down District Judge D.J.R. Weston
Obstructing justice by unlawfully striking out a claim against Circuit Judge Alan Simpson alleging conspiracy to pervert the course of justice by tampering with evidence given by police witnesses out of a criminal trial in Hull, UK.
Blatant disregard of the Rule of the Supreme Court Order 18 rule 19/11 para, (i)
Note of Judgement of District Judge D. J. R. Weston.
I submit no grounds, pleading given realistic prospect of success. Note 18/19/11 paragraph (i) - no chance of establishing conspiracy to falsify transcript.
D/Judge Weston struck out the claim against a fellow judge by relying upon the RSC 18/19/11 (i), which order expressly forbids striking out a claim upon the mere fact that the case is weak and therefore may be unsustainable..
Principles: RSC 18/19/11 para (i)
So long as the statement of claim or the particulars (Davey v Bentink  1 Q.B. 185) disclose some cause of action, or raise some question fit to be decided by a judge or a jury, the mere fact that the case is weak, and not likely to succeed is no ground for striking it out. [END]
There is no room for doubt that the District Judge was wrong in law, neither can there be any doubt that he he knew of and had read RSC 18/19/11 (i): the order upon which he relied to strike out the claim.
District Judge Weston did seek to and did unlawfully dispose of the claim against a colleague as disclosing no reasonable cause of action relying upon RSC Order 18/19/11 (i).
Put your house in order Lord Chancellor.
Unlawful dismissal of appeal