Date: Thu, 20 May 2010 13:31:04 +0300
To: joseph zernik
From: joseph zernik
Subject: Request for US Attorney General, Eric Holder, to accord Equal Protection to the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County, California, and demonstrate respect by the US of its duties and obligations pursuant to international law - the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and pursuant to the Basel Accords on international banking.
TO: Attorney General Eric Holder, by email and by fax
From: Joseph Zernik, Human Rights Alert (NGO), Los Angeles County, California
RE: Please accept the letter, digital copy of which is linked and copied below [I]
The favor of a response within 10 days is requested.LINKS:
[I] May 20, 2010 Letter to Attorney General Eric Holder
Human Rights Alert
PO Box 526, La Verne, CA 91750
Fax: 323.488.9697; Email: email@example.com
May 20, 2010
Attorney General of the United States
By Email and by fax.
The favor of a response within 10 days is requested.
RE: Repeat Request for Equal Protection of the 10 Million Residents of Los Angeles County, California and for Respect by US Government of Its Duties and Obligations Pursuant to International Law- the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Pursuant to the Basel Accord on International Banking.
Dear Attorney General Holder:
Please accept the records, linked below, , , , ,  as a repeat request that your office accord Equal Protection under the Law for the 10 millions who reside in Los Angeles County, California, and that the US Government respect its duties and obligations pursuant to ratified international law the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the Basel Accords on international banking.
The presentation,  and the Human Rights Alert (NGO) submission  to the United Nations as part of the 2010 UPR (Universal Periodic Review) of Human Rights in the United States, provide an overview as well as specific evidence of the alleged widespread, large-scale violations of Human Rights in Los Angeles County, California, and elsewhere in the United States. The core allegation is that such conditions resulted from ambiguity in court records and court procedures of the US federal courts, following the introduction, with no public oversight, of new online public access and case management systems - PACER and CM/ECF. Additional evidence to that effect is provided in a record written as solicitation of expert opinions regarding integrity, or lack thereof, in records and procedures of the US District Court, Los Angeles, as a result of the design and mode of operation of the systems.  The hallmarks of the resulting alleged violations of Human Rights are in (a) Large-scale false imprisonments in Los Angeles County, California, and (b) Cripples banking regulation the evidence from Los Angeles County, California compellingly documents financial institutions fraud against individuals and against the US government.
Equal Protection in Los Angeles County, California, is specifically requested in the following cases, where compelling evidence supporting the allegations below was detailed in the records forwarded to the United Nations in the 2010 UPR Submission and Appendix, ,  and also in complaints filed with FBI and US Attorneys Office:
1) Richard Fines Alleged False Imprisonment The 70 yo former US prosecutor is held for over a year in solitary confinement in a hospital room in Los Angeles, California, with no reasonable medical justification, with no warrant ever discovered, and with no judgment or conviction ever entered in his case.
2) The Rampart-FIPs (Falsely Imprisoned Persons) Their number was estimated in various sources between 8,000 and 30,000 the victims of the Los Angeles County Rampart corruption scandal (1998-2000), almost exclusively blacks and latinos, who have never been released from false imprisonments.
3) Thousands of Allegedly Falsely Imprisoned Inmates in the Los Angeles County Jails - The Human Rights Alert submission to the United Nations documented the routine holding of inmates with no records conforming with the fundamentals of the law.
4) Joseph Zernik Opined by Leading Fraud Experts as a Victim of Real Estate fraud in Los Angeles County, California, by large financial institutions and others - The case is but one example of evidence in numerous cases, which was produced in Los Angeles County, California. FBI defined Los Angeles County already in the early 2000s, as the Epicenter of the epidemic of real estate and mortgage fraud. FBI repeatedly promised the US Congress to investigate, and speed up the investigations of such alleged criminality by financial institutions. However, in fact - FBI refuses to investigate and provide protection even when leading fraud experts reviewed the matter and opined of fraud, and even when FBI agent assigned to the case agreed already in 2008 that real estate fraud was perpetrated. The specific case of Joseph Zernik also included direct evidence of fraud against the US government by Countrywide Financial Corporation and Bank of America Corporation,  which provide detailed evidence of the alleged large scale fraud against the US government, which underlies the current financial crisis. Particularly troubling is the refusal of FBI to investigate compelling evidence of fraud by Brian Moynihan and Bank of America Corporation recipients of some $200 Billions in bailout funds.
The request for Equal Protection for the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County was first filed with your predecessor as Attorney General in 2008. When office of the US Attorney General failed to respond, inquiries were filed by the Hon Dianne Feinstein, Senator from California, and the Hon Diane Watson, Congresswoman from Los Angeles, California. Responses were provided to US Congress in August-September 2008 by FBI Assistant Director Kenneth Kaiser, and US Attorneys Office Director Kenneth Melson. Such responses were alleged as fraud by senior US officers on the US Congress in complaint filed in November 2009 with Glenn Fine US Department of Justice Inspector General. After the Inspector General failed to respond on the complaint, inquiry was issued by the Hon Diane Feinstein on the Inspector General, whose response to US Congress on the matter is overdue.
Therefore, you are respectfully requested to accord Equal Protection to the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County, California, where the evidence compellingly documented disintegration of the US Justice system and banking regulation. You are also respectfully requested to demonstrate respect by the US government of its duties and obligations pursuant to International Law- the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the Basel Accords on international banking. Failure by your office to act on such matters, and allowing continued lawlessness, exposes the US and others to risks, which are difficult or impossible to assess.
Particularly troubling is the refusal, so far, of the first US President and the first US Attorney General. who self-identify as blacks, to take action to remedy Human Rights disgrace of historic proportions - the ongoing false imprisonment of thousands of blacks and latinos - the Rampart-FIPs.
Joseph Zernik, PhD
Human Rights Alert (HRA), NGO
1) UN High Commissioner on Human Rights
2) Basel Accord Committee on International Banking
3) Senator Dianne Feinstein- DC
4) Senator Dianne Feinstein- SF
5) Rep Barney Frank - Chair, House Financial Services Committee
6) Senator Christopher Dodd - Chair, Senate Banking Committee
7) Senator Patrick Leahy- Chair, Judiciary Committee
8) Rep John Conyers Jr Chair, House Judiciary Committee
9) Senator Carl Levine Chair, Senate Investigations Committee
 Powerpoint presentation of 2010 UPR submission by Human Rights Alert
 April 19, 2010 Human Rights Alert submission for the 2010 UPR (Universal Periodic Review) of Human Rights in the United States by the United Nations:
a) Press Release:
d) UPR Tool Kit by the Urban Justice Center:
 Human Rights in the Digital Era - solicitation of expert opinions.
 Addendum to complaint against Brian Moynihan and Bank of America Corporation for fraud and various other alleged criminal conduct:
 Addendum to complaint filed with US Department of Justice Inspector General alleging fraud by senior US officers on US Congress in 2008 responses on complaint requesting Equal Protection for the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County, California.