Yes, that's the right word.
Most of the people who I'm seeing here arguing for his prosecution evoke the image of a fired-up mob spoiling for the spectacle of a public execution. The irony is that they accuse his allies of being prejudiced towards him because he's famous, while failing to see that they're the ones with the prejudice... that is, deep down they just want to see someone up on high brought down low, because of envy. It isn't about justice, they're mad and they just want the social status equivalent of blood.
The rest of them evoke the image of those people who worked in an office that told me I needed to wait until they got the request forms for request forms so I could request what I needed, even though they had boxes of the thing I needed piling up behind them, and completely failed to see anything absurd or humorous in the situation.
In a sense, I'd say that this isn't really justice. First, Roman raped her, made her go through a process against her will that wasn't in her best interests. Now, the justice system is metaphorically raping her, making her go through yet another process against her will that isn't in her best interests.
It seems to me like it's only "justice" in a very penal, procedural sense. It seems like the only interest being served here is the court or judge's ego. I mean, some judge or prosecutor probably wants to be known as the guy who tried Roman Polanski, a person who stands up for the little guy and isn't intimidated by money or fame. May even be seeking political office.