That appears to be the message the Judiciary is keen to send to anyone with independent thought, with this baffling indictment of Prof Ndulo. How soon will it be before the Judiciary foolishly begin to indict every journalist or blogger? If the treatment of Prof Ndulo is anything to go by, it won't be too long. There of course remains the question of the practicality of serving summons to anyone abroad who disagrees with a given court's handling of critical issues. There's no jury involved, so why people should not feel free to comment on matters before the court is difficult to fathom. The Judiciary may pretend to be independent from the Executive but it should remember that it serves at the Zambian society's pleasure. As such it is the job of each and every Zambian, at home and abroad, to hold it to account. It is a sad sight when the tools of the justice become tools of oppression, as it now appears to be case. Let freedom reign.