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Kim Dotcom And The GCSB's Illegal Spying: Court Documents

Kim Dotcom And The GCSB's Illegal Spying: Court Files

Full court documents relating to surveillance of Kim Dotcom and others by the New Zealand GCSB, conducted prior to the police raid on Dotcom's home, part of international action to shut down Dotcom's Megaupload website.

As Dotcom, Bram van der Kolk, their families were NZ residents, GCSB involvement was illegal. This was admitted when the affair was made public in September 2012.

Earlier summaries of some of the affidavit information are available on Scoop. See Dotcom Affidavits: GCSB, Police And 7-Month Coverup and Kim Dotcom Illegal Surveillance And Response: Timeline.

Copies of the documents have also been uploaded to Mega.co.nz.

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GCSB (Government Communications Security Bureau) Affidavits:
Affidavit of 17 September 2012 Affidavit_of_17_September_2012.pdf
Affidavit of 22 October 2012 Affidavit_of_22_October_2012.pdf
Affidavit of Disclosure AFFIDAVIT_OF_DISCLOSURE.pdf

Kim Dotcom Affidavits:
Affidavit of Kim Dotcom Affidavit_of_Kim_Dotcom.pdf

Grant Wormald of OFCANZ (Organised and Finanical Crime Agency of NZ):
Affidavit of Wormald Part 1 AFFIDAVIT_OF_WORMALD_PT_1.pdf
Affidavit of Wormald Part 2 AFFIDAVIT_OF_WORMALD_PT_2.pdf
Affidavit of Wormald Part 3 AFFIDAVIT_OF_WORMALD_PT_3.pdf
Affidavit of Wormald Part 4 AFFIDAVIT_OF_WORMALD_PT_4.pdf
Affidavit of Wormald Part 5 AFFIDAVIT_OF_WORMALD_PT_5.pdf
Affidavit of Wormald Part 6 AFFIDAVIT_OF_WORMALD_PT_6.pdf
Affidavit of Wormald Part 7 AFFIDVIT_OF_WORMALD_PT_7.pdf
Affidavit of Wormald final AFFIDAVIT_OF_WORMALD_final.pdf

Court minute on redactions:
Minute of O'Regan P Minute_of_ORegan_P.pdf

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