Fri, 29 Jun 2012 6:18p.m.
Lawyers for Kim Dotcom will in the next few hours ask a US judge to throw out the case against the internet entrepreneur.
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2/07/2012 10:22:21 a.m.
John Key quoted 'Im just not the legal expert' 'Thats for the others to determine how the interpret the law and make sure they follow it correctly.John Key the National Government has no skills in these fields shouldn't be elected as a Prime Minister, just look at the state of this the country since he was elected, an inexperience and no wonder that our country is in a enormous hactic disasters, just look at the diaster with the Dotcom's Mansion and his files.. Key would run a ship underground if he doesn't have the skill of a captain, the people of this country are suffered eneough over his unskilled actions..
30/06/2012 3:11:15 p.m.
James Lochead wrote:
I thought the risk assessment for armed officers to be used was. “Is it reasonable to assume, could a police officer could lose an arm or a leg?”
I’m still trying to work out something. He used to drive quite easily recognisable cars with number plates like “god” etc. would a routine traffic stop be much, much more cost effective?
Do the police use firearms officer and helicopters to raid Cannabis growers or meth labs routinely. They are prone to violence but firearms officer don’t appear routine in these circumstances. New Zealand police are not routinely armed and Kim Dotcom does not appear prone to violent out bursts.
I still find it difficult to swallow… you can use the wrong document to cease assets, not allowing them chance to defend themselves. It appears the withholding of payments is a tactic of wait till they run out of money… then can no longer fight and are forced to fold.
Also the Police and FBI agents are they likely to face charges of breaching a court ruling, the police were to keep control over the hard drives?
I also have a problem with collecting evidence and then withholding it to prevent a defence against it. It happened to me HRRT ruling, its not nice fighting blind against withheld documents.
30/06/2012 3:03:56 p.m.
What ever the story is here, tax payers are paying for this fiasco. I would personally rather be paying for kids free lunches than this debacle
John Banks has appeared in court over his failure to properly report donations to his mayoral campaign.
Patrick Gower says Mr Horomia's role as chief of the Maori caucus within Labour is likely to be picked up by Shane Jones.
While 48 percent of voters say Dotcom should stay, almost as many – 42 percent – say he should go.
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