The SFO has released details of their investigation into Dotcom’s fake email he tried to shill to media before the last election.
The email which Kim Dotcom claimed was proof of a conspiracy against him is a forgery, the Serious Fraud Office has said.
The Herald can today report for the first time that the SFO investigated the email, which emerged on the eve of the 2014 election claiming then-Prime Minister John Key was involved in a conspiracy to get Dotcom.
It is also a definite statement rejecting any possibility the email is genuine.
In a statement, the SFO said: “The SFO confirms that it carried out an investigation into this matter. As a result of that investigation, the SFO is satisfied that the email was a forgery.”
Dotcom said today that he still believed the email to be genuine and was surprised the SFO was able to be so definite.
“I believe the email to be real,” he said.
Believe what you like Fatty, and by all means keep on shilling stories to David ‘Anal’ Fisher.
This is all just part of the Media party helping to publicise his stupid movie.