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'Plan B' to get Dotcom out of New Zealand drags on for 29 months

New Zealand Herald Monday, 20 March 2017
'Plan B' to get Dotcom out of New Zealand drags on for 29 monthsAn inquiry into deporting Kim Dotcom has been underway for 29 months and is set to be the longest, most drawn out investigation of its type.It's a different potential exit from New Zealand than the extradition process in which he...
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