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UN Lawyer de Serpa Soares Thumbed Nose at Law in Haiti and Press Freedom Out June 10

by Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Book Substack

UN GATE, May 28 –  How corrupt and lawless is the United Nations?

Consider Antonio Guterres' outcoming chief of "Legal" affairs, Miguel de Serpa Soares.

He oversaw the ouster of Inner City Press first from its longtime UN work space, then from the UN as a whole.

His response to a pro bono legal letter was to assert unlimited immunity, including no coverage of the UN by the First Amendment or any binding free press principles.

   He also put in writing the UN's contempt for accountability for bringing cholera to Haiti, killing over 10,000 people. 

  His position is open for bidding / purchase, until June 10. Any actual lawyer would have to belatedly answer the pending letters of Quinn Emanuel and Duane Morris for a dialogue on restoring the Press to the UN. Watch this site.


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