts and into our own hands.  The consequences are always dire, tragic and regrettable.   
In the final analysis, it falls upon each and everyone of us to maintain confidence in and respect for our judges and Justices of
the third branch of our constitutional government.

Respectfully submitted.

Charleston C. K. Wang,   Updated January 25, 2021.  
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CHARLESTON C. K. WANG
NAZLY MAMEDOVA
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Charleston C K Wang Speedo
Working the Tan Lines
on the bank of the Dead Sea
the Lowest Body of Water on Earth
more than 1300 feet below Sea Level
April 2010.
Somewhere near lie biblical Sodom & Gomorrah.
Working the Tan Lines by the
Aegean of the Mediterranen
Beyond in the mist rises
fabled Patmos, May 2012
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Four Elders from Uzbekistan in their many colored coats
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BE THE CHANGE:
CIVIL RIGHTS &
IMMIGRATION REFORM
IN 2013

Bill Bell and Charleston C. K. Wang
INFOCUS:
CHEMICAL
WEAPONS & THE
HUMANITARIAN CRISIS
IN SYRIA
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Room"
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"Pilgrimage to
Bethlehem,
Birthplace
of Jesus,
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Paul,"
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During the
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THE WRATH OF PAUL
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Messianic
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Caesarea
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EPHESUS OF ST. PAUL & ST. JOHN
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THE HOLY ISLE OF PATMOS
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Houses" click

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and Ascending
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Wilderness
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Palestine,"
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"Sufis
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THE WRATH OF PAUL
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"Herodion:
A Fortress
During the
Gospels,"
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here.
From Left to Right - Charleston C. K. Wang, Esq.,  Visiting
Professor Mary Ellen O'Connell (1998-1999) & Dean Gordon A.
Christenson, Emeritus University of Cincinnati College of Law
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Simon Peter,
Fisherman,"
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Heat of
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Cauldon,"
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"A Reflection
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Jerusalem
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"In Search
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Upper
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CHARLESTON C. K. WANG
NAZLY MAMEDOVA
WANGLAW
CHARLESTON C. K. WANG
NAZLY MAMEDOVA
WANGLA
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CHARLESTON C. K. WANG
NAZLY MAMEDOVA
WANGLAW
To read
"Hezekiah's
Tunnel
under the
City of David,"
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Mr. Nifadev applied for permanent resident status in March, 2017.
Charleston C K Wang Speedo
INFOCUS:
CHEMICAL
WEAPONS & THE
HUMANITARIAN CRISIS
IN SYRIA
Click on Photo
Charleston C K Wang Speedo
Working the Tan Lines
on the bank of the Dead Sea
the Lowest Body of Water on Earth
more than 1300 feet below Sea Level
April 2010.
Somewhere near lie biblical Sodom & Gomorrah.
Working the Tan Lines by the
Aegean of the Mediterranen
Beyond in the mist rises
fabled Patmos, May 2012
BE THE CHANGE:
CIVIL RIGHTS &
IMMIGRATION REFORM
IN 2013

Robert Harris & Charleston C. K. Wang
To view
"Ephesus
of St. Paul
and
St. John"
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A REAL UZBEK DYNASTY
Pursuant to the Sixth Circuit opinion, the BIA on January 5, 2015, ordered the Immigration Court to grant asylum to Mr. Nifadev.
To read the BIA order, please
click here.

Bill Bell and Charleston C. K. Wang
A WIN IN THE U.S.  SIXTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. On August 18, 2014 in Nifadev v. Holder, (Case No. 13-3704/4222
6th Cir. 2014), the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that Mikheil B. Nifadev has proven his claim that he
had suffered persecution by reason of his Russian ethnicity at the hands of the security and regular police of Uzbekistan.   The
Court vacated the decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) in Washington, D.C. which had denied Mr. Nifadev asylum,
and the Court remanded the case with additional instructions to the United States Attorney General, including that the BIA should
determine whether the BIA should also reconsider its denial of Nifadev’s application for withholding of removal and protection
under Convention Against Torture (abbreviated CAT for Convention Against Torture And Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading
Treatment or Punishment of the United Nations) in light of the opinion of the Court.  The Sixth Circuit opinion essentially and
explicitly held that
"[b]ecause the IJ [Immigration Judge] appears to have erred in her determination that Nifadev did not suffer
past persecution and because the IJ clearly misinterpreted Nifadev’s credible testimony regarding the ethnic animus of the
Uzbekistan security officials, we find that Nifadev has made out a credible case of being a refugee under the definitions of
8 U.S.C. § 1158(b)(1)(A)."
 [Emphasis added].   The United States Immigration Court in Cleveland, Ohio, had initially
found Mr.  Nifadev and his witnesses to be credible but declined to grant asylum because it erroneously determined that
Mr. Nifadev had NOT suffered persecution.   Shown in photograph on the right is Mr. Mikheil B. Nifadev with Charleston
C. K. Wang, Esq.  who represented Mr. Nifadev during trial and both appeals. To read complete opinion, please
click here.
A WIN IN THE U.S.  SIXTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. On August 18, 2014 in Nifadev v. Holder, (Case No. 13-3704/4222
6th Cir. 2014), the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that Mikheil B. Nifadev has proven his claim that he
had suffered persecution by reason of his Russian ethnicity at the hands of the security and regular police of Uzbekistan.   The
Court vacated the decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) in Washington, D.C. which had denied Mr. Nifadev asylum,
and the Court remanded the case with additional instructions to the United States Attorney General, including that the BIA should
determine whether the BIA should also reconsider its denial of Nifadev’s application for withholding of removal and protection
under Convention Against Torture (abbreviated CAT for Convention Against Torture And Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading
Treatment or Punishment of the United Nations) in light of the opinion of the Court.  The Sixth Circuit opinion essentially and
explicitly held that
"[b]ecause the IJ [Immigration Judge] appears to have erred in her determination that Nifadev did not suffer
past persecution and because the IJ clearly misinterpreted Nifadev’s credible testimony regarding the ethnic animus of the
Uzbekistan security officials, we find that Nifadev has made out a credible case of being a refugee under the definitions of
8 U.S.C. § 1158(b)(1)(A)."
 [Emphasis added].   The United States Immigration Court in Cleveland, Ohio, had initially
found Mr.  Nifadev and his witnesses to be credible but declined to grant asylum because it erroneously determined that
Mr. Nifadev had NOT suffered persecution.   Shown in photograph on the right is Mr. Mikheil B. Nifadev with Charleston
C. K. Wang, Esq.  who represented Mr. Nifadev during trial and both appeals. To read complete opinion, please
click here.

Bill Bell and Charleston C. K. Wang
Pursuant to the Sixth Circuit opinion, the BIA on January 5, 2015, ordered the Immigration Court to grant asylum to Mr. Nifadev.
To read the BIA order, please
click here.
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"Ephesus
of St. Paul
and
St. John"
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Working the Tan Lines by the
Aegean of the Mediterranen
Beyond in the mist rises
fabled Patmos, May 2012
Charleston C K Wang Speedo
Charleston C K Wang Speedo
Mr. Nifadev applied for permanent resident status in March, 2017.
THE FACES OF TURKEY
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NAZLY MAMEDOVA
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Malala
Yousafzai
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Paradox of the Five
Sheklim Blessing,"  
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Vashem, A
Monument &
Name to
Remember"  click

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.
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Road to
Emmaus,"  
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SWIM THE COAST T-Shirt
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THIRTY FIVE (35) MILES
March 2015

Bill Bell and Charleston C. K. Wang
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THE ASIAN AMERICAN HOUR has gotten bigger - we are now on the air weekly on public radio
WAIF-CINCINNATI 88.3 FM and our broadcast time has moved to prime-time  
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CONTINUES 21 YEARS ON THE AIR WITH WAIF 88.3 FM - Date of First Broadcast: 6/7/2001
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towards Asian American affairs, immigration, and many other issues of interest to our community-at-large.
 
THE ASIAN AMERICAN HOUR is produced and hosted by Charleston Wang, Esq. with John G. O'Neill.
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TURKISH TCG DENIZKUSU P321 PATROLLING BOSPHORUS-DARDANELLES PASSAGE
The passage of ships, civilian and military, between the Black Sea and the larger Mediterranean is addressed by the Montreux Convention of 1936 (superseding the Treaty of Lausanne of 1923).  Under
this international document, lawful control of maritime passage through the Bosphorus-Marmara-Dardanelles was given to Turkey.  A key peacekeeping (or "de-escalation") provision empowers Turkey to
close the Turkish Straits to most military traffic in times of war.  In  light of the war of aggression initiated by Russia against Ukraine beginning on 2/24/2022, Turkey on 2/27, recognized the invasion as a war
in violation of international law.  Citing Montreux, Turkey announced that it will exercise its power to forbid transit of all military vessels with the legal exception of ships with pre-registration to a Black Sea
port seeking passage to return to its home port including the naval base around Sevastopol in the Crimea.  Montreux also sets limits on number and tonnage of warships of non-Black Sea countries  
(Romania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Russia and Ukraine) and on the duration of the presence of such "foreign" ships.  On 3/2/2022, Russia withdrew its request for passage of 4 navy ships - 2 destroyers, 1 frigate,
and 1 intelligence vessel - through Turkish waters into the Black Sea. Charleston C. K. Wang, Esq. - 03/26/2022.
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THE LONG PEACE
(Pax Americana):

Igitur qui desiderat pacem,
praeparet bellum.

(Si vis pacem, para bellum).

Ludmilla Polusmiak, Anna & Dmitri Shelest, Oksana Zhuravska, Paralegal, Charleston C. K. Wang, Esq. WANGLAW
Blessed Are the Children for
They shall Inherit the Earth

UKRAINE FOOD FESTIVAL
Fleming Road United Church of Christ
April 24, 2022

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Istanbul Bosphorus Bridge peaceful at night in 2012
Photocredit: Charleston C. K. Wang, Esq.
GOODBYE
MIKHAIL GORBACHEV
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MR. GORBACHEV - YOU NOT ONLY TEARED  
DOWN THIS WALL (à la RONALD REAGAN) BUT
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EquaSion Dialogue on “War in Ukraine: Shaping an Interfaith Response to an Epochal Event.”  with Dr. Richard Harknett, Director of
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Wilmington College Cincinnati Branch
June 30, 3022
Shuizhu Niurou - Sichuan Beef Boiled in Hot Tingling Chili Oil, 7/29/2022
SICHUAN BISTRO, MASON, OHIO IS TOPS FOR THIS UNIQUE DISH
Sichuan Cuisine is Famed for its Spices - Fiery Hot, Tongue Tingling,
Invigorating, Puts Lead in your Pencil!
SICHUAN BISTRO
The Shining City
I've spoken of the shining city all my political life, but I don't know if I ever quite communicated what I saw when
I said it. But in my mind it was a tall, proud city built on rocks stronger than oceans, wind-swept, God-blessed,
and teeming with people of all kinds living in harmony and peace; a city with free ports that hummed with
commerce and creativity. And if there had to be city walls, the walls had doors and the doors were open to
anyone with the will and the heart to get here. That's how I saw it, and see it still.
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August 18, 2022
Natalia Dmitriavna McKenzie
Supports Ukraine Against Putin Invasion at U. S. Tennis Open in Mason, Ohio USA
8/20/2022
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Ukrainian Summer Festival
Kolping Center, Cincinnati, Ohio 8/21/2022
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Authentic Ukrainian Food,
Music & Dances
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Preparing to Approach
the DIVINE PRESENCE
JERUSALEM
May 2010
Farewell Address to the Nation from President Ronald Reagan, January 11, 1989
To view
"Faces
of
Turkey"
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"Hagia
Sophia"
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"Istanbul"
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Trihealth Pavilion  2015
SWIM THE COAST T-Shirt
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THIRTY FIVE (35) MILES
March 2015
To read "The
Road to
Emmaus,"  
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here.
To read "Yad
Vashem, A
Monument &
Name to
Remember"  click

here
.
To read
"Confession of a
Gentile in
Jerusalem:  The
Paradox of the Five
Sheklim Blessing,"  
click
here.
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Charleston C K Wang Speedo
Working the Tan Lines
on the bank of the Dead Sea
the Lowest Body of Water on Earth
more than 1300 feet below Sea Level
April 2010.
Somewhere near lie biblical Sodom & Gomorrah.
Working the Tan Lines by the
Aegean of the Mediterranen
Beyond in the mist rises
fabled Patmos, May 2012
Charge of Light Brigade-Lord Alfred Tennyson
Last of Light Brigade-Rudyard Kipling
Recessional (Victorian Ode)-Rudyard Kipling
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Bill Bell and Charleston C. K. Wang
Four Elders from Uzbekistan in their many colored coats
Photocredit:  Boris Yusupov

Robert Harris & Charleston C. K. Wang

Bill Bell and Charleston C. K. Wang
PLEASE CLIICK ON PHOTO TO SEE
COMPLETE PHOTONEWS SPECIAL
ON "THE FACES OF TURKEY."
To view
"Istanbul"
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To read
"Hezekiah's
Tunnel
under the
City of David,"
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here.
To view
"The Church
of St. Peter
in Gallicantu"
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here.
To read
"A Reflection
of Jerusalem
and the New
Jerusalem
from the Ground,"  
click
here.
To view
"Into  the
Heat of
the Hebron
Cauldon,"
\click
here.
To view
"In The
Upper
Room"
click \
here.
To view "The
Garden of
Gethsemane and
Church of All
Nations," click

here.
To view
"Caesarea
Maritima as
Known to
Saint Paul,"
click
here.
To view
"Pilgrimage to
Bethlehem,
Birthplace
of Jesus,
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here.
To view
"Wrath
of
Paul,"
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here.
To view
"Herodion:
A Fortress
During the
Gospels,"
click
here.
To read"The
Wilderness
of Abraham,
Jesus &
Israel-
Palestine,"
click
here.
To view "In
Search of the
Messianic
Secret -
Caesarea
Phillipi,"
click
here.
To view
"Sufis
Rumi
Konya,"
click
here.
To view
"The Holy
Isle of
Patmos"
click
here.
To read "Jury
for Jericho,"  
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here.
To view
"The
Empty
Tombs,"
click
here.
To view
"The
Empty
Tombs,"
click
here.
To read "Jury
for Jericho,"  
click
here.
To view "Two
Very Different
Houses" click

here.
To read
"Descending
to the Dead Sea
and Ascending
to Qumran,"  
click
here.
To view
"The Holy
Isle of
Patmos"
click
here.
To read"The
Wilderness
of Abraham,
Jesus &
Israel-
Palestine,"
click
here.
To view
"Sufis
Rumi
Konya,"
click
here.
To view
"Herodion:
A Fortress
During the
Gospels,"
click
here.
From Left to Right - Charleston C. K. Wang, Esq.,  Visiting
Professor Mary Ellen O'Connell (1998-1999) & Dean Gordon A.
Christenson, Emeritus University of Cincinnati College of Law
To view
"The Call for
Simon Peter,
Fisherman,"
click
here.
To view
"Into  the
Heat of
the Hebron
Cauldon,"
\click
here.
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"A Reflection
of Jerusalem
and the New
Jerusalem
from the Ground,"  
click
here.

To read
"In Search
of Lazarus,"
click
here.
To view
"In The
Upper
Room"
click \
here.
To view
"The Church
of St. Peter
in Gallicantu"
click
here.
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NAZLY MAMEDOVA
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CHARLESTON C. K. WANG
NAZLY MAMEDOVA
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To read
"Hezekiah's
Tunnel
under the
City of David,"
click
here.
Mr. Nifadev applied for permanent resident status in March, 2017.
Charleston C K Wang Speedo
Charleston C K Wang Speedo
Working the Tan Lines
on the bank of the Dead Sea
the Lowest Body of Water on Earth
more than 1300 feet below Sea Level
April 2010.
Somewhere near lie biblical Sodom & Gomorrah.
Working the Tan Lines by the
Aegean of the Mediterranen
Beyond in the mist rises
fabled Patmos, May 2012

Robert Harris & Charleston C. K. Wang
To view
"Ephesus
of St. Paul
and
St. John"
click
here.
Pursuant to the Sixth Circuit opinion, the BIA on January 5, 2015, ordered the Immigration Court to grant asylum to Mr. Nifadev.
To read the BIA order, please
click here.

Bill Bell and Charleston C. K. Wang
A WIN IN THE U.S.  SIXTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. On August 18, 2014 in Nifadev v. Holder, (Case No. 13-3704/4222
6th Cir. 2014), the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that Mikheil B. Nifadev has proven his claim that he
had suffered persecution by reason of his Russian ethnicity at the hands of the security and regular police of Uzbekistan.   The
Court vacated the decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) in Washington, D.C. which had denied Mr. Nifadev asylum,
and the Court remanded the case with additional instructions to the United States Attorney General, including that the BIA should
determine whether the BIA should also reconsider its denial of Nifadev’s application for withholding of removal and protection
under Convention Against Torture (abbreviated CAT for Convention Against Torture And Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading
Treatment or Punishment of the United Nations) in light of the opinion of the Court.  The Sixth Circuit opinion essentially and
explicitly held that
"[b]ecause the IJ [Immigration Judge] appears to have erred in her determination that Nifadev did not suffer
past persecution and because the IJ clearly misinterpreted Nifadev’s credible testimony regarding the ethnic animus of the
Uzbekistan security officials, we find that Nifadev has made out a credible case of being a refugee under the definitions of
8 U.S.C. § 1158(b)(1)(A)."
 [Emphasis added].   The United States Immigration Court in Cleveland, Ohio, had initially
found Mr.  Nifadev and his witnesses to be credible but declined to grant asylum because it erroneously determined that
Mr. Nifadev had NOT suffered persecution.   Shown in photograph on the right is Mr. Mikheil B. Nifadev with Charleston
C. K. Wang, Esq.  who represented Mr. Nifadev during trial and both appeals. To read complete opinion, please
click here.
A WIN IN THE U.S.  SIXTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. On August 18, 2014 in Nifadev v. Holder, (Case No. 13-3704/4222
6th Cir. 2014), the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit held that Mikheil B. Nifadev has proven his claim that he
had suffered persecution by reason of his Russian ethnicity at the hands of the security and regular police of Uzbekistan.   The
Court vacated the decision of the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) in Washington, D.C. which had denied Mr. Nifadev asylum,
and the Court remanded the case with additional instructions to the United States Attorney General, including that the BIA should
determine whether the BIA should also reconsider its denial of Nifadev’s application for withholding of removal and protection
under Convention Against Torture (abbreviated CAT for Convention Against Torture And Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading
Treatment or Punishment of the United Nations) in light of the opinion of the Court.  The Sixth Circuit opinion essentially and
explicitly held that
"[b]ecause the IJ [Immigration Judge] appears to have erred in her determination that Nifadev did not suffer
past persecution and because the IJ clearly misinterpreted Nifadev’s credible testimony regarding the ethnic animus of the
Uzbekistan security officials, we find that Nifadev has made out a credible case of being a refugee under the definitions of
8 U.S.C. § 1158(b)(1)(A)."
 [Emphasis added].   The United States Immigration Court in Cleveland, Ohio, had initially
found Mr.  Nifadev and his witnesses to be credible but declined to grant asylum because it erroneously determined that
Mr. Nifadev had NOT suffered persecution.   Shown in photograph on the right is Mr. Mikheil B. Nifadev with Charleston
C. K. Wang, Esq.  who represented Mr. Nifadev during trial and both appeals. To read complete opinion, please
click here.
Pursuant to the Sixth Circuit opinion, the BIA on January 5, 2015, ordered the Immigration Court to grant asylum to Mr. Nifadev.
To read the BIA order, please
click here.
To view
"Ephesus
of St. Paul
and
St. John"
click
here.

Robert Harris & Charleston C. K. Wang
Working the Tan Lines by the
Aegean of the Mediterranen
Beyond in the mist rises
fabled Patmos, May 2012
Charleston C K Wang Speedo
Charleston C K Wang Speedo
Mr. Nifadev applied for permanent resident status in March, 2017.
CHARLESTON C. K. WANG
NAZLY MAMEDOVA
WANGLAW
CHARLESTON C. K. WANG
NAZLY MAMEDOVA
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CHARLESTON C. K. WANG
NAZLY MAMEDOVA
WANGLAW
To read
"Hezekiah's
Tunnel
under the
City of David,"
click
here.
Photocredit:  Mary Joan Reutter
To read
"A Reflection
of Jerusalem
and the New
Jerusalem
from the Ground,"  
click
here.
To view
Group
photos of
Cincinnati
Pilgrims in
Jerusalem
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"Into  the
Heat of
the Hebron
Cauldon,"
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"Visitng the
Dome of the
Rock"
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To view
"The Church
of St. Peter
in Gallicantu"
click
here.
To view
"In The
Upper
Room"
click \
here.
To view
"Herodion:
A Fortress
During the
Gospels,"
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here.
To read"The
Wilderness
of Abraham,
Jesus &
Israel-
Palestine,"
click
here.
To read
"Descending
to the Dead Sea
and Ascending
to Qumran,"  
click
here.
To view
"Medita-
ting Medi-
terra-nean,"
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here.
To read "Jury
for Jericho,"  
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here.
To view
"The
Empty
Tombs,"
click
here.
To view
"The Holy
Isle of
Patmos"
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here.
To view
"Sufis
Rumi
Konya,"
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here.
To view
"Sufis
Rumi
Konya,"
click
here.
To view
"The Holy
Isle of
Patmos"
click
here.
To view
"The
Empty
Tombs,"
click
here.
To view
"In The
Upper
Room"
click \
here.
To read "Jury
for Jericho,"  
click
here.
To view
"The Church
of St. Peter
in Gallicantu"
click
here.
To read
"Hezekiah's
Tunnel
under the
City of David,"
click
here.
To read"The
Wilderness
of Abraham,
Jesus &
Israel-
Palestine,"
click
here.
To view
"Herodion:
A Fortress
During the
Gospels,"
click
here.
To view
"Pilgrimage to
Bethlehem,
Birthplace
of Jesus,
click
here.

Bill Bell and Charleston C. K. Wang

Robert Harris & Charleston C. K. Wang
To view
"Into  the
Heat of
the Hebron
Cauldon,"
\click
here.
To read
"A Reflection
of Jerusalem
and the New
Jerusalem
from the Ground,"  
click
here.
Mary Ellen O'Connell
Working the Tan Lines by the
Aegean of the Mediterranen
Beyond in the mist rises
fabled Patmos, May 2012
Charleston C K Wang Speedo
CHARLESTON C. K. WANG
NAZLY MAMEDOVA
WANGLAW
CHARLESTON C. K. WANG
NAZLY MAMEDOVA
WANGLA
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CHARLESTON C. K. WANG
NAZLY MAMEDOVA
WANGLAW
To read
"Confession of a
Gentile in
Jerusalem:  The
Paradox of the Five
Sheklim Blessing,"  
click
here.
To read "Yad
Vashem, A
Monument &
Name to
Remember"  click

here
.
To read "The
Road to
Emmaus,"  
click
here.
Trihealth Pavilion  2015
SWIM THE COAST T-Shirt
Awarded Distance Swim
THIRTY FIVE (35) MILES
March 2015

Bill Bell and Charleston C. K. Wang
To view
"Hagia
Sophia"
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here.
To view
"Faces
of
Turkey"
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here.
To view
"Istanbul"
click
here.

Ludmilla Polusmiak, Anna & Dmitri Shelest, Oksana Zhuravska, Paralegal, Charleston C. K. Wang, Esq. WANGLAW
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Tudor England in Cincinnati

SOUL   GOODS
HAPPY LABOR DAY
2022!
POOLSIDE SUNDECK
TRIHEALTH PAVILION
Saying Goodbye to Summer
Last Day for Working Them Tanlines
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LONG LIVE THE KING, 09/08/2022!
STEAK à le CREUSET
(Beef lightly seared in heavy iron pot
aka crucible) from
Chef Jean-Robert de Cavel's
French Crust
Café and Bistro
Across from
Findlay Market
Cincinnati, Ohio
9/11/2022
A FABULOUS EVENING OF MUSIC FROM UKRAINE & BEYOND
At St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Montgomery, Ohio
The Reverend Jane Gerdsen, Priest-in-Charge
9/10/2022
Cincinnati
Symphony
Wood Wind
Quintet
Also feauring
Barry Green,
Double Bass
Julie Spangler,
Piano
Mr. Cincinnati
Jim Tarbell MC
Дві жінки
українського
походження
CARVIAR, BLINI
& PINOT NOIR
C'est la joie de vivre
09/16/2022
OKTOBERFEST
ZINZINNATI  2022
9/17-9/18/2022
FALL 2022 IS HERE!
Halloween Dreaming
Oksana Zhuravska
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Asian American Hour
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