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Fighting the Police when you can't see the evidence

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Fighting the Police when you can't see the evidence
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury

I'm in the news this week. I have an ongoing case against the NZ Police in front of the Human Rights Review Tribunal regarding the Police breaching my privacy and my civil rights when Police gained access to my banking records minus a warrant.

The case was part of the flawed Nicky Hager prosecution and it's taken 5 years to finally get in front of the only Court who can actually hold the Police to account, so imagine my shock and surprise when I learned last week that the Police want to do something never done before at the Human Rights Review Tribunal and hold a secret trial using secret evidence that I can't see or defend myself against.

The absurdity of fighting a case at the Human Rights Commission against an abuse of power by Police in a secret trial using evidence you can't defend yourself from is the very definition of a Kafkaesque nightmare.

It is astounding that left wing journalists, bloggers, activists, Māori, Environmentalists, MANA Party, Greenpeace and Green Party all have to accept our erosion of civil rights, yet white supremacists manage to avoid any detection at all.

My case against the Police is set to be fought in July.


Martyn Bradbury
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