HIGH COURT OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC
[2301.HC] LEGISLATOR COMMITTEE VS. PODRACINGFAN/BOWZIN
SUBMISSION 18 APRIL 2023
Notice is given that this question has been received by the High Court and has been assigned all the necessary identifying information as follows:
Legislator Committee vs. PodracingFan/Bowzin
The petitioner and other interested parties are invited to explain the existence or lack of probable cause for the charges no later than 28 April 2023 12:00 UTC, but the Court reserves the right to make a determination after the accused party has exercised their right to dispute the charge. Briefs Amicus Curiae on the preferred eventual outcome of this case are not required at this time.
2301.HC.NR | Issued 23 April 2023
I have no intention of disputing these claims, and wish to plead guilty.
PodracingFan has repeatedly confessed to being Bowzin (including the above post). I believe that itself is more than enough probable cause for an indictment.
The Court would appreciate if the Legislator Committee, either through @HumanSanity or any one of its members, could provide further clarity on what "substantial evidence" indicated to them that PodracingFan was an alternate account for Bowzin.
I apologize for the delay.
I’d like to request permission to submit the evidence to the Court via private message so as to avoid disclosing the exact counter-intelligence methods utilized.
Additionally, some information will be submitted via private message since it contains personally identifying information.
The Court is amenable to receiving the requested information via private means.
Thank you, your honor. Which Justices should receive this information?
Justices Kringle and Belschaft are presiding over this case.
If I am not too late, I’d like to request my personal information not be shared needlessly, especially considering I have pleaded guilty.
The Court clarifies that it does not seek access to personally identifying information; it merely seeks to have a clearer understanding of the process and types of evidence that led the Legislator Committee to its stated conclusion. If there are privacy concerns at hand, personally identifying information can be redacted without prejudice to the Court’s request.
Following review of the compiled document by the Legislator Committee, I have sent Justices Kringle and Belschaft the requested information, compliant with the request from the defendant that no personally identifying information was included.