Human Rights Alert (NGO)
13-05-14 Presiding Justice of the Israeli Supreme Court is asked toproduce the Chief Clerk's appointment record
The evidence shows that Ms Sarah Lifschitz has occupied the office of Chief Clerk of the Israeli Supreme Court for over a decade with no lawful appointment record. Therequest for Ms Lifschitz's appointment record followed correspondence, where thePetitioner asked the Presiding Justice to ensure honest registration of the records in a petition, where the Office of the Clerk engaged in false and deliberately misleading registration of records. The petition itself addresses widespread corruption of the Israeli courts over the past decade.
Presiding Justice Asher Grunis - known as "pedantic" and a "formalist".
Occupy Tel Aviv Encampment, May 14
- Joseph Zernik, PhD, of Human RightsAlert (NGO) forwarded a request to the Presiding Justice of the Israeli SupremeCourt Asher Grunis to produce the appointment record of "Chief Clerk" SarahLifschitz.
The request was the latest in correspondence with the Chambers of the PresidingJustice,
where Petitioner Joseph Zernik repeatedly provided the PresidingJustice with evidence of false and deliberately misleading registration of recordsin the petition
Dr Joseph Zernik v Minister of Justice Tzipi Livni and Director of the Courts Michael Spitzer
(2689/13), The Chambers of the Presiding Justicerepeatedly responded by advising the Petitioner to address his concerns to theOffice of the Clerk.In today's request for the appointment record of Ms Lifschitz as Chief Clerk of the Israeli Supreme Court, Dr Zernik claims that absent such lawful appointmentrecord, advising him, as Petitioner, to conduct his business with the Office of theClerk is erroneous and misleading.The petition
Dr Joseph Zernik v Minister of Justice et al
(2689/13) alleges large-scale fraud in the computerized record systems, which were implemented in theIsraeli courts over the past decade
In the Supreme Court decision records are served today in a manner that couldnot possibly be deemed by any reasonable person valid:
The decision records bear no visible signature of a justice of the court.