Monday, May 29, 2023

Kathryn Alamea-Xian From Protective Makua Released From CBSA Immigration Custody After Delavan Police Department Discovery Supplement Charging Reports From Walworth County Deemed Fraudulent

Alamea-Xian who has been held in immigration custody since April 21, was released after a Canada Border Services Agency hearing found that the Delavan Police Department discovery supplement documents that included allegations of human trafficking, organized crime, kidnap minor to sexually assault were deemed fraudulent and lacked credible evidence. 

By H. Nelson Goodson 
Hispanic News Network U.S.A.

May 29, 2023

Surrey, British Columbia, Canada - On Monday, Hispanic News Network U.S.A. (HNNUSA) confirmed that Kathryn Alamea-Xian, 50, the Protective Makua Interim Executive Director who had been held in an immigration hold in Surrey, Canada since April 21 has been ordered released after a hearing of the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) found that her detention had been prolonged without any justification. Alamea-Xian was detained by the CBSA after the Delavan Police Department Detective Trevor G. Hinman and Attorney Molly Jasmer, the Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) in the Julie Valadez v. Ricardo Valadez divorce case in Waukesha County in Wisconsin alleged that Alamea-Xian had conspired with others to abduct Julie's son, E.B.V. age 15 in January 10, 2023 in Walworth County.

By January 25, Det. Hinman and other law enforcement officers including the FBI and the U.S. Attorney's Office in Wisconsin as well at Attorney Jasmer, GAL and Ricardo Valadez already knew that E.B.V. had ran away on his own accord on January 10, because he didn't want to return to his father and was not kidnapped as led to believe, which Det. Hinman continued to alleged in his police supplement reports against Alamea-Xian dated March 1, 2023 and Julie Valadez dated February 1, 2023 and was reviewed by Lt. James E. Berlin (Alamea-Xian report) and Assistant Police Chief James R. Bilskey reviewed Julie Valadez's police charging report by Hinman in order to get Alamea-Xian and Julie extradited to Wisconsin from Canada. Which the police supplement reports also implicates both Lt. Berlin and Assistant Police Chief Bilskey of knowing the charging documents were fraudulent because Alamea-Xian and Julie were never officially charged with kidnap minor to sexually assault, according to the fraudulent Delavan Police Department discovery supplement report documents sent to the CBSA.

E.V.B. was identified as Ethan Valadez, 15, by the Walworth County Scanner Facebook account on January 10, 2023 as the reported missing person.

The CBSA hearing found that the Delavan Police Department discovery police report released to the CBSA included documents that Det. Hinman created an alleged frivolous criminal charge against Alamea-Xian for kidnap minor to sexually assault, which included a booking number that seemed she was actually arrested in Delavan, in other words, in an attempt to indicate that Alamea-Xian conspired to engage in human trafficking and also that Protective Makua, who advocates for domestic abused victims and their children in family court was a criminal organization, which was false. Det. Hinman failed to submit in the Delavan Police Department discovery police supplement report to the CBSA of any actual proof that showed federal/state court records that Protective Makua had any history of criminal background, activity and was ever designated a criminal organization by the U.S. government. Also, HNNUSA found that the U.S. government and the U.S. Department of Justice has never designated Protective Makua, a non-profit organization from Honolulu, Hawaii as a criminal organization.

The Delavan Police Department and the CBSA investigation into Det. Hinman's alleged fraudulent police supplement report has cost millions of dollars to investigate.

Alamea-Xian filed a $75,000,000 (in damages) Civil Rights violation lawsuit against Attorney Molly Jasmer, Delavan Police Detective Trevor G. Hinman and other named defendants from Wisconsin in the U.S. District Court for the District Court of Hawaii on May 2023.

Kathryn Alamea-Xian v. Molly Jasmer (1:23-cv-00211-JAO-WRP), the amended Motion For Leave To Amend And Supplement Pleading at link:

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