Los Angeles, September 28 - following the publication in an international computer science journal of two peer-reviewed papers, documenting the fraud in computer systems of the United States courts and the Los Angeles County jail,   Human Rights Alert (NGO) and Joseph Zernik, PhD, are seeking top tier, peer reviewed, English-language, international law/human rights/law and technology journals, as potential venues for the publication of a new paper, documenting the scope of US justice corruption, which is enabled by such systems.
Six (6) Harvard and Yale law schools based, top-tier US law journals in the respective fields  refused to acknowledge receipt of such manuscript.  Therefore, suggestions are sought for top tier, peer reviewed, English-language, international law/human rights/law and technology journals, as potential venues for such publication.
Human Rights Alert (NGO) is dedicated to discovering, archiving, and disseminating evidence of Human Rights violations by the justice systems of the State of California and the United States in Los Angeles, California, and beyond. Special emphasis is given to the unique role of computerized case management systems in the precipitous deterioration of integrity of the justice system.
 Zernik, J: Data Mining as a Civic Duty – Online Public Prisoners’ Registration Systems,
International Journal on Social Media: Monitoring, Measurement, Mining 1: 84-96 (2010)
 Zernik, J: Data Mining of Online Judicial Records of the Networked US Federal Courts,
International Journal on Social Media: Monitoring, Measurement, Mining, 1:69-83 (2010)
 10-09-08 Harvard, Yale Law Journals Refuse to Review Paper Documenting Corruption of the US Justice System
 Zernik, J: Case Management and Online Public Access Systems of the Courts in the United States - A Call for Action
Conditions, which prevail today in the justice system in the United States are
reviewed through a series of four case studies. The cases demonstrate the
conduct of pretense litigations and pretense judicial review in courts ranging from
the State of California, County of Los Angeles, through the US District Court, US
Court of Appeals, and the Supreme Court of the United States. The unique role
of digital public access and case management systems, which were implemented
in the courts in recent decades is further analyzed, to show how such systems
enable false imprisonment, the taking of property under pretense of lawfulness,
and alleged criminality by financial institutions. Corrective actions are outlined -
publicly and legally accountable validation (certified, functional logic
verification) of all such systems, and restoration of the clerks’ accountability for
the integrity of electronic court records. Computing professionals are called upon
to perform their civic duties in the validation and monitoring of the systems, and
the public at large is required to keep its vigilance in the monitoring of such
system, as a quintessential safeguard of integrity of the courts. Truth and
Reconciliation Commission is also likely to be required in efforts to restore the
rule of law and to safeguard Human Rights in the United States in the digital era.
Otherwise - dysfunctional courts, abuse of Human Rights, and failing banking
regulation go hand in hand. Although the justice system in the United States is
the focus of the review, the conclusions are applicable in any nation, where digital
systems are today implemented at the courts.
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* * The author is grateful for help by Legal Director of a Civil Rights organization and unnamed Professors of Compute Science.
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