FATCA and the Supreme Court of the State of Israel...
The Israeli Supreme Court fails to duly register a petition asking to compel the Regulator to register to complaint against the bank, and the petition is purportedly assigned to an unknown Supreme Court Judge, Liat Ben Melech, with no judicial appointment records to be found... The case shows the State of Israel being administered as a US corporate province.
Suprme Court of the State of Israel
Jerusalem, October 30 - In Zernik v Fischer (7650/12), filed in the Supreme Court of Israel on October 23, 2012, Joseph Zernik, PhD, asked the Court to compel Stanley Fischer to register a complaint, which was duly filed with Bank of Israel – Israel's Banking Regulator against Israel's largest bank – Bank HaPoalim.
In a letter forwarded today to the Chief Clerk of the Supreme Court, Dr Zernik is asking for certification of the filing of the Petition and its due assignment to a lawfully appointed judge. 
In his letter, Dr Zernik notes that the online public access system of the Supreme Court failed to register the filing of the Petition paper itself under the respective case name and caption.
In his letter, Dr Zernik also notes that the online public access system failed to register assignment of the case to a judge, and by phone, senior staff in the office of the clerk claimed that the case was assigned to Judge Liat Ben Melech, an unknown person, for whom no Judicial Appointment records are to be found.
In Zernik v Fischer (7650/12), Dr Zernik of Human Rights Alert (NGO), claims that Stanley Fischer, Governor of the Bank of Israel – Israel's banking regulator – has been patronizing organized white-collar criminality at the top management of Bank HaPoalim, BM, the largest consumer bank in Israel. 
The Petition asks for a conditional decree, why Fischer would not order the immediate registration of Dr Zernik's August 25, 2012 Complaint against Bank HaPoalim, BM,  and its due review.
On August 25, 2012, the Complaint was first received by Bank of Israel-Banking Regulation, but regardless of repeated requests, Bank of Israel refuses to confirm registration of the complaint and its due review.
The August 25, 2012 complaint against Bank HaPoalim  provided evidence that the Bank issued fabricated legal papers, claiming that it was authorized and required to establish and enforce its own version of United States IRS code on "United States Persons" in the State of Israel. With it, the Bank demands that "United States Persons" sign waiver of privacy for the United States government, relative to their banking transactions.
The Petition to the High Court of Justice says:
The Petitioner alleges, that the matter at the foundation of instant
Petition is blatantly unlawful conduct of executives at Bank HaPoalim,
BM, and/or affiliates against the Petitioner and other "United States
Persons" in the State of Israel. Such conduct by Bank HaPoalim, BM,
and/or affiliates shows the characteristics of organized white-collar
crime. Such conduct commenced prior to the filing of the Petitioner's
Complaint, and continues to this date with full knowledge and patronizing
by Bank of Israel-Banking Regulation. The ongoing refusal by the
Respondent and Bank of Israel-Banking Regulation to register the
Petitioner's Complaint against Bank HaPoalim, BM, is integral to this
state of affairs.
The Human Rights Alert (NGO) submission to the 2013 Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights in the State of Israel documented numerous falsified electronic records of the Supreme Court of the State of Israel, including large number of decisions, certified by the late Chief Clerk Shmaryahu Cohen, up to five years after his death. The submission also documents that the Supreme Court's Chief Clerk Sarah Lifschitz has been occupying her office for ten years with no lawful appointment record. 
 12-10-29 Zernik v Fischer (7650-12) – Letter to Chief Clerk Sarah Lifschitz of the Israeli Supreme Court - Request for certification of entry and due assignment to a judge
 12-10-23 Joseph Zernik v Stanley Fischer (7650/12) Petition in the High Court of Justice of the State of Israel
 12-08-25 Dr Zernik's complaint, filed with Israeli banking regulation against Bank HaPoalim - for attempting to extort compliance with US IRS regulations in Jerusalem
 12-05-10 Human Right Alert, Appendix I to Submission; 15th UPR - State of Israel - "Integrity, or lack thereof, of the electronic record systems of the courts of the State of Israel"
Tags: State of Israel, Supreme Court, ליאת בן מלך, FACTA
Location: Jerusalem, Yerushalayim, Israel (load item map)
Marked as: approved
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