Eric Holder Answers Question About Kim Dotcom Prosecution

Eric Holder Answers Question About Kim Dotcom Prosecution

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New Attorney General Eric Holder was in New Zealand for a meeting of Attorneys General from the US, New Zealand, Canada, Australia and the UK. Radio New Zealand got to meet up with Holder and after asking him about the meeting proceeded to ask him about the Megaupload case (mp3), which...
Eric Holder Answers Question About Kim Dotcom Prosecution
                                       

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