Judge Moshe Gal, Judge (Ret) Boaz Okon
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Jerusalem, April 7 - Human Rights Alert (NGO) has asked Judge Moshe Gal, departing Director of Administration of Courts, and retired Judge Boaz Okon, former Magistrate Judge of the Supreme Court and former Director of Administration of Court for comments/corrections to draft report, which named them as key figures in corruption of the electronic records of the courts of the State of Israel. 
The draft report is primarily based on data mining of decisions of the Supreme Court, and it shows that until March 2002, all decisions of the Supreme Court were certified by the late Chief Clerk Shmaryahu Cohen. Since his sudden death and to this date, none of the decisions of the Supreme are certified. Today, all decisions are published unsigned, with a disclaimer, stating that the records are subject to "editing and phrasing changes." 
Moreover, the report shows that numerous decisions of the Supreme Court have been falsified, including:
- Records that show false certifications by Shmaryahu Cohen, at times years after his death,  and
- Records that were recently produced, and show false certification by the current Chief Clerk Sarah Lifschitz. 
The Human Rights Alert report also shows that following the implementation of the new electronic record systems:
- The Supreme Court engages in the conduct of simulated reviews and the publication of simulated decisions; [6,7]
- A new apostille certification arrangement was published online, which is opined as fraud on nations, which are party to the Hague Apostille Convention (1961). 
Three Israeli computing/cryptology experts, who reviewed the evidence, expressed concern and alarm. One of them forwarded a request for a Halachic (Jewish law) ruling by a leading Israeli rabbi, "is the Supreme Court engaged in Gneivat Da'at Ha-Tzibur (large-scale public deception)?
The draft report alleges:
- Conditions, now prevailing in the electronic record systems of the national courts of the State of Israel, are in violations of any article of theUniversal Declaration of Human Rights, where integrity of the courts and the justice system is a prerequisite. Conditions, which have been established over the past decade should be deemed a simulated justice system, reflecting corruption of the courts, the Ministry of Justice, and the legal profession.
- The validity of any legal public records, originating in the State of Israel, and employed in the UPR process, should be re-assessed;
- Nations, including but not limited to those, who are parties to the Hague Apostille Convention (1961), should re-assess any faith and credit, given to legal public records, originating in the State of Israel.
- The findings carry far-reaching implications in analysis of socioeconomic trends, stability of local financial markets, and regional violence.
- Attempts by the State of Israel to address the crisis would likely be compounded by conflicts of rivaling security, legal, and computing groups.
- Recruitment of all possible civil society agents in effort to resolve a constitutional crisis, in a nation with no constitution.
- Institution of a thorough, public investigation of events surrounding the death of Supreme Court Chief Clerk Shmaryahu Cohen in 2002.
- Establishment of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Human Rights Alert report is prepared for the 2012 Universal Periodic Review of human rights in Israel by the Human Rights Council of the United Nations.
The 2010 submission of Human Rights Alert, for the UPR of human rights in the United States, was reviewed and incorporated into the official HRC Professional Staff Report with a note referring to “corruption of the courts and the legal profession and discrimination by law enforcement in California.”###
Joseph Zernik, PhD Human Rights Alert (NGO)____
 12-04-05 Responses by National Authorities/Experts - Appendix 10: Request for Comments by current and former Directors of Administration of Courts, Judges Moshe Gal and Boaz Okon s
 12-04-05 Draft Human Right Alert's 2012 State of Israel UPR Submission: Integrity, or lack thereof, of the electronic records of the courts (REVISED)
 12-03-21 Evidence of Large-Scale Fraud in the Electronic Systems and Electronic Records of the Supreme Court of the State of Israel - Appendix 00: Excerpts from the Ombudsman Report 60b s
Texas Penal Code §32.48. SIMULATING LEGAL PROCESS.
(a) A person commits an offense if the person recklessly causes to be delivered to another any document that simulates a summons, complaint, judgment, or other court process with the intent to:
(1) induce payment of a claim from another person; or
(2) cause another to:
(A) submit to the putative authority of the document; or
(B) take any action or refrain from taking any action in response to the document, in compliance with the document, or on the basis of the document.
(b) Proof that the document was mailed to any person with the intent that it be forwarded to the intended recipient is a sufficient showing that the document was delivered.  11-12-19 Zernik, J: Simulated Records, Simulated Litigation Enabled by the Electronic Record Systems of the Supreme Court of the State of Israel (English) s
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