© 2004 Royal Kingdom of Gotzborg. All Rights Reserved. Originally published in The Gotzborg Eagle, reproduced under license to Sinclair Publications.
Lonenberg (GP) – On 15 September, His Royal Majesty, King August Charles II, made the announcement that he has appointed Sir Robert Davis, KOE as Lord Justice of the Crown for the Royal Kingdom of Gotzborg.
This appointment comes on the heels of the Judicial Establishment Act 2004 being approved and placed into law, the creation of the King Charles II School of Law, as well as the creation of a Criminal Code, three projects spearheaded and conducted by Sir Robert. His Royal Majesty has been most pleased with the work performed by Sir Robert over the past month, and has bestowed this honour upon him in recognition of his hard work, and unique abilities.
Here is what Sir Robert had to say in response to the appointment:
“I am most honoured and humbled at His Majesty’s faith in my abilities, and in his kind words of support and appreciation over my recent work. I shall endeavour to make him, as well as all citizens of Gotzborg, proud of our Judicial System, and those who serve within it’s ranks. We still have much work to do, and I am looking forward to tackling future projects. With the King Charles II School opening on Monday, this is a great time for Gotzborg. We will be instructing several Micronational Heads of State during this first class; I hope that the lessons learned and the atmosphere in which classes are conducted will give them cause to praise us to others, and create for Gotzborg a unique place amoung the Micronations of the world. I am proud to be Lord Justice of the Crown, and pray that I am never called into duty as such.”