This is the copy of the email letter to the Office of Congresswoman Ileana Ros Lehtinen
Hello Mrs. Sanz, hope this email finds you well
Kindly deliver this email to Congresswoman Ileana Ros Lehtinen
Dear Congresswoman Ileana Ros Lehtinen
Take this letter also as an opportunity to thank you along the way for going out of your way to assist me and my family with all of our request for justice. You are certainly always one of the best person, representative and politician fighting for the people. Your people.
I approach you on behalf of my family once again
My father was at the Nicaraguan Embassy of the United States this morning and presented a letter (attached) addressed to the new member of The Supreme Court of the United States Hon. Neil Gorsuch.
At the US Embassy he was suggested that you could help us forward same attached letter and you would get it to Supreme Court faster perhaps.
My father and I ask to have the Urcuyo vs. Citibank N.A.,case revised as it contains too many injustices needing urgently revision taking place in the courts.
There seems to be a current US movement underway of people wanting transparency and stop corruption, which goes simultaneously with the transparency that must begin by revising the faulty court system.
An interesting fact that by the year 2025 Millennials will be over 50% of the US population, woke up this interest in assist the "Voice of the Millennials". We cannot allow 12 voices to be voided by 1 voice.
From the outcome of the Urcuyo vs. Citibank case, in which a 12 people jury panel voted in favor of my family and to later learn that 1 person judge rejected the 12 people jury panel.
We humbly request to have that rule "allowing a single person (the judge) to have complete authority to reject a unanimous verdict" revised.
in that case there seems to be evidence of corruption or to the very least creating a bias system of the courts.
I want to take you back to our case,
After the jury came back with a unanimous verdict, that same last day at the trial, 12 jurors gathered around my family and hugged them at the steps of the Federal Court Building in Downtown Miami. The jury seem to genuinely be part of a justice system.
I can recall that all the members of the jury were dismissed and we never heard
back from them after they gave back the unanimous verdict and later dismissed.
The jury must be ignorant to the post court judge decision rejecting the jury's decision.
It would be interesting to see the reaction of those jury members with an update of the post verdict outcome of the case in which
"Their unanimous decision was rejected and on that day 1 person decided for all 12 members of their jury panel."
In our opinion, if a jury panel is allowed in a case:
A. If a jury's decision has the potential for their decision to be rejected by the judge then do not approve a jury trial.
B. Let the jury decide (Why have a jury if this is not the option)
We cannot force anybody to do anything but we feel it will have a positive effect or impact among people as well as respect to begin to be restored in the court system and the law.
Thank you always for your support