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Cynthia L. Bauerly
Los Angeles, May 24 – in a letter to the Federal Election Commission (FEC) Chair CynthiaBauerly, the Commissioners, the Acting General Counsel, Acting Staff Director, and theInspector General, the FEC was asked:
Why would the FEC not disregard the cases of
Citizens United v FEC
in the USDistrict Court, DC, (1-07-cv-2240) and in the US Supreme Court, (08-805), asmatters that have never been litigated and decided pursuant to the law of the UnitedStates? [[i]]
Citizens United v Federal Election Commission (FEC)
(08-205) was reported as one of thelandmark decisions of the US Supreme Court. “[D]ecision holding that corporations and unionscan spend unlimited amounts of money in election campaigns… a stunning example of judicialactivism…”
However, based on review of US Supreme Court, US District Court, Washington DC, and FECand US Solicitor General FOIA-response records, the request opined that
Citizens United vFederal Election Commission
(08-805) in the US Supreme Court and
Citizens United v Federal Election Commission
(1-07-cv-2240) in the US District Court, DC, were cases of SimulatedLitigation.
No valid summons was ever issued or served on the FEC in the case in the US DistrictCourt, DC
No Judgment is listed as entered in the Judgment Index of the case in the US DistrictCourt, DC
No valid, duly signed and authenticated record of the Judgment of the US Supreme Courthas been discovered so far.
There is no record to show that the Judgment of the US Supreme Court has ever beenserved by the Clerk of the US Supreme Court on the FEC.The requester, Joseph Zernik, PhD, of Human Rights Alert (NGO), has gained substantialexperience in examination of computerized records in large corporate and government systems.His opinions in such matters have been supported by highly reputed fraud and computer scienceexperts. Papers he has authored on the subject were peer-reviewed and published in a computer-science journal and presented in international computer-science and criminology conferences.[[iv]]Report, authored by him, and based in part on analysis of computerized court records, wasincorporated into the official 2010 Staff Report of the United Nations Human Rights Council, aspart of the Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights in the United States, with a referencenote stating:Corruption of the courts and the legal profession... [[v]]The request was copied to Senator Dianne Feinstein.
[i] 11-05-24 RE Citizens United v Federal Election Commission (FEC) - Request for Policy Statement by FEC s