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Inside The Hunt For Rawshark - Hager Raid Court File Part 2

Inside The Hunt For Rawshark - The Hager Raid Court File Part 2

Scoop Independent News has secured access to the court file for the Nicky Hager Rawshark Raid Case and today publishes partially redacted versions a second group of documents released by the High Court.

KEB [Key Evidence Bundle] Vol 1 (Applicant's Affidavits)
KEB Vol 2 (Respondents Affidavits)
KEB Vol 3 (Unbundled Exhibits)
KEB Vol 4 Part 1 A (Key Police Disclosure)
KEB Vol 4 Part 1 B
KEB Vol 4 Part 1 C
KEB Vol 4 Part 2
KEB Vol 4 Part 3

An earlier release of files can be found here, including submissions from the Respondents and the Defence, a timeline, and affidavits from David Fisher, Bryce Edwards, and Seymour Hersh.

Other trial coverage:

Handling of Slater Gripe Stunned Cop


NZ Herald Story by David Fisher Published In Auckland Print Editions 14/11/2015




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