Mr Eddie Cairns
72 Hillhouse Street
GLASGOW G21 4HP
13 May 2017
Ms Yvonne Anderson
Court of Session
EDINBURGH EH1 1RQ
Dear Ms Anderson,
I want to add the following to my complaint.
Lord Doherty and Court officials cannot credibly be regarded as unaware of my fundamental right to submit an application for the judicial review of an omission by a respondent.
Therefore Lord Doherty and Court officials can reasonably be regarded as having acted fraudulently in concert to exclude me from the Court on the basis of a fundamental falsehood known by Lord Doherty and Court officials to be false.
That known falsehood is the pretence that an application for a judicial review must disclose a decision to be reviewed. Published information by the Court proves that Lord Doherty and Court officials are fully aware of the fact that an application for the judicial review of an omission by a respondent is also valid.
In Scots law fraud has been defined as ‘the bringing about of any practical result by false pretences.’ (Macdonald, 52)
In a conspiracy each participant is responsible for the acts and omissions of all the other participants.
Consequently I have attached a copy of my judicial complaint against Lord Doherty which is held to be incorporated brevitatis causa in this complaint since it provides details of unethical conduct in respect of which Court officials also have responsibility since Lord Doherty and Court officials acted fraudulently in concert.