No. It is not a fraud upon the court if one party has evidence that goes against what another party claims. Fraud upon the court is where an officer of the court directs fraud at the "judicial machinery itself" .
Your evidence may or may not show what you think it does.
Keep your evidence for when the case is brought before the proper court it may be all you need to win.
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