First step in honestly addressing the problems in the U.S. justice system and the U.S banking regulatory system, underlying the current financial crisis.
Date: Sat, 05 Sep 2009 16:04:32 -0700
To: Joseph zernik
From: joseph zernik
Subject: Request for U.S. House and Senate individual members, accountable as such, to extend public welcome statements to international observers, or international study groups, or international visitors to observe conditions prevailing under the current financial crisis.
Bcc: U.S. Congress NGOs & Others
Individual members of U.S. Congress, accountable as such
Joseph H Zernik, of the People of the United States, and of the People of Los Angeles County, California
Dr Joseph H Zernik, Resident of Los Angeles County, California, herein publicly addresses the individual members of the U.S. Congress, with a request to extend their individual public welcome statements to international visitors, who may wish to observe the U.S. justice system, the U.S. banking regulatory system, and conditions in Los Angeles County, California, or elsewhere in the U.S.A., under the current financial crisis.
WHEREAS, events that are centered in Los Angeles County, California, including, but not limited to events related to individuals who are Dr Joseph Zernik, Ms Diane Frazier, Att Richard Fine, and the estimated 10,000 Rampart-FIPs, elaborated and credibly evidenced below, all stemmed from the alleged collapse of the justice system in Los Angeles County, California;
WHEREAS, such events are also directly related to the causes of the current financial crisis, including, but not limited to the collapse of Los Angeles County-based Countrywide Financial Corporation (CFC);
WHEREAS, credible evidence was provided of alleged perversion of justice, combined with deference to the courts by CFC and Bank of America Corporation (BAC);
WHEREAS, credible evidence was provided of the refusal of FBI, US Department of Justice, and other U.S. law enforcement agencies to enforce the law;
WHEREAS, credible evidence was provided of the failure of the court system in the U.S. to address grievances by an individual against alleged corporate racketeering by CFC and BAC, including, but not limited to: (1) LA Superior Court, (2) U.S. District Court LA, (3) U.S. Court, District of Columbia;
WHEREAS, members of the U.S. House and Senate were routinely informed of such conditions in the past two years, and failed in their efforts to provide assistance;
WHEREAS, such events demonstrate alleged FAILURE OF U.S. GOVERNMENT TO ESTABLISH AND GUARANTEE EQUAL PROTECTION, COMMON LAW RIGHTS OF ACCESS TO COURT RECORDS - TO INSPECT AND TO COPY, FAIR TRIBUNALS, AND OTHER HUMAN RIGHTS PURSUANT TO THE UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS - RATIFIED INTERNATIONAL LAW;
WHEREAS, credible evidence demonstrates that the U.S. GOVERNMENT IS NOT READY, WILLING, ABLE, TO EXERT EFFECTIVE REGULATION OF U.S. FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, albeit, it is imperative to re-establish international confidence in the U.S. banking regulatory system in order to emerge from the current crisis;
WHEREAS, extending a welcome to international visitors may be the first step in honestly addressing the problems in the U.S. justice system and the U.S banking regulatory system, underlying the current financial crisis.
THEREFORE, individual members of the U.S. Congress, accountable as such, are called upon, particularly those who represent California, or Los Angeles County, or those sitting on Judiciary, Banking, Financial Services, and Oversight Committees, to extend their individual public welcome statements to international observers, or international study groups, or international visitors, who may be interested in visiting the U.S.A., particularly California and Los Angeles County, and observe conditions prevailing under the current financial crisis.
Signed here, in Los Angeles County, California, on the 5th of September, 2009
_____/s/ Joseph Zernik____________________ Joseph H Zernik
1) Stanford Law Faculty.
2) Basel Committee
3) U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights
4) Chinese Embassy, Washington DC
5) Attorneys for SEC
6) Attorneys for BAC
Independent Auditor of BAC
The complete letter with attached links to evidence can be viewed at: