Citizen A: Martyn Bradbury, Chris Trotter & David Slack On Dunne + PRISM + GI Evictions

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In this week’s Citizen A Martyn Bradbury, Chris Trotter and David Slack debate why Labour and the Greens are clobbering Peter Dunne as hard as they can – shouldn’t Dunne be given some slack for assisting a journalist to report on a matter of huge public interest?

In this week’s Citizen A Martyn Bradbury, Chris Trotter and David Slack debate why Labour and the Greens are clobbering Peter Dunne as hard as they can – shouldn’t Dunne be given some slack for assisting a journalist to report on a matter of huge public interest?

Also discussed, has the GCSB been interacting with the United States spy system PRISM?

And what’s the state of Auckland’s Unitary Plan and are evictions being planned for state house tenants in Glenn Innes?

Citizen A broadcasts weekly on Face TV and webcasts on The Daily Blog.

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3 Comments

  1. blue says:

    stroking the cat! what a great analogy.
    nEoconservatism=Metadata/high frequenCy trading2

  2. “You know things are bad when a whistleblower has to run from the United States to the freedom of China…”

    Indeed. The same thought crossed my mind as I watched the Snowden Affair unravel…

  3. Karl says:

    Wow, 8 law enforcement intelligence units I had previously never heard of, yet their is still no dedicated anti-corruption unit in NZ, unlike other developed countries. I suggest a new anti-corruption unit could be called the Banksie wishy washy declaration that authorities don’t bother taking action on, unit.