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    Registrar Facing Criminal charges

    A District Court Judge has ordered Court of Appeal Registrar Clare O'Brien face criminal charges for assault against process server John Creser, committed when Mr Creser tried to serve her with a civil proceeding filed by Vince Siemer last October. The NZ press have not reported this serious charge but the vacuum of news in this case appears much worse. Kiwisfirst.co.nz reported recently that Ms O'Brien may be guilty of a greater offence of office after admitting to police she liaised with the High Court Registrar who initially refused to allow filing of the claim against her. Justice Ron Young overturned the refusal of the High Court Registrar, allowing the proceeding to be filed.

    If we only knew the corruption which is occurring in our court system, we might be inclined to take flight on a Malaysian plane. Ignorance may be bliss, but there is a huge price which society pays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by courtwatcher View Post
    A District Court Judge has ordered Court of Appeal Registrar Clare O'Brien face criminal charges for assault against process server John Creser...
    Court of Appeal Registrar, Clare O'Brian, is also being charged under s. 105A of the Crimes Act for being allegedly corrupt. The Attorney-General is currently considering a leave application to enable the Charging Documents to be filed.

    She is charged in relation to an Application for Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Justice Harrison’s decision in the Court of Appeal. Where the Supreme Court notified O’BRIAN of that application. The Charging Document claims O'Brian:

    "Corruptly using that information acquired by O’BRIAN in her official capacity she on 10/9/2013 signed a Notice of Abandonment and had it served on XXXX in relation to his appeal. The Notice claimed the appeal had expired and deemed abandoned...."

    Anyone else having a go!

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    I LOVE stuff like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by golfa View Post
    I LOVE stuff like this.
    If you LOVE that one, how about this one:

    Deputy Solicitor-General, Cheryl Gwyn, is also being charged under s. 105A of the Crimes Act for being allegedly corrupt. The Attorney-General is currently considering a leave application to enable the Charging Documents to be filed.

    She is charged in relation to summonses, authorised by a District Court Judge, for her and others to appear to face criminal charges for being part of a criminal group for the purposes of perverting justice. The corruption charge states:

    "On 13/4/2011 GWYN used her delegated statutory powers from the Attorney-General to Stay the criminal proceedings against Mr. M. and Mr. D. in which she was a named co-defendant under each charge.

    Corruptly using that information acquired by GWYN in her official capacity she made those orders to Stay under the Summary Proceedings Act 1957. Thus obtaining a direct advantage to herself, Mr. M. and Mr. D."


    The only question is: why is the Attorney-General taking so long to give his consent (he has had the application for 3 weeks)?
    Last edited by John "Brockovich"; 12-04-2014 at 07:46 PM.

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