Sent Via Fax mail on 25 April 1999 To 0171- 936 7495

Lord Justice Pill,                                                  16A The Lyons,

Royal Courts of Justice,                                         Hetton-le-Hole,

Strand,                                                                   Tyne-Wear DH5 OHT.

London WC2A 2LL.

25 April 1999.

Dear Sir

It is now a month since I wrote a letter to you dated 26 March 1999 containing my reference LIP/MK/09. I have not received a reply from you regarding the information that I require from you as stated in my letter.

I was before you and Lord Justice Auld on June 6 1997 where you then refused me leave to appeal the judgement of the former Recorder John H. Fryer-Spedding.

Research has now shown that statements contained in the approved transcript of the former Recorders judgement are very contrary to statute law. You were provided with that that transcript of the former Recorders judgement and obviously, I am extremely concerned that it would seem you did not consider the Recorders gross error in making statements that were extremely material and contrary to law. I had, I think, made it clear in my application for leave to appeal that I believed statements that the former Recorder had made conflicted with law. Now I know that they were contrary to statute law.

It is now known that prior to my appearance before you, you were provided with a bench memoranda that had been prepared by either a junior solicitor or barrister employed at the Appeal Court. The right of a fair hearing demanded that I should have been given access to that memoranda before my appearance before you. In the circumstances I also now require a copy of that bench memoranda. In addition, as you may or may not recall, in his summing up, Lord Auld spent some time in trying to allay my concerns that Freemasonry had been instrument in the injustice that I have clearly received. I would add that he did not succeed in doing that. It is accepted that the principles of justice require that a court must be impartial. As the subject of Freemasonry did enter into proceedings before you then I still require that you declare any membership of Freemasonry or whether or not you have been in attendance at any Masonic Halls at any time.

I request your early reply to the matters that I raise with you both herein and in my letter to you of 26 March 1999.

Yours sincerely

Mr M. Kellett

COMMENT: Still no reply received to the above letter to the present date of Saturday May 8 1999. Do these people really believe that they are above the rules and law?


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