Fri, 12 Oct 2012 6:04p.m.
The Kim Dotcom spy saga just keeps getting messier for the GCSB and our politicians.
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17/10/2012 7:14:11 p.m.
kathy sums it well.Surely a security professional would have video security. this reaks of fowl play.key is financially wealthy but morally bankrupt
15/10/2012 10:36:07 a.m.
Mr Shearer. If your whistle-blowers could find evidence of surveillance of Megaupload directors this year, particularly interception of communication with lawyers, that would certainly shift things away from Planet Key and into reality. With Paul Davison after him I would imagine Keynocchio would be wanting to flit off to Hollywood permanently, if he could leave the country
14/10/2012 10:21:21 p.m.
Paul Callahan wrote:
Justice Minister visits the USA - "During a week-long stay, Ms Collins will discuss "a range of justice policy issues" with top echelon legal figures in the United States" - In other words; servant races to it's masters explaining why he dropped the plate and begging his master to get his finger out of the NZ echelon pie before anyone notices.
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