Judge President Petrus Damaseb, since you were a lawyer yourself, you should know that there is no room in the world of high-flying very powerful law firms for the not-so-high-flying and powerful ordinary people. Therefore I wish to state that Maletzky may be a “lay litigant” as you put it, but he is the only person, licensed or not licensed, who is willing to help those who are being exploited by the banks and the giant powerful law firms. Most of the people exploited are the not-so-rich who were also part of the struggle in this country in order for you to sit where you are today. Most of them do not know anything about the law and all those fancy ‘high lingual’ contracts that the banks draw up, which the sales agents do not bother to explain because they make a fat commission, and the justice system of our country is not in the least bit interested to protect the not-so-rich people from such muggers. Now my question is, will the rich continue to become rich at the expense of the poor or will our justice system and the government put a stop to that? To the Law Society of Namibia and Namfisa, I wish to add that you form part of those who do not do enough to protect the people who fall victim to the banks and the high-flying law firms. Even small upcoming law firms have realised that there is quick money to be made from an unprotected poorer Namibian and they too want in on that huge pie. Can you perhaps try to find it somewhere in those stones that you call hearts to look after the people who fall prey to those contracts with their fancy words that always catch a person in a man-made spider web? Live up to your claim of “protecting human rights”. What rights do the people have if nobody protects them? Maletzky is stepping on too many toes. Please, if your toe hurts, take it out of the way and do not make a judgement on personal feelings. Think of all ordinary Namibians.