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would uphold the essential finding of the judge.
I would comment in addition that Mr. Walsh has not brought before us the
sentence that he is serving and how he says it is vitiated or questionable in
any way. Instead there is a long litany of complaints which would require the
Court to enter into a general commission of inquiry into the various actions of
various departments of Government. That, I conceive, is not part of this
Court’s function. Accordingly, I would refuse him any relief. I would
uphold the order of the High Court and dismiss the appeal.