Please notice the March 18, 2010 Message #1, copied below, originating from OAK, the umbrella organization of NFOJA. which presumably went to a much larger distribution.
Please also notice on the same date the March 18, 2010 Message #2, copied below, which was issued directly by NFOJA
In Message #1, a claim of Conspiracy to Abuse Rights is listed, and contributions for filing with the US and the UN are solicited.
In Message #2, copied below, originated directly from NFOJA., a statement was included that no claim of violation of Human Rights would be made in the submission to the UN.
This message is addressed to Attorney Zena Crenshaw, who issued such conflicting messages. This message is also copied to Paula Michaud, since like Attorney Zena Crenshaw, she is listed as one of the organizers of OAK.
Based on such conflicted public notices and solicitations, and absent a reasonable explanation, a reasonable person would be hard pressed to give OAK and NFOJA any credit as legitimate organizations committed to the safeguard of Human, Constitutional, and Civil Rights in the US.
This message would be also forwarded to the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, with the suggestion that such conduct as shown below may undermine the integrity of the filings forwarded to the UN as part of the periodic Universal Review.
MESSAGE NO 1: FROM UMBRELLA ORGANIZATION OAK
Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2010 23:26:20 +0000 (GMT)
Subject: Proposed Submission on the State of Human Rights in America
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Organizations Associating for the Kind of Change America Really Needs
A message to all members of OAK
As you may know, the U.N.’s Office of the High Commissioner of Human Rights will review the United States’ human rights record in November 2010.
The U.S. State Department is soliciting comments from citizens, advocacy groups and other non-governmental organizations on the human rights record of the United States.
National Judicial Conduct and Disability Law Project, Inc. (NJCDLP) is preparing comments for consideration by and hopefully submission with its sister organizations: National Forum On Judicial Accountability (NFOJA); the legal reform organization POPULAR, Inc. (Power Over Poverty Under Laws of America Restored); and OAK, a national consortium of grassroots advocates (Organizations Associating for the Kind of Changes America Really Needs).
The joint submission would go directly to:
1. The U.S. State Department as requested;
2. The U.N.’s Working Group on the Universal Periodic Review;
3. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder pursuant to POPULAR’s current campaign for fervent prosecution of 18 U.S.C. sections 241 (conspiracy to violate federal rights) and 242 violations (violation of federal rights under color of law); and
4. Appropriate members of Congress as part of OAK’s Grass On The Hill Day 2010.CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE
Visit OAK at: http://oak4change.ning.com/?xg_source=msg_mes_network
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MESSAGE NO 2: FROM AFFILIATE ORGANIZATION NFOJA
As noted in communication with Zena elsewhere, I believe that there is more than sufficient evidence, based on exhaustive litigation and/or social science research, and/or (not mentioned above) official government reports, to prove large-scale violations of Human Rights, at least in Los Angeles County, California.
In that I refer first and foremost to the case of the Rampart-FIPs (Falsely Imprisoned Persons).  PSB Frontline  estimated between 8,000 - 16,000 thousand persons, almost elusively black and latinos, about a third of them still juveniles at that time (1998-2000), who were falsely convicted and falsely sentenced to long prison terms, in what was similar to the current "cash for kids" scandal in Luzerne County, PA. However, in Los Angeles, a decade later, only 200 of them, at most, were released. A government report in 2006 - the Blue Ribbon Review panel (2006)  concluded "innocent people remain in prison". It also documented that police, prosecutors, and the judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court, in concerted conduct, prevent the release of the victims. The Blue Ribbon Review Panel recommended an "external investigation", which the US agencies are refusing to institute. FBI and US DOJ, through years of complaints and requests refused to take any action in this regard.
Second - the case of Richard Fine  - 70 year old former US prosecutor - was extensively litigated and is uniquely documented. He has been held in solitary confinement in a hospital room for over a year, following exposing that ALL judges of Los Angeles County took "not permitted" payments of ~$47,000 per judge, per year (which still go on today). On February 20, 2009, the California Governor signed dubious "retroactive immunities" to all such judges, in a state where the Constitution prohibited retroactive laws. On March 4, 2009 Richard Fine was taken by the Sheriff's Department Warrant Detail - all be it - with no warrant and with no conviction/judgment/sentencing ever entered at all. Richard Fine has been held by the Sheriff ever since.
Third - the evidence is overwhelming for racketeering of southern California judges, at least in Los Angeles County, in real estate litigations, in litigations pertaining to Los Angeles County, and more. Credible evidence for racketeering by San Bernardino County judge is also available. Judges of San Diego County were previously convicted for racketeering.
In Sum: In view of all of the above, an a priori decision by NFOJA not to claim any Human Rights violations by the US in such UN review, absent some better reasonable explanation, remains incomprehensible.
Por favor note que el 18 de marzo 2010 Mensaje # 1, con copia a continuación, originarios de Oak, la organización paraguas de NFOJA, en la misma fecha que el 18 de marzo 2010 Mensaje n º 2, a continuación, que fue emitido directamente por NFOJA. En el Mensaje n º 1, que presumiblemente iba a una distribución mucho más amplia, una reivindicación de conspiración para violar los derechos en la lista, y las contribuciones para la presentación con los EE.UU. y la ONU se solicitan.
En 18 de marzo 2010 Mensaje n º 2, copiado a continuación, se originó directamente de NFOJA., Una declaración que se incluyó ninguna reclamación de violación de los Derechos Humanos se hizo en la presentación.
Tales avisos públicos en conflicto y solicitudes, a falta de una explicación razonable, que una persona razonable sería difícil dar OAK y NFOJA ningún crédito como organizaciones legítima, comprometida con la salvaguardia de los Derechos Humanos, constitucionales y de derechos civiles en los EE.UU..
Este mensaje se transmitió asimismo a la Alta Comisionada de las Naciones Unidas para los Derechos Humanos, con la sugerencia de que tal conducta como se muestra a continuación puede poner en peligro la integridad de los documentos presentados remitido a la ONU como parte del examen periódico universal.
~ ~ jz