Current evidence provided by Human Rights Alert in its complaint was based on data mining surveys of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department online Inmate Information Center.  Such surveys documented that about half of the entries in the system include false and misleading records - most notably, records which attributed the authority for the confinements to various non existing courts. Moreover, even after repeated requests the Sheriff's Department refused to correct such data, and in response to inquiries pursuant to California Public Records Act it repeatedly provided such false and deliberately misleading records as the arrest and booking records of inmates.
The complaint noted that large-scale false imprisonments were deemed the hallmark of alleged widespread corruption of the Los Angeles justice system in report filed by Human Rights Alert (NGO) with the United Nations, as part of the first ever 2010 review (UPR) by the United Nations of Human Rights in the United States.  The recent decision of the US Attorney Office, Central District of California, to re-establish the Public Corruption and Civil Rights unit was therefore seen as an encouraging step.  Human Rights Alert noted in its letter to the US Attorney Office that one could not expect the office to address the matters prior to the UN review (scheduled for November 2010). However, the letter expressed the expectation that the US Attorney Office at least demonstrate the establishment in the immediate future of valid process for acceptance, acknowledgement, and review of complaints. It should be noted that large-scale false imprisonments of juveniles by state judges in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania - the Kids for Cash scandal, is currently prosecuted by the local US Attorney Office as racketeering, while the local courts are reviewing and reversing the convictions. Likewise, about a third of the Rampart-FIPs were estimated to have still been juveniles at the time of their framing and false convictions.  The other hallmark of widespread corruption of the Los Angeles justice system alleged in Human Rights Alert report to the United Nations was real estate and financial institution fraud under the guise of court actions. A separate complaint was previously filed with the US Attorney Office, Central District of California, accusing Mr David Pasternak, as a central figure in such conduct.  David Pasternak is former President of the Los Angeles Bar Association, former member of the California Judicial Council, former President of Bet Tzedek - a prominent Jewish charity, and current officer of the Chancery Club - a prominent legal voluntary association in Los Angeles.
Racketeering by the courts was previously prosecuted in San Diego, California, San Jose, California, and Chicago Illinois. A large-scale court corruption scandal is also currently prosecuted in El Paso, Texas, and corruption of the courts is also currently investigated in Florida. Such conditions are unheard of in other Western democracies.
Human Rights Alert complaint was copied to the UPR office of the United Nations and to the UPR office of the US State Department. UPR response by the US State Department to the United Nations is due in August 2010. Local, Los Angeles civic leaders, who previously rebuked corruption of the Los Angeles justice system, were copied as well: Prof David Burcham - former Dean, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, Prof Erwin Chemerinsky - Dean, UC Irvine Law School, and Attorney Connie Rice - former Chair of the Blue Ribbon Review Panel, and today - head of the Los Angeles Advancement Project.
Joseph Zernik, PhD
Human Rights Alert (NGO)
Richard Fine - 70 yo former US Prosecutor
Political Prisoner in Los Angeles, CaliforniaPlease sign the petition: Free Richard Fine
 June 28, 2010 Human Rights Alert (NGO) complaint of large-scale false imprisonments
 2006 Blue Ribbon Review Panel report
 Human Rights Alert: Data Mining as a Civil Duty � Online Prisoners Registration Systems.
 April 2010 Human Rights Alert report filed with the United Nations as part of the 2010 UPR of the United States.
a) Press Release:
 June 12, Los Angeles Times report of the re-establishment of Public Corruption and Civil Rights unit in Central District of California.
 June 28, 2010 letter by Human Rights Alert requesting documentation of the establishment of a valid process for acceptance, acknowledgement, and review of complaints filed with the Public Corruption and Civil Rights unit.
 The Rampart FIPs - a Review
 June 21, 2010 complaint against Mr David Pasternak, as a central figure in real estate and financial institution fraud under the guise of court actions.