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NZ first in anti corruption….Yeah Right

Filed under: General — triassic @ 5:13 pm Wed 25th January 2017

The organisation “Transparency International” has just voted NZ first equal for the least corrupt nation through perception , alas without scrutiny of the Family Court. One of the great things about having a secret court system is that no corruption can be detected by society. I may have had a more honest out come in my battle to father my children had I been born in Somalia. Oh well, never mind, I just need to man-up and accept that family court judges just do their best for the good of the children…… oh shit, sorry, I just vomited.


  1. You are right in your criticism.
    Perception and reality can be two different things.
    Owen Glenn for example donated large sums of money to political party’s
    Then a shipping law change was made.
    Did he benifit?
    Is that corruption?
    Then he did his domestic violence study.
    Hired insiders to examine the insiders beliefs about DV and solutions.
    Surprisingly got same feminist, all men are violent propaganda.
    Including Owen Glenn himself.
    Now that was corruption.
    He got fleeced and screwed at the same time.
    Wait a second….normal for men when in contact with feminists.

    Is corruption when a person makes a DV claim that may or may not be true.
    But then to delay proceedings forces the other person to have a psychologist report.
    Costing $4000 and if the other person refuses or can’t afford it they can’t see there kids.
    Then delays agian by asking for the child to have a lawyer.
    Add that to the bill.
    While your there even though you have not been convicted in a court of law for anything.
    If you want to see your kids (extortion)
    You have to pay these women some money so you can have a supervised visit.
    Also you can only have so many visits, or to this date.
    Hire a lawyer…$$$$….if you want more.
    What? You want to represent yourself because you can’t afford it.
    You will have to do this course first….$$$$….
    Get a ruling in your favour.
    To bad new accusation….$$$$……

    You are right about closed courts.
    There can be rules about reporting. What happened, no names, or location.
    The public present in court increases the honesty and integrity of the judge.
    Without it corruption festers.
    And the cancer of feminism has spread to all its parts.

    Any nation that has any closed court is corrupt.

    We even have a corrupt law making process.
    Ministry of women vs walking and talking Ken dole male politicians.
    IE they have got no balls.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Wed 25th January 2017 @ 7:24 pm

  2. Maybe it used to work on the basis that:

    There was no reporting in the NZ Family Court.
    Fathers went there with hope and believed in the Justice Process in the NZ Family Court and they embraced the concept of “In The Best Interests of The Child”.

    Things have changed, so many fathers have gone through this process now and they know what it is like, how they have been treated. Their children have not had their best interests served by this process and many of the so called professionals who are actually un accountable. Many of the children have grown up and can recount their own experiences.

    Court of Injustice 2001 by Lauren Quaintance (North and South) raised eyebrows.

    Grandmothers know of the horror their sons have endured, themselves and the children.

    Facebook pages, web sites by the dozen are all there. Guess what?


    It must be difficult to keep trying to reinvent it, what? More Reforms Again?

    Comment by simon grant — Wed 25th January 2017 @ 10:27 pm

  3. This was a family court case.
    The lawyer called the judges corrupt.

    Look at how they set out to get revenge.

    Full “our side or the story at bottom of page”

    Not actually given facts about, what he was complaining about.
    Interesting that.

    Has to be one of NZs largest ever fines.
    Not good to call judges corrupt.
    Just sad it’s true that they are.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Fri 27th January 2017 @ 1:04 pm

  4. page 6. 20.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Fri 27th January 2017 @ 1:37 pm

  5. Page 8. No 29 is just funny.
    I don’t think any of us have a list that long.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Fri 27th January 2017 @ 2:30 pm

  6. This must be good for Frank Delieu’s business.

    A lawyer with ethics (above his own consequences)perhaps.

    A lawyer to disregard the “establishment” that Dame Lowell Goddard appears to know nothing about and apparently doesn’t exist in NZ.

    Someone felt “threatened”, that’s right up there with “I can tell you are frustrated” (coming from some 20 year old cop who has just clapped eyes on you for the first time)Get your calibrated, certified frustratomitor, then tell me.

    Its a “feeling” you know, intuitive, sensitive, telepathic, at one with the environment, symbiotic must be how we can describe the higher being who “felt threatened”

    Was it a Wimmon?

    Who else could be such a qualified “deva” capable of sensing water with a single strand of hair perhaps or “feeling threats” by feeling the vibrations from the carpet or some such crap. “Its a feeeling” you know.

    Wow right up there with “China” he says.

    We might question:
    Who has come out of this with credibility?
    Who will the public admire the most after this?
    Who will the public have faith in?

    After all, perhaps some forget but ultimately “public faith”, “public confidence” in OUR system must be the ultimate outcome long term because a breakdown in confidence is not healthy for any of us. This confidence must endure long after a couple of judges have retired.

    By the looks of things, the wheels continue to fall off.

    They can crunch Deliu BUT AT WHAT PRICE? This cost will be measured in public confidence, main stream media can’t do much about this any more.

    Comment by simonGrant — Fri 27th January 2017 @ 2:37 pm

  7. Page 15. No 55
    It’s just fantastic

    Comment by DJ Ward — Fri 27th January 2017 @ 2:40 pm

  8. Page 16. No 58
    He’s pulling no punches.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Fri 27th January 2017 @ 3:00 pm

  9. Decriminalising against foriegn lawyers.
    No proof?
    I’ve got one.
    Hon Ian Binnie QC

    You got it wrong NZ lawyers and Judges.

    No we didn’t. Your a foriegn lawyer, what would you know.

    Comment by DJ Ward — Fri 27th January 2017 @ 3:18 pm

  10. Sorry desriminating

    Comment by DJ Ward — Fri 27th January 2017 @ 3:19 pm

  11. A web site reported that a well known barrister commented on a standards committee assessment as another gutless decision from the standards committee. It seems there are two standards committees in this region, the barrister sat on the standards committee not making the decision. He does know his stuff and assisted in compiling the complaint.

    This barrister is to be respected in my view. He believes in his profession, he wants to up hold the values of his profession. He was introduced to law at a young age and always wanted to become a lawyer. his motives are sound.

    Many lawyers themselves are rolling their eyes at standards committee decisions. Many web sites suggest they are laughable.

    The LCRO is now well over three years behind is assessing complaints about Lawyers Standards Committee decisions. The Standards Committees know of the back log – the LCRO freely acknowledge it.

    Have Standards Committees become totally blatant?
    Then the Tribunal.
    How is that structured?
    Any Transcript available?
    How are the members elected/selected?
    Who runs that process?
    How are they appointed?

    Of these good folk, any requirement to make public pecuniary interests, family ties, personal relationships?

    This is “straight up and down stuff” with Traction, Meaning, and Cred that “Joe Some” relates to and values. This type of “Openness” is fundamental to almost any discerning, thinking person of sound mind and of any nationality.

    Comment by simongrant — Fri 27th January 2017 @ 11:51 pm

  12. Frank Deliu used to work fairly closely with Evgeny Orlov. Orlov faced similar persecution a couple of years ago.

    I am not up to date, but Deliu’s trials seem to be similar to Evgeny Orlov’s experiences.

    I have mixed experiences of Orlov, but in general I was impressed. I certainly was not impressed by Orlov’s detractors in his show trial.

    Caught$ that operate under secrecy and non-working accountability systems are dangerous and destructive to our society.

    All available methods must be used to rid our society of these vandals, rogues and parasites.

    Comment by MurrayBacon — Sat 28th January 2017 @ 10:01 pm

  13. #12 Murray, the day before the Deliu decision, this was published by the NZ Law Society. A truly stunning piece of hypocrisy….

    Comment by golfa — Sat 28th January 2017 @ 10:12 pm

  14. Dr Tony Ellis is my UN lawyer. Happy to discuss my case and the cover up. Google “How Justice Harrison got it wrong for so long” for one example in the NBR that the Tribunal lied about, ie that Rhys Harrison QC never wrongly ordered costs against me. ALTERNATIVE FACTS THAT WOULD MAKE TRUMP CRINGE!!!!

    Comment by Dr Frank Deliu — Tue 31st January 2017 @ 1:55 am

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