Tuesday, 6 June 2017


Mr Eddie Cairns

72 Hillhouse Street


5 June 2017                 


Mr or Ms H Fraser

Clerking Services Manager

Court of Session

Parliament House

11 Parliament Square




Dear Mr or Ms Fraser,


I want to submit a formal complaint about your unfair, careless, negligent and fraudulent conduct in the handling of my proposed Initial Writ against the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner in concert with Lord Doherty.

You and Lord Doherty were fully aware of the fact that this proposed Initial Writ was against the Police Investigations and Review Commissioner yet you have sent me an interlocutor dated 25 May 2017 and signed by Lord Doherty in respect of a proposed Initial Writ against the Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service.

Your letter erroneously refers to my proposed Initial Writ as dated 23 May 2017 whereas it was dated 19 May 2017.

You inaccurately refer to the proposed Initial Writ as a Petition twice in your letter.

In any event the Court should not have presented the proposed Initial Writ to Lord Doherty for his consideration knowing that a related complaint is currently being considered by the Court.


The Court already notified me that my complaint against the Court submitted on 12 and 13 May 2017, which also involved Lord Doherty, was under consideration by the Court at the time the proposed Initial Writ was presented to Lord Doherty therefore in those circumstances there was a real possibility of bias against me.

Your acts and omissions in concert with Lord Doherty unlawfully denied me access to the Court.

In Scots law fraud has been defined as ‘the bringing about of any practical result by false pretences.’ (Macdonald, 52)

You and Lord Doherty falsely pretended that Lord Doherty was sufficiently independent and impartial to consider my proposed Initial Writ.

You acted in concert with Lord Doherty against me unfairly, carelessly, negligently and fraudulently. 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 dated 5 June 2017 which is held to be incorporated brevitatis causa in this complaint since it provides details of unethical conduct in respect of which you also have responsibility since you and Lord Doherty acted in concert against me unfairly, carelessly, negligently and fraudulently.

Yours sincerely,

                                   Eddie Cairns

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