February 5, 2014

SPYING: New Zealand Spy Agency Deleted Evidence About Its Illegal Spying On Kim Dotcom. This was at the behest of the U.S. government, of course. ” As you know by now, the New Zealand equivalent of the NSA, the GCSB, illegally spied on Kim Dotcom and other New Zealand residents and citizens — and the New Zealand government then decided to try to hide that. While the police agreed that the spying was illegal, they declined to do anything about it, so Dotcom sued the government himself. The latest news in this: GCSB appears to have deleted key evidence in the case in a hamfisted attempt to cover up its illegal activities. Even more ridiculous, GCSB is trying to cover this up by claiming that the material had ‘aged off’ — implying that it was deleted automatically.”