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11-08-18 Affidavit provided in support of William Windsor’s Atlanta Grand Jury testimonyregarding corruption of the US courts
Joseph Zernik’s affidavit opined fraud by the US courts in the Northern District of Georgia and the District of Columbia in cases involving William Windsor. Widespread fraud and corruption is enabled through PACER and CM/ECF, the electronic public access and case management systems of the US courts.
Los Angeles, August 18
– Joseph Zernik, PhD, of Human Rights Alert (NGO), filed an affidavit in support of the testimony of Mr William Windsor before a Federal Grand Jury in Atlanta, Georgia, pertaining tocorruption of the US courts. [
]Dr Zernik has gained substantial experience over the past decade in examining electronic records of theCalifornia and US courts:
A report, which he authored, was reviewed by the professional staff of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, as part of the first ever, 2010 Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Human Rightsin the United States. The report was incorporated into the official UPR Staff Report with a notereferring to “corruption of the courts and the legal profession and discrimination by law enforcementin California”. [
A scholarly paper, which he authored on the subject of fraud in the electronic records of the UScourts, was peer-reviewed and published in a computerscience journal with an editorial board listingscholars from six (6) European nations and Canada. [
An abstract on the subject of fraud in the electronic records of the US courts, which he authored, waspeer-reviewed and published by the 16th World Criminology Congress.
The same papers were peer-reviewed and selected for presentations in an international computerscience conference in Europe and the 16
World Criminology Congress in Japan. [
His opinions in such matters were also re-affirmed by opinion letters of well-recognized fraud expertsand a computer science scholar, including, but not limited to:- James Wedick, an FBI-veteran, who was decorated by the US Congress, by FBI Director, andby US Attorney General for his achievements in law enforcement, [
] and- Professor Eliyahu Shamir, a well-recognized computer science expert, who made seminalcontributions to computer science in the field of language analysis (co-author of the “PumpingLemma”). [
]In his affidavit, Dr Zernik opined regarding the records in two specific cases involving Mr Windsor: