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An increasingly stressed David Shearer now faces serious questions himself over the GCSB recording claim.
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21/10/2012 9:25:51 a.m.
Fair NZER wrote:
With Mr Shearer really did struggle to explain himself today, Labour really need to look for a more capable leader, say Ms Ardern, who can handle John Key.....no ifs or buts.
17/10/2012 3:24:07 p.m.
In no way has Mr Shearer's claim "backfired", as Len May has pointed out. As usually happens, despite acting unlawfully (committing crimes) high-flying lawyers like David Collins and the Acting Director of the Government Communications Security Bureau will be covered without moral purpose until someone with moral dignity stands up and proclaims he has heard an "orchestrated litany of lies". Mistakes don't mitigate and are not believable, particularly when this guy helped draft the GCSB Act
17/10/2012 9:59:00 a.m.
In my opinion it will be highly unlikely that espionage ceased when Neazor was told it did. As soon as the Court allowed the Megaupload four access to the internet again the FBI would have been keen to read every email and listen to every conversation. If protected communication with lawyers have been intercepted that not only would blow a spy agency out of the water, but the case against megaupload.com as well. Mr Shearer and David Parker may raise such issues in Parliament without fear of reprisal against any informant under the GCSB Act or similar. The existence of such interception on behalf of a foreign regime would amount to nothing less than treason by traitors to New Zealand laws and process
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