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A modified original action before the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS)

Plaintiff  Zena Crenshaw-Logal, J.D. states this claim for relief loosely pursuant to Title 28 U.S.C. §1251(b)(1) [ SCOTUS original actions for foreign ambassadors and the like ], in substantial compliance with Title 28 U.S.C. §2674 [ Federal Tort Claims Act ], and in accord with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 23 [ Class Actions ] individually and as Envoy/Representative Party for “the People to alter . . .” U.S. government, all within the power vested in us by natural law, including our inherent right to self-defend, given the inalienability of those rights, our privileges and immunities as American citizens, plus circumstances countenanced by our Declaration of Independence.

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U.S. leaders have acquiesced to our persecution long enough.  AUI is taking the matter to the International Criminal Court.

"Belinda Parker-Brown and Dr. Zena Crenshaw-Logal, pursuant to Article 15 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, as duly authorized representatives of the unincorporated association of American citizens operating under the banner of America United International (AUI), which is an initiative of Louisiana United International, Inc., submit . . . information as well as evidence probative of 'Crimes against humanity' . . . . by Joseph Robinette Biden Jr., President of the United States of America".


Tell Congress to stop isolating Americans from the international human rights community and global human rights protection mechanisms.

It may seem more important to fight for redress than focus on an international human rights treaty that obliges America to supply effective avenues for redressing organized U.S. legal system abuse. However, America’s legal system is the world’s Gold Standard for a fair and impartial administration of justice. It should only seem logical that sweeping reform(s) of it must be based on almost universally accepted propositions.

America’s International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) is not an alternative to other routes for pursuing relief from organized U.S. legal system abuse.  Instead, it mandates that Americans be supplied EFFECTIVE avenues of redress for any such offense.  Our current options have long shown themselves ineffective for that task; tantamount to shell games.  So, while we often have no choice but to push through them for justice, it makes sense to simultaneously insist that America comply with its ICCPR.  Also, Congress needs to stop isolating Americans from the international human rights community and global human rights protection mechanisms.


We will take it to the streets.

Responsible but determined advocacy.
Let's take it to the people we need to persuade in every lawful way imaginable.

Fight Peacefully


Leading this aspect of AUI's challenge of organized U.S. legal system abuse facilitated by unchecked judicial misconduct will be Doctors of Courage.

Doctors of Courage is an organization with the mission to stop illegal federal government overreach into medicine. The federal government's misuse of U.S. Code 21, The Controlled Substance Act, the Comprehensive Forfeiture Act of 1984, and the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) -- all designed to be used against offshore drug cartels -- is now being used against legitimate, compassionate physicians treating pain in the United States. The War on Drugs has become the War on Doctors in order to attack minority physicians, confiscate assets, provide jobs for defunct government agencies and make money to justify their existence. This Justice System abuse has seriously damaged the medical profession, making it unsafe to practice, and forcing legitimate patients with legitimate pain -- which is 1/3 of the population -- to suffer or die. The entire basis for the War on Drugs was racist and needs to end.  Doctors of Courage has the knowledge to bring the War on Drugs to an end, and end government overreach into medicine.

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AUI's own Dr. Zena Crenshaw-Logal, her late husband, Mr. Rodney A. Logal, and colleague, Dr. Andrew D. Jackson, co-founded Opt IN USA's nonprofit corporate sponsor.  Indiana's legal system was Ground Zero in the effort to keep AUI and America's ICCPR compliance from ever coming to past.

On May Day 2016, Dr. Crenshaw-Logal wrote several high-ranking U.S. officials, including President Barack Obama:

So far sixty-eight (68) people have petitioned you, Mr. President, to have representatives from the D.C. office of our DOJ intervene in Indiana to fairly address the referenced decades of objectively discernible persecution permeating Indiana’s legal system and extending to the Seventh Circuit federal courts to the immediate peril of my husband and I as well as Dr. Jackson.

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Although our plight has involved death and incarceration threats and is linked to possible murders and the bribery of an Indiana state judge, thousands of Americans could undoubtedly pen a more wretched nightmare of U.S. legal system abuse than the considerable tribulations of my fellow NJCDLP founders and I.  Nonetheless, through great personal sacrifice, Dr. Jackson, my husband, and I have been forging lawful, sensible, balanced, system-wide solutions for nearly two (2) decades.  Our local public sector and private sector adversaries are quickly ending our ability to make that contribution which, as humble as it is, represents the only chance for vindication of many Americans. 

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