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Jacob Zuma File a criminal complaint against Advocate Downer.

Previous President Jacob Zuma has laid a criminal protest against State Advocate Billy Downer. 

Zuma showed up at a police headquarters in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday evening flanked by his security detail.

The previous president is gunning for Downer in front of a High Court choice on whether the supporter can be recused from Zuma's debasement preliminary identified with the 1999 arms bargain. 

The previous legislator is blaming Downer for releasing his clinical records to the media. 

In any case, the NPA has excused this case. 

Zuma is as of now on clinical parole following his condemning to 15 months for scorn of court. 

Zuma strolled into the police headquarters looking quite cheerfully and not long after opening the argument against Downer, a representative for the Zuma Foundation, Mzwanele Manyi, let writers know that Downer had released crucial data. 

"Backer Downer approved the spilling of touchy and private data got in the course and extent of his work, in the break of the referenced arrangements of the NPA Act." 

He said a portion of the data was spilled to a lawful correspondent. 

"President Zuma got the hang of during the court procedures in Pietermaritzburg that advocate Downer SC penetrated the previously mentioned arrangements when he unlawfully gave the clinical report including His Excellency President Zuma, in an oath spilled to a columnist, Karyn Maughan, and that annexure is connected." 

Wim Trengove, additionally addressing the State, said Zuma had been raising old protests and connivances. 

NPA CONCERNED ABOUT CASE TIMING 

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) said it was focused on maintaining fair treatment and law and order and would survey the benefits of the charges against Downer in a goal way. 

The NPA said it noticed the charges were introduced while the matter was dependent upon legal assurance by the High Court in Pietermaritzburg and judgment was relied upon to be conveyed one week from now. 

The indicting authority likewise said it was stressed over the circumstance considering a forthcoming High Court judgment. 

NPA's representative Mthunzi Mhaga said: "We need to demonstrate that we hold Mr. Downer in high see as the NPA because, all through his profession as an examiner, he has held himself with respectability. In any case, we will permit the head of public arraignments in KwaZulu-Natal to manage the matter."

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