Hospitals & Asylums
On 20 September 2006 I received a response from the American Bar Association Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative (ABA/CEELI) that stated,
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At first glance the CEELI program seemed like a distraction but I have enough respect for the American Bar Association to save the opportunity. The CEELI program comes well recommended by Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg of the Supreme Court of the United States in her remarks for the American Bar Association Center for Rule of Law Initiatives Annual Meeting in Istanbul, Turkey on 11 July 2006 where she stated, “Above the imposing entrance of the Courthouse in which I work, the Supreme Court of the United States, four words are etched in large letters: ‘Equal Justice Under Law’. Those words are still inspirational in the USA, as they are elsewhere in the world and some of our greatest lawyers have devoted their time and talent to hastening the day when they become a reality”.
Former Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Supreme Court of the United States stated, “CEELI volunteers are an inspiring example of global community service. These splendid, dedicated, talented and selfless lawyers have interrupted their lives and careers to make a difference in the world. To meet them and talk with them always fills me with pride in the spirit of volunteerism in our country”. *************
Judge Learned Hand, once delivered a moving address on the spirit of liberty. In it, he said that the spirit of liberty will never be, except as the "conscience and courage of [brave individuals] create it." We honor at this session four individuals who have strived each day to be part of that creation:
Edil Baisalov, President of the Coalition of NGOs for Democracy and Civil Society, Kyrgyzstan. Steadfast human rights advocate, he has promoted reform efforts designed to advance democracy and abate corruption in his country. He has persisted in doing so despite threats to, and even a violent assault on, his very life.
The Honorable Hector Ramirez Sanchez, Mexican jurist, who has promoted dispute settlement through mediation, first in his home State, then in various States across his country. He faced opposition from lawyers who saw mediation as a threat to their livelihood. And he overcame the inertia of legislative and executive officers to gain the resources necessary to put the principles of mediation he helped to draft into regular practice.
Yuri Schmidt, Chairman of the Russian Lawyers Committee in Defense of Human Rights, brave defender of individuals who served the public's right to know, to the discomfort and displeasure of governing authorities. No doubt he could live comfortably and safely simply by practicing law as head of Yuri Schmidt & Partners in Saint Petersburg. Not content with being a skilled artisan, he knows the large satisfaction a lawyer can gain by contributing vitally to the public good.
The Honorable Samuel Kofi Woods II, now Liberia's Minister of Labor. Through 24 years of turbulence, repression, and corruption in his country, he was an outspoken champion of human rights, social justice, and peace. Political prisoners, refugees, and truth-speaking journalists were the beneficiaries of his valiant efforts. During most of his lawyering life, he suffered state surveillance, slander, even death threats. Today he is playing a lead role in restoring the rule of law in Liberia.
Louis D. Brandeis, who graced the U.S. Supreme Court from 1916 until 1939, is one example. In his lawyering days, Brandeis was known as "the People's Advocate," because he thought it incumbent on members of the Bar to serve all people in their communities, the least advantaged no less than the most powerful.
A more recent example is Thurgood Marshall, who became a U.S. Supreme Court Justice in 1967 and served until 1991. As a lawyer, he represented legions of African-Americans accused, sometimes without just cause, of criminal activity. And during all his years at the Bar, he strived mightily to end law-enforced racial segregation in the United States.
Joseph P. Nadeau, Justice, New Hampshire Supreme Court stated, “CEELI not only provided me with the opportunity to provide a service to this newly emerging democracy, but it gave me new perspectives on our system of justice and will provide me with an educational reference for judges, students and the public in my own state.”
U.S. AID reported, “Partners and clients consistently praised CEELI’s contribution for being responsive, entrepreneurial, effective and appropriate.”
Judge Patricia M. Wald, former Judge, International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia said, “CEELI has played a vital role in creating and supporting indigenous institutions that seek to address local legal reform needs. In many cases, CEELI's work has focused on establishing new or strengthening existing institutions or training programs for local judiciaries. CEELI has also provided critical assistance to local bar groups in developing continuing legal education programs, to law students wishing to form student groups, to law faculty interested in modern teaching methods, and to women legal professionals seeking to form their own bar groups. **********-
My story is that I drafted an balanced Official Development Atlas for the States of the United Nations (SUN) in March 2006 however just as I was completing the $111 billion treatise for the benefit lending credence to 200 employee Google’s claim to such revenues whereas it is time for UNDP’s triannual revision of Human Development Data and a high estimate was in order, but just as I was finishing up the work, the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) sacrificed my last two prisoners to satan (Hebrew for prosecutor).
At first I enjoyed first ranking for the search words, “Hospitals & Asylums” however I was immediately poisoned as occurs at every conflict of interest with the ICTY and detractors soon slandered me at Google, who apparently could not remember me, whereas Google has neither email addresses listed nor an email trial in regards to censorship. Hospitals & Asylums is now ranked somewhere near 100th until the next time I think to make a request to the whole world on the equinox or solstice when I publish my quarterly journal. After beating the poisoning for a week I was arbitrarily arrested by a renegade social worker in breech of contract with me, his organization and 911 that nonetheless broke the five day MIRROR by ten days as explained in Hospitals & Asylums v. Health Alliance HA-9-9-06
It is my opinion that the $500 million held by ICTY is so bad that it can take the $111 billion SUN, WHO Director General Lee Jong-wook, 2.4 trillion US Budget, World Summit and 2006 Doha rounds out of circulation. To address my opportunities realistically I really need to redress my adversaries at that tribunal whereas neither I, nor the world, can afford to wait for the Completion Strategy (S/2002/678) that calls on the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) to take all possible measures to complete investigations by the end of 2004, to complete all trial activities at first instance by the end of 2008, and to complete all work in 2010, to run its course.
After recording the obituaries of Milan Babic and Slobodan Milosevic I came to the conclusion that for the most positive impact upon the balance of international law in the Hague the real estate and assets of the ICTY need to be seized by lawyers and philosophers native to Central Asia and Eastern Europe to establish a civil International Tribunal for Eastern Europe thereby restoring balance between civil and criminal law in the Hague, since the foundation of the International Criminal Court (ICC). For broader appeal and relevance to the contemporary issues of social change in an increasing globablized world the case of Prosecutor v. Carla del Ponte (Switzerland) and David Tolbert (USA) has be re-titled from the International Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia to the International Tribunal for Eastern Europe HA-25-12-04.
Negotiations were conducted in pursuit of a civil settlement for me and my financial firm in Jose Antonio Ocampo, Under Secretary General of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs v. Luis Moreno-Ocampo, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court HA-22-6-06 to let the UN know about the loophole the federal judiciary has used so as not to be offensive to Hebrew language. The disbarment of the ICTY was reinforced in the review of the International Bar Association ICC Monitoring and Outreach Programme HA-27-6-06 that was released in April and sets the stage for monitoring of all communications of the ICC, ICTY, ICTR and other UN tribunals by the IBA and relevant national bar associations to prevent any further perversion of justice.
After three days the CEELI makes sense to the full extent of my understanding of economic law. The economics text book that I have been using sets forth only two economic laws. First Say’s law states, “Supply creates its own demand, or desired aggregate expenditures will equal actual aggregate expenditures”. Second, Gresham’s law warns, “Bad money drives good money out of circulation”. With this opportunity to establish an International Tribunal for Central Asia and Eastern Europe it seems HA and the ABA will finally have the opportunity to put the US account deficit of greater than $1 trillion, if sufficient evasive measures are not taken by Congress before 31 September, to good use by putting the internationally influential bad money of the ICTY out of circulation, once and for all.
What I am proposing to CEELI is to draft a concept paper identifying and discussing primary issues of law relevant to Central Asia and Eastern Europe prior to the drafting process whereby the ABA’s strategy of in depth political opinion surveys would be conducted in Central Asian and Eastern European Bars regarding the establishment of an International Tribunal for Central Asia and Eastern Europe in the Hague where ICTY once contracted with everyone’s local secret police officer. The paper will set forth alternative solutions to the issues raised and provide information regarding current trends in the law, such as national development and prison population. The final paper will be written by working groups consisting of U.S. and foreign experts in the particular field.
All that I am asking for in return for a ten to twenty page concept paper on an International Tribunal for Central Asia and Eastern Europe is the $500 that CEELI offers for preparatory materials for a voyage abroad. With this money I would be happy to pay my November website dues and purchase a new US passport. As for the voyage I am a little leery of taking anything for granted as the result of my recent brush with death by poisoning at the hand of a secret police officer who probably didn’t get his start in Yuschenko, Victor HA-26-12-04. On the other hand I haven’t had a vacation for five years and would greatly appreciate the opportunity to visit Eastern Europe and Central Asia in furtherance of my career in international development as a journeyman rather than the forgotten scholar of the most lucrative treaties in the history of international law. Maybe we could even settle Bank Afghanistan Day HA-9-11-06. I hope this will lead to a long and lucrative partnership between HA and ABA in furtherance of my career that supplements my meager income immediately.
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2. Ginsburg, Ruth Bader Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court. CEELI.Remarks for American Bar Association Center for Rule of Law Initiatives Annual Meeting in Istanbul, Turkey on 11 July 2006
3. Miller, Roger LeRoy. Economics Today. Institute for University Studies. Arlington, Texas. Addison Wesley Longman, Inc. 1999-2000 Edition. 1997
4. Sanders, Tony J. Hospitals & Asylums. Bank Afghanistan Day HA-9-11-06
5. Sanders, Tony J. Hospitals & Asylums v. Health Alliance HA-9-9-06
6. Sanders, Tony J. Hospitals & Asylums. International Tribunal for Eastern Europe. HA-25-12-04
7. Sanders, Tony J. Hospitals & Asylums. Jose Antonio Ocampo, Under Secretary General of the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs v. Luis Moreno-Ocampo, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court HA-22-6-06
8. Sanders, Tony J. Hospitals & Asylums. Review. International Bar Association ICC Monitoring and Outreach Programme HA-27-6-06
9. Sanders, Tony J. Hospitals & Asylums. Yuschenko, Victor HA-26-12-04
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