NZ spy agency op against Kim Dotcom’s associates ‘unlawful’ – High Court docs


Newly-released New Zealand High Court documents reveal that the Kiwi agency’s spying on foreigners in the FBI-led Megaupload investigation was found to be unlawful. Kim Dotcom team’s lawyers argue the illegal spying makes the entire extradition case void. Read Full Article at RT.com

RT dot com - Sat, 26 Aug 2017 02:30:09 +0000

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