The proof is in: America's federal and state judiciaries are co-opted and their proper function must be promptly restored to protect human rights
Presently, it is undisputed that America lacks effective redress for persecution and psychological torture imposed through abuse of America's legal system facilitated by unethical U.S. judges. America United International (AUI) contends that the U.S. judiciary is a black-robed hit squad to an intolerable extent as a result. Today, AUI submits to Congress compelling arguments if not conclusive proof that U.S. court racketeering has precipitated a human rights crisis.
By: America United International
The campaign is known as America United International (AUI), and today it makes that point among others in a 7-page submission to the U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee (SFRC) as well as the U.S. House Judiciary Committee (HJC).
"Our latest resort to the SFRC and HJC follows the last four years or so of us addressing related human rights concerns with the White House, its Department of Justice, and the U.S. State Department,"
Belinda Parker-Brown is co-founder and CEO of Louisiana United International, Inc., the nonprofit corporate sponsor of AUI. Parker-Brown is a globally acclaimed, grassroots community organizer and explains, "Folks think what's at hand is politics as usual. America supposedly does what it wants and no grassroots organization — not even the United Nations can 'make' it do otherwise according to folklore. But the corruption AUI combats is NOT about America protecting corrupt law enforcement officers, court clerks, private lawyers, public defenders, prosecutors, and judges (including quasi-judicial officers) . . . all in cahoots to violate rights. It is individuals we combat who perhaps under color of law, by-stand (or worse) to weaponizations of America's legal system. That's not government. It's likely a variety of criminal acts by mere criminals."
Both Crenshaw-Logal and Parker-Brown agree: "AUI's efforts to trigger U.S. compliance with relevant provisions of its International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) continuously affirm that the metaphorical Emperor of judicial oversight in America has no clothes. Fortunately, prison garb is readily available for suborning ineffective redress of judicial corruption and court racketeering in America. The ICCPR includes one of America's most explicit pledges to provide effective redress for human rights violations by rogue U.S. government agents. And, believe it or not, in response to AUI plus the plight of its constituents, America as a nation lacks sovereign power to disregard that pledge."
To learn more about and join or otherwise support the America United International campaign, please visit https://www.americaunitedinternational.net
Dr. Zena Crenshaw-Logal,
AUI Chief of Operations