Los Angeles County, California Human Rights Record to be Examined as Part of UN Periodic Universal Review

Los Angeles, March 23 – in view of the pending UN Universal Periodic Review, where the US Human Rights record would be under examination in November 2010, Los Angeles resident, Dr Joseph Zernik, published a draft outline: Los Angeles County, California Human Rights Report. [1] “The publication of the draft was intended to solicit collaboration by individuals and organizations, in order to produce the best possible report” stated Dr Zernik. The report in its draft form focuses on four areas where serious, large scale violations of Human Rights can be documented in Los Angeles County, California:
1. The case of the Rampart-FIPs (Falsely Imprisoned Persons).
2. The case of Richard Fine
3. Large-scale, long term denial of access to court records - to inspect and to copy
4. Refusal of the US and California Governments to Enforce Honest, Valid, and Effectual Banking Regulation, and deprivation of the right for possession.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, passed in 1948, in the wake of World War II at the urging of the US and its UN ambassador Eleanor Roosevelt, is today Ratified International Law. About half of the first dozen rights pertain to the duties of the US government to establish and maintain honest tribunals for protection of rights enumerated in the Declaration and in the US Constitution and its Amendments.


[1] Draft outline: Los Angeles County, California Human Rights Report


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Tags: Judicial Corruption, Los Angeles County, California

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