Calling upon the UN Human Rights Council to issue an honest and effectual 2010 Report on the US justice system and Human Rights in the United States
We, the undersigned, who live in the United States and elsewhere, call upon the Human Rights Council of the United Nations to engage in a thorough review of the justice system in the United States as part of the first ever - November 2010 - UPR (Universal Periodic Review) of Human Rights in the United States.
We call upon the Human Rights Council to issue in November 2010 an honest and effectual UPR Report, calling upon the United States to take effective measures to restore integrity of its judiciary and its justice system.
Conditions now prevailing in the United States amount to large scale abuse of the people by the government of the United States. Moreover, such conditions pose risks that are difficult to assess to world peace and welfare.
Such conditions were documented in both state and United States courts, be it civil, criminal, bankruptcy, or family courts.
Reports, which were filed by stakeholders as part of the UPR process, provided evidence of widespread corruption of the justice system in the United States: