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13-05-08 Zernik v Minister of Justice et al (2689/13) in the Israeli Supreme Court – Online Public Access Records The online court file records in this case should be deemed by now false and deliberately misleading. The Supreme Court refuses to correct the false registrations of records previously filed by the Petitioner, and creates new false registrations of records filed in court. 1. Index

Note: The Index entry appears as valid opening of a petition file.

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2. General Details

File #: 2689 HCJ Appellant: Division: High Court of Justice Respondent: Filing Date:April 15, 2013 Status: Open Last event:

Dr Joseph Zernik Minister of Justice Notice Filed/ by the Petitioner

Note: 1) The Petitioner is falsely listed as an “Appellant”

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3. Parties

Type: Petitioner Respondent Respondent

# 1 1 2

Name Dr Joseph Zernik Minister of Justice Tzipi Livni Director of Administration of Courts Courts Michael Spitzer

Attorneys State Attorney Barak Laser, State Attorney

Note: 1) Here the filer is listed as “Petitioner” 3. Related Cases

"No records were found in the requested range”.

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4. Lower Court File

"No records were found in the requested range”. 5. Proceedings

"No records were found in the requested range”.

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6. Events (3 screen prints to cover all events)

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# 1. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 3. 4. 4. 5. 6. 6. 6. 7.

Main Event Fees Decision Decision Decision Decision Decision Decision Paper filed Paper filed Paper filed Notice filed Process filed Process filed Process filed Notice filed

Secondary Event Date Fees Paid April 15, 2013 Decision released April 18, 2013 Decision mailed April 18, 2013 Decision mailed April 18, 2013 Decision mailed April 18, 2013 Decision mailed April 18, 2013 Decision mailed April 18, 2013 Filed paper April 21, 2013 Filed paper April 21, 2013 Filed paper April 21, 2013 Failure to receive paperApril 29, 2013 Filed process May 1, 2013 Mailing May 1, 2013 Mailing May 1, 2013 Notice by Petitioner May 6, 2013

Filer Dr Zernik

Dr Zernik Dr Zernik Dr Zernik Spitzer -

General Notes: 1. The electronic record system of the Supreme Court is inherently invalid, since it fails to include a “docket” - a list of papers filed in court and entered into the court file. 2. The closest to a docket that the system shows is the list of “Events”. 3. The reason for the five (5) listings of mailing of a decision remains unknown. 3. Evidently, the system provided the option to enter free text under “Secondary Event”, describing the papers, which were filed. See for example: 5. Notice filed Failure to receive paper However, the filing of papers by petitioner is left uniquely vague and ambiguous by listings such as: 4. Paper filed Filed paper 4. The listing of of papers filed, where no party is listed as the “Filer” should be deemed invalid. Specific Notes: The list of events in this case is false and deliberately misleading: 1. The filing of commencing paper – the Petition, which was stamped “Received” on April 15, 2013, was never registered to this date.

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2. The event listed on April 21, 2013 “Paper Filed/Filed Paper” is probably in reference to the protest letter, mailed to Supreme Court Presiding Justice Asher Grunis, relative to the failure to register the filing of commencing paper in this case. Why it is listed three times remains unknown. 3. No paper was filed on May 1, 2013, and the listing (3 times) of “Process Filed” on that date is false. Moreover, according to the registration, the “Process” was filed by no party at all. The correct registration should have been “Petition filed” on April 15, 2013. 4. On May 5, 2013, Petitioner Zernik filed “Request to Add Paper: “Additional evidence of corruption in the Tel Aviv District Court and Net HaMishpat as the Enabler.” The paper was not registered under “Events” at all. 5. On May 6, 2013, when no paper was filed by the Petitioner, the registration shows “Notice Filed”, but no party name is listed under “Filer”. This notice most likely refers to the repeat faxing on May 5, 2013, of protest letter No 2 to the Presiding Justice, pertaining to false registration of the Petition.
13-05-02 Zernik v Minister of Justice et al (2689/13) in the Israeli Supreme Court – Request No 2 to Presiding Justice for honest registration, alternatively - refund of filing fees http://www.scribd.com/doc/139556302/

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7. Certificates of Delivery

# 2599973 2599974 2592419 2592418 2592320 2592321 2592322

Addressee Joseph Zernik State Attorney State Attorney Atty Laser Barak Dr Joseph Zernik Minster of Justice Livni Atty Laser Barak

Date of Signature Not keyed in yet Not keyed in yet Not keyed in yet Not keyed in yet Not keyed in yet Not keyed in yet April 18, 2013

Notes: 1) The Israeli courts routinely misuse “Delivery” as “Service”. 2) From the registration, as it appears in this online public access system, it is impossible to know what were the items mailed, or when.

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8. Requests

# a. b.

Description of the Request Intermediate Decree Adding Evidence

Date April 21, 2013 May 5, 2013

Filer Petitioner 1 Petitioner 1

Notes: 1. No paper at all was filed on April 21, 2013, and there is no request for an “Intermediate Decree” in this case. 2. The filing of the “Request to Add Evidence” is listed on May 5, 2013, although it was not listed under Events.

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9. Decisions

Decision/Judgment Decision

Date April 18, 2013

Note: 1. The April 18, 2013 Decision by Justice Esther Hayut pertained in part to the Request for Recusal of the Office of the Clerk, which the Office of the Clerk refused to accept.

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