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Today John Key was forced to admit that his GCSB spies had told him they were involved in Dotcom raid earlier than he said they had.
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9/10/2012 9:04:56 p.m.
Just Me wrote:
I don't think John Key should call it "misinformaiton". I would more likely call it typical Banksie style "selective amensia/memory loss".
Birds of a feather flock together especially when it comes to the memory stakes.
8/10/2012 6:10:31 p.m.
Somebody arrest that man
8/10/2012 8:58:04 a.m.
@Gary with a bit of luck John Key may have forgotten the way back to his office
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