7. The Magistrate never ruled on the Requester1's request for a copy of Chief Clerk KobiBleich's appointment record. Instead, she responded with a question: "How would thedemand for the appointment record of Mr Bleich advance the Request to Inspect?"8. In response to the Magistrate's question, quoted in 7, above:a. All decisions of the Court are served with a Transmittal Letter, under the authority of theChief Clerk, and such Letter is integral to the due service procedure. Therefore, integrity,or lack thereof, of the decisions as valid court record, depends also on the lawfulauthority of the Clerk of the Court.b. Instant Request again includes a request for certification by the Chief Clerk of the Court of the Magistrate's October 25, 2012 and November 19, 2012 decision, pertaining to theRequest to Inspect, pursuant to the
Regulations of the Court (Office of the Clerk)
– 2004,Article 6a. Article 6a of the Regulations says: "6a. Copies of Records (1996) – The Chief Clerks of the Courts are authorized to certify the a copy of a court record is true to theoriginal in the Court's file." Therefore, due appointment and due authority of Chief Clerk Kobi Bleich are essential for integrity and validity of the decisions and the process of theRequest to Inspect itself.c. As previously noted, to this date, no due appointment record of Chief Clerk Kobi Bleichhas been discovered, and the office of Administration of Courts refuses – with nofoundation in the law – to respond on a request, pursuant to the Freedom of InformationAct (1998) pertaining to the appointment record. Such conditions, combined withconduct of the Court now, pertaining to the Request to Inspect, described above(paragraphs 2-5, above), increase the concern that the Chief Clerk of the Tel-AvivDistrict Court is a simulated Chief Clerk, nothing more, and that process related to theRequest to Inspect is conducted as simulated process.Therefore, due appointment, or lack thereof, of Chief Clerk of the Tel-Aviv District Court isessential to the matter of integrity of the Request to Inspect itself.Additional evidence of simulated process in cases related to Moshe Silman and Social Securitywas recently discovered in the Tel Aviv District Court9. On November 19, 2012, additional records were discovered from the Appeal file (6909-01-10), which originated in instant case. Summary of the findings from these additional records isprovide in Appendix A.
These findings also support the conclusion that in matters related toMoshe Silman and Social Security in the Tel-Aviv District Court, simulated process was and/oris conducted.
Therefore, the Undersigned requests:
That the Honorable Court serve its decision on instant Request, signed by the Magistrateand accompanied by a Transmittal Letter signed by the Clerk, using visible signatures,either electronic or hand-written.b)
That the Honorable Court produce to the Requester1 copies of the Magistrate's decisionsdated October 25, 2012 and November 19, 2012, certified "True Copy of the Original",pursuant to the
Regulations of the Courts (Office of the Clerk)
– 2004, Article 6a.c)
That the Honorable Court enter in instant file an order on Chief Clerk Kobi Bleich toserve on the parties, including Requester1, a copy of his appointment records.Date: November 27, 2012[signature]