Thursday, October 11, 2012

Must watch

Last night, Campbell Live had a blistering piece on "the New Zealand institutions that broke our trust", exploring the background to the Kim Dotcom fiasco and looking at why the police and GCSB got it so wrong. In the process, they explore relations between the National government, the US, and Hollywood, which suggest a disturbing political quid pro quo: Dotcom's head was the price of John Key's White House photo-op. And the police went along with it because, in the words of a US source, "they're easy".

You can watch it here.