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Opposition parties say Justice Neazor's inquiry into the GCSB's illegal spying was "a whitewash".
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29/09/2012 4:31:57 p.m.
@ Jane: Even if Dotcom has committed an extraditable offence, that doesn't give the GCSB or Police a free pass on the laws they have broken. Everyone is accountable for their wrongdoing. The same goes for Dotcom; managing to find fault with the GCSB and Police should not get him off the hook if he's committed an extraditable offence.
29/09/2012 8:00:21 a.m.
iron side wrote:
Key needs the big Teletubbie Bye Bye
29/09/2012 7:59:07 a.m.
tin man wrote:
Key takes his foot out of his mouth only long enough to shoot himself in said foot.
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