Thursday, February 21, 2013



My name is Kini Cosma. I have been in the legal field for approximately 25 years. I was profiled for being a lesbian AND lost custody of my two sons, and was sent to prison. I was arbitrarily arrested excessively since 1989-1995 (approx 40 times-landing in prison on July 4th, arrested on Martin Luther King Day, arrested 1st business day of 2011, sent to a mental institution on March 1, 2011: my birthday). When I was wrongfully convicted of "stalking," the status was enhanced to include a "sex offense" after I was sent to prison. Branded a “sex offender,” I lost custody of my two sons. Later, the sex offender matter was dismissed without the damages being paid. The officer has since been charged with excessive force by another attorney.

U.S. officials have pelted me with menacing punks, shit disturbing twerps, Christian bigots, mean misogynist men and corrupt judges. I've been bullied beyond human comprehension. I've been unlawfully evicted many times, my driver's license was illegally suspended and they have ran me out of the states. They profiled me as a lesbian so American men could rape me straight. They have ruined my credit, they "legally" pilfered all my vehicles by denying me access to the courts, was permitted to pilfer my $100k rightfully inherited trust estate. They forced me to throw my personal belongings on the street in public view and have made me live on the streets in the winter while my ears became infected with blood and pus and while knowing I'm dying from what they have done to me. They sabotaged all my job opportunities.

They have threatened and injured my pets and are now in the process of making me desert my beloved horses I've managed to have for 12 years. They have arrested me arbitrarily and locked me up in mental institutions and declared me insane.  They wiped out my family by telling them I am sex offender. They even denied me my religious preference.

I am tired of being your human battering instrument. I am tired of male domination of my rightfully inherited trust that I will never see. I am tired of mean misogynist men who steal my possessions and hurt my animals. I am tired of them for abducting my children. I am tired of seeing women in the military raped. I am tired of their denigration of women. I am tired of their predators roaming around the street disguising themselves as priests, pastors, football coaches, government representatives. I am tired of living in the USA with absolute and petrifying fear. I am tired of hiding and running for my life like in WWII.  I am tired of men escaping the criminal justice system for heinous crimes against women!

Why haven't these courts been investigated for the lawlessness of their criminal activity? Why aren't these judges on trial for maliciously robbing me of my life.

They tell their police to tell me it's a civil matter when they want it to be. Otherwise, when it is a civil matter they treat me like this horrible criminal. They tell me if I don't like the way I'm being treated to move. That is always their statement to me. I now  choose to move out of the United States because I have written and emailed thousands of agencies over 20 years and not one has supported me or prompted an investigation.  I have not asked for hand outs. I have done most of the grueling court work myself.

The United States of America has abandoned me for their American thugs to bury in the ground! U.S. officials have denied me access to their courts ignoring my claims (some have been uploaded at My claims against the United States of America are beyond criminal.

They have threatened and cornered me so I would be pushed into suicide that way the Inter-American Commission can skip over my case: Organization Of American States CASE NO.: P-878-09; ICC Communication OTP-CR-886/09

The above stated declarations have also been filed in the Inter-American Commission On Human Rights, Organization Of American States in Washington CASE NO.:

P-878-09; ICC Communication OTP-CR-886/09

I think they skipped over my case.

Monday, February 18, 2013

Sunday, December 23, 2012

Are You Married?

Are you married? Are you married?  Does it matter?  Does it matter?

Now that it's legal, how many employers will fired people because they are "attractive"?

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

When Government Makes Sense

Editors Notes: Kini Cosma of Equestrian Travel Mall and Legal Services says, "I have known Mr. Whitsett's previous wife for a number of years. Peggy is one of the best horse trainers in Klamath Falls, Oregon.

Senator Doug Whitsett says:

"No government should be allowed to pick business winners and losers. It is not government’s role to favor one business over another by skewing the playing field through the selective application of tax deductions, tax credits, guaranteed loans or accelerated depreciation. Neither is it government’s role to influence the development of business and industry through the application of punishing regulatory burdens, punitive fees or retaliatory fines.

Moreover, it is not governments’ role to encourage consumers to pick the products of one manufacturer over the products of another. And it is certainly not the role of government to dictate what product, or how much of a product, its citizens should purchase and use.
Governments’ only regulatory role in a capitalist free market economy should be limited to insuring that competition is fair. No more-no less.

I believe in the American Constitution! The Constitution is really an agreement, or covenant, between our government and our citizens. It is a covenant wherein the people grant limited authority to their government to control their lives. That authority is limited to preserving civilization, supplying services necessary for the common good, providing for the national defense and maintaining a fair and equitable system of justice.

The founders worked long and hard to craft a document that would insure that the United States government would never exceed the authorities granted to it by the people. Their system of checks and balances was carefully designed to maintain the ultimate power to the people that consent to be governed

 The first ten amendments specifically spell out certain rights and privileges that are retained by the people. But those are not the only rights that are preserved. The Constitution clearly states that government authority is limited to only those powers specifically conferred to it by the people. All other rights and privileges are retained by the states and by their citizens.

Every legislator is required to swear, by oath or affirmation, to defend and uphold that Constitution. I believe that the primary obligation of every legislator is to determine whether the constitution confers the authority to enact a law, administrative rule, or regulation. It is our first duty to vigorously oppose any law, rule or regulation where that specific constitutional authority cannot be cited.

Unfortunately, the last few generations of Americans have not done a very good job of controlling government growth and power. We have allowed ourselves to become complacent during several decades of relative prosperity. We have failed to teach our children either how our government works or the critical importance of those Constitutional limits.

Meanwhile, our governments have succeeded in incrementally eroding away our Constitutional guaranteed rights, privileges, and freedoms.

Government has intruded into virtually every facet of our once proud and productive free market economy. That intrusion is regulating several of our natural resource industries virtually out of existence. Many of our manufacturers have been forced to move their businesses over-seas as the direct result of labor, consumer and environmental regulations.

We have allowed our constitutionally protected property rights to be redefined. Governments, now limit what we can and cannot do on our own property. Even more onerous, our government now tells us what we must do on our own land.

We have allowed our right to freedom of speech to deteriorate to generally include language that our political elite consider to be correct and acceptable. Free expression has been displaced with the concept of creating social justice and our political elite are determined to define what is just.

Our Constitution guarantees freedom of religion, not freedom from religion. Separation of church and state is imperative to a free people. That is undeniably demonstrated by the chaos and persecution rampant in many of the Muslim controlled countries today.

Governments must not be allowed to impose their selected religious beliefs on their citizens. But that does not mean that free people should not be permitted to express their religious beliefs whenever and wherever they choose.

Finally, the right to own and bear arms is the bedrock of the foundation of a free society. That right is under siege in the United States. Our citizens’ response to that dire threat is encouraging. The current rate of purchase of firearms and ammunition is unprecedented.

Freedom has never endured in any nation where its citizens have given up the right to own firearms. If we the people fail to draw a line in the sand on this critical issue we surely will lose the ability to protect any of our other constitutionally guaranteed rights and privileges.
Like most Americans, I believe in and love this great nation.
I believe that this election is the most critical in the history of our state and nation. It is past time for we the people to stand up and take back control of our governments. It is past time that we the people demand that governments be once again constrained by their constitutional limits of authority.

Our governments have always been directed by the vote of their people. This time, apathy and indecision are not an option. The future of our state and nation, as we know them, are at stake."

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Congressman Greg Walden's Opinion For Violence Against Women

Dear Kini:

Thank you contacting me about the Violence Against Women Act (H.R.4970). I appreciate you taking the time to share your views. 

The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) was originally passed in 1994. Since then VAWA has greatly succeeded in changing attitudes toward and fostering awareness of domestic violence, improving services and provisions for victims, and revising the manner in which the criminal justice system responds to domestic violence. The program has been reauthorized twice since its original passage, and both times I have joined the very strong bipartisan group of Republicans and Democrats voting in support of the program. 

The VAWA program has always been about protecting all women, irrespective of race or creed, from violence. Rep. Sandy Adams, who introduced the House's most recent version, the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2012, was herself a victim of abuse who fought her way through the system and used this experience to help develop this legislation. 

Like each previous VAWA reauthorization, this bill would build upon what we've learned over the years and expand its scope. First, it would ensure the current program continues to protect victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault, and stalking. Additionally, the House bill would double funding to help with the current backlog of processing rape kits, increase access of emergency and transitional housing for victims, create tribal liaisons within the U.S. Attorney's to address current inadequacies in protecting Indian victims within the U.S. Court system, and allow Indian victims of violence to seek protection orders against Indian or non-Indian abusers.

On May 16, I voted for this legislation, and we have asked the Senate to join us in a formal conference committee in order to work through the differences between the House and Senate versions. I will continue to urge my colleagues to move forward with this process, so we can pass a final version and ensure the program continues to protect all women from violence and abuse. 

Thank you again for writing me about this issue. It's an honor to represent you in the U.S. Congress.

Best regards,

Greg Walden

Member of Congress