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9/10/2012 10:21:52 p.m.
Nicky Hager needs to be listened to! Key is not just selling the land, he's selling our values and our privacy. Kiwi's are not stupid, It's almost comical how so many people knew the whole kim.com fiasco was a set up from the start. If the authorities were any good at their jobs they would have covered it up better. Clearly they either think NZ's are stupid or we breed stupid politicians. Got to say I'm never voting national again after this
8/10/2012 12:55:23 a.m.
To me, every legal person is off chasing a red herring about residency being applicable to privacy intrusion by a State agency. In order to spy on Finnish, German and Dutch citizens it must surely require authority from those States, and reason to do so, because none of those states are alien regimes. With at least one there is a criminal liability of 1 years jail. Conversely, Neazor is saying that it is perfectly alright to spy on any of us, for no reason, if we are outside the twelve-mile limit.
6/10/2012 12:03:10 p.m.
Paul Neazor has been misadvised that NZ residency status is an excuse. They are protected World wide by laws against intrusion of privacy, public peace and personal reputation by, at least, one home country. ("spying" "raids" "falsely claiming a criminal record exists")
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