Human Rights Alert’s report pertaining to corruption of the courts and the legal profession in Los Angeles County, California, was noted in a United Nations Human Rights Council report
Los Angeles, October 10 – United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) staff report,  issued as part of the 2010 Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Human Rights in the United States noticed: “corruption in the courts and the legal profession, and discrimination of US law enforcement in California. ”([ 69]: HRAlert, pages 1-5. See submission for cases cited.) The notice was based on the April 2010 submission by Human Rights Alert (NGO). The evidence provided by Human Rights Alert pertained to large-scale false imprisonment at the criminal courts, and real estate fraud in collusion with large financial institutions and law-firms at the civil courts. The submission was based on media, expert, and official reports from the last two decades, as well as analysis of court records in a series of cases opined as fraud and perversion of justice by the courts.
The reference in the HRC report to “discrimination of US law enforcement in California”, pertained to documents provided by Human Rights Alert showing discrimination by US law enforcement for at least two decades against Los Angeles County, California, through refusal to address overwhelming evidence of racketeering by judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court. Discrimination against a region of the country is a violation of Human Rights, in and of itself, pursuant to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Human Rights Alert report to the United Nations provided evidence of such discrimination through conduct of KENNETH KAISER – FBI Assistant Director for Criminal Investigations, and KENNETH MELSON – former Director of US Department of Justice, Office of US Attorneys.
Human Rights Alert also provided evidence of patronizing of the conduct of the Los Angeles Superior Court by the United States courts – National Tribunals for Protection of Rights pursuant to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights – from the US District Court, Central District of California, through the US Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit, to the Supreme Court of the United States.
While the report by Human Rights Alert (NGO), a young organization with minimal resources, got a notice and a reference by the HRC, reports by much larger organizations, and even Joint Reports of consortia of Human Rights organizations got no mention at all.
The HRC report was issued as part of the UPR process, established in 2006 by the General Assembly of the United Nations. In April 2010, over 100 organizations filed stakeholders’ reports as part of the first ever review of Human Rights in the United States. In August 2010 the US State Department filed its response. Albeit, the State Department report simply ignored the reports of stakeholders and the HRC staff. Instead, the US State Department issued a report that was largely self-congratulatory. Review session regarding Human Rights in the United States is scheduled for November 5, 2010 in Geneva, Switzerland.
In its report, Human Rights Alert called upon the US Congress to enact Federal Rules for Public Access to Electronic Court Record, Case Management, and Electronic Court Fling (PACER & CM/ECF), as quintessential for restoration of integrity of banking regulation and the courts in the United States, for restoration of the Rule of Law, and for the safeguard of Human Rights in the digital era.   Human Rights Alert also called upon the United States to effectively engage in a cooperative effort with internationally charged observers and rappeurtors, as part of the ongoing UPR process from 2010 to 2014.
Human Rights Alert (NGO) 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, California, and beyond. Special emphasis is given to the unique role of computerized case management systems in the precipitous deterioration of integrity of the justice system.
 10-01-10 United Nations Human Rights Council Records for 2010 Review (UPR) of Human Rights in the United States:
 Peer-reviewed paper published by Dr Zernik, opining fraud in the electronic prisoners’ registration system of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department:
10-08-18 Zernik, J: Data Mining as a Civic Duty – Online Public Prisoners’ Registration Systems, International Journal on Social Media: Monitoring, Measurement, Mining 1: 84-96 (2010)
 Peer-reviewed paper published by Dr Zernik, opining fraud in the online public access and electronic case management systems of the United States courts (PACER & CM/ECF):
10-08-18 Zernik, J: Data Mining of Online Judicial Records of the Networked US Federal Courts, International Journal on Social Media: Monitoring, Measurement, Mining, 1:69-83 (2010)
Some of the judges which were referenced by Human Rights Alert (NGO) relative to corruption of the State of California Courts:
Jacqueline Connor, Judge, Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
J Stephen Czuleger, former Presiding Judge, Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
Terry Friedman, Judge, Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
Ronald George, Chief Justice, California Supreme Court
Lisa Hart-Cole, Judge, Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
Charles McCoy, Presiding Judge, Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
Deborah Sanchez, Judge, Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
John Segal, Judge, Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles
David Yaffe, Judge, Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles