Monday, August 25, 2014

More dirty money in Mega

Following on from my old mate Adolf's post below, comes this beauty:
Kim Dotcom says he had no idea there were questions over money invested in the filesharing website Mega by another shareholder facing scrutiny from police.

It has emerged today that William Yan, who is also known as Bill Liu, has had shares totaling 18.8% of Mega, the encrypted filesharing site Dotcom masterminded into existence.

The shares were among millions of dollars in asset seized by police in a raid on the exclusive Metropolis building in Auckland during an investigation into allegations of money laundering. Mr Yan is not facing any criminal charges and Dotcom is not connected to the investigation.
In case dear readers had forgotten, Bill Liu has his own murky history explained by Lord Farrar here.

Words escape me.

This is the most unbelievable election I can recall for a very long time. And it is far from over.

1 comment:

Angry Tory said...

As various people have pointed out - if NZ adopted even Fiji's electoral laws - the only parties contesting this election would be National, Conservatives & ACT.

An Independent Commission against Labour & Union corruption is needed more than ever.