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Letter Sent To Ron Mark Re SFO


Letter Sent To Ron Mark Re SFO


Scoop Note: After an interview on Radio NZ with Sean Plunket this morning New Zealand First MP Ron Mark has released to media a letter he considers was written by a member of the Serious Fraud office disgruntled that he [Mr Mark] voted to disband the SFO. At present Mr Mark's party leader Winston Peters is being investigated by the SFO.


Read the letter:

  • Letter To Ron Mark

  • Envelope
  • ENDS


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