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Multimedia: Winston Peters Responds To Owen Glenn

Scoop Audio + Photos + Video: Winston Peters Evidence To Privileges Committee - 10 September 2008


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NZ Foreign Minister Winston Peters responds to questions from National MP Gerry Brownlee See more images below

  • Scoop Video: Video on Demand of Foreign Minister (currently suspended from duties) Winston Peters on the subject of business tycoon Owen Glenn's evidence relating to his $100,000 donation towards the legal costs of Winston's 2005 election petition in Tauranga. A statement from Winston Peters (Part 1) is followed by a lengthy cross examination by committee members (Part 2). In summary Winston Peters accuses Mr Glenn of being mistaken and delivering evidence against him which is incorrect and upon which he has been coached.

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  • Scoop Audio (Approx 90 mins): Audio on Demand of Foreign Minister (currently suspended from duties) Winston Peters on the subject of business tycoon Owen Glenn's evidence relating to his $100,000 donation towards the legal costs of Winston's 2005 election petition in Tauranga. A statement from Winston Peters is followed by a lengthy cross examination by committee members. Winston accuses Mr Glenn of being mistaken and delivering evidence against him which has been coached. In summary Winston Peters accuses Mr Glenn of being mistaken and delivering evidence against him which is incorrect and upon which he has been coached.

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  • Scoop Audio: Audio on Demand of ACT Leader Rodney Hide in a standup with media discussing Foreign Minister (currently suspended from duties) Winston Peters evidence to the Privileges Select Committee.

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