Excerpts of the TN Supreme Court Opinion (Mostly the Fact Section)
Pictures of Anna Mae He in China
Anna Mae in Hunan
The Hes, Dr. Yue and their supporters thank the Tennessee Supreme Court for its right decision in the AMH case.
The fight continues as Bakers prepare their petition to the U.S. Supreme Court. We will continue our effort in supporting the Hes until AMH safely returns to her true home.
Tenessee Attorney General: "the system ... unlawfully maintained A.M.H. in the Bakers’ custody some six years"
Anna Mae He Act Passed TN House Vote
Draft Proposal to Amend Title 36 of TN Code
|Hes' Final Motion to TN Supreme Court|
3. Amicus brief by Dr. Dongxiao Yue filed with TN Supreme Court
4. Commercial Appeal: Justice William M. Barker spanked Childers
5. Childers damaged the judicial system
"Ultimately, the law is only as good as the judge" --- Dongxiao Yue, 2005, in "law, reason and judicial fraud"
|Hes' Legal Team|
|The Parties and Contact Information|
|About this site|
|Excerpts of the TN Supreme Court Ruling|
|Anna Mae in Hunan|
|Hes' second day in China|
|Anna Mae He in China (Feb 11, 2008)|
|He family awaits the return of AMH|
|Comments on Bakers' offer to help Hes to stay in U.S.|
|U.S. Supreme Court Denies Bakers' Motion for Stay|
|Tennessee Supreme Court Denies Bakers' Motions to Rehear and to Stay|
|Analysis: Bakers filed motion for the TN Supreme Court to rehear AMH case|
|Bakers' Testimony on "that day"|
|JESSICA DEBOER AKA BABY GIRL CLAUSEN v. ROBERTA AND JAN DEBOER ET AL|
|Key Issues in AMH Appeal|
|Tennessee Attoney General proposed to adopt Dr. Yue's interpretation of title 36 of the TN statute|
|Report on Oct 4, 2006 oral argument (Chinese version)|
|Oral argument on the AMH case held on Oct 4, 2006|
|Dr. Yue's Amicus Brief Filed with the TN Supreme Court|
Dr. Yue's brief addressed the key issues in the AMH case (1) whether the Hes abandoned AMH (2) whether the court correctly handled evidence (3) whether the court correctly applied the law.
|Hes Final Motion to TN Supreme Court|
The Hes filed their pro se motion asking the TN High Court to award custody based on superior rights doctrine after parental rights are reinstated
|One page summary of key arguments|
This one page summary was distributed to the attendees of the oral argument at the Tennessee Supreme Court (Ms. Pan even handed a copy to the Bakers' side)
|TN Supreme Court Order Denying Bakers' Motion to Rehear|
Denied. Denied. PER CURIAM. Swift Justice
|TN Supreme Court AMH Opinion|
The Court resinstated Hes' parental rights and returned the custody of AMH to the Hes
|Bakers' motion for rehearing the AMH case|
Bakers' motion the TN Supreme Court to rehear the AMH case.
|David Siegel's Brief With TN Supreme Court (Extract)|
The parts on "willful failure to visit"
|Majority Opinion on AMH case appeal|
The court of appeals affirmed trial court ruling
|Tennesseee AG Brief|
|AMH case schedule|
|Amicus Brief filed by legal experts|
Childers' ruling is wrong and dangerous (2MB PDF file, please wait until it loads)
|Dissenting Opinion by Judge Holly Kirby|
The majority decision wrong and unjust
|Childers' Opinion (trial court)|
Hes parental rights terminated
|Jack He's Resume|
|Hes' Appeal Brief|
Filed by Hes attorneys David Siegel and Richard Gordon
|Hes Public Statements|
-- 15 point response to Childers' ruling. The lies, twists, distortion, fabrication of evidence exposed.
|Bakers' letter to Hes' lawyer|
Bakers offer to help Hes stay in U.S.
|OCA Amicus Brief|
Amicus Brief by OCA
Reported by WREG.COM
|Draft proposal to amend TN Code|
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