Pics: Judge Esperanza Alon issued two different and contradictory decisions on March 17, 2013. and persists in her refusal to say which one is void and which one is valid. Mr Israel Hen appears as "Chief Clerk" of the Haifa Magistrate Court with no lawful appointment record. Mr Hen refuses to certify either of the two decisions "True Copy of the Original" or answer on the matter. Attorney Zadika served both. Through such fraud, attempt was made to falsely summon the recipient to court.
Judge Alon's May 25, 2013 decision was issued in response on a declaration, filed by Dr Zernik, which details evidence of criminal conduct in the Court, including fraudulent registrations in the Index of All Cases and the Calendar of the Court, conduct of simulated court proceeding and the issuance and service of simulated court decisions.  Such conduct was aimed at falsely summoning Dr Zernik to Judge Alon's court.
At the center of the evidence are two different and contradictory March 17, 2013 decisions, which were issued and served on behalf of Judge Alon, and were aimed at fraudulently summoning the recipient, Dr Zernik to Judge Alon's court:
- Judge Alon refuses to state, which of the decisions is valid and which is void.
- Mr Israel Hen, who appears as "Chief Clerk" of the Haifa Magistrate Court, albeit with no lawful appointment record, refuses to certify either decision "True Copy of the Original".
- Attorney Amos Zadika, who appears as the Conservator's Counsel in the matter. served both decisions, claiming that decision A was void, and decision B was the valid, corrected decision.
- Court employee issued a letter, albeit with no lawful authority, claiming that decision B was void, and decision A was the corrected valid decision.
In his May 22, 2013 Declaration,  Dr Zernik replies that a reasonable person, upon review of the evidence, is likely to conclude that Judge Alon is not a master of the "mystical secrets of court procedures", but "obstructionist with impunity" - worlds used by the self-immolated, social protest activist Moshe Silman in his last letter to describe the conduct of Judge Hagai Bernner and the Tel Aviv District Court. 
Following Judge Alon's refusal to respond on the May 22, 2013 Declaration, a repeat declaration was filed today, hoping that its language would be found "appropriate" by Judge Alon, and that she would finally provide explanation for her conduct in these court files. 
In parallel, Judge Alon continues to deny access to the corresponding court records, to a person, that according to Judge Alon is a party to the case. Dr Zernik claims that inspection of the court files would uncover additional evidence of fraud and obstruction of court process. 
Judge Alon has gained notoriety in the past as well:
- Judge Esperanza Alon wanted to judge an attorney, who was her former employee - but was recused by the Israeli Supreme Court for material concern of bias. 
- Divorced fathers claimed retaliatory conduct by Judge Alon. 
- Protests were conducted in front of Judge Alon's home by divorced fathers. 
The Human Rights Alert (NGO) submission was incorporated into the UN Human Ritghts Council Report (2013) on Human Rights in Israel with a note referring to "lack of integrity in the electronic records of the Surpreme Court, the disrtrict courts and the detainees courts in Israel".
The Human Right Alert (NGO) submission was incorporated into the UN Human Ritghts Council Report (2010) on Human Rights in the United States with a note referring to "corruption of the courts and the legal profession in California".
 In re: RSZ (1829-06-10) in the Haifa Magistrate Court – Judge Esperanza Alon's decision on notice of obstructionist conduct in the Court.
 In re: RSZ (1829-06-10 and 25607-03-13) in the Haifa Magistrate Court – Declaration of Joseph Zernik: Judge Esperanza Alon - master of the "mystical secrets of court procedure", or "obstructionist with impunity"?
 13-05-06 In re: RSZ (1829-06-10) in the Haifa Magistrate Court - Decision of Judge Esperanza Alon on notice of obstructionist conduct "mystical secrets of court procedures".
 13-06-20 In re: RSZ (1829-06-10) in the Haifa Magistrate Court – Repeat notice of obstructionist conduct in the Court
 13-05-22 In re: RSZ (25607-03-13) in the Haifa Magistrate Court – Repeat Requests to Inspect Court Files
 Judge Esperanza Alon wanted to judge in a case involving an attorney, her former employee\
 Judge Alon's conspirracy against Father Guy Shamir
 Demonstration in front of Judge Esperanza Alon's residence - YouTube