Prof David Burcham, Dean, Loyola Law School, LA (2000) [ii]
Date: Tue, 13 Jul 2010 13:20:56 +0300
To: TB-petitions OHCHR
Human Rights Alert (HRA), NGO
From: joseph zernik
Subject: Re: Fw: Complaint filed with US Attorney Office against US Magistrate Carla Woehrle and others at the US District Court, Central District of California - for public corruption and deprivation of rights.
Ms Denise D'aniello
Dear Ms D'aniello:
Thank you for your expedient response. You were copied on the complaint alleging corruption at the US District Court, Los Angeles, as part of efforts to make the OHCHR aware of the level of corruption in the US justice system as part of the 2010 UPR of the United States, scheduled for November 2010.
We, who reside in the United States, hope that an effective report be issued as the outcome of the November 2010 review, calling upon the United States to abide by its duties and obligations pursuant to ratified international law - the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Joseph Zernik, PhD
At 12:29 PM 7/13/2010, Ms D'aniello wrote:
On 7/12/2010, Dr Zernik wrote:Dear Mr. Zernik,
After careful consideration of the contents of your complaint dated 12 July 2010, we sincerely regret having to inform you that the Petitions Unit of the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is not in a position to assist you in the matter you raise.
The Human Rights Committee cannot examine petitions alleging violations of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) unless the State is also a party to the Optional Protocol (OP). United States of America is not a State party to the Optional Protocol.
Please accept our apologies for not replying in a more personal manner. You may understand that, while we appreciate your reasons for writing to us, the existing procedures require that it is ascertained whether certain preliminary criteria are satisfied before proceeding with the examination of a petition.
Depending on the nature of your claims, you may wish to address the so-called Special Procedures of the Human Rights Council. In order to invoke any of the Special Procedures, a state should be a party to the UN Charter only. For more information on the Special Procedures, please consult: http://www2.ohchr.org/english/bodies/chr/special/index.htm
The Petitions Unit
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ccComplaint filed with US Attorney Office against US Magistrate Carla Woehrle and others at the US District Court, Central District of California - for public corruption and deprivation of rights.
TO: US Attorney, Central District of California
FROM: Joseph Zernik, PhD, and Human Rights Alert
Please accept the attached and linked complaint against US Magistrate Carla Woehrle and others at the US District Court, Central District of California - for public corruption and deprivation of rights.
Los Angles, July 12 � complaint  was filed with US Attorney Office, Central District of California, by Human Rights Alert (NGO) and Joseph Zernik, PhD, against US Magistrate Carla Woehrle and others at the US District Court, Central District of California, alleging public corruption and deprivation of rights under the color of law pertaining to their conduct in the cases of Fine v Sheriff (2:09-cv-01914) and Zernik v Connor et al (2:08-cv-01550) at the US District Court � as part of cover up of alleged widespread corruption of the judges of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles. The complaint alleged that Magistrate Carla Woehrle, US Judges Virginia Phillips and John Walter, Clerk of the Court Terri Nafisi, Pro Se Clerk Chris Sawyer, and Courtroom Assistant Donna Thomas conspired to conduct in the two cases litigations, which were never deemed by the US Court itself as honest, valid, and effectual court actions. Instead � they conducted pretense litigations. <
In Fine v Sheriff (2:09-cv-01914), former US prosecutor Richard Fine filed a petition for a writ for habeas corpus. Richard Fine was arrested on March 4, 2009 in the court of Judge David, Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, with no warrant at all. He has been held in solitary confinement ever since, with no judgment, conviction, or sentencing ever entered in his case.
In Zernik v Connor et al (2:08-cv-01550), Joseph Zernik filed complaint alleging deprivation of rights by a group of judges of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, who forced him to leave his residence under the threat of force, took his home for private use with no compensation at all, and conducted conveyance of title, which was opined by fraud expert of the highest reputation as real estate fraud. No judgment was ever entered in the case of Joseph Zernik at the Superior Court of California either, no writ of execution was issued, and the court distributed the proceeds of the sale in what was alleged as money laundering.
Both Richard Fine and Joseph Zernik attempted to protect their rights by filing complaints at the US District Court, and both cases ended up in the court of US Magistrate Carla Woehrle. The cases were presided by Judges John Walter and Virginia Phillips, respectively.
Conduct of named accused, detailed in the complaint, allegedly included, but was limited to:
1. Adulteration of commencing records in both cases;
2. Denial of plaintiff’s right to file papers in court, by eliminating paper from the dockets with no due process of law;
3. Production of adulterated court dockets, by permitting conduct of numerous transactions in the dockets by unauthorized court personnel;
4. Conduct of fraudulent litigations, by permitting defendants’ counsel, who were not counsel of record, to appear and file false records with no authority at all;
5. Fraud on plaintiffs, through the Issuing of minutes, orders, and judgments with no authentication at all, yet nevertheless falsely publishing such void, not voidable judicial records in PACER dockets as “entered”, as if they required “full faith and credit”;
Conduct of the accused was alleged as deliberate perversion of justice, through pretense of judicial review. Conduct of the accused is further alleged as intended to cover up widespread corruption of the judges of the Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, and therefore � public corruption, in and of itself.
Consequenttly, Clerk of the Court Terri Nafisi repeatedly denied Dr Zernik access to court records in the two cases, in alleged violation of First Amendment rights. Moreover, to this date Clerk of the Court Terri Nafisi refuses to certify the dockets in the two cases as dockets, which were constructed pursuant to the authority of the clerk and the law of the United States.
Furthermore, both Clerk of the Court Terri Nafisi and Chief Judge Audrey Collins refused to initiate corrective actions, as required by law, after being duly informed of the conduct detailed in the complaint.
The complaint requested that the US Attorney provide equal protection to the former US prosecutor Richard Fine and to Dr Joseph Zernik. The complaint further requested that the US Attorney conduct investigation in the matter and prosecute the accused, if appropriate, to the full extent of the law.
The complaint was copied to the United Nations and the US State Department, to the Honorable Dianne Feinstein - Senator from California, and to the US Congress Judiciary Committees.
In April 2010, Human Rights Alert (NGO) filed complaint with the United Nations alleging widespread corruption of the justice system of Los Angeles County, California, and refusal of the US government to take action to provide equal protection for the 10 million residents of the county. The complaint was filed as part of the first ever Universal Periodic Review of Human Rights in the United States by the United Nations, scheduled for November 2010.
 10-07-12 Complaint filed with US Attorney Office against US Magistrate Carla Woehrle and others at the US District Court - for public corruption and deprivation of rights.