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The fact that banks are committing fraud is obvious, as explained many times over already. The judges have made themselves party to the crime and have built a whole plethora of offences as a result ..... and it all stems from two diametrically opposed words, ie: variable and certain. Variable means "apt to change, changeable, uncertain" while certain means "absolutely assured, regular, fixed, not variable".

Master Terrence Greenwood started the ball rolling with his nonsensical and lying statement of "Thus, whilst the amount of that future rate is uncertain, the rate itself is indeed certain.". And the rest of his Judgement on 1 SEP 1996 is equally a pack of lies, eg: that the method of determining the future interest was certain. All of this I have put in affidavits.

With Master Greenwood started the sequence of offences committed by the ensuing judges. There are many offences and here follows some which even I, as an ordinary citizen, can find and, with a little more effort, other victims surely can come up with more.

(1) Concealing serious offence (s 316 Crimes Act 1900):
(1) If a person has committed a serious offence and another person who knows or believes that the offence has been committed and that he or she has information which might be of material assistance in securing the apprehension of the offender or the prosecution or conviction of the offender for it fails without reasonable excuse to bring that information to the attention of a member of the Police Force or other appropriate authority, that other person is liable to imprisonment for 2 years.

Every judge has had before him the brief of my case containing information about the fraud committed by the banks. All of them have withheld that information from the Police and the Public Prosecutor. Every judge after Master Greenwood has had information about other judges who have concealed fraud and concealed the concealing of fraud.

(2) General offence of perverting the course of justice (s 319 Crimes Act 1900):
A person who does any act, or makes any omission, intending in any way to pervert the course of justice, is liable to penal servitude for 14 years.

Omission means non-performance, neglect, duty not done. By the judges not doing their duty, which is to honour their Oaths of Allegiance and Office, and no doing "right", they have perverted the course of justice because once the courts declare that variable interest rates are indeed uncertainty of terms, thereby rendering those loan contracts void, victims of that fraudulent practice will be entitled to claim restitution, ie: the return of the stolen monies. Further to this aspect of restitution, the Queen swore to hold the Holy Bible as "royal Law" and there is reference in part of the Bible to just such a situation. In Leviticus it says that the monies taken by fraud must be returned with an additional one-fifth.

(3) Judicial corruption (s 32 Crimes Act 1914):
Any person who:
(a) being the holder of a judicial office, corruptly asks, receives or obtains, or agrees or attempts to receive or obtain, any property or benefit of any kind for himself, or any other person, on account of anything already done or omitted to be done or to be afterwards done or omitted to be done by him in his judicial capacity; ..... shall be guilty of an indictable offence. Penalty: Imprisonment for 10 years.

Concealing fraud and judicial corruption is obtaining a benefit for the bank directors and the judges.

(4) Offence of perjury (s 327 Crimes Act 1900):

(1) Any person who in or in connection with any judicial proceeding makes any false statement on oath concerning any matter which is material to the proceeding, knowing the statement to be false or not believing it to be true , is guilty of perjury and liable to penal servitude for 10 years.

Judges have taken Oaths of Allegiance and Office requiring them to "do right". Master Greenwood told the initial lie ("the rate itself is indeed certain"). Acting Justice Hamilton told the second lie when he answered "No" to the question put of "Shouldn't the terms of a contract be established when the contract is made?". All the other judges have made themselves party to the false statements.

(5) Offences - penalties (s 43 Imperial Acts Application Act 1969):

Any person guilty of any offence under any Imperial enactment included in Part 1 of the Second Schedule for which no punishment is otherwise provided is liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than five years or to a fine not exceeding 20 penalty units, or to both such imprisonment and fine.

Magna Carta guaranties the right to trial by jury. Justice Hidden, Appeal Judges Handley and Stein denied me that right and, therefore, offended against Magna Carta which also says "To none will we sell, to none deny or delay, right or justice.".

(6) Perfidy, Malfeasance, Nonfeasance, Misfeasance:

Perfidy means "a breaking faith, base treachery, being false to a trust, betrayal, disloyalty". Judges are held in a position of trust by the community and they are bound by their Oaths to "be faithful and bear true allegiance" to the Crown and to "do right to all manner of people according to the law without fear of favour, affection or ill-will. So Help me God!". While malfeasance, nonfeasance and malfeasance means that they have committed an unlawful act, failed to perform an act required by law and neglected or otherwise improperly performed a lawful act. All of these have resulted in tort or civil wrong. The penalties would be determined by a jury in preference to asking other judges.

Including the judges who make up the Judicial Commission of New South Wales, I have racked up a total of twenty corrupt judges as at 15th January, 1999.

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