Requests filed with US Attorney General, US Congress, and the American Bar Association for review of evidence of large-scale fraud in the US courts
The news report below supports requests for review of the integrity, or lack thereof, of the electronic record systems of the US courts (PACER and CM/ECF). , [1,2,3] which have been filed in recent months with:
- US Attorney General Eric Holder,
- Senate Judiciary Committee Chair Patrick Leahy, and
- The American Bar Association
The evidence has been peer-reviewed, published, and presented in international computer science and criminology conferences, as indicated and referenced in the linked records.
 11-07-06 Request filed by Windsor and Zernik with US Attorney General Eric Holder for Review of Integrity of Public Access and Case Management Systems of the US Courts
http://www.scribd.com/doc/59480718/ 11-10-13 Requesting Senator Leahy, Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee to Initiate Review of Evidence of Large-scale Fraud in the Electronic Record Systems of the US Courts s
http://www.scribd.com/doc/68558541/ 11-10-11 Seeking Review by American Bar Association of the Electronic Record Systems of the US Courts-s
Republicans block justice review proposal in SenateBy DAVID ROGERS | 10/20/11 4:02 PM EDT
Invoking "states rights" and the Constitution, Senate Republicans Thursday torpedoed an ambitious plan to create a national blue ribbon bipartisan commission to do a top-to-bottom review of the U.S. criminal justice system and report back potential reforms in 18 months.
The 57-43 roll call - three short of the 60 supermajority needed - dramatized again how politically divided the chamber has become.
Almost identical legislation cleared the House in the last Congress on a simple voice vote with Republican backing and had been approved with bipartisan support in the Senate Judiciary Committee last year as well.
Given endorsements from the American Bar Association and many police and sheriffs organizations, proponents had hoped to clear the 60 vote supermajority required in the Senate. But under a barrage of last-minute attacks, Republican support wilted. And the chief sponsor, Sen. Jim Webb (D-Va.), found himself deserted by even his long time associate and fellow Vietnam veteran, Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.).
"We're not done," Webb told POLITICO. "There were very specific answers to everything that was raised there. There is no states rights issue in convening the best minds in America to give you advice and observations about the overall criminal justice system."
 11-10-20 Republicans Block Justice Review Proposal in Senate - David Rogers _ POLITICO