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Application for Non-Party Disclosure

© Peter Zohrab 2013

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Having been falsely charged with two minor criminal offences, I applied in July 2013 for disclosure of relevant information from entitites that were not party to the court case.  Below is a link to the full text of the Judgment (which may later be subject to judicial review).

There is a serious misstatement in the judgment.  Paragraph 20(b) of the Judgment falsely states that I had stated that the formal statements of the witnesses were at variance (i.e. with each other), whereas what I had said (para. 13(b) of my Application) was that they were at variance with the truth (i.e. with the events as I experienced them at the time of the incident).

It is noteworthy that this misstatement supports the Judge's otherwise unsupportable assertion (paragraph 27) that, in this application, I am not trying to bolster my case but just to see if my case had any substance at all.  That is untrue, because I was there when it all happened and the fact that so many people told so many lies showed me that there was a conspiracy, and my Application was just intended to find evidence of the conspiracy for courtroom purposes.


Judgment of Judge I G Mill


See also:

Scum-Police Deliberately Prosecute Innocent Man.

Defences Against Conspiracies to Commit Perjury

The Monkey Police

Tranz Metro railway Discrimination and Cultural Lesbianism

Court Female Supremacism and Rule by Television

New Zealand Police v Peter Douglas Zohrab -- District Court Judgment and High Court & Court of Appeal Appeal Judgments




Peter Douglas Zohrab

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22 July 2015