Zambian Judiciary Corruption Condemned by International Court
Magistrate Wins Court Ruling on Corruption in Ministry of Justice
Summary: The inter-governmental Sovereign Court of International Justice (SCIJ) issued a Judgment against corruption in the Ministry of Justice of Zambia. The High Court ruling vindicated a Magistrate, Kunda Maggie Tantameni, who was wrongfully charged on falsified evidence and prosecuted by political motivations by corrupt Judiciary officials. The Judgment found the Ministry liable for “abuse of power” by corruption, including failure to operate its constitutional Judicial Complaints Commission thereby depriving the public of “access to justice” against corruption.
Quotable: “Any corruption used to attack a Judge, is an attack against the Independent Judiciary… which is an attack against The People, as an attack against the Rule of Law itself.” – Prince Judge Matthew of Thebes, Chief of Judiciary Security
Press Release: The Magistrate Kunda Maggie Tantameni, falsely charged with alleged theft of drugs from a Courthouse, was vindicated by a Judgment of the Sovereign Court of International Justice (SCIJ), which found that she was illegally prosecuted by corrupt Judiciary officials driven by political motivations, and ruled that the Zambian Ministry of Justice committed “abuse of power” by depriving the public of “access to justice” against such corrupt Judiciary officials.