CCP's GMs aren't the only ones who receive petitions from EVE players. As the supreme ruler of highsec, I, too, handle petitions of a kind. I often receive complaints about the behavior of other players. I treat all of these "petitions" with the seriousness they deserve.
A shocking petition came in from a miner named Joker Mikakka. He leveled scandalous accusations against Agent Guybertini, who ganked his untanked Retriever. If the idea of a rogue New Order Agent doesn't take your breath away, I don't know what would. Imagine all of that power being used for evil instead of good.
Let's rewind. Guybertini ganked Joker and sent him a form EVEmail, reminding Joker of his obligations under the Code. Joker was also instructed to buy a mining permit. In reply, Joker proclaimed his loyalty to the Code, space-lawyered a bit, and demanded reimbursement.
Guybertini, in his infinite patience, corrected the miner's misconceptions about the Code. Based on the EVEmail timestamps, we know that Joker already filed his petition to me by this point.
Joker didn't argue with Guybertini's interpretation of the Code; he merely made a solemn declaration. Joker was right about the fact that only I could judge. The word "now" was unnecessary, though.
Joker's carefully constructed image as a Code-compliant miner collapsed like a house of cards. He accidentally admitted to having been AFK for (at least) ten seconds before he was ganked. There were other flaws in the façade. Joker claimed to have recently purchased a mining permit from me, which he didn't. He also lacked a bio.
In the end, I would judge, as indeed I must judge. It is the heaviest burden I carry as Saviour of Highsec.
And yet, even this heaviest of burdens is a light one. The Code is written, and the bot-aspirant miner is already found guilty under its provisions before he sheds his first tears. One need only enforce the judgment.