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Large-scale fraud in the courts of the State of Israel, peer-reviewed by international computing experts

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The findings hold serious implications relative to Human Rights and banking regulation in the State of Israel. 

The Human Rights Alert submission to the United Nations recommends:

1.        The electronic records systems of the courts should be examined, repaired, and validated by Israeli computing and legal experts, under accountability to the legislature.

2.       A Truth and Reconciliation Commission should be established relative to conduct of members of the judiciary and the legal profession, who were involved in undermining the integrity of the systems; 

3.       No court of any nation should be permitted to develop and implement its own electronic record systems.

The State of Israel is not alone.  Similar findings were detailed in an accompanying paper, also peer-reviewed and accepted for publication, detailing large-scale fraud in the electronic records of the courts of the United States (PACER and CM/ECF), implemented a decade or two prior the corresponding systems of the State of Israel.  Human Right Alert's submission for the first ever, 2010 review of Human Rights in the United States was in part based on review of the electronic records of Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles (Sustain), and the electronic records of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department (Inmate Information Center).  The submission was reviewed by the HRC and incorporated into the official United Nations report with a note referring to "corruption of the courts and the legal profession and discrimination by law enforcement in California."

The facts, outlined above, should be deemed equivalent to an unannounced regime change in the State of Israel over the past decade. 


[1] 12-09-04 Zernik, J., "Integrity, or Lack Thereof, of the Electronic Record Systems of the Courts of the State of Israel", Data Analytics 1: 31-38  (2012)

 [2] " Integrity, or lack thereof, of the courts of the State of Israel is scheduled for review by the United Nations" -- Human Rights Alert (NGO) submission for the 2013 Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights in the State of Israel.

[3] 12-07-22 Moshe Silman, Self-immolated Israeli Social Protest Activist, And the Justice System of the State of Israel

[4] 10-10-01 United Nations Human Rights Council Records for 2010 Review (UPR) of Human Rights in the United States

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Dr Zernik has gained substantial experience in recent years in analyzing banking, courts, and prisons IT systems. Such research documented the important role that large-scale fraud in such systems plays in the current financial crisis and in (more...)

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