Bradley Ambrose or is it White?

Stuff has published background details of Bradley Ambrose who apparently used to be Bradley White, who is an ex-cop and likes to hang out with white supremacists:

The cameraman responsible for the teacup tape is a former police constable who was suspended from the force while connections with a militia leader were investigated.

Bradley Ambrose, formerly known as Brad White, was investigated by police in 2000 for his connection with Kelvyn Alp, an ex-soldier who was reportedly trying to recruit a private army to oppose the government. Ambrose returned to police work after the investigation but subsequently left the force.

Now a freelance cameraman and storm chaser, Ambrose is again the subject of a police investigation; Prime Minister John Key complained after Ambrose recorded a conversation he had with Act candidate John Banks during a symbolic pre-election cup of tea in Newmarket last week. Ambrose has said he didn’t intentionally record the conversation and had simply left his mic in a pouch on the table.

The police suspension occurred in 2000 after items that allegedly belonged to White were found during a raid of Alp’s Mangere home. Alp was reportedly trying to recruit a private army to oppose the government at the time.


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