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A police investigation of the GCSB's illegal spying has not satisfied Opposition parties.
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3/10/2012 6:05:15 p.m.
"More Money Wasted"
Put you in the same boat and what would you want done. Dont' protect John Key when it is clear to all that he and another minister have done wrong by breaking the law.
I hope all the opposition party band together to force this issue as it is not all about Dot Com now it is what our Prime Minister has done. The Law is there for a reason. It does not excuse John key just because he is Prime Minister. He of all should know better.
If you think moneyis being wasted then blame John Key he is the cause of the money having to be spent.
Wake Up, don't keep your head in the sand.
3/10/2012 1:34:25 p.m.
more wasted money wrote:
yep lets waste money investigating our own government thats about votes not facts. A department mucked up it happens gdodgey dotcom is just trying to get attention off himself
3/10/2012 1:12:02 p.m.
Go hard David. Expose the corruption.
Mega personality Kim Dotcom has released previously unseen footage from the raids on his Coatesville mansion.
John Key is refusing to say if the spying system PRISM, exposed in the United States, is being used by our spies here.
Despite Key's denial, it's likely that spy agency the GCSB has access to the PRISM network, according to an expert.
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