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The police are now investigating the Dotcom debacle, involving spies and the police.
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3/10/2012 9:51:24 a.m.
The problem with this of course is that it wont investigate how much John Key knew, whether Bill English and John Key had contact during his time in america or what other spy agencies were also involved and whether they reported to the Prime Minister before the time he said he knew about the matter.
3/10/2012 9:39:03 a.m.
A stunt? So was bending over to the US and coming in all heavy handed and underhanded on Dotcom. An enquiry is wanted by most kiwis. We are not impressed by any of the dodgy goings on of this saga whether National or Labour voters.
3/10/2012 9:14:05 a.m.
Should Dotcom be Finnish here is a guaranteed way to obtain independent police inquiry, Dr Norman: NB: Unofficial translation. Ministry of Justice,
Finland. The Criminal Code of Finland. Finnish law applies to an offence committed outside of Finland that has directed at a Finnish citizen. Chapter 24 -Offences against privacy, public peace and personal reputation Section 1 -Invasion of domestic premises. A person who unlawfully (1) enters domestic premises by force, stealth or
deception, or hides or stays in such premises, or (2) disturbs the
domestic privacy of another by making noise, throwing objects, making calls or in another comparable manner shall be sentenced for invasion of domestic premises to a fine or to imprisonment for at most six months. Section 2 -Aggravated invasion of domestic premises If, in the invasion of domestic premises, (1) the offender is equipped with a weapon or another instrument suitable for personal violence for the purpose of
committing the offence, or it is the evident intent of the offender or a participant to employ personal violence or cause damage to property, or (2) the victim of the offence has a valid reason to fear for his or her personal safety owing to threats pertaining to the offence, damage caused to property or the number of offenders or participants, and the
invasion of domestic premises is aggravated also when assessed as a
whole, the offender shall be sentenced for an aggravated invasion of domestic premises to a fine or to imprisonment for at most two years Section 5 -Eavesdropping (1) A person who unlawfully listens
to or records with a technical device (1) a discussion, talk or other sounds of private life, where these are not intended for his or her knowledge, and which occur or arise in domestic premises or (2) in secret in other than in domestic premises, talk that is not intended to his or her knowledge or to the knowledge of third parties in general, where the circumstances are such that the speaker has no reason to
believe that a third party is listening shall be sentenced for
eavesdropping to a fine or to imprisonment for at most one year. (2) An attempt is punishable. They also have a 2-year penalty for defamation
which would apply to everyone who has called him a thief and a criminal
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