Fri Aug 18th, 2017 at 12:58:34 PM EST
I have for many years @ eurotib.com promoted PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) URL and search to provide subscribers primary source material which may or may NOT validate Anglo-merican reportage.
I've no idea whether national or EU gov't. provides similar public access to records of court proceedings in situ. eurotrib.com comment history does not obtain.
I had last promoted PACER 10 May 2009.
The purpose of this "diary" publication is to establish a permalink to PACER database of courts' recording in consideration of persistent innerboob doubts about the veracity of courts' recordings ("stenography"), or transcript of proceedings involving all interest parties to criminal and civil litigation.
PACER may be the only historiographic evidence that affirms or refutes ideals of "due process" by (English common) law, implying superior mete of justice by western European public intellectuals to all other precepts of "civilization". Usually method of capital punishment: humane execution by beheading v. pharmaceutical agent.
For example, PACER supplied the transcript of Paula Deen's deposition in a civil suit to innerboob subscribers. This was not a "leak". Anyone could have uploaded the record to a ISP host account. PACER is a public domain publisher. I read this testimony with interest to evaluate Title VII discrimination criteria since I sued my employer in '91.
eurotib.com subscribers may have not sued any employer for remedies to discrimination under which? national law or EU directives prohibiting discrimination.
eurotrib.com subscribers may have not "consumed" reportage concerning, for instance, celebrity Paula Deen's restaurant and prepared meal franchise operations. My understanding is eurotrib.com subscribers do not question US hegemony except when opportunities to condemn Germany's hegemony arise, regardless of domestic or interstate application of Basic Law occur to test governance of "liberal" enterprise (which are not people). And if Germany did support a publisher like PACER, eurotrib.com subscribers couldn't identify it or translate this material.