The Schiller Institute has convened an “International Investigative Commission on Truth in Elections” which will meet on Saturday, November 28, 2020, from 12:00 – 3:00 p.m. (EST). A panel of distinguished international jurists will hear reports from qualified Americans related to the ongoing electoral process in the United States, which is a matter of great international attention and concern. This is not a partisan issue. Some of the participants are, in their own political views, pro-Trump; some are anti-Trump. But what brings them together is a far greater issue: a concern over the universal importance of truth in elections, and the need to hold the United States to the same high standard as its own Constitution demands.
The reports will address both irregularities in that electoral process as well as cyber capabilities that are known to exist and which have been used in foreign countries in recent years, and which may have been used inside the United States for the first time in 2020. Reports will be provided by, among others:
1) William Binney, former technical director at the U.S. National Security Agency.
2) Col. Richard H. Black (ret.), career Judge Advocate officer and former chief of the Army Criminal Law Division, Office of the Judge Advocate General, at the Pentagon.
3) Attorneys involved in the investigations of vote fraud in Michigan, Pennsylvania and other states (to be confirmed).
An international commission of jurists will hear the reports and consider the evidence presented. The panel may also choose to select a Rapporteur and subsequently issue a report on their findings. The panelists will include:
1) Marino Elsevyf (Dominican Republic): Attorney-at-law; member of the 1995 Martin Luther King International Tribunal (with Ramsey Clark, Amelia Boynton Robinson and others).
2) Simón Levy (Mexico): Doctor of Law from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM); former under-secretary of Tourism of Mexico; post-doctoral student of artificial intelligence, UC Berkeley.
3) David Meiswinkle (United States): Attorney-at-law in the state of New Jersey.
4) Juan Francisco Soto (Argentina): Constitutional attorney; legal counsel to Yacyretá Binational Entity (Paraguayan-Argentinian Yacyretá Dam).
Select media will be invited to audit the proceedings, which will be held over Zoom with simultaneous interpretation into Spanish and other languages. The event will also be live-streamed over the Schiller Institute’s YouTube channel.
Sidney Powell’s Michigan filing (Nov. 25)
Sidney Powell’s Georgia filing (Nov. 25)
Michigan exhibits / affidavits (Nov. 25)
Gettybsurg, Pennsylvania press conference transcript (Nov. 25)