Dotcom allowed to return to mansion
Tue, 29 May 2012 11:03a.m.
Piracy accused Kim Dotcom has been given permission to return to his $30 million mansion.
Bail conditions for the Megaupload founder were relaxed further when he and three other co-accused appeared in Auckland District Court today.
Dotcom, Finn Batato, Mathias Ortmann and Bram van der Kolk were granted bail variations they were seeking – giving them more freedom.
Judge David Harvey said Dotcom and his co-accused were less of a flight risk now and no longer needed to be electronically monitored.
Dotcom’s lawyer William Akel says he will still report regularly to the Northshore District Court, but the trio can now “start living normal lives”.
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30/05/2012 10:54:18 a.m.
'Andrew Harris'. Key only has two and doesn't need to brandish his about like Clark did with hers. Instead he uses more style and natural panache to be the successful leader he is, which is why Key was voted back in again last year at the expense of Labours demise.
29/05/2012 2:48:05 p.m.
Andrew Harris wrote:
I want to know when Key will grow some gonads and investigate Peter Marshall, this man has to go.
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