Exposing Judges’ Abuse of Power, Obtaining Redress for Victims, and Compelling Reform
The erosion of the rule of law is one of the most important civil and human rights issue of our time. Judges, their judiciaries and color of law actors within America’s legal system who have violated the supremacy of the Constitution or law, must be held to redress for their heinous crimes against civil liberties. It is time to hold these public servants accountable for widespread fraud and liable to their victims. October 24, 2019: Reparations for victims of human rights violations are not optional, says a new report by UN expert Fabián Salvioli (Special Rapporteur) shall deal with situations in which there have been gross violations of human rights and serious violations of international humanitarian law.
by Christine Morrison
According to article 8 of the universal declaration of human rights, Article 2, subsections 3(a) and (b) of the ICCPR; and Article 26 of the Vienna Convention on the law of treaties; “everyone has the right to an effective remedy by the national tribunals for acts violating the fundamental rights granted to him by the constitution or by law.” Victims denied a fair and impartial administration of justice, should receive reparations without regard to applicable statutes of limitations or limiting provisions due to ineffective judicial/administrative remedies.