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GEORGE9785 currently lives in British Columbia, home to people from the Middle East due to Canadian Liberal Politics. I chose not to buy from him or support him in any way. I support Israel and it's right to exist as a free state. i do not buy from violent unstable people of questionable political origin.

GEORGE9785 uses an American P.O.Box in Washington and he rents this box under the name GEORGE BOULOS.

He sells autographs and pictures of AMERICAN ASTRONAUTS as a sort of slap in the face while the proceeds of these sales are use at his discretion.

Review about: Astronaut Autographs.

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Anonymous
#1072210

Racist

Anonymous
East Orange, New Jersey, United States #996300

What proof do you have for any of this? Do you even know this person? Awfully presumptuous & xenophobic....

Chrissy

Wait...is the USA not home to people from the middle east? *** you people are ***

George Boulos aka George Boulo
#831261

George Boulos aka George Boulos Nemir denied citizenship..it's true!............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Subsequent History: Reported in Table Case Format at: 21 F.3d 432.

Prior History:

Petition for Review of an Order of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.No.

A35-275-869.

Counsel:

For GEORGE BOULOS , Petitioner: M. Angela Krieger, KRIEGER & KRIEGER, Omaha, NE.

For IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE, Respondent: Janet Reno, Attorney General, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Washington, DC. Mark C.

Walters, Assistant Director, Alison R. Drucker, Robert L. Bombaugh, Richard M. Evans, Ellen Sue Shapiro, U.S.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Office of Immigration Litigation, Washington, DC. David L. Milhollan, Chairman, EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR IMMIGRATION REVIEW, Falls Church, VA. James Cole, U.S.

IMMIGRATION & NATURALIZATION SERVICE, Omaha, NE. Judges: Before FAGG, WOLLMAN, and MORRIS SHEPPARD ARNOLD, Circuit Judges. Opinion By: PER CURIAM Opinion: PER CURIAM. George Boulos , a citizen of Lebanon, entered the United States in 1975 and was a legal resident of our country.

In 1985 Boulos was convicted of two heroin-related felonies, making him deportable under 8 U.S.C....

§ 1182(c) and religious and political asylum under 8 U.S.C. § 1158(a). An immigration judge (IJ) denied relief, and the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) dismissed boulos' appeal of the IJ's denial. Boulos now petitions for review, and we deny Boulos petition.

Under 8 U.S.C. § 1182(c), the BIA has discretion to waive the deportation of an alien who has been a lawful permanent resident for seven years and who is being deported for certain specified reasons, including a drug conviction. Varela-Blanco v. INS, No.

93-2265, 1994 WL 70247, at * 1 (8th Cir. Mar. 10, 1994) (per curiam). The alien bears the burden of showing a waiver's merit.

Id. When deciding whether to waive deportation under § 1182(c), the BIA balances social and humane factors favoring waiver against adverse factors showing the alien's bad character or undesirability as a permanent resident. Id. at * 1-2 (listing factors).

One adverse factor is the existence of a criminal conviction, and when an alien is being deported for committing a crime, the alien may be required to present evidence showing unusual or outstanding equities favoring waiver. Id. at * 2. Nemer asserts the BIA abused its discretion in denying him a waiver because the BIA exercised its discretion in an arbitrary or capricious manner.

We disagree. The BIA acts arbitrarily or capriciously if it makes a decision without a rational explanation, departs inexplicably from an established policy, or discriminates unfairly against a particular race or group. Id. at * 3.

Here, the BIA expressly discussed each favorable and adverse factor bearing on its exercise of discretion and concluded Nemer failed to show the outstanding or unusual equities required in light of Nemer's serious drug convictions. The BIA noted that Nemer's employment history, length of United States residency, family ties, rehabilitation, and asserted hardships were not unusual or outstanding. We conclude the BIA did not act arbitrarily or capriciously. Nemer also asserts the BIA abused its discretion in denying his claim for religious and political asylum.

The BIA has discretion to grant asylum to an alien who is unwilling to return home because of a well-founded fear of persecution based on religious beliefs or political opinion. See 8 U.S.C. § 1158(a) (1988); id. § 1101(a)(42)(A); Ghasemimehr v.

INS, 7 F.3d 1389, 1390 (8th Cir. 1993) (per curiam). To establish a well-founded fear of persecution, an alien must prove the fear's objective reasonableness by presenting specific facts that show a reasonable person in the alien's position would fear persecution if returned to the alien's native country. Ghasemimehr, 7 F.3d at 1390.

The BIA found Nemer failed to make this showing. To overcome the BIA's finding, Nemer must establish "'the evidence he presented was so compelling that no reasonable factfinder could fail to find the requisite fear of persecution.'" Id. (quoting INS v. Elias-Zacarias, 117 L.

Ed. 2d 38, 112 S. Ct. 812, 817 (1992)).

Having reviewed the evidence, we conclude a reasonable factfinder could find Boulos' fear of persecution was not objectively reasonable. Although Nemer presented some evidence that family members were killed several years ago in his hometown by unidentified assailants, he failed to link their deaths to his current fear of persecution throughout Lebanon. The BIA also concluded that even if boulos had shown a well-founded fear of persecution, it would not exercise its discretion under the circumstances.

We conclude the BIA did not abuse its discretion in denying Nemer asylum.Accordingly, we deny Boulos' petition for review.

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Anonymous
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada #803243

Karl Janesky is a typical jew and he went to jew school to learn how to steal the most money in business

George
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada #803057

I'm george9785 on eBay.

The opening post and all or almost all of the subsequent posts here have been created by the fraudster and forger/forgery dealer Karl Janesky of Guildford, Connecticut.He sells on eBay under the username "vintage761".

He sold me forged lithographs, wouldn't honor his written guarantees once they were determined to be forgeries and because he lost the credit card chargeback claim that resulted (and because he's mentally unstable) he decided to try and soil my reputation on sites like this where he can post anonymously, as often as he wants and under whatever fictitious names he chooses.

He's a known forger, a compulsive liar and a manipulator with, apparently, a lot of free time on his hands to create these posts.

You're a good-for-nothing Janesky - go crawl back under your rock.You're an embarrassment to the Jewish faith, to the U.S.A., and to humankind.

AW
#802590

Subsequent History: Reported in Table Case Format at: 21 F.3d 432.

Prior History:

Petition for Review of an Order of the Immigration and Naturalization Service.No.

A35-275-869.

Counsel:

For GEORGE BOULOS , Petitioner: M. Angela Krieger, KRIEGER & KRIEGER, Omaha, NE.

For IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE, Respondent: Janet Reno, Attorney General, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Washington, DC. Mark C.

Walters, Assistant Director, Alison R. Drucker, Robert L. Bombaugh, Richard M. Evans, Ellen Sue Shapiro, U.S.

DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, Office of Immigration Litigation, Washington, DC. David L. Milhollan, Chairman, EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR IMMIGRATION REVIEW, Falls Church, VA. James Cole, U.S.

IMMIGRATION & NATURALIZATION SERVICE, Omaha, NE. Judges: Before FAGG, WOLLMAN, and MORRIS SHEPPARD ARNOLD, Circuit Judges. Opinion By: PER CURIAM Opinion: PER CURIAM. George Boulos , a citizen of Lebanon, entered the United States in 1975 and was a legal resident of our country.

In 1985 Boulos was convicted of two heroin-related felonies, making him deportable under 8 U.S.C. § 1251(a)(11). After Boulos served time in prison, the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) issued Boulos an order to show cause why he should not be deported. At his deportation hearing, boulos conceded deportability but sought a discretionary waiver of deportation under 8 U.S.C.

§ 1182(c) and religious and political...

Under 8 U.S.C. § 1182(c), the BIA has discretion to waive the deportation of an alien who has been a lawful permanent resident for seven years and who is being deported for certain specified reasons, including a drug conviction. Varela-Blanco v. INS, No.

93-2265, 1994 WL 70247, at * 1 (8th Cir. Mar. 10, 1994) (per curiam). The alien bears the burden of showing a waiver's merit.

Id. When deciding whether to waive deportation under § 1182(c), the BIA balances social and humane factors favoring waiver against adverse factors showing the alien's bad character or undesirability as a permanent resident. Id. at * 1-2 (listing factors).

One adverse factor is the existence of a criminal conviction, and when an alien is being deported for committing a crime, the alien may be required to present evidence showing unusual or outstanding equities favoring waiver. Id. at * 2. Nemer asserts the BIA abused its discretion in denying him a waiver because the BIA exercised its discretion in an arbitrary or capricious manner.

We disagree. The BIA acts arbitrarily or capriciously if it makes a decision without a rational explanation, departs inexplicably from an established policy, or discriminates unfairly against a particular race or group. Id. at * 3.

Here, the BIA expressly discussed each favorable and adverse factor bearing on its exercise of discretion and concluded Nemer failed to show the outstanding or unusual equities required in light of Nemer's serious drug convictions. The BIA noted that Nemer's employment history, length of United States residency, family ties, rehabilitation, and asserted hardships were not unusual or outstanding. We conclude the BIA did not act arbitrarily or capriciously. Nemer also asserts the BIA abused its discretion in denying his claim for religious and political asylum.

The BIA has discretion to grant asylum to an alien who is unwilling to return home because of a well-founded fear of persecution based on religious beliefs or political opinion. See 8 U.S.C. § 1158(a) (1988); id. § 1101(a)(42)(A); Ghasemimehr v.

INS, 7 F.3d 1389, 1390 (8th Cir. 1993) (per curiam). To establish a well-founded fear of persecution, an alien must prove the fear's objective reasonableness by presenting specific facts that show a reasonable person in the alien's position would fear persecution if returned to the alien's native country. Ghasemimehr, 7 F.3d at 1390.

The BIA found Nemer failed to make this showing. To overcome the BIA's finding, Nemer must establish "'the evidence he presented was so compelling that no reasonable factfinder could fail to find the requisite fear of persecution.'" Id. (quoting INS v. Elias-Zacarias, 117 L.

Ed. 2d 38, 112 S. Ct. 812, 817 (1992)).

Having reviewed the evidence, we conclude a reasonable factfinder could find Boulos' fear of persecution was not objectively reasonable. Although Nemer presented some evidence that family members were killed several years ago in his hometown by unidentified assailants, he failed to link their deaths to his current fear of persecution throughout Lebanon. The BIA also concluded that even if boulos had shown a well-founded fear of persecution, it would not exercise its discretion under the circumstances.

We conclude the BIA did not abuse its discretion in denying Nemer asylum.Accordingly, we deny Boulos' petition for review.

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Hartunian
Verden, Oklahoma, United States #771964

Put this crum in jail forever 1

MrNeoApollo
Holland, Ohio, United States #764632

This George9785 also posts on a site called COLLECTSPACE. He is not at all very knowledgeable and usually quite good at displaying his own ignorance.

bondo
Charleston, Tennessee, United States #757421

Is this the same GEORGE9785 that frequently posts on REDRUM praising Muhammad Atta for having balls ?

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