A High Court judge has ruled that police search warrants used to seize property from Kim Dotcom were illegal.
I wouldn't have picked this. The raids were completely over the top and a blight on this country's systems and sovereignty. But I would have thought the police at the very least, would have obtained proper warrants.
Unless this decision is overturned, the case fails completely because the evidence gathered is inadmissable. I actually don't think that's a concern for the FBI; they have what they want - all his data. And now they have it back in the USA.
I wonder if blogger Inventory2 will now retract his call for Dotcom to be removed from this country? It seems some very senior state agents should be removed before Dotcom is.
Gower asks why Cunliffe is scared of Dotcom?
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