Magistrate Malumani’s professional misconduct

Filed under: Special Comments |

HH waves at supporters after court trial

Dear editor,
Magistrate Greenwell Malumani mislead the nation when he found the incarcerated UPND leader, Hakainde Hichilema, with the case to answer.
  The trial judge erred both in fact and law as the public perceived him to have proved the accused guilty of the offence beyond reasonable doubt. This explains why he had the accused put on his defense. However, the accused elected to remain silent.
  But when he acquitted HH many proponents of justice have questioned his professional misconduct over the case.
  However, notwithstanding the credibility of the witnesses’ evidence tendered against the accused, the Magistrate would have handled the case professionally.

  As the eye and ear of the administration of justice, I feel the case was unprofessionally handled by Magistrate Malumani.

Justin Mupundu

Political analyst
3070 Total Views 2 Views Today

6 Responses to Magistrate Malumani’s professional misconduct

  1. Justin Mupundu does not understand the Role of a Judge in Court.Its up to the Plaintiff and Respondents to present facts and evidence to the Judge and the Judge after weighing the evidence can then pass Judgment. The burden of proof lay with those who claimed to have been insulted. After violently raiding HH’s home these State Witnesses should have been charged with Aggravated Robbery. They ransacked the home,stole HH’s assets,teargased the occupants ,traumatised HH’s Family etc. After this Barbaric Raid the Robbers/ witnesses expected HH to say to them “thank u very much”.What nosense is that? If HH was not a peaceful citizen all these Raiders should have been shot dead after all they had no search or seizure Warrants and were trespassing in HH’s compound. To make matters worse the Witnesses dismally failed to prove that HH uttered those words. Magistrate Mulumani handled the case fairly and professionally.

    Chanda
    May 18, 2017 at 1:43 pm
    Reply

  2. Political who? no wonder ! you came out of the dream and wrote this commic comment, you sound mentally retarded. Zambia now a field of maize run by monkeys, what else, dununa regret.

    Sylvester Kambowa
    May 18, 2017 at 3:19 pm
    Reply

  3. Iwee ka Justin Mpundu…how did you want Magistrate Malumani handle the case and what unprofessional are you trying to talk about limbi ulishilu nangu walipena?Anyway,I accept your idiocity following your analysis that you are a fool and an insane person

    Fwebantu
    May 19, 2017 at 11:31 am
    Reply

  4. Justin Mpundu, wasting time & space!

    Akon
    May 19, 2017 at 1:32 pm
    Reply

  5. When a judge says, “you have a case to answer” he does not mean he has found you guilty; you are simply being asked to respond to allegations. In this case HH responded with silence because it was not up to him to prove his innocence; the complainants needed to provide reasonable proof, which fortunately they did not.

    Judge Malumani gave equal opportunities to all parties involved to argue their cases; instead some witnesses chose to lie and apologize in court. How then did you expect a credible judge to handle the case? Who erred in fact and law? The police confessed that they did not investigate, but watched TV as source of evidence. They could not answer simple questions of how the route lining was arranged despite claiming they were in western province at the time of the alleged overt act.

    Bruce Lee
    May 19, 2017 at 6:46 pm
    Reply

  6. Justin, whatever you are called or the so called justin mind the way u comment especially on matters you do not know insteady just continue licking your masters dirty boots .your day’s are numbered .remember supper Ken use to adress pipo as bafikamba stupid idiots but when his day came we all saw how he rushed to the same pipo he referred to as idiots for sympathy. One day we zambian shall witness how you and your boses abrogating the country’s holy book today shall run at a lightening speed to the very pipo you consider foolish today.

    kuwunda
    May 21, 2017 at 6:32 pm
    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *