Members of the Judicial Service Workers Association who work directly under the thirty four (34) Judges fingered in the massive corruption scandal that has been uncovered in Ghana’s Judiciary are sitting on tenterhooks as they don’t know what their fate will be after the exposé, can confirm.

The workers who have ran all sorts of errands on behalf of the accused Judges fear they might have been caught on camera transacting some of these shady deals.

The Judicial council has moved swiftly to crack the whip on 22 Judges and magistrates who were cited in the latest corruption scandal by suspending them.

Also the process of determining whether there is a prima facie case against 12 High Court Judges has been initiated by the Lady chief Justice, Georgina Theodora Wood.

All 34 Judges implicated in Anas’ corruption exposé appeared today with their Lawyers in the ongoing process by the Chief Justice to establish a prima facie case against the judges.

The judges named in the scandal are being made to watch the documentary filed by the International Investigative journalist.

Meanwhile it is reported that the lawyers of the Judges are making a strong case to have the petitioner (Anas Aremeyaw Anas) sit in the process  so he could be interrogated as their clients watch the video.