Nye Perram QC – smooth as silk

March 8, 2008 at 2:20 am 1 comment

I remember on holiday in Australia once seeing the ad for Thai Airways. Smooth as silk was the catchphrase.

Thats exactly how to describe Nye Perram QC. His arguments in front of the court in the case bought by Laisenia Qarase against the state were simply magnificent. His preparation and delivery is simply outstanding.

The lack of evidence in favour of the state has been bought across by a refusal by high ranking members of the junta to provide affidavits or testify in front of the court. They talk tough when not in a legal environment but they definitely are very scared of being ripped to shreds by Nye Perram. All the evidence they have is the scheming and back room dealings that Bainimarama orchestrated. Whenever Qarase overcame roadblocks and obstacles in the days before the coup, Bainimarama just put more in front of him. More evidence that was well documented in the media.

Also the ailing state of the President who obviously has not been doing his job (i.e. someone is talking in his place) or largely acquiesent to the junta’s demands has to be taken into account. How can the head of state, the most respected Fijian in the country, allow the military to take control of the government with poor legal precedent and no substance to the claims made. Thats the reason why the State lawyers just have absolutely no answer.

The mentally retarded lawyers representing the State just makes you laugh. Gerard McCoy QC who seems to be bringing up unusual counter-arguments with no substance and Guy Reynolds QC who seems to have come along for the ride. Christopher Pryde who will never return to New Zealand with any credibility who cannot string legal arguments together really begs more questions.

How much is the Fijian taxpayer paying for all these so called ‘hot shot’ lawyers who have just come along for the ride?

These lawyers who have joined the interim government are opportunists and have little credibility in New Zealand. They are nothing compared to the likes of Peter Williams QC who is representing one of the ‘attempted’ assassination plotters who is one of the top criminal lawyers in the New Zealand. This top ranking QC never even thought of joining such an illegal band of ‘tards’.


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  • 1. rosita  |  March 9, 2008 at 1:47 am

    That pompous windbag McCoup is bamboozling gaytes, pathetik pathkik and watery yellow-eyes burns. Vaya they willing to be bamboozled!

    As perram said, the judges are playing into the hands of state mercenary law-for-hire McCoup in further delaying the trial.

    Agree with Danny boy who said despite perram’s efforts, the scripts it has already been written. Qarase WILL NEVER take the stand to give his evidence because McCoup will tie up the hearing with one legal argument after another – after arguing mirro’s state privilege (sa rauta mada na wawa state funeral), McCoup will try to argue justiciability after this, AS IF – the court of appeal examined Mara’s actions in the Chandrika case – sa desperado dina nodratou argument.

    McCoup just loves the camera – playing to it from the word go, blerry pompous prig! flexing his wanna-be imposing vocabulary ever so slowly, accenting each point with an arched brow or rolling tongue and savoring gayte’s discomfort with wide-eyed glee. Does he think E-N-U-N-C-I-A-T-I-N-G each S-Y-L-L-A-B-U-L makes his ridicoulous argument R-I-G-H-T ??? voleka ni lauvaca na tv nida saravi ghandu McCoup.

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