Following the first day of Edward William Ellis’ Application to Commit proceedings at the Royal Courts of Justice, we have absolutely no idea what evidence was presented.
Nor do we know exactly which offence the self-styled “Equity Lawyer” is alleged to have committed, nor even who (if anyone) is making his defence arguments.
However, we do have the following list of Very Important Grievances, courtesy of Grievance Collector in Chief Neelu:
10.30am tomorrow 21 Feb 2018. We are back in Court 12, Royal Courts of Justice Strand London WC2A 2LL UK for the second day of the committal hearing Ministry of Justice V Equity Lawyer Edward William Ellis
So these were the administrative frauds I witnessed:-
1. The court room was changed from Court 11 to Court 12, at the last minute, without Notice or Reason, to deny public attendance
2. Public were told to switch phones off and no texting allowed even on silent to inform the public of the venue change to prevent public attending Court 12
3. Public were turned away because there was no notice outside Court 11 until some time later
4. The Judge refused applications to recuse herself on grounds of conflicts and then constantly interrupted the oral evidence to conceal the evidence of corruption
5. Drilling started in Court 12 at 3.30pm making the oral evidence of Mr Ellis inaudible
6. Microphones were turned off
7. No case reference was used in the listing so there would be no appeal or location in the case of a “disappearance”
8. The change of court means the court tapes would be impossible to locate for transcription services
9. There was no independent human witness giving any evidence against Mr Ellis but there were over a dozen supporters who came in their own time and at their own expense in support of Mr Ellis
10. A journalist appeared to be escorted in and out by Ms Eatough and Ms Clow of WG08 – he said he would not be covering the story after he heard the witness evidence of corruption against the State by Mr Ellis
Where to even begin?
First, we are shocked—shocked, we tell you!— at the dastardly RCJ for changing the courtroom for the one next door. This injustice shall not stand!
As for being forced to turn off electronic devices, this is mos’ def’ an infringement of the personal freedoms of those in the public gallery. We suggest that they launch a human rights complaint at very least. Of course, they’ll have to wait until Mr Ellis has time in his busy schedule, but what price freedom, we ask you?
And what’s this about drilling in the next courtroom? Surely this was a deliberate attempt on the part of the court to squelch Mr Ellis’ oral evidence. Fortunately, we’ve heard him in person, and can attest to his stout vocal capacity.
Complaint #9 does puzzle us a bit: “no independent human witness” giving evidence against Mr Ellis? Does this mean that dependent robots were employed? Or perhaps Lord Ashtray dropped in to give his considered opinion? We hope Neelu fills us in, we’re dying to know.
We think we saw the journalist who “said he would not be covering the story after he heard the witness evidence of corruption against the State by Mr Ellis”: he was staggering along outside the RCJ, alternately cackling to himself and waving a clenched fist at the sky. We thought we heard him say, “‘Go into law reporting’, they said. ‘It’ll be fun!’ they said….” before he wandered off to drown his sorrows at Ye Olde Cheshire Cheese down on Fleet St.
Tune in tomorrow, when we’re sure Neelu will have even more grievances to report. We might even find out what happened. Hey, miracles are possible!