The Citizen is John Paterson
A Royal Commission is a body set up by the Monarch on the recommendation of the Prime Minister to gather information about the operation of existing laws or to investigate any social, educational, or other matter.
The Citizen and Crown are Corruption Control Partners.
The Citizen gets Proof Sets that meet the Corruption Remedy Proof Standard.
They are Official Records that are Guilt Proof against Corrupt Officers and Credibility Irrelevance Proof for Victims. The Crown has the power to make Trial Orders and Appeal Orders for Corruption Cases against the State and Unfitness Cases against Authorities and Officers.
Corruption Case Adjudication Jurisdiction vests in Lord Bishop Juries in Parliament and Citizen Juries in the Law Courts.
Citizens obtained Corruption Proof that the Crown and Lord Bishops used for Corruption Findings and Remedy Entitlement Findings and Remedy Priority Findings and Remedy Failure Findings and Unfitness Findings against Prime Minister Mr Blair and Others.
In 2012 Parliament vested powers in a Royal Commission to manage Corruption Remedies with use of Parliament and the Cabinet as Execution Agencies.