Thursday, October 30, 2014

Random Question?



It is alleged The fat fuck didnt disclose a traffic offense on his application for residency.
Reasonably serious travelling at 106 kph in a 50 kph zone.

Should we cancel his residency on the grounds of "failure to disclose",  can Immigration then force his removal to the US as a jurisdiction willing to take him?

Delicious eh.

5 comments:

Tinman said...

The Coatesville clown has been silent since election night.

Let him stay (on condition of continued silence) and send the Mana/IP traitors to jail in the US instead.

Psycho Milt said...

It's alleged by whom? And where?

The Veteran said...

PM .... errrrrrrrrrrrrrr. No allegation.
It's there on the form. Lied there and in Court. Spot the pattern.

Paulus said...

Minor offence in relation to the extradition for a perceived serious criminal offence as provided for in the US extradition case.
The Crim would love to have his case resurrected for the driving offence as he could delay everything for years - he blames Aussie Malcom, his immigration Agent, for this being overlooked ?? and lies to obfuscate and delay the more serious criminal case.

Leon said...

From today's NZ Herald:

Dotcom timeline


September 10, 2009:
Kim Dotcom is pulled over doing 149km/hr in a 50km/hr zone in Albany, on Auckland's North Shore.

September 14, 2009: Dotcom pleads guilty to dangerous driving through a letter presented by his lawyer to the North Shore District Court.

June 3, 2010: Dotcom signs his residency application, revealing two convictions wiped under Germany's clean slate law. He ticks "no" to having a "dangerous driving conviction".

November 1, 2010: Dotcom has residency granted for himself and his family.

Kim Dotcom's residency application

G14 Have you, or any member of your family members included in your application, ever been:

Convicted of an offence (including a driving offence) committed within the last five years, involving dangerous driving, driving having consumed excessive alcohol (including drunk driving with a blood or breath alcohol content in excess of a specified limit) or driving having consumed drugs?

[[ this section ticked "no"]]