Justice at knockdown prices


Justice at knockdown prices

A thriving business in fake court orders is being run under judges' noses. Judge President Piet Schabort said that they were aware that this was happening.

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Submitted by : Joe Wolfson of Echunga on 2010-01-31 02:23:39
The matter has to be linked to the ruling party when the police don't wish to take up the matter and the judiciary see it as unimportant. How can a chief Justice not take appropriate action to put a stop to this.

Execution of the laws enacted by parliament rest with the police who report to a minister - they should have investigated and charged the fraudsters.

The judiciary however have a lot to answer for and in my opinion they are letting the whole country down by not demanding a higher standard of ethical behaviour of their staff. It's one step closer to a disaster when you cannot believe that orders of court are valid and not fraudulent.
 
Submitted by : Loyiso Marasela of Johannesburg on 2010-01-14 20:22:44
someone please explain how is the above matter linked to the ruling party as we have been always been told of the Indepent of Justice System
 
Submitted by : Philip Lourens of Centurion on 2010-01-13 16:40:32
Correct.
 
Submitted by : Karen Campbell of King Williams Town on 2009-12-25 09:48:35
So South Africa joins the list of countries where the ruling party members can commit any crime they like and get away with it. Investors will be even more wary of investing now that even the courts are corrupt. We're fast becoming yet another Banana Republic.

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