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Human Rights Alert (NGO)

Joseph Zernik, PhD


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91313 3144 "

PO Box 31440, Jerusalem 91313, Israel; josephzernik@humanrightsalertngo.org ; 123456xyz@gmail.com;

13-03-17 In RE: RSZ (25607-03-13) in the Haifa Magistrate Court - Three (3) falsified decision records / simulated service of process, received by certified mail from the Clerk of the Court and from Attorney Amos Sadika
The three Decision records of the same date in the name of Magistrate Esperanza Alon in the same file' were received by certified mail, similar to service of court records. All three Decision records were unsigned, and were addressed to a person, who was not a party to the litigation. The Decision record from the Clerk of the Court was accompanied by an unsigned authentication letter by an unnamed Clerk, and the two contradictory Decision records from the Attorney included no authentication letter at all. All three Decision records purported to summon the receiver to litigation, to which he was not a party at all. One of the two contradictory Decision records received from the Attorney provided 60 days for response, while the other Decision record provided 45 days for response, and set a date for a hearing within 18 days... The Chief Clerk of the Court, Mr Israel Hen, refuses to certify any of the Decision records of the Magistrate Court, and also refuses to produce a copy of his appointment record as Chief Clerk. The 2013 Human Rights Alert (NGO) was titled Integrity, or lack thereof in the electronic records of the courts of the State of Israel, and subtitled, a court that refuses to certify its own records, is certified corrupt.

Under the new electronic record systems of the Israeli courts, many of the courts' decisions are issued as Post-it Decision, a framed, electronic image, here appearing at the top left corner of the face page of each of the records below. The unsigned text inside the frame is the order. In the Israeli courts, as is the case in many other courts that originated in the English common law, summons must be issued under the signature of the Clerk of the Court. In recent years, a growing number of cases have been documented of judges of the Israeli courts falsifying their own court records. In some jurisdiction outside Israel, falsifying court decisions and simulating legal process are consider felonies, and one of the predicated acts of white collar crime organizations.
# 1 Record Page # 13-03-17a DECISION on Request to Add with Decision - 60 days to 2 respond - by mail from Clerk of the Court 13-03-17b DECISION on Request to Add with Decision - 60 days to 9 2 respond - by mail from Attorney Sadika 13-03-17c DECISION on Request to Add with Decision -45 days to 16 3 respond, early proceeding - by mail from Sadika LINKS: [1] 12-06-04 Human Right Alert's Submission; 2013 UPR of the State of Israel: Integrity, or lack thereof, of the electronic record systems of the courts of the State of Israel http://www.scribd.com/doc/92826212/ [2] 12-05-10 Human Right Alert's Appendix I to Submission; 2013 UPR of the State of Israel: Integrity, or lack thereof, in the electronic record systems in the courts of the State of Israel http://www.scribd.com/doc/108663259/ https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B8Aa2xQGbmk5cjNxd2szX05oMkU

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