Embattled high court judges Paul Uuter Dery, Mustapha Habib Logoh and Gilbert Ayisi Addo continue to battle their interdiction by the five-member committee set up by the Chief Justice after filing a suit hours after one was dismissed by the Supreme Court.
In their fresh suit at the same court, the three implicated judges in the judicial scandal want a perpetual injunction to be slapped on “any investigative or adjudicative body howsoever or whatsoever described from determining any issues arising out of the petitions filed by [Tiger Eye PI] against [them”.
In all, the judges are seeking eight reliefs from the Supreme Court.
Justices Dery, Habib Logoh and Ayisi Addo are among 12 high court judges under investigation though two namely John Ajet Nasam and Ernest Obimpeh have already been sacked given conclusion on their cases.
The suit filed on Thursday wants to restrain Chief Justice Theodora Wood, “her agents, assigns, servants and successors from any further impeachment proceedings against the [three judges] arising out of [Tiger Eye PI’s] petitions”.