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11-10-11 Seeking Review by American Bar Association of the Electronic Record Systems of the US Courts-s

11-10-11 Seeking Review by American Bar Association of the Electronic Record Systems of the US Courts-s

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The evidence of corruption of the electronic record systems of the US courts was peer-reviewed by computer science and criminology experts.
The US Dept of Justice refuses to respond on the matter.
Therefore, request was filed with the American Bar Association to review the evidence, as part of the UPR process (universal periodic review of Human Rights in the United States by the United Nations).
The evidence of corruption of the electronic record systems of the US courts was peer-reviewed by computer science and criminology experts.
The US Dept of Justice refuses to respond on the matter.
Therefore, request was filed with the American Bar Association to review the evidence, as part of the UPR process (universal periodic review of Human Rights in the United States by the United Nations).

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Published by: Human Rights Alert, NGO on Oct 11, 2011
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11-10-11 Seeking Review by ABA of the Electronic Record Systems of the US Courts
Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2011 08:20:52 +0300To: service@americanbar.orgFrom: joseph zernik <jz12345@earthlink.net>Subject: Attention: Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson III, ABA President; Fwd: Request for review of integrity of theelectronic record systems of the US courts by the US Attorney GeneralBcc:
October 11, 2011Wm. T. (Bill) Robinson IIIABA PresidentAmerican Bar Association321 North Clark StreetChicago, IL 60654-7598Email: service@americanbar.orgBy email
RE: Request for review of integrity of the electronic record systems of the US courts by the USAttorney GeneralTimely response requested within 30 days!
Dear Mr Robinson III:Attached and linked below [1] is a request, which was filed with the US Attorney General on July 6,2011, for review of the integrity of the electronic record systems of the US courts.No response has been received on this request to this date.I write, as part of the UPR (Universal Periodic Review) process of the Human Rights Council (HRC)of the United Nations. The UPR protocol requires that stakeholders, who plan on submitting UPRreports, attempt to enter a dialogue with national authorities regarding alleged violations of HumanRights, in hope that such authorities initiate corrective actions.I request that your office undertake review of the attached record, opine on this matter, and if appropriate initiate corrective actions.Of note, submission, which I filed as part of the 2010 UPR of Human Rights in the United States, wasreviewed by the HRC professional staff and later incorporated into the official staff report with a notereferring to "corruption of the courts and the legal profession and discrimination by law enforcementin California".Since I filed the request with the US Attorney General, I have also published and presented my studies
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Zernik, o, ou,email=jz12345@earthlink.net, c=USDate: 2011.10.1118:57:32 +03'00'

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