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Wallace & Selwyn Manning – Zaoui Case IG's Hearing

KiwiFM Audio: Wallace & Selwyn Manning – Zaoui Case, Hearings Begin

  • KiwiFM Audio: Wallace Chapman and Selwyn Manning discuss how the Inspector General of Intelligence and Security begins a hearing to examine whether the SIS was correct in issuing a security risk certificate against Ahmed Zaoui.
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