Political oppression against those who exercise their freedom to express critical views of judges is set to play out in an Auckland District Courtroom on 2 September 2013, where the New Zealand Law Society is seeking to have human rights barrister Evgeny Orlov debarred for privately criticising Court of Appeal Judge Rhys Harrison.

The prosecution has been on foot for five years, has cost Society members over $200,000 and is largely unknown to the public despite


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