Who tried to buy off the Maori Party?

Someone tried to buy off the Maori Party at last years election.

It looks like it was Labour and not National using Bagmen to finance or orchestrate a result in the General Election. We know it was a Labour supporter, because they wanted the Maori Party to support Labour.

We also know the same person who Tariana Turia will not name was also a large donor to the Labour Party.

So who is it?

Well a quick perusal of Labour's published donor list show it could be one of these fellows;

  • Lim Nam Chhour $10,008
  • Owen Glenn $300,000
  • Anonymous $25,000
  • Anonymous $50,000
  • Anonymous $40,000
  • Anonymous $40,000
  • Anonymous $20,000
  • Anonymous $50,000
  • Anonymous $20,000
  • Anonymous $70,000

So which one of Labour's anonymous donors was trying to subvert the election? More corruption instigated by Labour me thinks.

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