The HRA submission focused on large-scale fraud in IT systems of the US federal courts, used to deprive the people of access to justice. [1-2]
The HRA submission was incorporated by reference into the Summary of stakeholders' information under the section, Administration of justice, including impunity and the rule of law:
57. HRA NGO recommended restoring the integrity of the IT systems of the courts, under accountability to the Congress, with the goal of making such systems as transparent as possible to the public at large.193 (Summary of stakeholders' information, page 7)
 HRA-NGO Submission - as it appears on the UN HRC site
 Zernik, J., Human Right Alert's Submission filed with the Human Rights Council (HRC) of the United Nations for the 2015 Universal Periodic Review (UPR) of Human Rights in the United States: “Large-scale fraud in the IT system of the US federal courts - unannounced regime change?", scheduled for review in May 2015.
2014-09-13 Human Right Alert (NGO): UPR Submission - United States - 22nd session - "Large-scale fraud in IT systems of the US courts - Unannounced regime change?"
2014-09-13 Human Right Alert (NGO): Appendix to UPR Submission - United States - 22nd session - "Large-scale fraud in IT systems of the US courts - Unannounced regime change?"