the State of Israel. Therefore, it remains at least unclear, what authority Ms SarahLifschitz holds to issue such letter and sign it as she did.The evidence as a whole shows that Ms Sarah Lifschitz has occupied the office of theChief Clerk since 2002, for over a decade, with no lawful appointment record. 
Ms Lifschitz's December 20, 2012 letter followed Dr Zernik's notice of withdrawal from incompetent process.The notice in part says:
On November 15, 2012, the Petitioner delivered to Chief Clerk Sarah Lifschitz a letter regardingcompetence of the registration of records in this case. In his letter, the Petitioner wrote:The listings in the online public access system of the Court under the file name andnumber, referenced above, increasingly appear confusing, if not false and misleading:[
On October 23, 2012, only the filing of one paper is listed under "Events"; Petitionerfiled two papers on that date.
On November 05, 2012 the filing on an "Appeal" is listed under "Events"; Petitionerfiled no appeal in this case, where it remains unclear where an appeal could haveoriginated in.
On November 07, 2012, the filing of a "document" is listed under "Events" with noname of Filer or any further details regarding the nature of the paper; Petitioner filedno paper, neither was he noticed of the filing of any paper by the Court or any otherparty on that date.Therefore, the Petitioner writes to request that the Chief Clerk provide a certified docket – a list of the papers that were entered into registration [ ] in the abovereferenced case by the office of the Clerk of the Court… With it, the Petitioner requeststhat the Chief Clerk of the Supreme Court provide a copy of her due AppointmentRecord.Given the refusal of the Chief Clerk to respond on this matter and to initiate the necessarycorrective actions, the listings, now appearing under this case file in the online public accesssystem, should be deemed false and deliberately misleading.Therefore, the Petitioner finds any further filing of records under the above referenced captionunworthy, and he provides herein notice to the Court regarding withdrawal from the process, as aletter to the Chief Clerk. With it, the Undersigned will continue his efforts to materialize the rightsfor Fair Hearings and Competent National Courts for Protection of Rights.
The 2013 Human Rights Alert's submission to the Human Rights Council of theUnited Nations documents unprecedented corruption of the electronic records of the Supreme Court of the State of Israel, starting in 2002, under Presiding Justice Aharon Barak. Numerous falsified decision records were discovered, which appearcertified by the late Chief Clerk Shmaryahu Cohen up to five (5) years after his deathin 2002. Ms Sarah Lifschitz has been occupying the office of Chief Clerk of theSupreme Court ever since. However, in 2012 the office of Administration of Courtsdenied a request, pursuant to the
Freedom of Information Act
, for the AppointmentRecord of Sarah Lifschitz, claiming exemption for "records of internaldeliberations".Effectively, conditions, which have been established in the Supreme Court throughimplementation of the current electronic record system and undermining theintegrity of the Office of the Clerk, amount to denial of access to the Court.The Human Rights Alert's 2013 submission is titled, "integrity, or lack thereof, of the electronic record systems of the courts of the State of Israel", and subtitled, "acourt, which refuses to certify its own records, is certified corrupt".The conduct of Bank of Israel under Governor Stanley Fischer, detailed in theunderlying petition,permitted Israeli banks to fabricate their own bankingregulations in the State of Israel in response to the US FATCA, and then permittedthe same banks to extort compliance of their "US Persons" customers with such