Hospitals & Asylums
Jose Antonio Ocampo v. Luis Moreno-Ocampo HA-22-6-06
By Anthony J. Sanders
In this brief, the author, Mr. Anthony Joseph Sanders, hopes to identify with Mr. Jose Antonio Ocampo, the Under Secretary General of Economic and Social Affairs since September 2003, with whom the author ostensibly registered his non-governmental organization, Hospitals & Asylums, in January. Registration of Hospitals & Asylums (HA) has however not been affirmed and all service by the United Nations has ceased since the strange murder-suicides of the last two remaining cases detained at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia for which this brief seeks reparation, and the betrayal of Charles Taylor for which this brief seeks a published, neutral and fair trial. Damages to HA caused by corruption in the Hague require repair in two forms for harmony to be restored:
First, the unjustified severance of relations without trial by ECOSOC of HA is sought to be redressed, so that the bio-terrorists and superior orders from the Hague do not succeed in dishonoring the realistic yet positively balanced States of the United Nations (SUN) Official Development Assistance (ODA) Atlas in the 2006 revision of Human Development Data, for the next three years to do aggregate official assistance distributive justice to the tune of $111 billion US dollars in 2006.
Second, to settle this civil case swiftly and impartially the dignified representation of Mr. Jose Antonio Ocampo Under Secretary General is sought to transmit this brief to Mr. Luis Moreno-Ocampo, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, with the intention of receiving the €2,400 remittance for hours of work due the author before ICTY, and to then represent the financial interests of the HA NGO to Euro Millions Lottery International to make the €1 million settlement disposable for the benefit of the author, Mr. Anthony J. Sanders, for his birthday on 11 August 2006.
1. The timing of this brief is intended to restore confidence in the International Criminal Court (ICC) lost as the result of the censorship of numerous murders and false arrests witnessed by HA. A judgment condemning the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in which orders are given regarding the appointment of ethnically eastern european judges and justices to govern a civil International Tribunal for Eastern Europe in appropriation of the real estate and assets of the former criminal tribunal, is sought. Criminals have been far too successful in seizing the Hague and to restore the balance ECOSOC is compelled to enforce the civil law with a focus upon achieving the Millennium Development Goals for countries emerging from conflict this 2006.
2. The ICC must officially discipline those conspiring arresting and detaining officers for their misbehavior regarding the independence of lawyers and the judiciary in apology for the sudden liquidation of all Hospitals & Asylums cases held by the UN without so much as a letter apologizing for the unscheduled execution of Mr. Milan Babic, Mr. Slobodan Milosevic, arrest of Mr. Charles Taylor and probable poisoning of WHO Director General Lee Jong-wook in seeming rebellion against the campaign for UN legal reform, drafted by HA.
3. At 18:30 hours on Sunday 5 March 2006 Mr. Babic, a detained witness, was found dead in his cell at the United Nations Detention Unit in Scheveningen. The Detention Unit Medical Officer confirmed Milan Babic’s death shortly after his body was found, the Dutch authorities were called immediately who, confirmed that the cause of death was suicide. Although Mr. Babic initially participated in the Tribunal as a witness who needed protection he was betrayed and indicted on 17 November 2003. On 26 November 2003 Mr. Milan Babic surrendered to the Tribunal.
4. On Saturday morning, 11 March 2006, a prison guard found the former Yugoslav leader, Mr. Milosevic, lifeless in bed. It was an abrupt end to his four-year U.N. war crimes tribunal for orchestrating a decade of conflict that ended with 250,000 dead and the Yugoslav federation torn asunder. In April 2001 Mr. Slobodan Milosevic was arrested. He was extradited to the Hague that June. The trial began in February 2002. Strangely both his mother and father died of suicide, at different times.
5. On 20 June 2006, the Special Court for Sierra Leone (Special Court) transferred Mr. Taylor to the detention centre of the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague. On 29 March, the then President of the Special Court, Justice A. Raja N. Fernando, sent a letter to the President of the ICC, Judge Philippe Kirsch, requesting the use of the ICC facilities in order to conduct the trial. In his letter, Justice Fernando, referred to concerns about the stability in the region should Mr Taylor be tried in Freetown.
6. On Monday May 22, 2006 at 7:43 pm after Mr. Lee Jong-wook, Director-General of the World Health Organization died in Geneva before the annual World Health Assembly meeting 22-27 May while undergoing emergency surgery for a blood clot, subdural hematoma, in his brain. Lee, a native of South Korea, was 61 and received a medical doctor's degree from SNU and a master's degree in public health from the University of Hawaii. He worked for 19 years at the agency before becoming elected as the head of the U.N.'s health agency in May 2003. His term was to last five years.
7. The will is to codify the Health Assembly Resolutions HA/60/0 rather than WHA, whereas “laughter is the best medicine” so that we could "laugh in the face of death" rather than sound surprised, and for the WHO to seize the International Narcotic Control Board (INCB) and take responsibility for the regulation of narcotic drugs from the UN Office of Drugs and Crime that could change their name to just the UN Office of Crime and to overthrow the 6th Committee (Legal Committee) of the UN General Assembly by changing its name to the 6th Committee (Health and Science Committee), 7th Committee (Religious Committee) and 8th Committee (Legal Committee) .
8. To be fairer to the Hague than the Courts have been to HA, essays pertaining to judicial reform in the UN and/or US, submitted to HA shall be incorporated into the 4 July Justice of the Peace Act of 2006, that shall quarantine the judicial authority of the UN to the Bar, until such a time when there is Justice in Peace Palace, that we hope to hasten by making it our campaign to convince the Judges to rename the “President Judge” of the International Court of Justice to “Justice”.
9. The spiritual plane in the Hague has been profoundly affected by the proliferation of prosecution. When Peace Palace first began to dabble in slavery to punish the crime of genocide in Rwanda everyone thought it was just. The establishment of a Yugoslavian penal colony in the Hague was more disturbing. The Advisory Opinion Regarding the Legal Consequences of Constructing a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territories brought to light the disturbing fact that the word “prosecutor” is pronounced “satan” in Hebrew in debate. We are concerned that the Rome Statute may be misleading the satanic cults to warship and desire to see faith in justice and trust in civil and human rights restored in the UN. Wherefore the “Prosecutor” should change his/her job title to “Lawyer” or “Attorney” as the US federal courts and many counties not wishing their Judiciary to be offensive to the Hebrew language.
10. It has come to pass that the system of tribunals has been convicted of political persecution and we are now convicted that the criminal tribunal has outlived its validity under international accepted standards of human rights since the cessation of hostilities as advocated by the Commission on Human Rights and Committee Against Torture in regards to Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in accord with the US President who fluently expresses a desire to send all PoW home safely, as soon as possible.
11. On September 2004 Mrs. Laurence Blairon ICJ Information Officer wrote - the International Court of Justice (ICJ) and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) are two separate institutions. The ICJ is the principal judicial organ of the United Nations. It is a civil court whose role is to settle the legal disputes submitted to it by States and to give advisory opinions on legal questions referred to it by duly authorized UN organs and specialized agencies of the UN system. The ICTY, for its part, is a subsidiary organ of the Security Council. It is a criminal tribunal whose mission is to prosecute persons who allegedly committed war crimes or crimes against humanity in the former Yugoslavia.
12. HA applauds the decision to appoint Judge Rosalyn Higgins (UK) President, after confidence in Judge Shi (China) slumped as the result of reports regarding the death penalty in China that goes untried by the ICJ. The election of the only woman on the bench President eliminates a significant amount of concern regarding intentional discrimination against women and human rights whose advocates are often relegated to a status inferior to that of soldier. We anxiously await the announcement that she has changed her job title to, Justice.
13. The objective of this brief is to instill confidence in the Generals and Prosecutors of the United Nations, however in need of reform these job titles might be. As the result of actions and inactions taken by the United Nations, as disclosed by the press, it will be difficult, if not impossible, to restore trust in the status quo of the UN, anymore than the victims can be brought back to life. Significant judicial reform are therefore sought in this brief. HA shall address the issues of UN legal reform this 4 July in the Justice of the Peace Act of 2006 and again in a more thorough analysis of the organizational and ideological structure of the UN for the World Summit in September.
14. The purpose of this brief is to establish a means whereby the UN can make amends to HA in atonement of their crimes against humanity and in hope of making meaningful legal reforms to their government in accordance with this brief that seeks $2,400 compensation with the potential for investment in the Euro Millions Lottery for the return of nearly $1 million Euro that the Yugoslavian social security administration and UN could tax 33%-50%, in hopes that money laundering in the name of the Former Yugoslavia would cease, and justice would redirect military security to political development in constitutional and international law, that is peaceful, free and holy.
15. Mrs. Janet Krolls wrote on 20-2-06,
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16. Ms. Gretchen Laturner, the Vice-President of Awards wrote,
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17. Barrister Gary Tales told that the processing fee of (€1,960 ) One thousand Nine Hundred and Sixty Euros is in line with the European union law binding all Laws / Degrees, wherefore the professional economic representation of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs is sought to settle these claims in behalf of the author of HA by means of transmitting this €2,400 bill for the complete satisfaction of the International Criminal Court, in compensation for the damages to the time, health and reputation of HA so that the whole sum, less taxes, will be awarded by the ECOSOC NGO section in time for the author’s 32nd and his sister’s 30th birthday on 11 August 2006.
 In the Organizational Session of ECOSOC HA-19-1-06 Mr. Jose Antonio Ocampo stated: The 2005 World Summit made it resoundingly clear that this, in today’s terms, is the raison d’etre for ECOSOC – to help drive implementation of the internationally agreed development goals. And this 2006, is when the rubber meets the road. With the decision to perform the annual ministerial level reviews, we now have a mechanism for a truly unified approach to tracking and evaluating progress towards the goals. These reviews could provide a meaningful picture of overall implementation, especially if enriched by national presentations and voluntary reviews. As such, the annual reviews would best be placed in advance of the global policy dialogue and Development Cooperation Forum, to be held in alternate years. As it pursues this “evolutionary” approach, the Council has also been called to strengthen its capacities to anticipate and respond to emergencies that could impede or undermine progress towards the development goals. Operating in either mode, evolutionary or emergency, the Council would need to tap its unique Charter-given potential for coordinating the development efforts of the UN system and for engaging its many non-governmental stakeholders and partners. In closing, let me assure you that this is the strategic perspective guiding our own work in DESA and within the Executive Committee on Economic and Social Affairs. Indeed, in ECESA we have identified unified support to ECOSOC’s functions as our number one priority in our joint efforts and in our collaboration with UNDG. We are eager to support the Council and the entire ECOSOC family of organizations in whatever way we can.
 UN Chronicle: Human Rights Council HA-30-3-06
reports that on
 Official Development Atlas of the States of the United Nations (SUN) There are an estimated 6.6 billion human inhabitants on plant earth with a GDP of $54.170 trillion and per capita income of $8,360 this 2006. In 2003 UNDP estimated that $64.130 billion were administrated in ODA plus $33 billion from the Madrid Conference on the Iraq Reconstruction Fund - $97.13 billion annual total. In 2004 we reaffirmed our commitment in a $1 trillion decade to afford the UN Millennium Development Goals for 2015. In 2005 ODA could be estimated at approximately $89.13 billion plus remittances of migrants to their families, also known as direct investment of $167 billion, a total of $256. To Counsel the Committee on Contributions under Rule 160 of the Procedure of the General Assembly of 31 December 1984 concerning the apportionment of expenses for ODA every three years in the tri-annual Human Development Data report that seems to be due this 2006, in order to set, meet and exceed short and medium term goals for private and public international economic cooperation in this Official Development Atlas of the State of the United Nations.
 José Antonio Ocampo obtained his doctorate in Economics from Yale University and has been honored with the Alejandro Angel Escobar National Science Award. Prior to assuming his present position as United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Economic and Social Affairs, Mr. Ocampo served as Executive Secretary of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. He held a number of posts in the Government of Colombia, including those of Minister of Finance and Public Credit, Director of the National Planning Department and Minister of Agriculture. His academic pursuits have included service as Director of the Foundation for Higher Education and Development, Professor of Economics at the Universidad de los Andes and the Universidad Nacional de Colombia and Visiting Professor at both Yale and Oxford Universities. He is the author of numerous books and articles on macroeconomics policy and theory, economic development, international trade and economic history.
 Luis Moreno-Ocampo obtained his juris doctorate from Buenos Aires University Law School in 1978. Prior to being unanimously elected Chief Prosecutor by the Assemby of States Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court in 2003. Between 1984-92, as a Prosecutor in Argentina, Mr. Moreno-Ocampo was involved in precedent-setting prosecutions of top military commanders for mass killings and other large-scale human rights abusesHe has written several articles and a books. In 1992, Mr. Moreno-Ocampo resigned as Chief Prosecutor of the Federal Criminal Court of Buenos Aires, and established a private law firm, Moreno-Ocampo & Wortman Jofre, which specializes in corruption control programs for large firms and organisations, criminal and human rights law. Since 1991 Mr. Moreno-Ocampo has been an Associate Professor at the University of Buenos Aires. In winter of 2002 Mr. Moreno-Ocampo was a visiting professor at Stanford University and in Winter 2003 at Harvard University. He is the author of several books and articles.
 In his delious ramblings begging to be remanded from the US Supreme Court to the Board of Health whereas he was being tortured by means of both communicable disease and a torture chemical that has caused death in many circumstances involving the elderly, overweight and people with heart conditions HA-31-3-06 the author seeks to pursue the offer made by Euro Millions Lottery International made before the attacks on his health and the health of his “slaves” began. Over the course of the month of April Euro Million Lottery wrote to extend an offer to hand over nearly $1 million in two bank accounts. In conclusion of negotiations it was determined that the presence of Europeans could save a man from death row however a fee needs to be paid to access these bank accounts and the cost of fraud outweighed the potential benefits to the author. The representation of DESA is sought to land this €1 million in behalf of HA, unencumbered by spying as the result of the literate venue presented by the email subscription and EU membership in the HA NGO. Now that the cause for this generous settlement are apparent and concerns for personal health have subsided, the author feels 1 million Euro is a reasonable settlement.
 The Substantive session of 2005 E/2005/52 determined the theme for the substantive session of 2006 of the Economic and Social Council to be: “Achieving the Millennium Development Goals in countries emerging from conflict.” In E/2005/56 Towards achieving internationally agreed development goals including those contained in the Millennium Declaration. For those countries that do not have access to private financial flows, official development assistance (ODA) is a critical source of external financing. ODA has recovered from its decline in the 1990s, reaching $78.6 billion in 2004, a 4.6 per cent rise in real terms. While this recovery is encouraging, it is normally expected that ODA should provide new cash resources that allow recipient countries to increase development spending.
 The Special Court for Sierra Leone to use ICC Facilities for Trial of Charles Taylor. The Hague, 21 June 2006 The trial will be conducted by a Trial Chamber of the Special Court sitting in The Hague. The ICC will not conduct the trial of Mr Taylor. Under the terms of the MOU, the ICC will provide courtroom services and facilities, detention services and facilities and related assistance. All costs will be paid in advance by the Special Court, through a Trust Fund established by the ICC Registrar.
 §300b Renaming the UN Office of Crime and Joining it with the ICC of Chapter 8: Drug Administration Yield (DAY) directs - The UN Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) must be renamed to just the UN Office of Crime (UNOC) and re-affiliated with the International Criminal Court (ICC). The artificial fusion of drugs and crime is the most blatant form of corruption that exists in contravention to the UN Convention Against Corruption. While there may be a continuing connection between drugs and crime in the law this fascist plot must not be promoted in the prima facie of a UN agency. We must desist in the corruption of the armed forces with false claims to the second largest trade group. The principles of democracy distinctly warn us not to involve the armed forces as it is very easy for them to seize political power through the use of force and other illegal coercive practices. Furthermore when thoroughly corrupted armed people make war, destroy the fruits of social progress, undermine all aspects of civilization and rob the people of their freedom. Understanding this we now motion for the ICC to seize the UNOCD and change their name to the UNOC for the advisory opinion of the ICJ under Art. 107 of the Rules of Court.
 Chapter 2: Attorney General Education (AGE). Justice of the Peace Act of 2005. Calls for the renaming of Probate Court to the Justice of the Peace on the condition that they cease to slave the class of prisoners officially known as the alleged mentally ill (ami). This nick name brings to mind the French and English bilingual tradition in the Hague and ironically both of these courts have come to light charged with obstruction of the justice of the peace. Relations with these courts are similarly undermined by the absence of any independence from the criminal court that shamelessly intrudes upon civil law and politics and commits atrocious crimes to prevent peaceful developments from interfering with business model of crime and censorship, that threatens to undermine the global economy with the advent of the ICC in a coup de grace of the ICTY, as prosecution has undermined the marriages, wills, trust and estates of the American people, for centuries in the Probate Court. This year most amendments will come from this document, from Anthony J. Sanders v. Anthony J. Principi in Section one of the Military Department (MD) and Emiliano Gonzalez, Director US Citizenship and Immigration Service v. Alberto Gonzalez, Attorney General HA-11-4-06 when we hope to better understand the Hospitals & Asylums political philosophy in relation with the Organization Regulatory of Administrators of Continuing Legal Education (ORACLE).
 The idea of renaming of the President Judge to Justice is attributed to the day after Gov. Ernie Fletcher v. Attorney General Greg Stumbo (Kentucky) HA-15-5-06 was processed when the civil judgment for Unemployment Compensation was rendered. This case raises awareness of the philosophy and ethics pertaining to the removal of prosecutors and generals from civil cases. Society charges prosecutors with the duty of obtaining results that are just – not merely convictions. Young v. United States, 481 U.S. 787, 803 (1987); Tennessee v. Culbreath, 30 S.W.3d 309, 314 (Tenn. 2000); KBA E-275 (July 1983). Consequently, it is black letter law that an impartial prosecutor is a constitutional necessity. Young, 481 US at 811, Pennsylvania v. Balenger, 704 A2d 1385, 1389-90 (Pa. Super. Ct. 1997). When a prosecutor’s personal interests or biases threaten society’s interest in impartial proceedings, courts squarely hold that disqualification of that prosecutor is required. An important consideration emphasized by many courts in these cases is the dual nature of the prosecutor’s duty. The prosecutor’s mission is not so much to secure a conviction as it is to achieve a just result. The defendant is entitled to a full measure of fairness, and it is as much the prosecutor’s duty to see that the accused is not deprived of any statutory or constitutional rights as it is to prosecute. Thus, disqualification may be necessary if the trial court determines that the prosecutor has a conflict-of-interest which might prejudice him or her against the accused. Courts have concluded that disqualification from participation in criminal prosecutions was required or proper on the basis of . . . political confrontations. In Kentucky, KRS 15.733(2) governs conflicts of interest automatically requiring the disqualification of a prosecutor. Nunn v. Commonwealth, 896 S.W.2d 911, 913 (Ky. 1995). Recognizing that certain circumstances inherently jeopardize a prosecutor’s ability to remain impartial, KRS 15.733(2) statutorily defines those situations “when a prosecutor must disqualify himself/herself from prosecuting a case on the basis of a conflict-of-interest.” OAG 05-009 (2005).“Among these mandatory disqualifications are “when the prosecutor . . . has an interest that could be substantially affected.” OAG 05-009 (2005); KBA E-275 (cautioning against the risk of a prosecutor “‘over prosecuting’ a criminal action insofar as he has a vested interest in the outcome”).
 Advisory Opinion regarding the Legal Consequences of Constructing a Wall in the Occupied Palestinian Territory No. 131 on 9 July 2004 was reviewed in the third draft, the Will of the Palestinian People HA-11-11-04 where the court is cited as recalling the established jurisprudence that “The essential principle contained in the actual notion of an illegal act . . . is that reparation must, as far as possible, wipe out all the consequences of the illegal act and reestablish the situation which would, in all probability, have existed if that act had not been committed.”
 Art. 118 of the Third Geneva Convention is interpreted for the resolution of Afghanistan & Iraq v. USA HA-2-11-04 to mean that prisoners of war should be tried with respect for their dignity by their own nation who is expected to treat them humanely and see that serious offenders are punished with incarceration for a period and then released, lesser offenders receive counseling and probation and the innocent are set free.
 Report on the Situation of Detainees at Guantanamo Bay of 15 February 2006
 Committee Against Torture Consideration of Reports Submitted by State Parties under Article 19 of the Convention of 18 May 2006
 $750 million Draft Constitution for the Republic of Somalia HA-8-6-06 reports an increasingly powerful Islamic militia rolled through its newly captured territory and installed a religious court in one town as the remnants of a U.S.-backed alliance of warlords desperately tried to regroup. The Islamic Courts Union controls the Somali capital and surrounding areas after defeating the secular warlord alliance in weeks of battles that killed at least 330 people - many of them civilians caught in the crossfire. For a lasting peace a Constitutional Committee should be established as set forth in (188.8.131.52) of the Draft Constitution for the Republic of Somalia of 20 February 1995 and $750 million given to Somalian official development assistance this 2006 as estimated in the SUN a 1,200% increase from the $60 million in 2003 but a small contribution for 8.6 million people who live in Somalia, that is considered one of the absolute poorest nations in the world from the perspective of per capita income and political development.
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