Kirsty Johnson reports
The Government has lost its bid to keep its spy agency out of the Kim Dotcom legal battle, meaning it will have to appear in court and be sued alongside police.
A Court of Appeal judgment, released today, has also slammed the Crown for failing to follow proper procedure and has asked them to better co-operate with Dotcom’s lawyers so the case can be determined as “expeditiously” as possible.
Dotcon is ¬†just throwing as many legal spanners in the works as he can, and the last thing he is interested in is anything being dealt with “expeditiously”.
It is very much in his interest to delay his ¬†inevitable extradition by trying to delay and distract, be it with a public charm offensive or through the courts.
It seems the press have gone off him a bit over the last month or two. ¬†It is clear that his Paul Homes stunt backfired, and he hasn’t recovered from it, preferring to lie low in the mean time. ¬†
Can’t even see that stooge David Fisher being on the constant Kim Dotcom PR trail on behalf of his pay masters.
Whoops! ¬†Spoke too soon:
And 30 minutes later, he’s at it again
Ok, so I was wrong about David Sausage Fisher. ¬†He’s still¬†fellating the rotund super hero and his friends.
Not long after, the NZ Herald are piling into the Kim Dotcon Love Fest
Dotcon said he wouldn’t take the government to court.
But as per usual, we can only expect lies from him.
Dotcom decided to seek compensation for the breach in addition to his claim against police, who were found to have acted unlawfully during the raid on his Coatesville home.
Time for Dotcon to be extradited to face his accusers instead of playing legal¬†tiddlywinks with the NZ courts. ¬†He’s bleeding the tax payer in legal costs. ¬†And he can “sue for millions” all he likes, at best he won’t get more than what he fleeces from his Mega customers in a single day.
All he wants is to delay the inevitable. ¬†Go already.