We have received word recently that Melanie Vritschan, President of The International Coalition Against Electronic Torture and the Robotisation of Living Beings (ICATOR), the international cybertorture human rights group, has obtained an attorney and is preparing for a class-action lawsuit. The case will be filed against mostly European governments who are signatories to the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).  

The attorney is charging a retainer fee of $13,000 which the Europeans will be fund-raising for in the near future.  

Those outside of the ECHR's jurisdiction - such as the United States, China, Japan, etc. - may also participate by filing amicus briefs in support of the lawsuit once it is filed, although compensation can only be received by registered plaintiffs.  An amicus brief can be filed by a person or an organization.  

We will be updating the community further  as to the status of the developing lawsuit in the coming weeks.  

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  • Lawsuit should be against UK (10 D st)for Civil/ Constitutional/ Human rights violations and not limited to criminal fraud
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