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  • Ex-govt lawyer told to bury bad news

    Ex-govt lawyer told to bury bad news




    A former high-ranking Customs lawyer says he resigned from his job after allegedly being told to bury information that could embarrass the Government.
    Curtis Gregorash said he was told by senior Customs executives to refuse Official Information Act and Privacy Act requests, which he believed was at the direction of former Customs Minister Maurice Williamson.

    It comes at a time the Prime Minister's office is under inquiry over the release of intelligence material
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  • Police decision not to prosecute John Banks leads to IPCA complaint

    Police decision not to prosecute John Banks leads to IPCA complaint

    Wellington author Roger Brookings has filed an Independent Police Complaints Authority (IPCA) complaint against the Police for failing to prosecute John Banks after retired accountant Graham Mc Cready took a private prosecution leading to Mr Banks being committed to trial for electoral fraud.
    Mr Brookings also raises the issue of obstruction of justice by the Police for blocking access to Police files, particularly Banks' police statement on the spurious grounds of privacy when in fa...
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  • Dotcom summoned to give evidence against John Banks

    Dotcom summoned to give evidence against John Banks


    Judge Edwin Paul of the Auckland District Court has made an Oral Evidence Order requiring Kim Dotcom. body guard Wayne Temparo,lawyer Gregory Towers and the CEO of Sky Tower Casino Nigel Morrison, to appear before the Auckland District Court at to give evidence against the Honorable John Banks.

    The next hearing date on 16 September will set a timetable for the proceedings to establish whether or not there is prima facie evidence that Mr Banks knowingly filed a false Local
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  • Police have to return material to Dotcom

    Police have to return material to Dotcom



    Kim Dotcom has secured another victory as he fights extradition to the United States.In a decision released today, Justice Winkelmann says police need to return items they seized in the raid on the internet tycoon's Coatesville mansion.


    Anything ruled irrelevant to the internet piracy case has to be returned to Megaupload founder Dotcom and police have to contact their counterparts in the United States and ask that they delete any irrelevant information. ...
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