Complaint against Chief Justice Tore Schei: Violation of Ethical Principles for Norwegian Judges: 1. (Rule of Law), 2. (Independence), 3 (Impartiality), 4 (Integrity), 5 (Equality), 7 (Formulation of Court Decisions), 12 (Judges relation to the media), 15 (Collegial Intervention). (PDF)
Text of Email Notice of Complaint:
Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2012 2:15 PM
To: 'Supv. Comm. Judges'
Cc: 'Norway Supreme Court Admin'; Ch.Justice Tore Schei
Subject: Tilsynsutvalget for dommere: Klage: Justice Tore Schei: Brudd på: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 12. (PDF)
Secretariat of the Supervisory Committee for Judges,
National Courts Administration,
Tel: 73 56 70 00 | Fax: 73 56 70 01
E-mail: Supv. Comm. Judges (**@domstol.no)
CC: Chief Justice Tore Schei
Norway Supreme Court | Norges Høyesterett
Post: Postboks 8016 Dep., 0030 Oslo, Norge.
Høyesteretts plass 1, Oslo
Telefon: 22 03 59 00 Telefaks: 22 33 23 55
E-post: Norway Supreme Court Admin (**@hoyesterett.no)
E-post: Ch.Justice Tore Schei (**@hoyesterett.no)
Complaint against Chief Justice Tore Schei: Violation of Ethical Principles for Norwegian Judges: 1. (Rule of Law), 2. (Independence), 3 (Impartiality), 4 (Integrity), 5 (Equality), 7 (Formulation of Court Decisions), 12 (Judges relation to the media), 15 (Collegial Intervention).
[A] Overview of Complaint:
Complainant filed an application for Review and two Declaratory Orders to the Norway Supreme Court in the Norway v. Breivik matter. This complaint assumes that the Chief Justice was involved in the administrative decision of Ms. Nygaard to refuse the applicants right of due process free and fair hearing (receipt of case number, hearing of eligibility of case) for her application for review.
Deputy Secretary General Kjersti Buun Nygaard responded to complainants request that the court issue a case number for her application to the court for review and declaratory orders, by stating:
"Reference is made to your e-mails regarding the above issue.
Please be advised that the Supreme Court of Norway only handles appeals against judgments given by the lower courts and can consequently not deal with the issue mentioned in your e-mails.
Further inquiries from you regarding the above issue can not be expected to be answered."
Ms. Nygaard on her own administrative initiative or on instruction of Justice Schei totally ignores the contents of the review applications providing the court with information as to the irregular behaviour of Judge Opsahl and Arntzen, who simply refuse to provide any due process response which could lead to a free and fair hearing ‘judgement’, in response to the applications to their courts. Conduct by a Judge which refuses to provide an applicant to their right to relevant due process procedure for a fair hearing to reach a judgement, is thereby in and of itself, a ‘judgement decision’ to deny the individual access to a free and fair hearing due process judgement.
[A] Overview of Complaint
[B] Chronology of Facts
[C] Justice Torei’s Violation of Ethical Principles for Judges
[D] ECHR: Rule of law requires adequately Precise and Accessible Legislation
[E] Controversial Arguments in Complainants Application
Please find attached the Complaint & Annexures
Respectfully Submitted | Respektfullt Sendt
Radical Honoursty EcoFeminist
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Norway v. Breivik :: Uncensored
[A] SA Constitutional Court Order by the Chief Justice in CCT 23-10 on 03 May 2010
[B] 30 November 2011 Application to Oslo District Court for a Writ of Habeus Mentem
[C] 15 April 2012 Application to Oslo District Court to proceed as an Amicus Curiae
[D] 10 May 2012 Application to Norway Supreme Court for Review & Declaratory Orders
[E] 15 May 2012 Error in Supreme Court Dep Sec. Gen Response to Application for Review
[F] 17 May 2012 Interpol Complaint: Obstruction of Environmental & Indigenous Rights Justice