Yeah Supreme Court and High court are not my objectives. Essentially because at around $15k a day lawyer fees I could only afford half a day in court. Also I have a very unwell wife with medical costs stacking up as well as other financial obligations. So whilst it may make an interesting example for future reference It just wont happen. Ideally if there was some form of arbitration that could happen where the PIL were legally bound to attend and listen to the logic and reasoning of things and the legal ramifications, and then had to abide by an arbitrated outcome. Well that might just be an affordable option. If I took it through the courts the financial, emotional and physical stress on my wife would kill her, and no I'm not kidding about that. So I guess my final position is knowing all my potential legal avenues and where to limit my actions to. Knowing where I stand legally will give my one last ditch effort to try to show the PIL the injustice of what they have done, that it's not just our or their sons perspective, but also potentially a courts perspective. Once again thanks for your insights and assistance. It's sad that justice is so costly, and not just in a financial sense.