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There's new evidence the Prime Minister was shown an image of Kim Dotcom during a briefing.
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6/10/2012 11:16:34 p.m.
Curiouser and curiouser!
4/10/2012 7:28:03 a.m.
On February 16th the Police informed the GCSB that the spying may have been illegal. Less than two weeks later, on the 29th of February, John Key gets briefed by the GCSB, with reference made to the Dotcom arrest in January. Yet no mention was made of the fact that questions had already been raised about the legality of the spying? Really? Conveniently, no written record was kept. And John Key has absolutely no memory of it. Considering the whole purpose of the GCSB is *national security*, John Key should be paying more attention during his briefings.
4/10/2012 3:07:42 a.m.
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