The defence lawyer in a Hong Kong fraud case yesterday accused the Independent Commission Against Corruption and the prosecution of delaying the hearing. The trial of alleged fraudster Aaron Nattrass was moved to New Zealand to hear testimony from prosecution witness Tony Anisy. Mr Anisy, a former Hong Kong-based immigration officer for New Zealand, spent the day looking at some of the 146 files containing allegedly damning documents. 'It really is a pretty poor show,' Andrew Raffell said. 'We are miles, literally thousands of miles, away from admissible evidence. The ICAC had several years to look at all this. It should be simple.' District Court judge Duncan Kilgour told the prosecution to have the files 'tidied up' for today. The trial is due to last 10 days with nine other prosecution witnesses. Nattrass, 37, denies deception, forgery and fraud charges relating to his work in 1988 as a New Zealand immigration consultant. The court moved to Auckland because Mr Anisy, 52, was too ill to travel. The trial costs will soar after Judge Kilgour told both sides to hire local lawyers to settle legal disputes.