Los Angeles, July 5 – Human Rights Alert (NGO) reported today intense Russian interest in online archives of records providing evidence of widespread corruption of the US courts and banking regulation. Human Rights Alert 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 County, California, and beyond. Special emphasis is given to the unique role of computerized case management systems in the precipitous deterioration in integrity of the justice system.
The archive site - in pro per.com -  is probably the least user's friendly of the Human Rights Alert sites. It holds thousands of records documenting corruption of the courts and banking regulation in the United States. The records are organized more or less by subject and by date, with barely informative titles.
However, visitors’ statistics  show thousands of visitors per month worldwide. The archive also attracts high level of indexing and crawling, although no promotion services were ever engaged to attract such indexing for any of the Human Rights Alert sites.
Of particular interest are hits from the Russian Federation and from China: Hits from the Russian Federation in the year 2010 by far exceeded hits from the United States itself. Page views from the Russian Federation exceed those from the US four-fold. Downloads from the Russian Federation are over two-fold higher than downloads from the US. China, which restricts internet access, apparently permits access to this site. China is a major stakeholder in the US banking system, and the primary victim of the dysfunctional US banking regulation.
In April 2010 Human Rights Alert filed report for the first ever review by the United Nations of Human Rights in the United States, scheduled for November 2010. The report documented widespread corruption of the courts in Los Angeles County, California, and refusal US agencies and senior US officers to address the problem. The report listed large-scale false imprisonments and financial fraud under the guise of court actions as the hallmarks of corruption at the courts.
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Tags: Judicial Corruption, Los Angeles County, California, Bank of America Corporation, US integrity/financial crisis
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