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Why is the Media Party upset that someone who broke the law had a search warrant executed on them?

If you break the law then expect a visit from the constabulary.

It beggars belief that the Media Party is outraged that Police executed a search warrant on Heather du Plessis Allan.

It is quite simple. She allegedly broke the law, and then went on television to tell us all how great she was at breaking the law.

Worse still she claimed, along with other Media Party luvvies that breaking the law was justified because “public interest”.

That is exactly the same argument they used to justify the illegal hacking of my systems and attempting to destroy my business, my life, my reputation.

“Public Interest”.

Unfortunately they don’t get to claim that and they also don’t get to willy-nilly break the law. ? Read more »

Someone is very very worried.

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New Zealanders are a very generous lot. On charity sites such as Givealittle we help many different people and worthwhile causes.

It appears that many, many, New Zealanders thought that Independently wealthy Nicky Hager was one such worthwhile cause. The fact that he has made around $500,000 from his sales of the book ‘Dirty Politics’ doesn’t seem to affect their desire to help him financially.

I can’t help but wonder if two or three of the donations were rather large. I suspect there are two or three people in New Zealand who are rather concerned that if Rawshark is identified that the trail will lead back to them and their organisations.

Lets face it. If Hager expects us to trust him to read Cam’s stolen e-mails and only use what is in the Public Interest in order to make himself a not inconsequential chunk of change then SURELY he can trust the NZ Police to not reveal any information that they have to read in the search for information about the hacker Rawshark? Methinks the so called journalist protests too much. I suspect he has finally? realised that he was a pawn in a well planned and well executed Political hit. The people who used him knew how to reel him in and which buttons to push while keeping him ignorant of their agenda and who was really behind it all.

If he doesn’t fight the Police and the truth is finally revealed, his career and reputation will be destroyed in a spectacular fashion. In fact it will be so spectacular that I expect that it will be worthy of being made into a movie. Imagine… a book about dirty politics written by the pawn of a group of Black Op political operatives on a political mission to take down an extremely effective Political Operative on the other side of the Political spectrum. They use Dirty and criminal politics to frame him as being Dirty Politically in league with the government of the day.It was a plan so cunning you could pin a tail on it at call it a weasel!

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If you’re dodgy, don’t own a smartphone

 

via onlineincometeacher.com

via onlineincometeacher.com

Timothy B. Lee at Ars Technica reveals

The [US] courts have traditionally allowed the police to inspect any items a suspect is carrying when they arrest him or her. But in the past, the information the police could obtain in this fashion was fairly limited. The advent of the smartphone has changed all that. ? Read more »

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