Dotcom's lawyer calls for extradition case to be dismissed after court rules New Zealand's GCSB illegally spied on Megaupload

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Dotcom's lawyer calls for extradition case to be dismissed after court rules New Zealand's GCSB illegally spied on Megaupload

Kim Dotcom claims the GCSB wasn't the only spy agency out to get him

Ira Rothken, Kim Dotcom's lawyer, has called for the extradition case against Dotcom to be dropped after the High Court in New Zealand ruled that he had been spied on illegally by the GCSB, New Zealand's...

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