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11-02-08 Where Are the Missing Records of the Supreme Court of the United States?

11-02-08 Where Are the Missing Records of the Supreme Court of the United States?

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Published by: Human Rights Alert, NGO on Feb 08, 2011
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Human Rights Alert 
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11-02-08
Where are the Missing Records of the Supreme Court of the United States?
The Supreme Court of the United States fails to meet the most fundamental international standards of an honest tribunal.
William SuterClerk of the Supreme Court of the United States
 
 Los Angeles, February 8
- a United Nations International Crime Prevention Center report lists missing courtrecords as a cardinal sign of judicial corruption.
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In the Supreme Court of the United States, missing courtrecords are the rule.In a series of cases from the Supreme Court of the United States, records have been released by Human RightsAlert (NGO), which are invalid notices of purported denial of motions, petitions, and applications filed byindividuals in cases involving alleged abuse by government or large corporations.
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The notices issued by office of Clerk William Suter uniformly fail to include any true judicial records.
The letters are at times issued by unauthorized personnel, or are falsely signed.Consequently, repeated attempts have been made to access the court file records of the Supreme Court of theUnited States, to discover if any judicial records existed at all, as the basis for the notices issued by Clerk William Suter.The right of the public to access court records to inspect and to copy is recognized by the US Supreme Courtas a First Amendment right (
 Nixon v Warner Communications, Inc
, 1978). In the English speaking courts it isalso held as a Common Law right. Furthermore, it is essential part of Fair Hearings – a fundamental HumanRight pursuant to the
Universal Declaration of Human Rights
.
In no case, where access to the paper court files has been permitted, has any valid judicial record everbeen discovered, to support the purported notices of denial, issued by the office of Clerk William Suter.
In a number of cases – access to the paper court files has been denied.
Repeated requests to access the electronic court files of the Supreme Court of the United States have beendenied.
There is no evidence that public access to the electronic court files of the Supreme Court of the UnitedStates has ever been permitted.The combined evidence is the basis for request, recently filed with US Congress, for impeachment of Clerk William Suter for public corruption, deprivation of rights, and violation of his Oath of Office.The Supreme Court of the United States fails to meet the most fundamental international standards of anhonest tribunal.
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