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    New Zealand Law Society Power

    Observers of the New Zealand Law Society show trial of Auckland Barrister Evgeny Orlov last week saw a notable contrast in legal perspectives in the closings. Law Society prosecutor Warren Pyke...
  2. IPCA is perpetrator of a fraud in many investigations

    We have become aware of numerous cases where the Independent Police Conduct Authority has blatantly covered up corruption, commonly dismissing complaints of police misconduct after an "investigation"...
  3. I notice this lovely group's membership...

    I notice this lovely group's membership application states it "does not undertake investigations of alleged corruption or expose individual cases either alone or in conjunction with other...
  4. Great article on judicial lobbying effort

    Should we not be concerned that judges are publicly lobbying New Zealand's Parliament for laws? We know the result from history of the Nazi Party imposing their will on German judges. The...
  5. Is it me or does this judge look like a serial...

    Is it me or does this judge look like a serial killer?
  6. It is a sad day for the country when it becomes...

    It is a sad day for the country when it becomes necessary to prove your innocence. I do not know enough about the David Bain case to give an informed view on compensation. I can say that New...
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    Death of trial by jury

    The innocence project have been monitoring the courts and believe the current situation is emblematic of a judicial system which is trying to disavow the right to trial by jury in New Zealand. Court...
  8. We have been monitoring the courts and believe...

    We have been monitoring the courts and believe the current situation is emblematic of a judicial system which is trying to disavow the right to trial by jury in New Zealand. Court cases throughout...
  9. They used to imprison such disrespectful people...

    They used to imprison such disrespectful people in Nazi Germany. Certainly we value order as much as them.
  10. First sign of tyranny; Reporter sent to prison for reporting criminal judgment

    Under the radar of what we consider to be a rights-friendly country, publisher Vince Siemer has been sentenced to six weeks prison for reporting that a NZ judge denied the 18 defendants in the 2007...
  11. This judge looks like an Interpol fugitive

    This judge looks like an Interpol fugitive
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