There are people who have bet their professional reputations on Dotcom’s dog and pony show. ¬†I bet this was typed through tears of impotent rage. ¬†Says David Fisher
Kim Dotcom turned up empty-handed for his own Moment of Truth.
He had claimed for almost three years he could prove John Key had lied in relation to his copyright case.
Last night, at the show he had organised, he proved nothing and presented no evidence.
Under the bus he goes. ¬†Whether you believe Tainted Fisher was bought or simply a fanboi, either way, Kim Dotcom has ¬†left him, like everyone else, used and destroyed, in his wake
when asked about the failure to produce his promised evidence, the tycoon turned angry and told the media they were failing at their jobs.
A rare moment when Kim Dotcom and I agree. ¬†I do believe media have failed at their jobs. ¬†They’ve allowed this farce legitimacy for too long. ¬† On purpose? ¬†Bedazzled? ¬† Bought?
Or simply the lust of using Dotcom to bring down one of the most popular National governments ever? ¬† Read more »