1. Refused the appellant's application to call further evidence.
This refusal ensures that Cyril is not able to question the two police officers (O'Neill & O'Brien) who committed perjury against him. Such action can only be construed as obstructing justice.
2. Refused the appellant's application for an adjournment so that the Home Secretary and Justice Secretary may intervene and adjudicate on his complaint that the transcripts were not an accurate representation of the oral evidence given at trial.
Cyril asked that the trial recordings be forensically examined by an independent outside agency as there were four witnesses willing to testify that the recording and transcripts were inaccurate. The involvement of the Justice Secretary would have ensured some small degree of impartiality, and hopefully, some honest forensic results.