Coalition calling for a Royal Commission into the conduct of the Registrars and Judicial Officers of the High Court of Australia.

Despite years of discussion papers and submissions there is still no Judicial Commission for complaints about the conduct of High Court Registrars and Justices.The National Anti-Corruption Commission is prevented by its legislation from investigating judicial officers and registrars of the High Court. The only way to investigate the systemic genocidal denial of sovereignty of First Peoples by Registrars and Judicial Officers is for an inquiry with the powers of a Royal Commission. The current problems with the Registrars refusing to file and issue Thorpe v Australia, Dreyfus and Donaghue (see case details below) as well as the earlier rejections of Thorpe v Stolenwealth of Australia (number 7 below) appear to be known to and authorised by the Justices themselves. The Coalition Calling For A Royal Commission Into The Conduct Of The Registrars And Justices Of The High Court Of Australia wants to get to the bottom of this blockage of access to justice-providers. The employment of a high court judge can only be terminated by a joint sitting of Parliament so they have a particularly high standard of fiduciary duty to live up to “to do right to all manner of people, according to law, without fear or favour, affection or ill‑will” as they commit to when being sworn in. Unfortunately they also swear to “bear true allegiance to His Majesty, King Charles III, His Heirs and Successors, according to law, that I will well and truly serve Him in the Office of Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia…So help me God” which demonstrates the bias of the Court right there when refusing to file and issue and hear cases claiming Commonwealth of Australai’s denial of sovereignty is an act of genocide against First Peoples. Court staff are not under the Public Service Act but are employed by the Court itself. Does this situation give employees more security of tenure than ordinary Commonwealth of Australia officials governed by the Public Service Act?

Attorney-General DREYFUS’ correspondence unit reply to Marji Thorpe, 25.1.24