Fran O’Sullivan has a brilliant column in the NZ Herald this morning excoriating Kim Dotcom.
Her column does rather raise an interesting question though…why are the Herald columnists (Glucina and O’Sullivan) the ones writing about Dotcom? Why not their “decent journalists, trained and skilled”?
Lawyer: “Are you the Fran O’Sullivan that tweets about Kim Dotcom? We’ve been wondering in here.”
I’ve tweeted only a handful of times about this would-be political Svengali who has yet to mesmerise enough New Zealanders to pose a real election threat to John Key’s Government.
But I found it rather amusing that the lawyers for this rather thin-skinned German national were monitoring his Twitter feed.
Surely a celebrity with 350,000 followers isn’t going to get upset over some minor pin-pricking of his ego? Or is Dotcom so wedded to his carefully crafted PR image and fawning reports of his activities that he can’t stand even some slight questioning of his motives?
Everything…EVERYTHING…about Kim Dotcom is a charade, a shell game or a hall of mirrors. He does not like the truth and seeks to suppress the truth using high paid lawyers…or more accurately lawyers with a large and growing WIP bill (Work In Progress) that remains unpaid. The partners meeting for the end of financial year could be interesting. The partners who opposed taking on Dotcom as a client will be both nervous and happy. Nervous because the new jetski, Range Rover or beach house is at risk and happy that they were right.¬† Read more »